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GIZ Office Vientiane

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  • Coordinator Provincial People’s Assemblies (CPPA) JOB VACANCY Coordinator Provincial People’s Assemblies (CPPA) As a federal enterprise, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. On behalf of the German Government, GIZ currently is implementing a large number of projects in Lao PDR in two priority areas: rural development and sustainable economic development. For further information, please visit www.giz.de/laos. The Citizen Engagement for Good Governance, Accountability and Rule of Law (CEGGA) as part of the LaoGerman Development Cooperation and commissioned by European Union, German Development Cooperation and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation is currently seeking one qualified Laotian candidate for the position of Rule of Coordinator Provincial People’s Assemblies (CPPA)Starting Date: As soon as possible Duration of Assignment: one year contract with possible extensions Work Location: Vientiane CapitalResponsibilities: The position holder is responsible for:liaising with and assisting the National Assembly’s Secretariat for International Cooperation and Project Management (ICPMS) in its mandate of processing support requests from Provincial People’s Assemblies (PPAs), coordinating development partner contributions, ensuring division of labour, and enhancing the results orientation, monitoring and reporting;coordinating CEGGA activities with the PPAs that aim at enhancing the PPAs’ parliamentary representative, legislative and oversight functions;closely coordinating with the CEGGA Programme Director and the CEGGA SO2 Coordinator National Assembly (CCNA) who is responsible for facilitating activities in support of National Assembly Committees, Departments and organisational units.Main tasks: assist the Head of ICPMS in communication with the assigned focal points in all 18 PPAs in relation to the preparation and implementation of activities of the CEGGA SO2 Component;prepare and facilitate the provision of information to PPAs on the CEGGA SO2 results framework and the procedures related to the preparation, implementation, monitoring and reporting of activities;liaise with the PPA focal points to ensure timely implementation of agreed activities, including through coordinating administrative matters as necessary;oversee the implementation of CEGGA SO2 activities with the PPAs and ensure the monitoring and reporting on results;support the drafting, editing and review of relevant documents as necessary, including results-oriented activity outlines, training agendas, presentations, terms of references, etc.;translate brief documents (e.g. activity outlines) from Lao into English and vice versa as necessary;facilitate the work of short-term experts assigned to support Provincial People’s Assemblies;assist in visibility efforts of CEGGA’s cooperation with the NA and PPAs as necessary;support ICPMS in preparing, conducting and following-up to quarterly meetings with CEGGA funding partners;support the preparation, implementation and follow-up of bi-annual CEGGA Technical Coordination Meetings of NA Committees/Departments and CEGGA funding partners.shall perform other relevant duties as assigned by CEGGA Programme Director or requested by the Head of the ICPMS.Required qualifications, competences and experiences: University degree, ideally in public administration, social sciences, political science or law;At least 5 years of experience working in the public sector and/or international development cooperation;Good organizational capacities, and ability to handle a large volume of work; work pro-activeConfident, team-oriented personality, with excellent oral and written communication skills;Strong skills in using standard office software (MS Word, Excel, etc.);Fluency in Lao and very good knowledge of English (written and spoken);Basic Gender knowledge and Gender mainstreamGIZ is an equal opportunity employer. Gender equality is one of the key values of GIZ and of the work we do. Applications from women and persons with disabilities are most welcome.Interested candidates are asked to send/submit their application with a comprehensive CV, including at least 3 reliable references and cover letter explaining their motivation as well as how their experience meets the requirements latest by 16:30 Hr on 03rd April 2020 to the HR Division of GIZ Office Vientiane, P.O. Box 9233, Vientiane Capital, or e-mail to job-gizlaos@giz.de All applications will be treated confidentially, and only short-listed candidates will be notified.
