Job Announcement - Environment - Anguilla
- ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE POST OF A NATIONAL UNITED NATIONS VOLUNTEER (NUNV) ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
THE ENVIRONMENT UNIT
CHIEF MINISTER’S OFFICE
GOVERNMENT OF ANGUILLA
A National United Nations Volunteer (NUNV) Environmental Management Specialist, is required to assume a two-year assignment
with the Ministry of Home Affairs, Natural Resources and Tourism, Anguilla. This initiative is being conducted through
collaboration among the offices of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the United Nations Volunteer (UNV)
Programme, and the Secretariat of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS).
All applicants should have a University degree from a reputable university. An advanced degree and five years experience in
the public awareness building and education will be an asset. Applicants are expected to have skills in public awareness
building, project management – proposal development, reporting, community liaison facilitation, a sound knowledge of
conservation environmental issues relating to Anguilla, experience in conservation education, familiarization with regional
environmental projects (GEF/SGP, Small Grants, GEF programming), business skills would also be an asset and programme
management skills. Additionally good oral and written communication skills in English, willingness to learn, flexibility and
perseverance, relates well to others despite personal beliefs, religious affiliations, race and gender, affinity with
community development and volunteerism.
Please send applications and Curriculum Vitae to reach Mr. Rodney M. Rey, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs,
Natural Resources and Tourism, P.O. Box 60, The Secretariat, The Valley, Anguilla, by April 12th, 2005. Email can be sent
to Mr. Rey's attention at chief-minister@...
Qualified retirees are also encouraged to apply.
For further information on the United Nations Volunteers, please visit www.unvolunteers.org
Please note that this is a volunteer position. It includes a stipend of US$1300 a month. Qualified non-Anguillians are
also encouraged to apply. This should be a wide-ranging, very interesting position. Bob Conrich