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  1. #1 kaerkes 22 de feb. 2006

    Ahí va una oferta de empleo de unos "conocidos" , por si algún druida sabe ruso y francés (que aqui semos gentuza mu culta) y le apetece currar por y para las montañas. L'association Le Courrier des Balkans-Courriers d'Europe et d'Orient est à la recherche d'un(e) stagiaire traducteur russophone dans le cadre de ses nouveaux projets (Courriers de l'Asie centrale, de la Biélorussie et du Caucase). Vous souhaitez valoriser votre savoir par un stage professionnalisant? Le milieu de la presse vous intéresse? Venez nous rejoindre! Description des tâches: - Traductions d'articles de presse (du russe au français) - Secrétariat de rédaction et mise en ligne de contenu sur le site Internet Profil recherché: - Parfaite maîtrise de la langue russe - Bonne connaissance de l'espace ex-soviétique - Facilité d'utilisation d'Internet - La connaissance du journalisme et/ou du milieu associatif est un avantage Début du stage: immédiat Lieu de travail: Les locaux de l'association sont à Arcueil (94), en région parisienne, mais une partie du stage pourra être effectuée en télétravail. Stage non-rémunéré, mais possibilité de convention. Durée: trois mois minimum, renouvelable. --> Envoyez votre CV ainsi qu'une courte lettre de présentation uniquement par mail à mailto:info@courriers.info

  2. #2 A.M.Canto 22 de feb. 2006

    Enhorabuena, Kaerkes, me parece una idea solidaria y estupenda. Sólo que a ver si la próxima oportunidad es más asequible para celtíberos, que aquí hay gente muy culta y voluntariosa, pero eso de: "Parfaite maîtrise de la langue russe...Bonne connaissance de l'espace ex-soviétique" para traducir al francés y, sobre todo, lo de "Stage non-rémunéré" (aunque haya posibilidad de que te renueven los tres primeros meses...) es como para desanimar al más animado ;-) Pero, como digo, la idea es buena, adelante.

  3. #3 kaerkes 22 de feb. 2006

    jajajajja, gracias Alicia, pero !nos ha jodio!, las buenas ofertas me las quedo yo....que uno es solidario pero no tonto.

  4. #4 Cierzo 22 de feb. 2006

    Mierda!! yo empecé a estudiar ruso y lo dejé porque me fui a Francia. Esta claro que mi vida quiso que eligiera entre un de los dos idiomas... Kaerkes preguntale a tus amigos si se puede traducir con diccionario ruso, que de eso si tengo Salud

  5. #5 giorgiodieffe 22 de feb. 2006

    Cierzo, piensa que cuando yo era pequenito, una rusa empiezò aprendendome a su idioma...dos dia despues..se muriò. Verdad!!!

  6. #6 kaerkes 27 de feb. 2006

    A Canto, inserto el tema de las jornadas en este artículo para que no se pierda en el "olvido" de las intervenciones de druidas. SEMINARIO DE HISTORIA CULTURAL, UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA. La próxima reunion del Seminario de Historia Cultural se celebrará el martes, 7 de marzo, a las 12’15. Lu Ann Homza, del College of William and Mary (EEUU), hablará sobre "Pastores y penitentes: cazadores de brujos en Zugarramurdi, 1610-1613". Lugar: Sala de Juntas, Módulo VI, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Coordinadores: Jim Amelang y María José del Río. Dirección de nuestra página en el Web: www.uam.es/hmoderna/cultura.htm

  7. #7 kaerkes 27 de feb. 2006

    EL FAPAS ORGANIZA EN ABRIL UNAS JORNADAS SOBRE: http://www.fapas.es/notifapas/2006/serida.pdf CULTURAS CAMPESINAS Y BIODIVERSIDAD SISTEMAS TRADICIONALES DE GESTIÓN DE LOS AGROECOSISTEMAS Y CONSERVACIÓN DE LA NATURALEZA · Secretaría de las jornadas e inscripciones: Beatriz López, Aurora Cortina, Xosé Nel Riesgo y José Molina Grupo de Desarrollo Rural de Camín Real de la Mesa c/ Arroyo Naranjo, 1 bajo. 33820 Grado. Asturias. Tfn.: 985 75 47 83. Fax.: 985 75 47 84 e-mail: caminrealdelamesa@cyberastur.es · Nº de plazas: 70 (inscripción gratuita)

