After a period of dormancy, the Caribbean Conservation Association (CCA) is undertaking to resume its activities in the region. To this end, the CCA is looking for a consultant to help implement its 5 year strategic plan for improving Caribbean environmental governance:
The Caribbean Conservation Association (CCA) has received a grant from the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and intends to apply part of the proceeds to recruit a consultant for six months to assist the CCA with the implementation of its Strategic Plan 2009 -2014 and mobilizing resources (including human resources) to finance the implementation process.
The Consultant will be required to assist the CCA with:
(a) assessing the level and sources of donor funds to support implementation of CCA’s strategic plan;
(b) developing a focused operating plan for the strategic planning period based on a realistic estimate of the level of resources which will be mobilized;
(c) marketing the strategic and operating plan to major stakeholders, including the conduct of meetings and hosting of a stakeholder forum;
(d) mobilising resources to finance the implementation of the strategic plan including meeting the cost of the human and the financial resources required for effective implementation; and
(e) recruiting human resources to fill key positions including that of Executive Director.
Find out more in this request for Statements of Capability [pdf]. Submissions are due on or before July 20, 2010.