Consultant to The Rockefeller Foundation’s Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network (ACCCRN)
Terms of Reference
Time frame: 3 months (minimum) to 6 months (maximum).
Location: Based out of Bangkok, Thailand, with 3-4 weeks in New York. Asia location is flexible, but Bangkok is preferred.
Travel: Extensive within Asia.
Overall description: Support the implementation and day-to-day management of the Rockefeller Foundation’s grant-making initiative on building climate change resilience in Asian Cities. See linked description of the Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network. [PDF, 644 Kb]
- Serve as first point of contact with local coordinators for Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network.
- Coordinate with Rockefeller Foundation staff in New York and in Bangkok.
- Manage paper flow and documentation of reports/findings/meetings relevant to initiative.
- Manage programmatic aspects of grants management.
- Work directly with and support key grantees on both:
- continued engagement with cities, and
- development of small grants at a local city level.
Specific cities will be identified by early September.
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree, Master’s degree preferred.
- At least 5 years of project management experience, preferably complex, multi-stakeholder, multi-national projects.
- At least 5 years of work experience, with substantial exposure to the nonprofit or nongovernmental sector.
- Deep experience and networks within Asia.
- Knowledge or expertise in climate change is not required.
Cristina Rumbaitis del Rio
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