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International Organisation hiring Chief Of Party for Biodiversity Project


Washington DC, United States of America, 23 February 2015

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International Organisation Recruiting for DC-based Biodiversity Project.

International Organisation is currently recruiting qualified candidates for the DC-based, USAID-funded Biodiversity Results and Integrated Development Gains Enhanced (BRIDGE) program. BRIDGE will support USAID and partners to better integrate biodiversity for improved outcomes in conservation and other international development sectors. Expected results under BRIDGE include: Integration of biodiversity and other development sectors in USAID supported by building the internal enabling environment and technical capacity with the Agency for integration; the evidence base for biodiversity and development integration improved and used by decision makers to influence development practice; and broader external constituencies identified and engaged to support integration.

Chief of Party/Biodiversity Conservation Specialist: The COP is responsible for the overall planning and management of all activities. The COP will be responsible for the management of staff and consultants and the coordination of activities and deliverables, will have oversight of work plans and project financial management, and will report to the COR on a regular basis on the status of major actions. The COP will be a liaison with USAID and other partner institutions, and will represent the project through written or verbal presentations as requested. Together with other Key Personnel, the COP will develop and maintain relationships with key institutions, such as other international donors, private sector actors, NGO's and research bodies critical to the success of the project.

Location: Washington, DC.

Submission Deadline: 14 March 2015

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