[TimorLesteStudies] Consultants required for Maka'as Timor-Leste
bu.wilson at anu.edu.au
Thu Sep 27 15:11:39 EST 2012
Title: Consultant MAKAS’AS Timor Leste
Location: Home Based and Timor Leste
Position Type: Consultancy
CARE has received funding for 2.5 years from AusAID as part of the AusAID Community-Based Climate Change Action Grants for the implementation of Mudansa Klimatica iha Ambiente Seguru (MAKA’AS), Climate Change in a Secure Environment in Timor-Leste. The grant commenced in July 2012.
CARE is seeking three short-term consultants to work together with CARE, WaterAid and partner organisation staff to deliver a comprehensive information set including: a baseline report that provides relevant and clear data to measure the impact of the project; a gender and power analysis and strategy; and environmental impact assessment (appropriate to the scope and budget of the project) against which project effectiveness and impact can be monitored and measured.
The three consultants will be:
A baseline specialist
An environmental impact assessment specialist
A gender specialist with expertise in the Timor-Leste context
CARE Timor-Leste would prefer consultants to apply as a team, however individual consultants are also encouraged to apply for specific roles within the scope of services as CARE will consider the option of building a team from individual applicants that meet the requirements of the consultancy.
All applications should include a completed application cover sheet, current resume, up to three page statement of capability and methodology and approach to be taken, and a full quotation (please refer to Scope of Services for further details).
Full details of this position can be found on the CARE Australia website www.care.org.au(http://www.care.org.au/).
Applications should be emailed to: mirko.gamezarias at careint.org
Applications close: 07/10/2012
Dr Bu V.E. Wilson
T: Australia +61 0 407 087 086
T: Timor-Leste + 670 744 0011
E: buvewilson at gmail.com
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