Overview of the Project
The Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO will implement the project: Strengthening the Resilience of Coastal Communities in the North East Atlantic, Mediterranean Region (NEAM) to the Impact of Tsunamis and Other Sea Level-Related Coastal Hazards. A project financially supported by the European Union.
The main objective of the project will be to strengthen the resilience of vulnerable coastal communities in NEAM Tsunami Early Warning and Mitigation System (TWS) countries to tsunamis and other sea level-related hazards. The overall impact that the project will seek to achieve will be to reduce risk, increase safety and enhance the resilience of vulnerable coastal communities to coastal hazards in Cyprus, Egypt, Greece, Malta, Morocco, Spain, and Turkey.
Overview of the Positions
The two selected candidates will work under the direct supervision and guidance of the IOC Tsunami Programme Specialist in charge of the Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the North-eastern Atlantic, the Mediterranean and Connected Seas Tsunami Early Warning and Mitigation System (ICG/NEAMTWS).
Associate Project Officer
To support the implementation, organization and delivery of the project, an advertisement for an Associate Project Officer has been posted in the IOC-UNESCO careers website. Details of the vacancy position are available in the following link:
To provide administrative support, organization and delivery of the project, an advertisement for a Project Assistant has also been posted in the IOC-UNESCO careers website. Details of the vacancy position are available in the following link: