Conducting EIA and BIA for the sites requested for any activities within nature reserves. Assessing sites after the activities. Assist in reviewing renewable and non-renewable resource management policies, plans and regulations.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
- Monitor the cultural and human-health impacts in sites for any activities within nature reserves.
- Evaluate the potential effects of an interruption to critical business operations as a result of a disaster, accident or emergency within nature reserves.
- Determine the potential environmental, social, and health effects of a proposed development for nature reserves.
- Review renewable and non-renewable resource management policies, plans and regulations.
- Identify and evaluate the impact of disasters on sites requested for any activities the basis for investment in nature reserves recovery strategies.
- Perform any other job-related duties as required by the direct manager.
- Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s Degree Preferred)
- 8 years of relevant experience
- Written and Oral proficiency of English language.
- Excellent communication skills.
About Royal Commission for AlUla
The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) was established to protect and safeguard AlUla, a region of outstanding natural and cultural significance in North-West Saudi Arabia. RCU is embarking on a long-term plan to develop and deliver a sensitive, sustainable transformation of the region, reaffirming it as one of country’s most important archaeological and cultural destinations and preparing it to welcome visitors from around the world. RCU’s development work in AlUla encompasses a broad range of initiatives across archaeology, tourism, culture, education and the arts, reflecting the ambitious commitment to cultivate tourism and leisure in Saudi Arabia, outlined in Vision 2030.