DAI works at the cutting edge of international development, combining technical excellence, professional project management, and exceptional customer service to solve our clients’ most complex problems. Since 1970, DAI has worked in 150 developing and transition countries, providing comprehensive development solutions in areas including crisis mitigation and stability operations, democratic governance and public sector management, agriculture and agribusiness, private sector development and financial services, economics and trade, HIV/AIDS, avian influenza control, water and natural resources management, and energy and climate change. Clients include international development agencies, international lending institutions, private corporations and philanthropies, and host-country governments.
DAI is accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for a USAID funded program on water resource management and climate change adaptation. The program will provide scientific research support, technical assistance, and training to agency bureaus and field missions with regards to water resource impacts due to climate change. The program seeks to assess risks and vulnerabilities, support program design, and implement adaptation interventions primarily concerning water resources management.
This long-term program will be based in Washington, D.C. and will require international travel to developing countries worldwide.
DAI is seeking the following specialists:
-Integrated Water Resources Management
- Climate Change Vulnerability & Adaptation
- Water Governance and Policy
- Environmental Economics & Cost Benefit Analysis
- Natural Resource Law & Resource Use Rights
- Community Based Natural Resource Management
- Gender analysis and mainstreaming related to water resource management and use
- Monitoring and evaluation related to water and climate change
Interested candidates with a relevant advanced degree, at least 5 years of international work experience, language skills (preferred), and skill sets in any of the following areas, should submit a CV.
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