WorldFish Lead Climate Change and Environmental Assessments Jobs 2022 – Zambia Jobs. WorldFish Zambia looking for “Lead Climate Change and Environmental Assessments”. Applicants with A PhD in climate change and environment may apply on or before 30 September 2022.
WorldFish Lead Climate Change and Environmental Assessments Jobs 2022
The WorldFish has published a job vacancy announcement on 10 September 2022 for qualified Zambia’s to fill in the vacant post of Lead Climate Change and Environmental Assessments to be based in Lusaka, Zambia.
|Position||Lead Climate Change and Environmental Assessments|
|Total Vacant Post||N/A|
|Qualification||PhD in climate change and environment|
|Experience Required||Experience in studying fish feeds in low-income countries.|
|Application Deadline||30 September 2022|
WorldFish Job Vacancy 2022
Budget: Applicants should indicate overall budget. This should include indication of fees/ per day rates of individuals involved, and any other expenses.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Lead the climate change and environment work in the FASA project.
- Develop research proposal and protocols for climate change and environment work in the FASA project.
- Recruit and manage three local climate change and environment specialists working part-time in Nigeria, Zambia and Kenya.
- Design and conduct life cycle assessments on ingredients and fish feeds in Nigeria, Zambia and Kenya.
- Publish technical, scientific and outreach articles.
- Work collaboratively with the Project Leader based at the HQ in Malaysia.
- Develop productive partnerships to further climate change and environment work in Nigeria, Zambia and Kenya, through key international and national research institutes and universities.
- Build productive relations with investors and development partners from public and private sectors for scaling out climate change and environment results.
- Plan, organize, execute and report on project.
- Staff member with PhD in climate change and environment as it relates to agriculture/ aquaculture and in-depth technical training in the area of life cycle assessment.
- A strong track record of high-quality climate change and environment analysis and outputs in agriculture/ aquaculture and/ or fisheries. Preferably, also experience in studying fish feeds in low-income countries.
- Climate change and environment in MEL design and delivery, assessments, data analysis, visualization, knowledge management, capacity building, and/or training.
- All official project communication will be in English. Excellent proficiency of spoken and written English from assigned project team.
- Ability to work with interdisciplinary research teams, linking own expertise to other fields, including human nutrition, value chains, gender and social inclusion, scaling and fish nutrition fields.
- Ability to manage research projects.
- Proven experience implementing research and development projects/activities in Africa.
- Experience with agriculture/aquaculture science and development.
- Proven competency with designing intersectional climate change and environmental methodologies in Africa.
- Experience with life cycle assessment methods and designing, collecting and analyzing qualitative and quantitative data.
- Preferably, experience with agriculture/ animal/ aquaculture/ fish feed production studies.
- Experience with working with rural communities in developing countries.
- Proven competency with the dissemination of scientific and technical knowledge products, including a record of publication in Scopus-listed journals.
- Demonstrable experience in subcontracting enumerators with climate change and environment expertise and supervising staff.
- Contract Type: Full Time
- Selection Process: Interview
- Salary: negotiable
- Application Process: Online
How to Apply WorldFish Lead Climate Change and Environmental Assessments Jobs 2022
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The Closing Date: 30 September 2022
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.
WorldFish is an international, non-for-profit research organization that works to reduce hunger, malnutrition and poverty by improving fisheries and aquaculture. With a 45-years track record of leading-edge science, WorldFish generates research evidence and innovations to inform sustainable practices and inclusive policies that enable better livelihoods and healthier diets for millions of poor people, particularly women, who depend on fish for food, nutrition and income. WorldFish is a member of CGIAR , the world’s largest global partnership on agriculture research and innovation for a food secure future. Headquartered in Penang, Malaysia and with regional offices across Africa, Asia and the Pacific, WorldFish leads the cross-disciplinary CGIAR Research Program (CRP) on Fish Agri-Food Systems (FISH).