  8. #8 kaerkes 12 de jun. 2006

    Pues ale! si cubris el perfil y os gustan las patatas..... The International Potato Center (known worldwide by its Spanish acronym, CIP) seeks to reduce poverty and achieve food security on a sustained basis in developing countries through scientific research and related activities on potato, sweet potato, other root and tuber crops, and on the improved management of natural resources in the Andes and other mountain areas. CIP is part of the global agricultural research network known as the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). CIP contributes to the CGIAR in a limited research area defined by commodities (potato, sweet potato, and Andean root and tuber crops) and ecoregions, in CIP’s case the Andes. CIP, in close association with national research systems, selects priority activities within these major work areas. These priorities are continually refined against changes in the way crops are grown, as well as changes in science and in national programs. Increasingly, CIP employs its expertise in convening global research initiatives that involve a range of institutions that can contribute to the Center’s objectives. As opportunities arise, research is conducted in partner and client institutions around the world. CIP's research program is broad-based, comprising projects and regional/global partnerships designed and implemented to address the most pressing needs of developing country farmers (see CIP's research program). The mandate encompasses four main areas: potato, sweet potato, Andean roots and tubers (ARTCs), and natural resource management (NRM). Research studies range from the testing and application of highly complex molecular technologies to the identification of plant defense genes for late blight resistance, to the development and evaluation of more efficient pigfeed from sweet potatoes. The former area links CIP with advanced research labs; the latter links CIP with farmers in the field. During the last few years, CIP has made significant efforts to accelerate the flow of research results from those advanced lab studies to applications in the field through closer linkages with farmers in early phases of testing and evaluation. CIP has 35 years of experience producing research outputs and has assembled the world’s most complete genetic resources collections of potato and sweet potato, and important collections of other Andean root and tuber crops. The Division develops and implements projects to enhance CIP’s role in biodiversity conservation and research in our crop genetic resources, and generates knowledge and information for dissemination worldwide. The division maintains research links between ex-situ and in-situ conservation that includes a focus on ecological and cultural diversity. CIP is seeking two scientists to join its current international staff: 1) Leader of the Genetic Resources Conservation and Characterization Division (Ref: GR/06-06) CIP seeks a scientist as Leader to head this Research Division. The Leader will have primary responsibility for providing scientific direction for CIP in the Division. The Leader will work closely with the Center’s global partners in planning and coordinating the Division’s research. S/he will be a member of CIP’s research and management team, contributing to the strategies and direction of CIP’s overall research program, and representing the Center in a variety of research, investor and partner forums. The position reports to the Deputy Director General-Research and will be based at CIPs headquarters in Lima, Peru with frequent international travel. The successful candidate will: · be an innovative researcher with strong research capabilities; additional management experience is desirable. · have a PhD in a relevant plant science discipline, with background in modern genetics. · have demonstrated success in managing multi-disciplinary teams and partnerships and attracting research funding. We are looking for an individual confident in his or her disciplinary setting, who can build innovative, multidisciplinary teams. The Leader should be able to articulate a vision for CIP’s activities relating genetic resources conservation and characterization; liaise with CIP’s other science leaders at headquarters and in other regions; possess excellent management and collaboration skills; be committed to working in a multi-partner, multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural environment; and be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Fluency in English is required and other languages are an asset. More information: http://www.cipotato.org/org/Jobs/leader_grcc.htm ---- 2) Scientist for Regional Project Papa Andina in the Andes (Ref: PA/06-06) CIP seeks an accomplished scientist to join the Coordination Unit of the Project. The scientist should have experience in managing participatory processes with a broad range of partners and/or linking farmers with markets. The position reports to the Peru-based Project Coordinator and will be based in Bolivia or Ecuador with frequent travel in the region. Experience with the agricultural sector in the Andean region would be an advantage. The successful candidate will: · be an accomplished and innovative researcher with at least five years of strong research experience in a developing country context; · post-graduate qualification in Economics, Agricultural Economics, Anthropology or other Social Science discipline · have experience in participatory approaches for agriculture research · be committed to working in a multi-partner, multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural environment · be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing in English and Spanish. · have project management experience More information: http://www.cipotato.org/org/Jobs/papandina-eng.htm Applications: Applicants should apply by email, sending a cover letter summarizing their relevance to this position, a full C.V. and the names and contact information of three referees knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to Lilia Salinas at: cip-ddg-research@cgiar.org The reference name of the position should be clearly marked on the subject line of the email message. Screening of applications will begin on August 1, 2006 and will continue until the post is filled. All applications will be acknowledged; only short listed candidates will be contacted. Miguel Saravia Lider de InfoAndina Consorcio para el Desarrollo Sostenible de la Ecorregión Andina Av. La Molina 1895, La Molina Apartado 1558, Lima 12, Peru Telf. (51-1)3175313 Anx 2056 / Fax (51-1)3175326 Correo: m.saravia@cgiar.org - www.condesan.org/infoandina

