The Cambodia Climate Change Alliance (CCCA) is a multi-donor initiative funded by EU, Sida, and UNDP with a comprehensive and innovative approach to address climate change in Cambodia. The overall objective is to strengthen national systems and capacities to support the coordination and implementation of Cambodia's climate change response, contributing to a greener, low carbon, climate-resilient, equitable, sustainable and knowledge-based society. The specific objective is to contribute to the implementation of the Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan 2014-2023.
CCCA is seeking for qualified, talented, and result-oriented candidates to fill the positions below:
Job Title: Climate Related Data and Information
Reports to: Management Expert
Contract Type: Result 3 Team Leader
Duration of Assignment: Individual Consultant 60 working days (November 2015 - February 2016)
Job Title: Website Developer for the Climate Change Knowledge and Information System
Reports to: Result 3 Team Leader
Contract Type: Individual Consultant
Duration of Assignment: 30 working days (November - December 2015)
Please visit http://camclimate.ora.kh/en/vacancies.html or contact the Department of Climate Change for detailed ToRs and financial proposal form.
To apply, please send a cover letter, a curriculum vitae (including names of three referees) and financial proposal to the following address:
Department of Climate Change, Ministry of Environment
3rd Floor, No. 111, Sothearos Blvd (St. No. 3), Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA
Tel: 023 663 8370/089 887 884
Closing date: 18 November 2015 (17:00)
Women are encouraged to apply. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
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