Hypokalaemia, hypocalcaemia, retention of sodium. Box 6, Bet Dagan 50 , Israel. Provides basic knowledge of the construction, design, and application of selected modern diesel engines and their components. Uses problems and cases to demonstrate implementation of these techniques. Record temperature values and grain condition to help track any changes.
Canadian Museum of History, Ottawa, Ontario $100,000
The DCOP is also expected to promote learning and innovation. This includes adapting tools and systems; promoting data-driven, evidence-based actions; expanding successful activities breadth and depth; building capacity to work in new ways; and communicating best practices to relevant parties. The successful candidate is expected to have a solid background on applied agricultural economics as well as an understanding of comprehensive agricultural policy analysis and strategies for effective policy engagement, advocacy, and influence.
ICARDA s mission is to reduce poverty, enhance food, water and nutritional security, as well as environmental health in the face of global challenges including climate change. We do this through innovative science, strategic partnerships, linking research to development and capacity development that take into account gender equality and the role of youth in transforming the dry areas. At least 12 years of experience in conducting research on social, agricultural economics and policy, including experience managing teams;.
Proven experience in applied economics of analyzing and formulating policies for agriculture transformations and enhancing rural livelihoods. Knowledge and experience in synthesizing information and communicating with decision making officials and ability to present the key results in concise and authoritative manner. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and ability to work cooperatively and effectively in a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural environment;.
Demonstrated ability to effectively build, lead and manage diverse teams of talented scientists from different disciplines and cultures;. Strong communication skills with the ability to effectively interact and communicate research outputs and impacts with diverse audiences;.
Knowledge and understanding of the social, economic and political fabric of the agriculture sector in CWANA region would be an advantage. This is an internationally recruited position for which ICARDA offers an attractive compensation package including a competitive salary, housing allowance, non-contributory retirement plan, medical insurance, 30 days of annual leave, five months maternity leave, 15 days paternity leave.
All benefits are denominated and paid in US Dollars. The successful candidate will be offered an initial contract of 3 years, renewable subject to continued need for the position and satisfactory performance. The first year will be probationary period. Please apply online at www. ICARDA is committed to increasing women representation in its workforce and strongly encourages applications from qualified women. Applications will be acknowledged, but only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Trabajar con el equipo de Ayuda en Acci n Etiop a para representar a la instituci n en Etiop a en coordinaci n con el equipo de Madrid, apoyando a la presencia de Ayuda en Acci n en programas de desarrollo de las reas de Desarrollo Territorial especialmente en la zona de Arsi y el programa humanitario de acuerdo con los criterios y principios institucionales bas ndose en el sistema institucional de Planificaci n, Seguimiento, Evaluaci n y Control de Calidad.
Identificar oportunidades de alianzas y financiaci n entre los actores presentes en el territorio. Identificar oportunidades de visibilidad, alianzas estrat gicas y de financiaci n regionales institucionales en relaci n al programa nacional de Ayuda en Acci n Etiop a. Realizar formulaci n de proyectos y programas, redacci n de informes de seguimientos y finales de los proyectos en la zonas de intervenci n, de acuerdo con la estrategia pa s establecida.
Apoyar a Ayuda en Acci n Etiop a, prestando apoyo y asesoramiento necesarios en cada caso, especialmente en relaci n al cierre y justificaci n de los proyectos en curso. Asegurar la participaci n de Ayuda en Acci n en espacios de articulaci n con iniciativas regionales sobre desarrollo rural y seguridad alimentaria. Orientar y coordinar las acciones que realicen los distintos equipos, velando por su coherencia, coordinaci n, colaboraci n y aprendizaje. Valorable experiencia en gesti n de proyectos cofinanciados por administraciones p blicas europeas y espa olas, preferentemente AECID.
Experiencia de trabajo en frica y conocimiento del contexto de Etiop a: Experiencia en gesti n de recursos humanos y amplio dominio de t cnicas participativas, metodolog as de trabajo de equipo y coordinaci n.
Experiencia en la comprensi n y conducci n de la ayuda humanitaria en situaciones complejas deseable. Alta Capacidad de di logo, comunicaci n y relaciones interpersonales con personas de diferentes ambientes y grupos en diferentes contextos, incluidos contextos extremos de emergencia humanitaria.
Habilidades para integrarse en equipo multicultural, favorecer el desarrollo de las persona, resoluci n de conflictos en un contextos din micos y cambiantes. Habilidad para trabajar con efectividad, tomar decisiones informadas con una supervisi n directa.
Identificaci n con los objetivos generales de Ayuda en Acci n, incluyendo el compromiso con la lucha contra la pobreza, a favor de la equidad y la igualdad de g nero.
