2019-01-04

Vacancy for a Nutrition And Food Systems Officer (Food Losses and Waste) at FAO, closes on January 8th

FAO is currently seeking a Nutrition And Food Systems Officer (Food Losses and Waste) to be based in Rome, Italy. This is a 2 year post with possibility for extension, dealine for application is on January 8th.


Technical Focus:

Support to and participation in work programmes related to the post-harvest systems management with a focus on reduction of food loss and food waste. Strengthen food systems, through technical, economic, social and policy support targeted to the development of micro, small and medium agro-industry and post-harvest systems management.


To apply, visit the iRecruitment website at http://www.fao.org/employment/irecruitment-access/en/ and complete your online profile. Only applications received through iRecruitment will be considered.

Vacancy Announcement No: IRC6041

Post Number: 0066583

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