2.02.13 - Breeding and genetic resources of Mediterranean conifers
Forestry Officer (Dryland) // 20 August 2018
The Forest Policy and Resources Division, FOA, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), invites applications for the post of Forestry Officer (Dryland). Among other duties, the successful candidate: - Plans and leads components of multidisciplinary teams, leads and/or participates on Organization-wide, cross departmental committees, project teams, and working groups and/or provides specialized expertise on technical networks and/or international technical policy and/or international technical policy and standard setting bodies; - Develops technical, analytical, monitoring and reporting frameworks, and related methodologies, tools, systems and databases etc. to support the planning, implementation/delivery and monitoring of programmes of work, projects, products and/or services; - Designs and conducts research, data collection, validation, analysis and/or reporting activities to support the development of technical standards, international instruments, innovative approaches and strategies, new tools, technologies, technical reports/publications, and/or policy proposals as well as the provision of technical/policy/specialist/advice and expertise.
Institution: Forest Policy and Resources Division, FOA, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Duty station: Italy, Rome
Closing date: 20 August 2018
Paraskevi (Evi) Alizoti, Greece
Giovanbattista de Dato, Italy
Maria Cristina Monteverdi, Italy
Alia Ricardo, Spain
Caroline Scotti-Saintagne, France
The Working Party 2.02.13 is concerned with the genetics of indigenous conifer ecosystems of the Mediterranean region, especially the conservation, restoration and possilby extension of these ecosystems that have been degraded by human activities over many centuries.