  9. #9 kaerkes 13 de jun. 2006

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  10. #10 Medraina 13 de jun. 2006

    Relaciones laborales no capitalistas: "necesitamos personas para que nos hagan un trabajo a cambio de alojamiento y alimentación" Trabajo no remunerado, sin alta en la Seguridad Social y desde luego el alojamiento y la alimentación nunca llegarán a suplir el trabajo realizado. Ejemplo: Casa Rural en Tarragona, dos chicas inglesas alojadas con derecho a comida a cambio de Trabajar en la cocina, la casa y la huerta....... y los dueños de la casa (muy jipis ellos y muy en la nueva onda) cobrando a los clientes a "cojón de mico" un alojamiento en literas (te limpiaban el Chozo Hipie una vez en semana), comida vegetariana (escasita) todo ello muy aderezado y muy edulcorado en esa línea. "EXPLOTACION A LA NEW AGE" Me parece muy bien, y es una alternativa, pero hay que ver todos los puntos. Salud,

  11. #11 kaerkes 13 de jun. 2006

    ¿y? ¿qué tiene que ver lo que cobraban a los turistas con el intercambio de trabajo por estancia?. Ya has juzgado y sentenciado por tu cuenta los anuncios de intercambio.

  12. #12 Medraina 13 de jun. 2006

    No es una sentencia, es una opinión personal. Es una alternativa al trabajo remunerado, y puede ser una experiencia muy interesante, si quieres conocer gente y aprender un idioma (por ejemplo). Pero me parece una explotación.

  13. #13 kaerkes 13 de jun. 2006

    Es intercambio consciente y de acuerdo por ambas partes. Si no te agradan este tipo de experiencias eres libre de preferir la realización de trabajos con otro tipo de relaciones laborales. "desde luego el alojamiento y la alimentación nunca llegarán a suplir el trabajo realizado". ¿has estado en todas las experiencias de intercambio?¿o con una ya te sirve para extrapolarlo a todo?y SENTENCIAR.

  14. #14 Medraina 13 de jun. 2006

    Kaerkes¡ es una OPINION PERSONAL, no una SENTENCIA no me juzges por una opinión, que todos tenemos derecho a opinar. "si el intercambio es consciente y de acuerdo, pues me parece perfecto" Todas las experiencia de intercambio no son iguales, pero las (en plural) que conozco, me parecieron una explotación. Salud,

  15. #15 kaerkes 13 de jun. 2006

    Me parece mal, que hayas insertado esa OPINION y ese ejemplo, después de poner los anuncios, cuando están las direcciones y los teléfonos de los sitios en cuestión. Lo que me obliga a suprimir esa intervención ya que no creo que les agrade ver sus anuncios y luego lo que tu expones. Me abstendré en un futuro de insertar este tipo de cuestiones, ya que en muchos casos, son propuestas de organizaciones o personas conocidas y no creo que les cause mucho beneficio verse expuestos de esta manera y criticados en "abstracto" por experiencias diversas. Un poco de "seny" por favor.

