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Bangladesh Vacancy Announcement # 72038821R00007– Climate Change Advisor, USPSC (Resident Hire), GS-13

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Applicable for US Citizens Only

The Climate Change Advisor (CCA) will be a key advisor to the Mission’s Environment, Energy and climate change portfolio. The CCA will be a member of the Mission’s Economic Growth Office and a member of the Environment and Enterprise and Energy (E3) Team. This is a challenging and exciting position located in one of USAID’s largest and growing development programs in South Asia. The principal function of the CCA is to support climate change adaptation, mitigation and natural resource management programming of the USAID/Bangladesh Mission, provide strategic and technical guidance and leadership in climate-related topics for the Economic Growth team and help develop strategic partnerships with stakeholders – all aiming to achieve measurable results in reducing the impacts of climate change and improving environmental conditions in Bangladesh. The Climate Change Advisor will also support USAID/Bangladesh mission’s efforts in integrating cross-sectoral climate smart solutions in the areas of food security, enterprise development, renewable and clean energy, energy efficiency, trade, natural resources management, health, governance and education.   

 

Definitions:

Resident Hire USPSC:  A U.S. citizen who, at the time of hire as a PSC, resides in the cooperating country as a spouse or dependent of a U.S. citizen employed by a U.S. government agency or under any U.S. government-financed contract or agreement, or for reasons other than for employment with a U.S. government agency or under any U.S. government-financed contract or agreement. A U.S. citizen for purposes of this definition also includes persons who at the time of contracting are lawfully admitted permanent residents of the United States.

 

Opening Date: July 13, 2021

Closing Date: Open until filled

 

Application form for Employment:

Application Form for Federal Employment: AID-309-2

Last updated: August 23, 2021

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