Thursday, August 31, 2006
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The WorldFish Center is undertaking a global search for a talented researcher and leader to join the growing team in the Greater Mekong regional office, based in Cambodia to work with Regional Director(s) to design and lead applied research projects addressing institutional and policy changes affecting communities reliant upon small-scale fisheries.
Perhaps you know someone with the right combination of skills and interests: practical experience addressing questions of policy and institutional development in natural resources management, with a proven ability to communicate and collaborate with a range of government and civil society partners, backed by a solid record of publications as an analyst. And a passion to make a difference. While experience in fisheries and aquatic resources is certainly an advantage, it is not a requirement.
Applications should reach WorldFish by 30 September 2006. Serious candidate who would like to learn more about the position can contact Blake Ratner, Regional Director, Greater Mekong, WorldFish Center with queries at mailto:email@example.com.
For more information see position announcement.
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