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Civil Education Adviser, Education Sector Programme

Location: Afghanistan
Last Date: March 18, 2011

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark
Danida seeks Senior Adviser


Civil Education Adviser, Education Sector Programme

As Education Adviser you will provide technical support to the provincial authorities with monitoring and capacity building activities for the implementation of the National Education Programme. You have a relevant educational background and experience from development within the education sector. You have experience from working in conflict situations and ability to live and work in areas dominated by military activity.

Reference no.: DK-45389-2011/AFG.01-W
Application deadline: 18 March 2011 at 9.00 am (CET).

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Here you will also find a mandatory application form.

Applications with reference no. DK-45389-2011/AFG.01-W indicated should be sent to Mercuri Urval A/S at  alternatively to the office address: Philip Heymans Allé 29, DK-2900 Hellerup, or faxed to: +45 39 45 65 65. All applications will be forwarded by email to the relevant embassy.


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