Closing date: 15 February
Advanced university degree in a field related to and human settlement development.
Qualifications in adult learning would be considered an asset.
A minimum of 8 years experience in training and capacity building, as well as competence in land sector issues in developing country contexts.
Knowledge of adult learning methodology and capacity building experience within the public sector, including experience in areas such as capacity assessment, curricula development, course organization, problem-based (and not only content-based) training, and training impact evaluations.
Conversant in issues related to at least 3 of the following land issues:1) land management/land administration/land registry (recordal), 2) spatial information/GIS, 3) land use planning, 4) land economy/land tax/valuation, 5) land law and development, 6) Islamic land issues, 7) gender and land, and 8) post conflict.
Excellent proficiency in spoken and written English.
Proficiency in other UN languages will be an asset.
Computer literacy (word processing, presentation).
Ability to work in a high pressure, ethnically diverse, political setting.
Capacity to work as part of a larger team, including global partners.
Ability to travel on mission outside of the headquarters based in Nairobi, Kenya.
Mr. Raf Tuts, raf.tuts [at] unhabitat.org
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