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Description of the assignment: Provincial Coordinator for Sepik Wetlands (PNG Nationals only) IC/PNG/004-2020
Duration: 196 working days
UNDP/GEF partners with the Conservation and Environment Protection Authority (CEPA) through the Sustainable Financing of Papua New Guinea’s Protected Area Network project aims to support the development and testing of mechanisms to catalyse revenue streams for conservation management in selected pilot sites, notably Sepik Wetland areas, East Sepik Province (Output 3.2). This project will support similar activities in two other pilot sites, Kimbe Bay and Bismarck Range (including Mt Wilhelm and Wanang Conservation Area).
The Provincial Coordinator will ensure the delivery and reporting of activities undertaken in the pilot site. To the extent possible, extend services to the coherence and implementation of UN-supported projects on protected areas, climate change and disaster risk management.
A detailed TOR is available from UNDP website (www.pg.undp.org under procurement section) or can be made available upon request via email to Lynette Migile on procurement.pg@undp..org .
Experience and Qualification required
- Minium Bachelors degree in environmental sciense , conservation or related discipline.
- Demonstrated expertise and experience with a minimum 4 years in biodiversity conservation, disaster risk management and development programs/projects;
- Familiarity with UNDP policies and procedures an advantage;
- Proven good networking in East Sepik Province.
Documents to be Submitted:
Updated current CV, Brief description of why the individual considers him/herself as the most suitable for the assignment and executed Letter of Confirmation of Interest and Availability using the template provided by UNDP, which can be accessed from this UNDP PNG Procurement web page.
Proposal must be submitted using this generic email firstname.lastname@example.org address only, no later than 26th February, 2020 (PNG Time). Any request for clarification must be sent in writing to Lynette Migile (procurement.pg@undp..org). UNDP will respond in writing and will publish the same response as supplementary note on UNDP procurement we site, including an explanation of the query without identifying the source of inquiry.
UNDP looks forward to receiving your Proposal and thank you in advance for your interest in UNDP procurement opportunities.