If you’re passionate about forests and want to have a global impact on saving this vital resource by working at the critical nexus of private and public sectors, then this is the perfect opportunity for you. CDP is seeking a highly motivated individual to lead on the development and implementation of an ambitious Monitoring and Evaluation program spanning two projects funded by the Norwegian government.
The successful candidate will work with various colleagues across CDP to help them collect, store and analyze their data, ensuring that the information gathered is used to make evidence-based decisions and improve outcomes and impact for catalyzing action among the private sector and financial institutions working towards zero deforestation.
Reporting to the Forests Program Manager (of the two projects) and the Director of Forests, and working closely with internal stakeholders, the incumbent will drive the development and implementation of M&E approaches in support of the Forest’s program theory of change
About CDP’s forests program
CDP’s forests program works to remove commodity driven deforestation from corporate value chains to effectively contribute to a below 2degree, water secure world; and to decouple deforestation from forest risk commodity production. CDP’s work on forests was launched in 2014 and now boasts the backing of 525 financial institutions with over $96 trillion in assets. The program provides critical forests related data from the world’s largest corporations that buy, sell or trade key forests risk commodities (cattle products, palm oil, soy products and timber). The data is used to inform the global market place on investment risk and commercial opportunity, and to catalyse action, supporting companies in their efforts to remove deforestation from their supply chains.
The role will be fixed term contract starting as soon as possible and ending 28 Feb 2021.
Salary range: £28,000 - £30,000 per annum dependent on experience.
Key responsibilities include:
Required skills and experience:
Desired skills and experience:
Please email your CV and a covering letter (which should be no more than two pages) setting out how you meet the required skills and experience and key responsibilities to: [email protected] with M&E Officer, Forests in the subject line by 5pm Sun 28 April.
Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK. Interviews are planned for the week of 29 April 2019.