Excelente redacci n y sintaxis en castellano y en Ingl s. The objective of GEQIP-E is to transform the quality of attainment in Ethiopian schools and increase the participation of disadvantaged learners so that children from all social groups children attending schools in the poorer regions, pastoralist children, girls and children with disabilities are better equipped for the workplace. The centrepiece of the TA programme is the design and delivery of a school leadership development programme, based on UK and international experience, that will focus on improved school performance, strengthened central and local delivery structures, and improved data analysis and monitoring.
If you have the ambition to make a difference and the experience to work effectively in this dynamic context, we would love to hear from you. To express your interest in the programme please follow the link below. You will be asked to complete a short application form, provide examples of your experience and upload your CV. We expect to be holding first interviews with shortlisted candidates at the beginning of October. We re looking for an experienced international educationalist with expertise in developing transformative School Leadership programmes to effect national change at school level.
Beginning in March , the School Leadership Lead will be responsible for the design and delivery of a centrepiece school leadership development programme, based on UK and international experience. Working within existing systems, we will deliver an effective, decentralised, standardised, practical leadership training progamme and model of accreditation to staff in the Ministry, regions, Woredas districts and schools.
To express your interest in the programme please click the link below. The Gender Advisor will provide technical leadership and project oversight in the areas of gender for an upcoming human resource for health project in Ethiopia. The Gender Advisor will provide technical assistance at the national, regional and institutional level to strengthen gender equity and integration.
The project will operate over a 5-year period. The position will operate under the leadership of the Technical Director and Jhpiego s senior management team, and will oversee and ensure the technical and methodological soundness of all project activities.
In collaboration with project team and partners, the position will support the design and implementation of service delivery strategies based on scientific evidence. Ethiopian nationals are strongly encouraged to apply. The position reports to the Senior Grants Coordinator. This position is based in Addis Ababa with occasional trips to field sites and refugee camps, if needed.
This position supervises 2 staff members and 1 intern. IRC is committed to narrowing the gender gap in leadership positions. We offer benefits that provide an enabling environment for women to participate in our workforce including parental leave, gender-sensitive security protocols and other supportive benefits and allowances.
Please follow this link to apply: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Only send email alerts when there are new jobs. Apply for the job Organization: International Labour Organization Country: Purpose of the Consultancy The main purpose of the assignment is to develop a user friendly and viable mobile app that will facilitate employment opportunities for returnees in Ethiopia by linking employers and job seekers in the non-professional sector.
More specifically the app needs to contain the following information: Detailed information of low-skilled employers in different field; A platform where job seekers can upload their CV or work experiences; Available job offers; A platform where job seekers can discuss among themselves on challenges and opportunities they are facing.
Scope of the Consultancy The task of the consulting firm will be to design and develop the app and assist in the launch and marketing of the app. Duration The duration of the consultancy is 3 months after the signing of the agreement between the two parties. The consulting firm should have proven record of innovation in the mobile platform and application field.
The Consulting firm should have proven record of applications on the market in both Android and Apple iOS The Consulting firm must have a team of experts that include technology experts, coders and mobile platform innovation experts.
It must have an excellent working relationship with existing print and broadcast media and have expertise and experience in leading branding and campaign work.
Team leader should have proven ability of innovation with a working knowledge of the United Nations Knowledge of the country context, ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, and willingness and capability to accommodate feedback is expected. Interested applicants must submit their financial and technical proposals including all documents required in the detailed Request for Proposal by 28 September to the following address: Enterprise Advisor Contract Type: Fixed Term 12 months with possibility of extension Duty Station: These services will include general coaching, facilitating labour management committees, providing technical advice and conducting training, tailored to identified needs at the factory; Assist in the development, adaptation and implementation of Better Work training services on an as needed basis; Collaborate with colleagues in the other components of the ILO Apparel and Textiles Programme programme in order to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the overall programme.
Select, adapt and contextualise Better Work products for use at the individual enterprise level based on needs; Assist in the managment of information in Better Work s systems including STAR and SharePoint and contribute to the programme s monitoring and evaluation strategy, research agenda and knowledge management systems.
As appropriate, act as focal person for specific technical areas when required by the team leader; Perform other duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor. Competencies Good English and local language communications skills, both oral and written; Good analytical skills; Good knowledge of the Ethiopian labour- related law and regulations; Good group facilitation, interpersonal and conflict resolution skills and proven experience of delivering classroom training.
Fraud warning The ILO does not charge any fee at any stage of the recruitment process whether at the application, interview, processing or training stage. Training and Communication Director Duty Station: Addis Ababa Starting date: Deputy Chief of Party. International relocation and allowances may be available for this position.
Oversee the coordinated planning of activities and resources and implementation of the program and program operations in line with state-of-the art strategies, technical standards, and applicable USAID rules and regulations.
In collaboration with the Chief of Party, ensure the adequacy of planning, monitoring and reporting and competence for the effective scale up of program interventions to meet established programmatic and financial targets and timeframes. Develop and implement systems that address food insecurity and other pertinent sectoral issues. Provide strategic oversight of program tasks and activities, including participating in budget discussions.