  • Responsible Agriculture Investment Advisor JOB VACANCY Responsible Agriculture Investment Advisor As a federal enterprise, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. On behalf of the German Government, GIZ currently is implementing a large number of projects in Lao PDR in two priority areas: rural development and sustainable economic development. For further information, please visit www.giz.de/laos. Enhanced Land Tenure Security (ELTeS) is part of the Lao-German Development Cooperation and commissioned by German Development Cooperation, currently seeking one qualified Laotian candidate for the position of Responsible Agriculture Investment Advisor.Starting Date: 01st May 2020Duration of Assignment: 31st December 2021 Work Location: Sayabouly Province Responsibilities: The Responsible Agriculture Investment Advisor is responsible for:Managing the component indicators (investment) achievement according to project goals, team agreements and/or consultations with the component team leader.Supporting the program’s initiative, to provide professional advice and input to, and to cooperate with program’s components and counterparts especially to PDPI (Investment section) and DPO.Innovation and knowledge management as well as transmission of innovation to the team and stakeholders, and integration of results and experiences into team efforts and into all stakeholdersWorking closely with the provincial department of planning and investment to ensure that the provincial and district team will increase their capacity on investment promotion and facilitation.Building the capacity of Provincial and District partners on data/information management to ensure data sharing and use for reporting and decision making.Main tasks:The Responsible Agriculture Investment Advisor is responsible for:1. Professional Advising and Consulting the partner institutions acts as “Process Advisor”Advises PDPI on development and adjustment of responsible and inclusive investment criteria in Sayaboury province and districts.Assists to include investment projects in the provincial annual investment monitoring plan to be monitored by inter-departmental teams according to principles suggested in the investment guidelines and all inconsistencies/deviations are reported to concerned authorities.Backstops development and implementation of program plans and activities in close coordination with counterparts and the team.Coordinates preparation and implementation of consultation process, program’s planning and monitoring.Conceptualises, prepares and implements workshops, seminars, and other events on subjects that are related to the program’s interventionsDevelops and organizes quality assurance and proposes necessary changes, improvements, and initiativesMonitors project progress, reviews reports and documents concerning the progress of collaborative programs, determines bottlenecks and recommends alternative courses of management action to the component team leader.Coordinates with the Provincial Department of Planning and Investment to design and develop training tools on investment monitoring.Coaches Provincial and District Team to conduct monitoring process at target districts.Coordinates with other components, institutions and other organizations on investment monitoring and geodata gathering.Maintains (gathers, aggregates and updates Responsible Agriculture Investment-RAI data and information) and trains counterparts on RAI Data management.Supports Provincial partners in the preparation, implementation and reporting of the FA in coordination with the Land Program admin. and GIZ office.2. Networking and Cooperation Co-operates with and ensures regular contacts, dialogues with land, planning and agriculture components and with GIZ projects and development partners in the project area.Communicates and channels local interests and aspirations and exchanges ideas and information for the benefit of the programme.3. Knowledge Management Compiles information about investment and ensures knowledge transferDevelops strategies and technical concepts including guidelines, manuals, and procedures, which are ready to be appliedPrepares reports and presentation materialsPrepares appropriate input to the program reports/publications including annual reports; contributes to other reports required by the Program coordinator.Supports research and study activities on policy topics that will benefit collaborative programs.4. Management and Coordination Tasks Supports general project planning/develops project designs, including preparation, organization, and moderation of planning exercises, implementation, management, monitoring, quality management, evaluation, communication, and documentationCoordinates and prioritizes relevant project activities at local level in cooperation with partners, as well as in organizational preparation and in the implementation of these activitiesPrepares budget for key events and related financial documentationMonitors operational budget against funds availability for the program component.5. General Duties Assists the management of investment related activities: finances, and facilities of the entrusted area of activityExperience and Qualifications of the candidate: Master’s degree in a course related to the program’s goals, specialisation in a field related to economics, development.At least 5 years of professional working experience in a similar position or strategic development.Experience of working with provincial department of investment and planning is the advantage.Excellent command of MS-OfficeGood working knowledge of modern telecommunication systems: the internet.Language skills: English, Lao.Willingness to up-skill as required by the tasks to be performed – corresponding measures are agreed with managementGender knowledge or Gender mainstreamGIZ is an equal opportunity employer. Gender equality is one of the key values of GIZ and of the work we do. Applications from women and persons with disabilities are most welcome.Interested candidates are asked to send/submit their application with a comprehensive CV, including at least 3 reliable references and cover letter explaining their motivation as well as how their experience meets the requirements latest by 16:30 Hr on 03rd April 2020 to the HR Division of GIZ Office Vientiane, P.O. Box 9233, Vientiane Capital, or e-mail to job-gizlaos@giz.de All applications will be treated confidentially, and only short-listed candidates will be notified.