  16. #16 Medraina 13 de jun. 2006

    pues si te parece mal que opine sobre el tema.... BORRA MI INTERVENCION. Lo que a mí me parece mal que ahora vayas y borres tu intervención, por una crítica, que no es a tí por haber insertado el anuncio, cosa que me parece muy loable por tu parte. Pero aquí TODOS estamos expuestos a la crítica, incluso estas organizaciones o personas. y por supuesto la crítica no era en "abstracto" era bien real y defendible, que a otros les guste ese tipo de situaciones es otra cosa, además para gustos los colores. Seriedad la justa, pero con coherencia.

  17. #17 kaerkes 13 de jun. 2006

    oK. creo que no era el lugar indicado para ese tipo de criticas a propuestas concretas que no se conocen. Te repito que estaban anotados nombres y teléfonos.Este foro lo abrí con la intención de "poner en antena", aventos, acontecimientos y ofertas de actividades, incluso laborales. Vuelvo a repetir, en muchos casos, son de origen conocido y no me apetece nada, que después de una propuesta se hagan ese tipo de comentarios. Ha sido un error mío. Y soy coherente, por lo menos para no causar un perjuicio y malestar a gente que conozco y puedo apreciar. Lluego viene la celti , sus críticas, a veces fuera de lugar o sin ser consciente de que las opiniones vertidas puedan causar un daño gratuito y las coherencias varias. Si hemos pasado de "que todo sea cuestionable" a "todo ha de ser criticable", atendiendo a un curioso principio consistente en "todo el mundo es sospechoso de...hasta que se demuestre lo contrario me gustaría saberlo, para evitar relacionar a nadie en concreto por la aplicación del principio anterior. Pero, vuelvo a re-repetir...Ha sido un error mío.

  18. #18 kaerkes 13 de jun. 2006

    perdón: el principio sería: "todo ha de ser criticado, no criticable"

  19. #19 Medraina 13 de jun. 2006

    Lo siento Kaerkes¡ no debería haber criticado tan apasionadamente este anuncio, me he movido por un sentimiento visceral de animasversión contra todo lo que huele a New Age. de verdad que lo siento enormemente, debería de haberlo dicho en otro sitio. Tienes toda la razón del mundo. En paz?

  20. #20 kaerkes 13 de jun. 2006

    De acuerdo,.Creo que otro lugar hubiera estado cojonudo, pero no justo debajo de la oferta. No problem: ;))))

