Climate Change Consultant, Oxfam – West Africa

Published 14:47 on January 14, 2019  /  Last updated at 14:47 on January 14, 2019  /  Job Postings  /  No Comments

To deliver an impactful climate change program, and achieve its vision for a resilient West Africa, Oxfam will need to build equal and mutually benefitting alliances with a broad range of like-minded and diverse actors in West Africa.

Deadline: Jan. 21 2019

Location: Flexible/Homebased (subject to being able to establish a consultancy contract)

Contract: Consultancy

Rate: In line with Oxfam Values & according to location

Oxfam is an international confederation of 19 organisations networked together in more than 90 countries, as part of a global movement for change, to build a future free from the injustice of poverty. The Oxfam International Secretariat is currently headquartered in Nairobi, with offices in Oxford, Washington DC, New York, Brussels, Geneva, and a liaison office with the Africa Union in Addis Ababa.

This consultancy will provide support to the WAF Regional platform and will be overseen by the  West Africa Resilience Programme and Learning Coordinator

The Role

To deliver an impactful climate change program, and achieve its vision for a resilient West Africa, Oxfam will need to build equal and mutually benefitting alliances with a broad range of like-minded and diverse actors in West Africa. Oxfam is therefore looking for a consultant to identify opportunities for creating partnerships to deliver its programme, but also to better influence, learn and innovate in order to achieve

Please see the Terms of Reference  for further details.

How to apply

If you believe your qualifications meet the requirements, please send your CV and cover letter and proposals as per the TOR to wafrpadmin@oxfam.org. Please mark the reference of the consultancy in the subject line.  For further details, see here.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 

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