Jobs with International Centre for Environment Management (ICEM)



ICEM  - the International Centre for Environment Management was established in 1999 to help governments and communities build capacity in the sustainable use of natural resources and maintenance of environmental quality. ICEM works in Asia, especially the Mekong countries, and focuses on climate change, water resources, biodiversity conservation and integrated assessments. ICEM seeks to integrate environmental concerns with development through spatial planning, socio-economic analysis and environmental assessment tools. The centre draws from an active network of experts and organizations, nationally and internationally, and in public and private sectors in forging partnerships to address critical conservation and development issues.

Current Vacancies

ICEM is seeking to employ two international staff members on two-year renewable contracts. Applicants should have academic qualifications in engineering or science and experience in any of the following fields:
1. Climate change
2. Water resources management
3. Environmental assessment
4. Environmental and ecological economics
5. Integrated natural resource management
6. Biodiversity conservation
7. Energy efficiency
8. GIS, modeling and spatial analysis

Interested professionals should have a master's degree or doctorate and at least five years relevant working experience. Applicants should be fluent in English (preferably native speakers) with excellent writing and presentation skills and advanced computer software skills with MS office. One appointee will be based in Hanoi and the second in Yangon following initial orientation in Hanoi.

Please send through a cover letter and updated CV with contact details of two references to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Applications close on 7 July 2018.

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