Job Opportunity – Community Facilitator for Agrobiodiversity project, Phillipines

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Vacancy Opening for a Community Facilitator in the Dynamic Conservation and Sustainable Use of Agro-Biodiversity in Traditional Agro-Ecosystems of the Philippines Project The Project aims to conserve globally important agrobiodiversity (of rice, mung bean, taro, yam, banana, Manila hemp and others) in traditional agro-ecosystems. It will have an agroecosystem and landscape perspective, maintaining the provision […]

IPBES Call for Young Fellows for Regional and Land Degradation/Restoration Assessments

Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services

IPBES calls for nominations of fellows for the young fellows pilot programme. Fellows may participate in the regional and sub-regional assessment of biodiversity and ecosystem services or the thematic assessment of land degradation and restoration. Interested fellows are requested to fill out their application on-line no later than 31 May 2015.

BGCI is looking for a GSCC Coordinator

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The programme of the The Global Seed Conservation Challenge will focus on engaging the global botanic garden community in the conservation of species not already in secure ex situ collections. The Coordinator will be based at the BGCI offices in Kew, but will also work closely with staff from the MSBP, located at Wakehurst Place in West Sussex.

Recruiting a Coordinator for the International Plant Sentinel Network

Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI), the world’s largest plant conservation network, is recruiting a coordinator for a newly established International Plant Sentinel Network (IPSN)

International Consultant on development of the national agrobiodiversity strategy in Tajikistan

Apply for an international consultancy to work on the UNDP/GEF FSP project “Sustaining agricultural biodiversity in the face of climate change in Tajikistan”

Deadline for application: 29 April 2013

International Potato Center is seeking a scientist to head the CIP Genebank

The International Potato Center (CIP) is seeking a dynamic scientist to head the potato, sweetpotato and Andean root and tuber crops (ARTCs) germplasm bank.  In close collaboration with CIP colleagues and public, private and international partners, the position has responsibilities to implement CIP’s vision to conserve, expand, characterize and distribute the world’s largest collection of […]