  21. #21 kaerkes 27 de jun. 2006

    para quien le pueda interesar:... The U.S. Center for development(USCD) for the U.N supports the work of the United Nations to improve the quality of life for millions of people around the world by promoting democratic governance, poverty reduction, rural development, crisis prevention and recovery, energy and environmental issues, and reducing the impact of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. It accomplishes these aims by building a broad-based American constituency that educates for international development and by identifying U.S. resources for specific UN projects that support U.S. national interests USCD, founded in 2006, is one of Agencies of Excellence established by UN to conduct interdisciplinary research on coping with the increasing complexities of urban development and sustenance. The NEW ENTRY PROFESSIONAL (NEP) PROGRAM is the center's program for bringing well qualified applicants into the Center's Foreign Service. USCD's Foreign Service provides successful applicants with a career-long system of rotational assignments in Washington D.C. and overseas. Promotion is based upon merit with selections being made for promotion at various established points in an employee's career. Unlike the competitive U.S. Civil Service and most private industry, pay is set based upon a person's grade level regardless of duty assignments. Like the U.S. Department of State and other agencies employing Foreign Service personnel, successful applicants are offered a clear path for planning their career from the intake level through the most senior executive positions. I. SELECTION Selection for the NEP program is based upon a highly competitive screening process. Consequently, applicants meeting the basic requirements may not go through the entire screening/interview/selection process. Candidates are evaluated on the basis of academic credentials, related overseas and/or domestic development professional experience, and other relevant factors. Applications are screened for basic eligibility, such as: education, and experience which demonstrates the applicant's ability to accomplish professional development work. Following the screening, the successful applicants for each occupational category are invited to come to Washington at their own expense for training although all Expenses made are reimbursed along with salary: A. Location city: Manchester Location country: United Kingdom Closing date: Open Tenure: Full Time Job Position: Environmental Officer Salary: circa $109,000 + benefits package Vacancy Announcement Number: 05-EO-PMSS-407520 They are responsible for development oversight, management, and evaluation of programs in the following areas:bio-diversity, Conservation, forestry, wildlife management, water and coastal Resources management, environmental education, environmental policy, environmentally sustainable agriculture, community based natural resources management, urban and industrial pollution reduction, urban planning and management (including such areas as housing, water and sanitation), urban and housing finance, energy efficiency and conservation, renewable energy applications, clean energy technologies, energy sector planning and global climate change. Environment Officers apply both a technical knowledge of their program area and a variety of management and program evaluation knowledge in order to ensure that projects meet the needs of UNASG's partners and customers in a cost-effective manner. B. Location city: Bordeaux Location country: France Closing date: Open Tenure: Full Time Job Position: Financial Management Officer Salary: circa $134,678 + benefits package Vacancy Announcement Number: 06-FMO-PMSS-407520 They direct the accounting and payment operations worldwide. In addition, they provide significant, levels of advisory services to all levels of the mission and host country governments. This includes administrative, operational and program matters concerning financial, budgetary and resource management and implementation issues. C. Location city: Amsterdam Location country: The Netherlands Closing date: Open Tenure: Full Time Job Position: Program/Project Development Officer Salary: circa $115,000 + benefits package Vacancy Announcement Number: 07PDO-PMSS-407520 They are responsible for strategy development, policy formulation, performance reporting, project management, and public outreach. They are looked upon to ensure that the Mission's operational procedures are designed to elicit teamwork, emphasize shared values, are known programming priorities, and reward innovation. Program/Project development officers must be able to apply leadership and management skills in order to ensure that program activities are designed and implemented to achieve stated objectives, within resource constraints and in a timely manner. D. Location city: Nassau and Toronto, Location country: Bahamas and Canada Closing date: Open Tenure: Full Time Job Position: Population/Health/Nutrition Officer Salary: circa $156,000 + benefits package Vacancy Announcement Number: 08-PHNO-PMSS-407520 Responsible for development, oversight, management (staff, financial, and technical resources), and evaluation of PHN programs that may include any or all of the following areas: primary health care (including immunizations, acute respiratory infections, diarrheal diseases), maternal/child health (including safe motherhood), population/family planning (reproductive health). HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, infectious diseases (including malaria, TB, antimicrobial resistance, surveillance), nutrition/micronutrients, water and sanitation, environmental health, social marketing, demography, population, health or nutrition policy, operations research in population, health or nutrition, biomedical/clinical research (including vaccines, antimicrobial resistance, malaria, TB, neonatal, contraceptive technology), epidemiology, logistics management, national pharmaceutical management and health economics. Population/Health/Nutrition Officers apply both a technical knowledge of their program area and a variety of management and program evaluation expertise in order to ensure that projects meet the needs of UNASG's partners and customers in a cost-effective manner. E. Location city: Abu Dhabi and Durban, Location country: U.A.E and South Africa Closing date: Open Tenure: Full Time Job Position: Executive Officer Salary: circa $121,000 + benefits package Vacancy Announcement Number: 09-EO-PMSS-407520 Oversee a wide range of administrative and logistical support functions including personnel management, contracting, procurement, property management, motor pool management, travel management, employee/family housing and maintenance management. In addition to having direct responsibility for providing the daily support of the agency's field mission, duties include planning for future personnel and procurement requirements at the assigned duty station. F. Location city: Tokyo and Honiara, Location country: Japan and Solomon Island Closing date: Open Tenure: Full Time Job Position: Education Development Officer Salary: circa $169,000 + benefits package Vacancy Announcement Number: 010-EDO-PMSS-407520 Analyze, advise, and assist with the development of host country education human resources and manpower planning systems. Strategies are designed to improve existing education programs as well as to promote organizational competencies and skills acquisition related to both individual and institutional development. Duties include participation in Agency policy formulation, sector analysis, program and project design, program monitoring, and evaluation of activities in education and human resources. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS/SELECTION Applicants are selected on the basis of academic credentials, experience and other relevant factors. Successful Applicants are invited to come to Washington, for an interview/ Training. Candidates are interviewed on their related knowledge, skills and abilities. Application is open to all interested applicants from any nationality. RETIREMENT AND ANNUITIES New Entrants employed with USCD may retire voluntarily after 20 Yearsof service. Retirement is mandatory at age 65. The maximum period of Creditable service is 35 years. HOW TO APPLY Please send your cover letter and resume/CV to: recruitment@uscd-org.asso.ws OR Fax:1206-338-2210 Dr.Patrick Bruce Head, Recruitment and Placement Unit Human Resources Management Service UNITED STATES CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT Two UN Plaza, 24th Floor New York, NY 10017