Conduct monitoring visits to observe field activities. Serve on the program s Senior Management Team. Promote quality, efficiency, integrity, and learning throughout program duration.
Minimum of 8 years of recent and progressively-challenging experience working in two or more of the following areas: Working knowledge of programming in chronically vulnerable environments, with an emphasis or experience working in pastoralist livelihood environments. Demonstrated experience recruiting, developing, and managing staff. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain relationships with host governments, donors, other donor-funded projects and stakeholders, local organizations, and partners.
Experience managing programmatic and financial reporting requirements. Previous experience in Ethiopia is preferred but not required. Fluency in written and spoken English. Terms of appointment, salary and benefits This is an internationally recruited position for which ICARDA offers an attractive compensation package including a competitive salary, housing allowance, non-contributory retirement plan, medical insurance, 30 days of annual leave, five months maternity leave, 15 days paternity leave.
Ayuda en Acci n Country: Requisitos Conocimientos y experiencia: Deseable especialidad en Econom a- Agronom a. Experiencia en administraci n de recursos y en elaboraci n y seguimiento de presupuestos.
Conocimientos y experiencia en la promoci n de la igualdad de g nero. Habilidades y competencias Alta capacidad anal tica y planificaci n estrat gica Alta Capacidad de di logo, comunicaci n y relaciones interpersonales con personas de diferentes ambientes y grupos en diferentes contextos, incluidos contextos extremos de emergencia humanitaria Habilidades para integrarse en equipo multicultural, favorecer el desarrollo de las persona, resoluci n de conflictos en un contextos din micos y cambiantes Alto nivel de habilidades interpersonales y de comunicaci n en diferentes contextos Habilidad para trabajar con efectividad, tomar decisiones informadas con una supervisi n directa.
Capacidad de trabajar bajo presi n y de gesti n de estr s ante situaci n de conflictos Capacidad para permanecer temporadas en reas con servicios muy limitados Identificaci n con los objetivos generales de Ayuda en Acci n, incluyendo el compromiso con la lucha contra la pobreza, a favor de la equidad y la igualdad de g nero.
Conocimientos inform ticos Nivel alto de herramientas inform ticas: Windows avanzado, MS Office y bases de datos. Condiciones de la oferta Duraci n del contrato: Septiembre Movilidad nacional, regional e internacional Remuneraci n acorde a la pol tica retributiva de Ayuda en Acci n Ubicaci n puesto: Ad s Abeba How to apply: Education Development Trust Country: Demonstrated experience providing capacity building assistance at individual and organizational levels Skilled in at least two or more of the following technical areas: International Rescue Committee Country: Proposals Coordinate proposal development including logframe meetings working with program staff and ensuring proper review at the HQ level, gathering input from technical coordina-tors, technical advisors, Monitoring,Evaluation, Accountability and Learning staff, and the Regional Unit.
Develop budgets, budget narratives, concept notes, proposals, and supporting documents; ensure proper proposal development procedures are followed; Act as focal point with donors in-country for the proposal development process, as need-ed.
Reporting and Grants Management Oversee all reporting for Refugee Grants, including coordinating HQ reviews and approvals before submission to the donor. Send out monthly info to team members on all reports due in the coming 60 days. Ensure that reports to donors are submitted on time; that reports are coherent and accu-rate quarterly, interim or final reports ; and that the internal reporting tracker and OTIS reporting info are up to date.
Coordinate information on beneficiary numbers and indicator targets achieved with the Accountability and Learning Coordinator for reporting purposes. Coordinate proper grants management of all Refugee Portfolio grants. Ensure Grants Tracker and other information management systems are up to date. Actually, any NCC related to reduced sodium is commonly employed by food manufacturers since lower sodium foods are popular among the general American public.
With these statistics, it makes sense that consumers want more reduced sodium foods available for the sake of their health. So what does it actually mean for a product to be low sodium? What about reduced sodium? Food manufacturers looking to make statements about sodium levels must know the differences between each of these NCCs and the guidelines to follow in order to use these claims on their nutrition labels. The guidelines for using a low sodium nutrient content claim are fairly straightforward, but it is important that you are familiar with the Recommended Amount Customarily Consumed RACC outlined by the FDA for your particular product.
If it qualifies for the low sodium NCC, it will fit within the following guidelines: A maximum of mg of sodium per RACC is considered low sodium. If the RACC is very small i. Below are other common NCCs for sodium and their respective guidelines: A maximum of 5 mg per RACC and per labeled serving is considered free of sodium.
Sodium chloride must not be an ingredient; the small amount of sodium naturally occurs in other ingredients. For instance, unsalted seaweed snacks are naturally high in sodium, despite having no extra salt added. This way, you can truly understand why consumers want to watch their intake of a particular nutrient and what the current research says.
According to the FDA, a high sodium diet can lead to high blood pressure and cardiovascular problems.