|Department of Geology, Mines & Water Resources|
Port Vila, Vanuatu
The Government of Vanuatu is currently addressing the repair and rehabilitation of existing water supply infrastructures damaged during Tropical Cyclone Pam in March of 2015. The destruction caused by TC Pam and, the drought associated with the current El Nino conditions/ event have resulted in water shortages on many islands of the archipelago.
The TC Pam Recovery project under the Department of Geology, Mines and Water Resources is committed to repair and re-build better water systems to increase community resilience to impacts of climatic variability and, natural hazards to ensure water security.
The development of a three-point plan was required to provide a strategic response to the pressing and longer-term water security needs of the people of Vanuatu. The three elements of this plan are interrelated and indivisible, and will be rolled out in parallel, and they include:
Are you motivate, driven to excel, a strategic thinker, passion for community development, a team player and being part of a project management team? Then we have exciting career opportunities for you.
Applications are invited for suitable qualified and experienced individuals to be part of a project management team offering growth potential in a challenging, professional and dynamic environment at the Department of Geology, Mines and Water Resources for the following position.