Aug 232017

Organization: Agriconsulting Europe S.A.
Country: Viet Nam
Closing date: 06 Sep 2017

Agriconsulting Europe SA (AESA) has been shortlisted on the WB project in Vietnam called: Mekong delta integrated climate resilience and sustainable livelihoods project.

we are looking for the Vietnamese national Irrigation expertDeputy team leader full time: Have Master degree or higher in the field of water resources management/ irrigation; have at least 15 years of relevant experience in designing and implementing irrigation project of integrated water resources management in Mekong Delta; have experience in similar position in at least 3 project or for 10 years; have experience in leadership, coordination and efficient management of resources (both time and quality) of a multi-profession team in complex projects; have proficient English skills, good office computer skills and composing reports.

Tentative time of project is 12/2017 – 12/2022

How to apply:

IInterested candidates who meet the above requirements please send your updated CV to Mrs. Dorota Oszlanyiova:

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted back.

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