  22. #22 kaerkes 27 de jun. 2006

    Recupero esta oferta laboral ya que ha durado menos de un minuto en la portada. Gracias.

  23. #23 hartza 27 de jun. 2006

    No estan nada mal los puestitos, pero que nada mal...

  24. #24 kaerkes 27 de jun. 2006

    Pues ale a enviar CV.!

  25. #25 hartza 27 de jun. 2006

    Lo malo es que esos sueldos indican que la experiencia solicitada es de 10-15 anyos en un puesto de similares caracteristicas (excepto, tal vez, el primero, que apunta mas a 5 anyos de experiencia)... Yo, como todavia soy joven, no puedo de momento acceder al de Amsterdam, que es el que me interesaba. Cachis!

  26. #26 kaerkes 31 de jul. 2006

    Otro puestecito elegante en Africa: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Senior Water Resources Management Specialist (The World Bank) This position, based in Niamey, Niger, is part of a team working in the 23 countries in the Africa region and in some of the 31 international river basins across Western and Central Africa on technical assistance in such fields as water supply, urban planning, economics, sanitary engineering and water resources management. Among other responsibilities, the incumbent would handle analytical and advisory work related to water resources management, including support to client countries in developing national water resources policies and strategies. The successful candidate will have strong operational experience in integrated water resources management in developing countries, ideally in river basins, and working experience in Sub Sahara Africa. Minimum requirements include an advanced degree in a field relevant to water resources management and a minimum eight years of relevant experience. The deadline for applications is August 15. More at: http://tinyurl.com/meth3

  27. #27 kaerkes 20 de sep. 2006

    Un puesto de trabajo en Nepal. Recomendado especialmente para alguno. Vacancy Announcement The International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development was established in 1983 in Kathmandu, Nepal, serving eight regional member countries of the Hindu Kush-Himalayas and the global mountain community. As a mountain learning and knowledge Centre, ICIMOD seeks to develop and provide innovative solutions, in cooperation with over 300 regional and international partners, which foster action and change for overcoming mountain people’s economic, social and physical vulnerability. This mission is carried out through acting as a multidisciplinary documentation Centre, a focal point for training and applied research activities and a consultative Centre in scientific and technical matters for the countries of the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region at their request. In 2003 ICIMOD embarked on a new five-year strategic plan to address: Natural Resources Management; Agriculture and Rural Income Diversification; Water Resources and Hazard Management; Culture, Equity and Governance; Knowledge Management; and Policy and Partnership Development. ICIMOD is seeking to recruit a qualified person for the following vacant professional level position for which applications are now invited. 1. Natural Resources Management Specialist - (IP) Preferably a PhD or Post Graduate or equivalent academic background in agriculture, forestry, natural resources, environmental economics, or related fields, with minimum 8 years of work experience in related fields of which a substantial part has been gained in the HKH region. Further information on the vacancy, including Terms of Reference for the position, can be found at http://www.icimod.org/home/vacancies/vacancies.content.php?vid=9 or can be requested from the address below. Applications with complete curriculum vitae together with the names and addresses of three referees should be sent to the following address by 13 October 2006. - Applications from qualified women and disadvantaged section of the society are strongly encouraged. - Only short- listed candidates will be notified. Personnel Officer, ICIMOD, GPO Box 3226, Kathmandu, Nepal Tel: (00977-1) 5525313; Fax: (00977-1) 5524509 / 5536747 e-mail: personnel@icimod.org

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