  • Responsible Agriculture Investment Advisor JOB VACANCY Responsible Agriculture Investment Advisor (2 Positions)As a federal enterprise, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. On behalf of the German Government, GIZ currently is implementing a large number of projects in Lao PDR in two priority areas: rural development and sustainable economic development. For further information, please visit www.giz.de/laos. Enhanced Land Tenure Security (ELTeS) is part of the Lao-German Development Cooperation and commissioned by German Development Cooperation, currently seeking two qualified Laotian candidates for the position of Responsible Agriculture Investment Advisor.Starting Date: 01st May 2020 Duration of Assignment: 31st December 2021 Work Location: Vientiane CapitalResponsibilities: The Responsible Agriculture Investment Advisor is responsible for:Managing the component indicators (investment) achievement under ELTeS/EU co-financing project according to project goals, team agreements and/or consultations with the component team leader.Working closely with Investment Promotion Department and National Training Center to ensure the rolling out of investment monitoring tools nationwide through increasing capacity of government counterparts, investors and communities on responsible investment in land.Supporting the program’s initiative, to provide professional advice and input to, and to cooperate with program’s components and counterparts especially to PDPI and DPO (Investment section).Providing necessary technical guidance to support national, provincial and district team to implement the investment monitoring activities in their existing work.Building the capacity of national, provincial and district partners on data/information management to ensure data sharing and use for reporting and decision making.Innovation and knowledge management as well as transmission of innovation to the team and stakeholders, and integration of results and experiences into team efforts and into all stakeholders.Main tasks: The Responsible Agriculture Investment Advisor is responsible for:Professional Advising and Consulting the partner institutions acts as “Steering Advisor”Steers the implementation of investment monitoring tools nationwide through the development and adjustment of responsible and inclusive investment criteria at all level.Monitors and reports the implementation of activities and financial report according to ELTeS/EUco-financing standards and requirement.Documents the progress of the implementation, determines bottlenecks and recommends alternative courses of management action to the component team leader.Ensures the implementation of activities is in line with the ELTeS /EU co-financing agreement and indicators and the linkage of EU co-financing and ELTeS activities.Assists and coaches’ inter-departmental teams on investment project monitoring and dialogues according to the principles suggested in the investment guidelines and all inconsistencies/deviations are reported to the appropriated authorities.Backstops development and implementation of ELTeS/EU co-financing plans and activities in close coordination with counterparts and the teams.Coordinates preparation and implementation of the consultation process, the planning and monitoring.Conceptualises, prepares and implements workshops, seminars, and other events on subjects that are related to the program’s interventionsDevelops and organizes quality assurance and proposes necessary changes, improvements, and initiativesCoordinates with the National Training Center to design and develop training tools on investment monitoring in coordination with the investment Team and implementation.Coordinates with other components, institutions and other organizations on investment monitoring and geo data gathering.Maintains (gathers, aggregates and updates RAI-Responsible Agriculture Investment data and information) and trains counterparts on RAI Data management.Supports National and Provincial partners in the preparation, implementation and reporting the FA in coordination with the Land Program adm. and GIZ office.Networking and CooperationCo-operates with and ensures regular contacts, dialogues with Land components – LMPD3 and with GIZ projects and development partners in the project area.Communicates and channels local interests and aspirations and exchanges ideas and information for the benefit of the programmeKnowledge Management Compiles information about investment and ensures knowledge transferDevelops strategies and technical concepts including guidelines, manuals, and procedures, which are ready to be appliedPrepares reports and presentation materialsPrepares appropriate input to the program reports/publications including annual reports; contributes to other reports required by the Program.Supports research and study activities on policy topics that will benefit collaborative programs.Management and Coordination Tasks Supports general project planning/develops project designs, including preparation, organization and moderation of planning exercises, implementation, management, monitoring, quality management, evaluation, communication, and documentationCoordinates and prioritises relevant project activities at the local level in cooperation with the partners, as well as in organizational preparation and in the implementation of these activitiesPrepares the budget for key events and related financial documentationMonitors operational budget against funds availability for the program component.General Duties Assists the management of investment related activities: finances, and facilities of the entrusted area of activityExperience and Qualifications of the candidate: Master’s degree in a course related to the program’s goals, specialisation in a field related to economics, development.At least 5 years of professional working experience in a similar position or strategic development.Excellent command of MS-OfficeGood working knowledge of modern telecommunication systems: the internet.Language skills: English, Lao.Willingness to up-skill as required by the tasks to be performed – corresponding measures are agreed with managementGender knowledge or Gender mainstreamGIZ is an equal opportunity employer. Gender equality is one of the key values of GIZ and of the work we do. Applications from women and persons with disabilities are most welcome.Interested candidates are asked to send/submit their application with a comprehensive CV, including at least 3 reliable references and cover letter explaining their motivation as well as how their experience meets the requirements latest by 16:30 Hr on 03rd April 2020 to the HR Division of GIZ Office Vientiane, P.O. Box 9233, Vientiane Capital, or e-mail to job-gizlaos@giz.de All applications will be treated confidentially, and only short-listed candidates will be notified.
