Environment and Natural Resources Coordination Specialist – Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

  • Permanent
  • Zimbabwe

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Tasks and responsibilities

  •  Support the delivery of the Zimbabwe Country Programme Framework focusing on sustainable management of natural resources and environmental protection
  •  Provide technical leadership to all projects with a focus on Environment and Natural resources management in the Zimbabwe country office throughout the project cycle, including formulation and implementation and monitoring of work plans.
  •  Facilitate dialogue between FAO, government officials, partners and relevant stakeholders at all levels to ensure timely implementation of project activities.
  •  Represent and show FAO leadership on environment and natural resources management at different forums
  •  Prepare timely thematic reports for the programme of work as required by various stakeholders (donors, Government, FAO units).
  •  Participate in the identification, and mobilization of resources required to meet CPF targets
  •  Coordinate the identification, development and implementation of relevant policies and strategies as prioritized as well as monitor changes in relevant national policies.

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  •  Identify and implement opportunities to integrate on environment and natural resources management into other projects and identify opportunities to create synergies
  •  Perform other duties as required

CANDIDATES WILL BE ASSESSED AGAINST THE FOLLOWING

Minimum Requirements

  •  Advanced university degree in Development Studies/ Natural Resources and Environmental Economics, Project Management or related discipline
  •  7 years of relevant experience in project coordination and support
  •  Working knowledge (Level C) of English
  •  National of Zimbabwe

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