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Collaborating International Land Administration and Management Education Institution
Land Equity International
Last Date: May 15, 2009
Name Ciara Crowley
Telephone +61 2 4227 6680
Organisation Land Equity International
Organisation Description Land Equity International Pty Ltd (LEI) is an innovative and internationally experienced consulting organisation specialising in land administration, land management, titling and cadastre assistance programs. We are an Australian company with a long standing reputation for providing superior project design, project management, project implementation and project evaluation.
Website Address http://www.landequity.com.au/
Contact Person Ciara Crowley
Contact Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Telephone +61 2 4227 6680
Other Contact Details PO Box 798
Instructions Instructions for submitting applications can be found on the Land Equity International Website http://www.landequity.com.au/
Application Closing Date Friday, 15 May 2009
Job Title Collaborating International Land Administration and Management Education Institution
Type of Job Contract
Project Location – Country Philippines
Project Location – City
Job Category Finance, Governance, Rural Development, Education
Job Description Please note that this position is being advertised prior to budget approval and as such appointment of the preferred institution will be subject to AusAID approval.
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LAMP II is part of a long-term commitment by the Government of the Philippines (GOP) to Land Administration and Management reform (LAM). LEI are now seeking a Collaborating International Valuation Education Institution for a 5 month contract in the Philippines, commencing in March 2009.
The primary objective is that the International Collaborating Institution, jointly with selected Visayas State University (VSU) faculty members, will define course outlines/content/structures and then develop teaching and learning materials for a specified set of courses related to land administration and management. The VSU faculty members will then localize the developed teaching and learning materials in preparation for course/program delivery by SY 2010-2011.
The second objective is to assist in developing or further enhancing capacity in planning and delivering land administration and management courses by the VSU personnel designated as course instructors in their respective programs. This will primarily occur during a four-week Immersion Visit by the selected personnel to the chosen international collaborating institution.
Skills Required Applicants should refer to the Instructions for Applicants on LEI’s website for details.