  • M&E and Digital Data Expert (Re-advertise) JOB VACANCY M&E and Digital Data Expert (Re-advertise)As a federal enterprise, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. On behalf of the German Government, GIZ currently is implementing a large number of projects in Lao PDR in two priority areas: rural development and sustainable economic development. For further information, please visit www.giz.de/laos. Enhanced Land Tenure Security (ELTeS) is part of the Lao-German Development Cooperation and commissioned by German Development Cooperation, currently seeking one qualified Laotian candidate for the position of M&E and Digital Data Expert.Starting Date: As soon as possible Duration of Assignment: 31st December 2021 with possible extension Work Location: Vientiane CapitalResponsibilities: The M&E and Digital Data Expert is responsible for:High-quality results-oriented monitoring, analysis and communication of progress and results to management and advisors of the Enhanced Land Tenure Security (ELTeS) Project on an ongoing basisEnsuring that digital data practices in the project – from collection to storage and use – are in line with evolving GIZ requirements and international good practiceBackstopping of and support to external appraisals, evaluations and reviews as requiredContributing to the development of future digital M&E tools and their applicationServing as Focal Point for Digitalization in the Lao-German Land ProgramMain tasks: The M&E and Digital Data Expert is responsible for:Coordinates monitoring and evaluation activities to ensure data on the ELTeS logical frameworks and additional indicators is available in a timely fashion for decision-making, reporting and communication purposes;Ensures and/or conducts high-quality data collection, analysis and communication of findings to all relevant data users;Collaborates closely with all relevant Land Programme colleagues on identifying and providing needed M&E support;Identifies barriers and gaps in M&E processes and tools and makes suggestions for improvements to leadership and colleagues;Supports externally conducted reviews, appraisals and evaluations;Backstops project colleagues on logistics and planning of field-based monitoring and reviews;Ensures lessons learned and key monitoring findings are available to all end-users in appropriate formats including but not limited to dashboards and written outputs.Provides advice on responsible data practices to project staff and leadership as well as project partners where appropriate;Develops or coordinates training for project staff and partners, on monitoring and evaluation, knowledge management, digital tools and overarching digital strategies;Documents innovative digital practices and engages actively with GIZ-internal and external exchange fora.Required qualifications, competences and experiences: Bachelor’s degree preferably in the social sciences or related subjectsExperience advising international and/or governmental organisations on M&E processes and measures;Experience of contributing to and coordinating data collection and monitoring processes, including field-based activities;Knowledge of digital tools for data collection and analysis;Experience of working with local communities in Lao PDR;Familiarity with issues of gender, social inclusion and rural development;Experience of training others on monitoring incl. the use of digital tools is an asset;Written and spoken fluency in English and LaoProficiency in the use of MS tools and experience with data collection softwareWillingness to adapt, learn and look for creative solutionsGender knowledge or gender mainstreamGIZ is an equal opportunity employer. Gender equality is one of the key values of GIZ and of the work we do. Applications from women and persons with disabilities are most welcome.Interested candidates are asked to send/submit their application with a comprehensive CV, including at least 3 reliable references and cover letter explaining their motivation as well as how their experience meets the requirements latest by 16:30 Hr on 03rd April 2020 to the HR Division of GIZ Office Vientiane, P.O. Box 9233, Vientiane Capital, or e-mail to job-gizlaos@giz.de All applications will be treated confidentially, and only short-listed candidates will be notified.
