[HOT] EUROSHA project staffing
s at henriod.info
Sat Feb 2 19:51:48 GMT 2013
Thanks Séverin for the introduction
Some of you might already know me, either from this list or from elsewhere.
I'd be happy to reply if there is anything else you would like to know
about me, either on my experiences or on my motivation!
I am very excited to take part to this project and to the perspective of
meeting again with the EUROSHA volunteers whose training I helped
facilitating last year.
I now need to gear up a little bit about the current activities of the team
"Le mot progrès n'aura aucun sens tant qu'il y aura des enfants malheureux"
-- Albert Einstein
"A journey does not need reasons. Before long, it proves to be reason
enough in itself. One thinks that one is going to make a journey, yet soon
it is the journey that makes or unmakes you." -- Nicolas Bouvier
Photos de voyages, photos de montagne: http://www.henriod.info
On Sat, Feb 2, 2013 at 1:48 AM, Severin MENARD <severin.menard at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am writing to let you know about the decision taken for the EUROSHA
> project staffing.
> Stéphane Henriod has been hired for the EUROSHA Project Field
> Coordinator position and will be deploying for HOT 3 weeks this month
> to complete the follow-up field support of the EUROSHA volunteers team
> in Kenya. Stéphane is an experienced OSM mapper with a strong
> background in both geography and GIS, giving him an excellent
> knowledge of all aspects related to spatial information (data
> modeling, data collection and management, analysis, production of
> graphical outputs) and of numerous software solutions, both open
> source and proprietary.
> He also has a long experience of humanitarian work and fields
> (Afghanistan, Tajikistan) where he has put his knowledge into practice
> in various fields (use of natural resources, natural disaster risk
> management, post-disaster remote assessment) and contexts
> (International Organizations, NGOs, private sector).
> Last but not least, Stéphane is also active in HOT remote events (Camp
> Roberts in Ethiopia, 2012 Iran quake, Padang) and has been
> promoting OSM and HOT to various actors in Central Asia, while
> starting the coordination of OSM activities in Tajikistan
> (http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tajikistan), creating especially
> the first freely available map of the town of Khorog.
> I look forward to our work together!
> I would like to thank you all the applicants for the position. As I
> have already been requested by applicants that would like to get
> feedback regarding their application and advice to make it stronger, I
> will do it for any former applicant interested. And new positions will
> be published (very) soon...
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