May 192017

Organization: Chemonics
Country: Mexico, Mozambique, Nepal, Zambia
Closing date: 30 Jun 2017

Chemonics seeks multiple technical experts based in Nepal, Mexico, Mozambique, and Zambia for an anticipated USAID land and resource governance project. This project will work to strengthen property rights and build resilient livelihoods for all members of society, particularly women. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

We seek junior, mid-level, and senior technical specialists in the following areas:

  • Land tenure specialist
  • Land administration specialist
  • Land lawyer
  • Post-conflict/post-disaster land tenure specialist
  • Climate change and tenure specialist
  • Agricultural economist
  • Gender specialist
  • Geographic information system/technology specialist
  • Monitoring and evaluation/knowledge management specialist

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide technical input on project implementation to achieve targets and goals
  • Ensure that all project assistance is technically sound and appropriate for the local context
  • Write and contribute to reports and other deliverables
  • Liaise with the government, stakeholders, and public and private sector counterparts
  • Collaboratively implement a strategic, long-term programmatic vision


  • Advanced degree in a related field required
  • Minimum three years of experience designing, implementing, and managing development programs
  • Experience with USAID projects
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with the private sector, government entities, and international donors
  • Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
  • Fluent English required

How to apply:

Send resume, cover letter, and phone contact information in electronic submissions to with the subject line “Technical​ Experts” by June 30, 2017. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted.​

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