  • Environmental Education and Illegal Wildlife Trade Advisor JOB VACANCY Environmental Education and Illegal Wildlife Trade Advisor As a federal enterprise, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. On behalf of the German Government, GIZ currently is implementing a large number of projects in Lao PDR in two priority areas: rural development and sustainable economic development. For further information, please visit www.giz.de/laos. The project “Protection and Sustainable Use of Forest Ecosystem and Biodiversity (ProFEB)” as part of the Lao-German Development Cooperation, commissioned by German Development Cooperation is currently seeking for a qualified and experienced Laotian candidate for the position of Environmental Education and Illegal Wildlife Trade Advisor.Starting Date: 01.05.2020 Duration of Assignment: 31st May 2021Work Location: Vientiane CapitalResponsibilities and main tasks The Advisor for Environmental Education (50%) is responsible for:manages ProFEB’s environmental education (EE) work Khammouane province as part of the project’s objectives and/or agreements with the superiorassists project initiatives that provide professional advisory services related to EE work to a broad range of target groupsassist project initiatives that provide professional advisory services related to the objectives and/or agreements in the field of Human capacity development on the field of EE, if requiredIdentify and conceptualize, and content-related development of non-formal environmental education activities on issues such as climate change, biodiversity and forestry protection, including regulations, etc, within the framework of the EE and communication strategy of the project in close consultation with counterpartsPrepare and follow-up the implementation by partners and, granted and service providers, of these campaigns in the target provinces, using environmental mobiles, integrating activities such as discussion groups, local theaters, competitions, exhibitions, film screenings, etc in close consultation with counterpartsConsultation, coordination, coaching and quality control of organizations implementing the environmental campaigns (local non-governmental and mass organizations)Organize capacity building measures for partner organizations as well as local implementing organizations on the field of EEassists and monitors the development and implementation of EE related component plans and activities by service providers and consultantsprovides inputs to education and other media productsdevelops and organises quality assurance measures and suggests necessary changes, improvements and initiativesIdentify and cooperate with relevant service providers such as theatre groups, graphic designer, printers, illustrators among othersDesign and supervise production of EE didactic materials and toolssupports cooperation, regular contact and dialogue with partners, assists with PR work and cooperates with local communities, relevant organisations, non-governmental agencies and individuals in the project environment and with other projects to improve and maintain good working relationshipsIllegal wildlife trade (50%) is responsible for: Providing technical advisory services to Government partners on Wildlife to improve CITES implementation and enforcement coordination to closing down of retailers selling ivory and other prohibited wildlife products in major cities in Lao PDR under the Lao Wildlife Enforcement Network (LaoWEN).Support and develop advocacy strategies against illegal wildlife trade in Laos.Supports the implementation of campaigns on the ground in the Khammouane provinceActs as liaison to the Department of Forestry, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and other networks and institutions related to the wildlife matters.Liaise with both the lao government (Lao-WEN) and NGOs eg: WCSOther duties/additional tasks Assist office work and other activities of the project or component, as requiredAssist on the administrative tasks as requestedTravel to the provinces as requiredRequired qualifications, competences and experience masters/MSc in an area that is related to the project/programme objectives, with a focus on a relevant fieldA minimum of 5 years of professional working experience in a similar position.Experience in advocacy, communication negotiations and management of stakeholder relations.Outstanding social media and communication experienceNegotiation skillsExcellent working knowledge of modern telecommunication systems and MS Office programs.fluent in speaking and writing English.Good self-management skills.Ability to listen and reflect.Being accountable (= responsible).Optimistic and positive thinking.Team player.Results-driven (delivering high quality results).Being pro-active.Ability to set right priorities and Discipline to focus on them.Gender knowledge or Gender mainstreamGIZ is an equal opportunity employer. Gender equality is one of the key values of GIZ and of the work we do. Applications from women and persons with disabilities are most welcome.Interested candidates are asked to send/submit their application with a comprehensive CV, including at least 3 reliable references and cover letter explaining their motivation as well as how their experience meets the requirements latest by 16:30 Hr on 03rd April 2020 to the HR Division of GIZ Office Vientiane, P.O. Box 9233, Vientiane Capital, or e-mail to job-gizlaos@giz.de All applications will be treated confidentially, and only short-listed candidates will be notified.
