Job advertisement ogoniland environmental survey project
the united nations development programme (undp) and united nations
in order to undertake the project, the united nations will set up a field implementation office in port harcourt.
the project is currently recruiting the following staff on staff on service contracts to be based in port harcourt.
1. technical assistants (8 positions)
graduates in science (preferably chemistry), with a minimum of five years of work experience. experience at the field level in a drilling and sampling capacity, as well as familiarity with contamination analysis within accredited laboratories will be seen as an asset
2. administrative staff (4 positions)
graduates, with qualifications in any of the following areas (hr, procurement, contracting, administration). at least 5 years experience in office administration and clerical management.
3. drivers (5 positions)
suitably qualified drivers with at least 5 years of driving experience, with a valid driving license. experience with driving 4 wd in the niger delta area, including in difficult terrains will be seen as an advantage. former experience for working for international organizations will also constitute an asset.
1. these positions are open only to candidates from nigeria.
2. women and candidates from ogoniland are strongly encouraged to apply.
3. this is a field based project. good physical strength to work in a labour intensive environment is mandatory for the technical assistant positions and drivers.
note: this is a re-advertisement; applicants that previously applied for these positions are strongly encouraged to re-apply.
duration of appointment: 12 months, extendable
interested and qualified candidates should log on to:
to fill and submit the standard application form. or send a complete cv along with a covering letter by post to:
environmental survey of ogoniland project
room number a 06
plot 617/618 diplomatic zone
central business district
pmb 2851 garki
only short listed candidates will be contacted.
deadline: friday 20 march 2009