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DFID Caribbean seeks a Climate and Disaster Resilience Adviser

The key function of the role will be to provide technical co-leadership for the implementation of the existing Smart Health Facilities in the Caribbean programme.

The programme aims to provide safer, greener health facilities in 8 Caribbean countries to deliver care in disasters, generate operational savings and reduce disaster losses; and for the design of the new Resilience and Reconstruction Programme to improve the climate and disaster resilience of Caribbean countries.

It will also involve technical oversight for the Caribbean components of centrally managed programmes under the Participatory Programme on Climate Resilience and the Global Climate Fund. In addition the post-holder will have joint responsibility for leading DFID Caribbean’s support to disaster preparedness, disaster risk reduction and climate and disaster resilience building across the region.

Closing date of applications is midnight on 12 June, 2018.

For more information, contact DFID Caribbean.


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