Pacific Cost-Benefit Analysis Initiative (P-CBA) Coordinator

Pacific Cost-Benefit Analysis Initiative (P-CBA) Coordinator

The Pacific Cost-Benefit Analysis (P-CBA) Initiative is a collaborative initiative, jointly implemented by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Deutsche Gesellshaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS), USAID Adapt Asia-Pacific and the University of the South Pacific (USP).

The objective of the P-CBA initiative is to support Pacific Island Countries (PIC) governments to develop and implement high quality policy and project interventions that meet their population’s development objectives taking climate and disaster risks into account. The Programme Coordinator will be responsible for the overall oversight and steering of the programme, including support to the institutionalisation within the University of the South Pacific course structure and the overall monitoring and evaluation of the programme. They will be supported by the partners involved in the initiative (PIFS, SPREP, SPC, UNDP, GIZ, USAID Adapt Asia-Pacific and USP).

The position is being supported by USAID-Adapt and will be a consultancy contract until the end of August 2016 based with one of the P-CBA partners (tbc) in Suva, Fiji.

Applications are invited from experienced programme managers with the ability to bring multiple partners together to support a joint work programme. Experience of working with CROP agencies and other partners and applying economic analysis tools at government level is desirable.

Expressions of Interest should include applicants CV, a technical proposal outlining the proposed approach to the work in line with the Terms of Reference and a financial proposal.

Expressions of Interest should be submitted to lbaker@adapt-asia.org and marita.manley@giz.deby Friday 24th July.

Full details of the position are attached. Women and Pacific Islanders are particularly encouraged to apply.