Job Application for Climate Risk and Early Warning Expert - IPSA12 - part-time (70%) - Home-based

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* Do you have a Master’s degree or higher in physical/climate sciences, environmental/ Geographical/geospatial sciences, environmental economics, climate change adaptation/mitigation, international development with a specialization in climate change adaptation or other closely related fields?
(200 words or under)

* Do you have 10 years’ experience in the use of modeling tools and techniques to guide decision making in one or more of the following: climate change modeling and downscaling, agricultural and water resource-related impacts modelling, sea-level rise and coastal impacts, climate change decision making under uncertainty, risk and vulnerability assessments, environmental monitoring/remote sensing, geospatial technologies, adaptation planning?
(200 words or under)

* Do you have demonstrated technical and scientific knowledge (through peer reviewed publications etc.) in the area of climate and impact modeling, risk/vulnerability assessments and adaptation to climate change?
(200 words or under)

* Do you have demonstrated capacity to work globally and interact with global and regional networks of partners, including multi-lateral and bi-lateral donors, CSOs, academic institutions and government institutions, e.g. meteorological/hydrological (NHMS) and disaster management institutions?
(200 words or under)

* Do you have demonstrable experience in providing technical support to developing countries in the area of climate information, impact modeling, early warning systems and related fields?
(200 words or under)


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