22.10.2010 -

National Architect Consultant in NHM

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Post Title: National Architect Consultant; Location: UNESCO, Tirana Project Office, Albania; Duration of Assignment: 4 months; Type of Contract: Special Service Agreement (SSA); Educational Background: University degree in architecture; Work Experience: 10 years of relevant and demonstrable experience in the design of interior (public) space; Tentative starting date: 4 November 2010; Deadline for Application: 28 October 2010 until 5:00pm


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The individual shall be:

- Experience in projects of high public profile dealing with details and system integration for multiple types of materials and related details,

- University Degree in Architecture

- Ability to work between concept and construction documents in a demonstrable way

- Provided in-situ, secondary oversight of installation works of public premises of similar size in the past.

- Developed similar scope of work/terms of reference/briefing documents for successful completion of civil works in the past five years.

- Will have worked nationally in their field of practice,

- 10+ years of relevant and demonstrable experience in the design of interior (public) space.

- Knowledge and demonstrable experience in the use of computer programs/rendering software/image editing software (such as Photoshop);

- Demonstrable experience in coordinating various consultants during construction administration/implementation phases to reflect changes made in drawing to accompany the process. The selected individual will follow the process through until completion.

- Licensed architect for project supervision for oversight/construction administration and project sign off, ideally with combinations A and B type licenses/Levels 1 and 2.


Applications shall be emailed to Zhulieta Harasani at z.harasani(at)unesco.org by 28 October 2010, 17:00, with the following reference:

REF: National Architect for the NHM Conference Hall

MDG-F UN JP ‘Culture and Heritage for Social and Economic Development’

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