  • Coordinator National Assembly (CNA) JOB VACANCY Coordinator National Assembly (CNA) As a federal enterprise, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. On behalf of the German Government, GIZ currently is implementing a large number of projects in Lao PDR in two priority areas: rural development and sustainable economic development. For further information, please visit www.giz.de/laos. The Citizen Engagement for Good Governance, Accountability and Rule of Law (CEGGA) as part of the LaoGerman Development Cooperation and commissioned by European Union, German Development Cooperation and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation is currently seeking one qualified Laotian candidate for the position of Rule of Coordinator National Assembly (CNA)Starting Date: As soon as possible Duration of Assignment: one year contract with possible extensions Work Location: Vientiane CapitalResponsibilities: The position holder is responsible for:liaising with and assisting the National Assembly’s Secretariat for International Cooperation and Project Management (ICPMS) in its mandate of processing support requests from NA Committees and organisational units, coordinating development partner contributions, ensuring division of labour, and enhancing the results orientation, monitoring and reporting;coordinating CEGGA activities with the National Assembly and its respective Committees, Departments and organisational units that aim at enhancing the NA’s representative, legislative and oversight functions;closely coordinating with the CEGGA Programme Director and the CEGGA SO2 Coordinator Provincial People’s Assemblies (PPAs) who is responsible for facilitating activities in support of all 18 PPAs.Main tasks:  assist the Head of ICPMS in communication with NA Committees and Departments in relation to the preparation and implementation of activities of the CEGGA SO2 Component;prepare and facilitate the provision of information to NA Committees/Departments on the CEGGA SO2 results framework and the procedures related to the preparation, implementation, monitoring and reporting of activities;liaise with NA Committees and Departments to ensure timely implementation of agreed activities, including through coordinating administrative matters as necessary;oversee the implementation of CEGGA SO2 activities with NA Committees and Departments and ensure the monitoring and reporting on results;support the drafting, editing and review of relevant documents as necessary, including results-oriented activity outlines, training agendas, presentations, terms of references, etc.;translate brief documents (e.g. activity outlines) from Lao into English and vice versa as necessary;facilitate the work of short-term experts assigned to support the National Assembly;assist in visibility efforts of CEGGA’s cooperation with the National Assembly as necessary;support ICPMS in preparing, conducting and following-up to quarterly meetings with CEGGA funding partners;support the preparation, implementation and follow-up of bi-annual CEGGA Technical Coordination Meetings of NA Committees/Departments and CEGGA funding partners.shall perform other relevant duties as assigned by CEGGA Programme Director or requested by the Head of the ICPMS. Required qualifications, competences and experiences: University degree, ideally in public administration, social sciences, political science or law;At least 5 years of experience working in the public sector and/or international development cooperation;Good organizational capacities, and ability to handle a large volume of work; work pro-activeConfident, team-oriented personality, with excellent oral and written communication skills;Strong skills in using standard office software (MS Word, Excel, etc.);Fluency in Lao and very good knowledge of English (written and spoken);Basic Gender knowledge and Gender mainstreamGIZ is an equal opportunity employer. Gender equality is one of the key values of GIZ and of the work we do. Applications from women and persons with disabilities are most welcome.Interested candidates are asked to send/submit their application with a comprehensive CV, including at least 3 reliable references and cover letter explaining their motivation as well as how their experience meets the requirements latest by 16:30 Hr on 03rd April 2020 to the HR Division of GIZ Office Vientiane, P.O. Box 9233, Vientiane Capital, or e-mail to job-gizlaos@giz.de All applications will be treated confidentially, and only short-listed candidates will be notified.
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