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Job title: National Disaster Information Management Coordinator
Contract type and level: Service Contract (SB-4)
Requirements: Master's Degree and 3 years of professional experience or Bachelor Degree and 5 years of professional experience
Deadline: 18 November 2015
Summary of Key Functions:
• Review and assess disaster-related data and associated processes in CamDi (Cambodian Disaster Loss and Damage Database)
• Identify gaps and prepare workplan for the completion and update of CamDi,
• Setup and strengthen a road sector-specific disaster data management system and with appropriate linkages with CamDi
• Improve hosting of CamDi website and to ensure its sustainability at National Committee for Disaster Management (NCDM)
Please visit www.kh.undp.org/content/cambodia/en/home/operations/jobs for detail job description and for online application. Application must be supported with UN Personal History Form - P11 (downloadable from website).
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. UNDP retains the right to contact references directly.
UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
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