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DAI-ESP Watershed Information System Programmer


DAI-ESP Watershed Information System Programmer (short-term)

The Environmental Services Program (ESP), a USAID project managed by DAI, is recruiting 1 (one) short-term position of Watershed Information System Programmer to be based in Yogyakarta. The Watershed Information System Programmer assignment is to develop comprehensive information system software on watershed and its management based spatial data.

The Watershed Information System should be in user friendly and FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) programming based in order to support the Ministry of Forestry in watershed management protection, monitoring and evaluation. This consultant also will develop software application "Sistem Informasi karakteristik DAS" which be able to display of characteristic watershed spatially and profile of each Balai PDAS in Indonesia, both on screen and layout printing, and also establishing a training session to run this system application to the ESP and Dir.Gen. RLPS staffs.

. The candidate should have at least a bachelor degree in Computer
programming or Geography.
. The Candidate should have at least 3 years experience in operating
GIS computer software, especially ArcView 3.x and/or ArcView 9.x, including
spatial analysis, raster image analysis and 3d analysis.
. The Candidate should have a high skill in spatial database management and storages
. The Candidate should have at least 3 years experience in the use of programming language program for software development
. Previous working experience in USAID and/or International development project is an advantage.
. Good interpersonal and fluency in English, both written and spoken, is an advantage.

Please send cover letters and CVs to the Recruitment Officer at recruitment.esp@gmail.com not later than January 18, 2009. Only short listed candidates will be notified. No telephone inquires will be accepted.

Source: UN, NGO Development Job

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