1. Participate in preparing the weekly technical blogs regarding the activities of the drylands, livelihoods, and gender program;
2. Assist the program in organizing workshops, activities, and meetings;
3. Assist the program in developing ToRs for consultants to conduct HERD, ALUla, and Tilad projects and any other upcoming projects;
4. Assist the program in developing proposals for new projects based on the thematic topics;
5. Assist in developing tender documents and purchasing agreements.
6. Assist in developing and maintaining the projects implementation plan
7. Ensure high-quality projects reports and outputs
• Bachelor in Environmental sciences, climate change, Agriculture sciences, natural resources management, or any relevant fields;
• Excellent Knowledge of computers and relevant software applications;
• No experience is required.
• Ability to handle confidential information with the utmost discretion
• Computer skills (Microsoft Office)
• Verbal and written communication skills both in the English language.
• Professional personal presentation
• Organizing and planning
• Attention to detail, commitment, and disciplined.
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