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NIUA 2018 Jobs Notification for Various Resilience Chair Posts

National Institute of Urban Affairs 2018 Jobs Notification. NIUA has released official notification for the vacancies of Resilience Chair.  Interested and Eligible candidates can apply for the vacancies. 

Last Date for Submission of Application is on :- May 06th, 2018..

Post and Vacancies :-

Resilience Chair - 01 Post

Senior Resilience Fellow  - 01 Post

Resilience Fellow  - 01 Post

Job Location :- New Delhi

Qualification :-

Resilience Chair - 

2. Qualification and experience: Post Graduate in (urban/regional) Planning/City Planning/Urban Policy/ Governance/Urban Development or equivalent Social Sciences (relevant to urban development) from reputed institute

3. Experience: 

a. 10-15 years’ work experience with some experience in leadership roles working on regional scale projects; policy advocacy; and experience working with international agencies and national/state/municipal governments in the urban sector. Demonstrated expertise in two of the following thematic areas: urban water resource management; GIS for data-driven decision making; urban governance; climate change adaptation and resilience; urban finance; environmental planning; and/or related topics of concern to long-term urban resilience in Indian cities. Excellent facilitator with good networking, convening, partnership/liaison building skills

b. Experience working with large data sets is an added advantage. Able to communicate clearly, strategically and sensitively with internal and external stakeholders Good analytical and knowledge management skills including writing and presentation skills. Experience of managing teams and budgets. Skills in MS-Office, relevant planning/implementation tools.

4. Term of position: Fixed position - The position is on a yearly contractual basis for the duration of the project.

5. Remuneration At par with the industry standards, depending on experience and skills. Proof of past remuneration may be required upon offer.

Senior Resilience Fellow -

2. Qualification and experience: Post Graduate in (urban/regional) Planning/City Planning/Urban Policy/ Urban Development or equivalent Social Sciences (relevant to urban development) from reputed institute

3. Experience: 

a. 7-10 years of relevant work experience with ability to demonstrate strong analytical skills and work across a range of relevant sectors; experience working with municipal and preferably state governments. Experience in two of the following thematic areas: urban water resource management; GIS for data-driven, decision making; urban governance; climate change adaptation and resilience; urban finance; environmental planning; and/or related topics of concern to long-term urban resilience in Indian cities. Experience working with large data sets is an added advantage.

b. Networking and partnership/liaison building skills, and coordination with a variety of stakeholders and organizations. Ability to communicate clearly and sensitively with internal and external stakeholders Good analytical and knowledge management skills including writing and presentation skills. Team player and ability to work under pressure and meeting deadlines. Problem solving attitude. Experience of managing teams and logistics Skills in MS-Office, relevant planning/implementation tools.king, convening, partnership/liaison building skills

4. Term of position: Fixed position - The position is on a yearly contractual basis for the duration of the project.

5. Remuneration At par with the industry standards, depending on experience and skills. Proof of past remuneration may be required upon offer.

Resilience Fellow -

2. Qualification and experience: Post Graduate in (urban/regional) Planning/City Planning/Urban Policy/ Urban Development or equivalent Social Sciences (relevant to urban development) from reputed institute

3. Experience: 3-5 years of relevant work experience with ability to demonstrate strong analytical skills and work across a range of relevant sectors. Knowledge in climate change resilience and experience in working with large data sets is an added advantage. Ability to communicate clearly and sensitively with internal and external stakeholders Good analytical and knowledge management skills including writing and presentation skills. Skills in MS-Office, relevant planning/implementation tools.

4. Term of position: Fixed position - The position is on a yearly contractual basis for the duration of the project.

5. Remuneration At par with the industry standards, depending on experience and skills. Proof of past remuneration may be required upon offer.

Address :-

National Institute of Urban Affairs, 1st and 2nd Floor, Core 4B, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi, Delhi 110003

Selection Procedure :-

Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview.

How to Apply :-

Application should contain detailed CV and a covering letter citing current position and remuneration and expressing interest and suitability for the position applied. Mention the position, ‘Resilience Chair’/ ‘Senior Resilience Fellow’ / ‘Resilience fellow’ in the subject line of your application. Applications should reach by 6th May 2018 to the following email address: director@niua.org 


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