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Job opportunities

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Tenders

The GICHD publishes tender notices on occasion. When calls for tenders are open, they are posted here. 

Tenders on mine action related projects issued by our partner organisations and key donors in mine action might also be posted here. Please note that for these announcements, we do not have any influence over the tender content or the awarding of contracts. All responses to, or questions on, these tenders should be made directly to the organisation issuing the tender.

 

Request For Offers - Consultancy on Residual Contamination Management

The GICHD has provided technical assistance to the governments of EO-affected countries on the management of residual contamination (RCM) since 2015. The GICHD aims to continue supporting the NMAAs with tailored solutions for managing residual contamination and is therefore looking for a consultant with expertise on the same. This will occur through developing, consolidating, and implementing relevant RCM strategies, standards, standard operations procedures, policies, and other tools, protocols, and documents as guided by the NMAAs and GICHD project managers. GICHD is pleased to invite consultants to submit an offer for the provision of the services described this request for offers.

Deadline: 06 June 2022, 00:00 Geneva Time.

Submit to: consultants(at)gichd.org    


Request for offers: Training development and delivery for ammunition management 

The Ammunition Management Advisory Team (AMAT) of the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) is seeking the services of a training design and delivery specialist, with a focus on gender, diversity, and inclusion and extensive experience working in the field of arms control and ammunition management. The individual will work in support of two workstreams (and the specified project components) undertaken by AMAT: training design and delivery and assistance to states and partners. 

Deadline for submission: 8 April 2022

Submit to: consultants(at)gichd.org and j.carapic(at)gichd.org 

 

Request for offers: Ammunition specialist working on the Standardised Assessment Methodology (SAM) Project 

The Ammunition Management Advisory Team (AMAT) of the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) is seeking the services of an ammunition management specialist with at least 10 years of experience working with international organisations, specialising in through-life management of ammunition and technical assessments to support the Standardised Assessment Methodology (SAM) Project. 

Deadline for submission: 8 April 2022

Submit to: consultants(at)gichd.org and j.carapic(at)gichd.org