Climate Change Vulnerability Manager
The Climate Change Vulnerability Manager oversee project implementation and work group activities, regularly monitoring performance even established operational and activities plans and budget. He/she will maintain open and constant communication with MARN (Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources), is responsible for ensuring the technical quality of all activities, progress reporting to the MARN and GCF Secretariat, and overseeing monitoring and evaluation activities, including identifying and systematizing lessons learned. He/she develop and execute workplans for their groups and may work together to achieve the broader vulnerability functional outcomes according to National Climate Change Adaption Plan (PANCC).
- Develop annual work plan to implement the project
- Provide quality control for the project implementation for different regions where the project will be implemented;
- Support guide to field team in terms of vulnerability assessment and adaptation plans including methodologies to achieve field results;
- Work closely with entities as GCF Secretariat, MARN, SEGEPLAN and Municipalities to communicate the outputs and outcomes achievements;
- Review field outputs according to annual work plan and analyse new data collected from the field and provide monthly monitoring and evaluation results via monthly updates and annual learning workshops;
- Work closely with consultant firms to produce maps and provide the information required for project as vulnerability data; and
- Develop implementing progress reports for donors according to the timeframes required by the projects.
- At least Bachelor’s degree in environmental studies, Natural Resource Management, Economics, Social Sciences or a related field required; Master degree preferably;
- 7 years of proven experience like supporting and supervising project implementation;
- Solid knowledge of climate change adaptation, plans and assessment to estimate its vulnerability;
- Demonstrated experience in natural resources and social analysis and reporting with international organizations, project´s design and monitoring;
- Strong computers skills (MS Office Suite, analysis software); Ability to support development and maintenance of a PMP data management system, including providing training, materials/tools, and ongoing guidance to project data providers;
- Excellent written, oral and graphical communication skills in Spanish, English is necessary;
- Strong interpersonal communication and teamwork skills and skills to work with an interdisciplinary team; and
- Ability and willingness to travel at least 30% of the time at nationally regions.
Commensurate with experience.
Only candidates authorized to work in Guatemala will be considered.