Terminal Evaluator

Job categories Project Management, Environment
Vacancy code VA/2019/B5002/18723
Level ICS-11
Department/office ECR, AUMCO, Water and Energy Cluster
Duty station Home based
Contract type International ICA
Contract level IICA-3
Duration Expected final deliverable due November 30th 2020
Application period 18-Oct-2019 to 03-Nov-2019

Applications to vacancies must be received before midnight Copenhagen time (CET) on the closing date of the announcement.

This vacancy is closed.

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The UNOPS Water and Energy Cluster

UNOPS Water and Energy Cluster (WEC) supports the design and management of multi-stakeholder initiatives by providing services in financial and grant management, procurement, human resources, and project management.The cluster has supported projects in the areas of water resource management, climate change adaptation, mitigation and transparency, energy access and distribution and environmental conservation under the Paris Agreement. 

The WEC has also supported operations and financial management services, in Vienna, the rest of the ECR region and beyond.The main partners include UN agencies, bilateral agreements (with the Nordics, Germany, and Italy ), the Green Climate Fund and several NGOs (such as CIFF and CWF).

The UNDP/GEF “CLME+ Project”

The Caribbean and North Brazil Shelf Large Marine Ecosystems (jointly referred to as CLME+) are two of the world’s 66 Large Marine Ecosystems. Together, they cover a total marine area of ± 4.4 million km2. This vast marine space is a major contributor to regional socio-economic development and is key to many globally important ecological processes. The CLME+ region is bordered by over 35 States and Territories, and is therefore considered one of the most geopolitically diverse and complex marine regions in the world.

A US$ 12,5 million grant was released by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) -through the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)- to support the execution of a new 5-year Project (the “CLME+ Project”; 2015-2020). This project is seeking to catalyze the implementation of the larger 10-year, region-wide “CLME+ 10-year Strategic Action Programme (SAP) which provides Governments and Inter-Governmental Organisations (IGOs) with a roadmap to reverse degradation of the marine environment and to secure its important resource base. The SAP had been endorsed at the political level by 35 Ministers representing 25 countries and 6 overseas territories from the region.

The CLME+ Project consists of five complementary and inter-linked components. The 5 components reflect the Project Rationale and Strategy, and are designed to collectively deliver the Project’s objective: Facilitating EBM/EAF (Ecosystem-based Management/ Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries) in the CLME+ for the sustainable and climate resilient provision of goods and services from shared living marine resources.

Frame the evaluation effort using the criteria of relevance, effectivene...

Education and Experience Advanced University degree in Natural Resource...

Develops and implements sustainable business strategies, thinks long term and ex...

Contract type:  International Individual Contract Agreement (IICA) Con...

Please note that the closing date is midnight Copenhagen time. Applications ...
Additional information
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This vacancy is closed.


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