The Southern African Science Service Centre for Climate Change and Adaptive Land Management (SASSCAL) has been established by five Southern African countries: Angola, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zambia with financial support from the Federal Republic of Germany. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is SASSCAL’s main Donor. The overall objective of SASSCAL is to improve the livelihoods of people and to enhance adaptive land use and sustainable economic development in Southern Africa under global change conditions with particular focus on five thematic areas of Agriculture, Biodiversity, Climate, Forestry and Water. SASSCAL focuses on research, capacity development and the provision of appropriate products and services aimed at mitigating and/or dealing with some of the likely impacts of Climate Change.
SASSCAL invites applications for the position of a PROJECT TECHNICAL EXPERT for the H2Atlas-AFRICA project. The H2ATLAS-AFRICA project is centred on assessing the potential of generating Hydrogen Energy in sub-Saharan Africa from the renewable energy resources in the SADC region.
SASSCAL seeks a candidate qualified to lead technical aspects of the project and ensure close collaboration with the H2Atlas National Teams, SASSCAL Management, and SASSCAL staff to define the project scope, goals and making sure that deliverables are met on time. Duty station will be at the Regional Secretariat, in Windhoek, Namibia. Reporting to SASSCAL Executive Director.
Minimum educational qualification:
Applications should be sent to:
The Executive Director, Dr. Jane Olwoch,
SASSCAL Regional Secretariat,
28 Robert Mugabe Avenue (Corner of Robert Mugabe and Newton Street
PO Box 87292,