-The candidate should have an MSc degree (or equivalent) in hydrology, geography, environmental sciences or a closely related field. -We encourage applications from enthusiastic dedicated individuals with strong quantitative skills, a good background in natural and geosciences, and with interest in water management and policy. -Advanced use of GIS and the development of own program code for the processing of large amounts of spatial data will be required and prior experience with such tasks is an asset. -Applicants need to demonstrate good English communication and writing skills and be prepared to travel to and actively participate in international project meetings and workshops.
Scholarship Deadline: 30.09.2011
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