Title: Conservation and management planning Consultants
- Contribute to the development of a comprehensive documentation of the site through collection of different forms of data including (maps, aerial photos, plans, texts, bibliography and any available inventories and sources).
- Participate in the required field surveys to update and upgrade existing data and to collect new data including data entry and analysis concerning historic buildings, cultural landscape and archaeology.
- Produce geo-referenced thematic maps and other visualizations of the site as requested by the supervisors using GIS mapping.
- Contribute to the establishment of a comprehensive database to be utilized as a tool to manage the urban and cultural heritage in Sabastiya.
- Support in drafting certain parts of the conservation and management plan as requested by the supervisors.
- Assist in organizing consultation meetings and activities with the local community and line ministries.
جميع الحقوق محفوظة لموقع جوبس.
- University degree in architecture, urban planning, archaeology, cultural landscape or any other related field. Advanced university degree in urban conservation planning is an asset.
- Minimum of two years of professional experience in cultural heritage safeguarding projects, preferably with knowledge in architectural heritage, cultural landscape and archaeology. Experience in UNESCO-led projects is an asset.
- Proven capacity in the field of surveying and data collection, in at least one of the following domains: archaeology, cultural landscape and historic buildings and towns.
- Proven ability to work with geo-referenced mapping including in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Strong knowledge in AutoCAD, Illustrator, InDesign and other software programs is an asset.
- Knowledge of the Palestinian context, in particular cultural heritage related issues.
- Proven ability to work in a team, particularly in a multi-cultural and multi-stakeholder setting, from national government to grass-root levels.
- Attentive to details and ability to focus on results for the beneficiaries.
- Actively works towards continuing personal learning and development.
- Both English and Arabic languages are strongly desirable.
By the deadline date of 29 May 2019 at midnight (Ramallah time), please submit your CV and cover letter via email to: [email protected]
Please label the email subject line “UNESCO/CLT Conservation and management planning consultant "
A competency-based oral interview will be used in the evaluation of candidates.