Interviews and contracting will be done on a first come, first serve rolling basis
International Institute for Sustainable Development
Timelines: (on a part–time basis)
– First period: Start asap, maximum by end–April until end of May
– Second period: start mid– to end–June, until end of October
IISD is seeking a part–time researcher / policy analyst to work with the Lead of MEL for Adaptation on
one, or a series of short briefings, that will address the themes of the remaining GlaSS workshops, and
ultimately COP28. The first briefing will focus on providing an overview of MEL concepts and principles
for setting and assessing potential targets and goals under the GGA, along with the key challenges and
benefits associated with different methodological options.
The applicant should have a good understanding, and ideally experience of implementing, of MEL systems, concepts and
activities. Also an understanding of, and experience of researching global and national sustainable development
policies and issues, and preferably on climate adaptation policies and issues should be present. Furthermore IISD is looking for people with awareness, and ideally understanding, of UNFCCC processes. Excellent document analysis and writing skills, with preferably additional experience in conducting key informant interviews with policy makers is required.
For more information on the timelines/budget and how to apply, please visit: IISD ToR – Research on the GGA_April 2023
If this sounds like you, we encourage you to apply now.