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Engility Corporation Job Vacancies: Biodiversity Experts - Madagascar

Engility/IRG has 35 years of experience assisting governments, communities, and the private sector to manage their environment and natural resources and to deliver innovative, breakthrough solutions in key development sectors including forestry, protected areas management, climate change, economic livelihood development, community engagement, disaster risk reduction and management, renewable energy, energy efficiency and institutional capacity building.

Engility/IRG is currently pursuing a number of conservation, biodiversity, and sustainable livelihood activities in Madagascar. Experts will provide a wide range of technical assistance, training, capacity building, and research to address the threats to biodiversity and the drivers of biodiversity loss. Engagement of the private sector, integration into national and local-level development plans, and a strong environmental law enforcement system will be critical components for project success.

Technical experts are sought in the following areas for long-term and short-term consulting roles:
Advanced degree in relevant technical area preferred, Bachelor’s and additional experience accepted; regional experience in Madagascar; 5-15 years of experience designing and leading implementation of interventions in one of the following target areas; USAID project experience preferred:
  • Gender
  • Wildlife Trafficking and Enforcement
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Grants
  • Communications and Outreach
  • Biodiversity (marine and terrestrial)
  • Logistics
  • Eco-tourism
  • Ecosystem Value Assessment
  • Coastal Fisheries
  • Conservation Finance
  • Forestry
  • Institutional Specialist
  • Agriculture
  • Environmental Management
  • GIS/Remote Sensing
  • Resource Economics
  • Finance and Administration
  • Natural resource/land use governance specialist
  • Land tenure
  • Value Chain Strengthening
  • Protected Areas
  • Public Private Partnership (extractive industries)
  • Climate Change Adaptation
  • REDD+
Closing Date: 01 Mar 2016

How to apply:
To apply: Please send your CV and any supporting documents to

Please include the desired position in the subject line of your email. Only applications submitted in English will be considered.