Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH invites application from suitable and qualified professionals for the Local and Provisional Economic Development/Green Resilient Agricultural Productive Ecosystems (GRAPE) Project. LPED/GRAPE is a joint Nepali-German Project under the guidance of the Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation (MoLCPA), Government of Nepal with Technical Assistance by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and co-financed by the European Union and Finland. The overall volume of the project is 18,35 Mio. EUR. The overall objective of the Project is that framework conditions for local economic development in selected (rural and urban) municipalities and value chains at local and provincial level are improved. The Project has four output areas: Economic Governance: The project supports municipality-level stakeholders in creating beneficial framework conditions for agriculture-based actors and for climate-resilient value chains. This is done by supporting climate-sensitive planning and investments on the municipality level. Action Research:This field of action enables change through innovation. The project includes the development and testing of climate smart solutions that suit specific regions as well as the market. It will also enable cooperation by connecting research institutions with stakeholders along the value chain. Rolling-Out: Sustainable approaches identified through research or tested approach will be promoted through intermediaries and implemented on a larger scale by farmers, cooperatives, and producer groups. Scaling-Up:The knowledge, instruments, good practices and policy recommendations developed on the local level will be presented to a larger and diverse audience at provincial and national level to encourage a scaling-up of climate-resilient and water-efficient approaches in agricultural value chains. Under the overall supervision of Chief Technical Advisor (CTA), the position holder (junior professional) is ensures the management and implementation of the project’s communication and visibility (C&V) plan and for the support of general project communication as per corporate design.