Job Openings & RFPs

The NDC Partnership seeks highly knowledgeable and passionate climate and development leaders to join its Support Unit. Please explore available opportunities below.


Job Openings


  • Gender and Youth Specialist: The NDC Partnership is committed to supporting countries in driving gender equality and meaningful youth engagement in their NDC implementation and engagement—a commitment embodied in a Gender Strategy and a new Youth Engagement Plan launched in December 2020. This position will play an integral role in ensuring that the Support Unit can discharge its responsibilities in the implementation of these plans, facilitating action by members and tracking progress. This position is remote due to COVID-19 but will be based in Washington, DC once restrictions have lifted.


Requests for Proposals


  • Technical Assistance for Rwanda: The NDC Partnership seeks a short term technical assistant to support Rwanda in developing an implementation framework for the updated NDC. This framework will draw together components from existing investment plans and implementation strategies and plans. The consultant will also support the migration of the implementation framework to the NDC Partnership’s online Partnership Plan tool.  The consultant will work closely with the Ministry of Environment, the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning and the Rwanda Green Fund. The deadline for applications is January 20. 

  • NDC Partnership Monitoring & Evaluation Support: The NDC Partnership will begin its new five-year 2021-2025 Work Program in January 2021. The Work Program and accompanying Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) framework outlines a theory of change and results framework, along with a set of performance indicators to support the achievement of key results and ultimately, higher-level impact. The NDC Partnership Support Unit is seeking a firm to provide technical support in refining the Partnership's new M&E framework. This includes elaborating data collection methodologies and means of verification for indicators, as well as developing a set of detailed recommendations on potential improvements to support systematic progress tracking, review, and reporting against the Partnership's results framework and theory of change. Work is expected to begin in February and to be completed within three months' time. The deadline for expressions of interest and any questions is 11 January 2021. The deadline for proposals is 25 January 2021.


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