";s:4:"text";s:5825:" The twenty-four session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP24) will be held in Katowice, Poland on 2-14 December 2018. Climate Technology Centre and Network. Provide substantive technical and policy support to UN Women partners to programme gender and climate change-related resources and provide advice on the effective use and management of different climate financing mechanisms.Experience in leading/managing a team is an asset.Minimum 7 years of progressively responsible experience at the national or international level in design, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development projects;Work closely with and provide advice to regional/ national bodies and interagency groups that influence national policies related to Climate Change and where necessary represent UN Women;Technical experience in gender and climate change;Secure a flow of information between UN Women Country Offices, the Regional Office and HQExperience coordinating and liaising with government agencies and/or donors is an asset;Awareness and Sensitivity Regarding Gender IssuesStrong knowledge of programme development, implementation, results based management and reportingKnowledge of the other UN official working language is an assetAbility to develop detailed operational plans, budgets, and deliver on themReporting to the Deputy Regional Director, the Programme Specialist is expected to engage proactively with local and regional women leaders and UN Entities to ensure gender issues are addressed on efforts related to climate change in the Asia Pacific regionIdentify and disseminate lessons learnt and good practices in collaboration with country offices;Quality reports and other strategic documents drafted and submitted in a timely mannerPromote the use and improvement of knowledge management mechanisms to share information about gender and climate change related initiativesParticipate in the implementation, monitoring and periodic updating of the resource mobilization strategy on Climate Change in the region;Strong relationships with various partners and stakeholdersDevelop and maintain strategic partnerships with other agencies, donors, NGO’s, the private sector, scientific institutions etc.to support the development regional and national gender equality and climate change strategies and initiatives, including through joint programming.Excellent knowledge of Gender and Climate ChangeAbility to write policy papers, speeches, briefings;Experience working in the UN System is an asset;Provide technical support to country office, multi-country offices and programme presences in the region in the region in mobilizing resources for the implementation of gender and climate change programmes, including those related to adaptation and mitigation (e.g. It aims to broaden and deepen policy-makers’ understanding of the benefits of addressing and incorporating the social dimensions of climate change into climate policies.
As an observer organization, the ILO seeks to contribute to global negotiations and national actions against climate change, while promoting opportunities for decent work creation and ensuring a just transition for all.This working paper explores the implications of climate change, its impacts on the world of work and the need for the work of the International Labour Office to adapt to it.