Call for accreditation panel member

Call for accreditation panel member

The CDM Executive Board, at its forty-fifth meeting, agreed to launch a call for experts in order to replace two outgoing members of the CDM-AP with a view to prepare a shortlist of experts for consideration by the Board at its forty-seventh meeting.

The Board requested the secretariat to open a call for experts starting on 18 February 2009, 17:00 GMT and ending at 31 March 2009 at 17:00 GMT. The Board encouraged current CDM-AP members to submit their applications for automatic inclusion in the shortlist, should they wish to continue.

Competence requirements
An accreditation panel member shall:

(a) Have demonstrated relevant working experience of at least two (2) years at managerial/decision making level in a national, regional or international accreditation body;
(b) Be able to communicate fluently, both in writing and orally, in English. Working knowledge of other UN languages desirable;
(c) Have excellent drafting skills, strong operational and analytical skills, and the ability to work as a member of a team;
(d) Have advance university degree in economics, environmental studies, natural sciences, engineering, development studies, or any related discipline

The experts wishing to be considered by the Board as the member of the CDM-AP are invited to apply.
The deadline for applications is Tuesday, 31 March 2009 at 17:00 GMT.

Experts wishing to apply to this call shall:

- have read and agreed to the Terms of reference Terms of reference for AP Members
- have read the General guidelines for panels (version 3) General Guidelines for panels/working groups
- apply online through the link provided below

Work conditions for a CDM-AP Member:

Members of the CDM-AP will be paid daily fees for participation in AP meetings. In addition travel and DSA will be paid in accordance with UN rules and regulations.

You can apply online :

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Kind regards,

Your CDM team