Haiti Climate Prosperity Plan Consultant – International


Role:International Consultant
Function :Liaison and Research Support for Climate Prosperity Plans
Start Date :1 March 2024
Duration :6 months
Compensation/Benefits :US dollars (USD) Competitive
Occupation Rate :100%
Contract Type :Year-long basis consultancy with monthly fee
Location :Remote

Organizational Context

The Vulnerable Twenty (V20) Group of Ministers of Finance of the Climate Vulnerable Forum, established in 2015, is a dedicated cooperation initiative of 68 economies systemically vulnerable to climate change. The V20 operates as a dedicated international collaboration of ministers of finance working to tackle climate change by mobilizing economic responses and programs and leveraging public and private finance for an enhanced response. In doing so, the V20:

  • Acts collectively to promote the mobilization of public and private climate finance and other sources of climate finance through international, regional and domestic mobilizations;
  • Develops improved and innovative approaches to financing climate action;
  • Engages in joint advocacy and other collective actions to shape global debate and policy development for effective economic and fiscal responses to climate change; and
  • Shares and exchanges best practices on economic and financial aspects of climate action.

Position Purpose 

The purpose of the consultancy is to support the liaison and research needs for the development of the Haiti Climate Prosperity Plan (CPP).

Reporting Relationships

The Haiti CPP International Consultant reports to the CVF/V20 Secretariat Leads.

Duties and Responsibilities

The Haiti CPP International Consultant will focus on supporting the development of the Haiti Climate Prosperity Plan in the following areas:

  • Provide in-country support, draft documents and contact relevant institutions and partners as required in the development of the Haiti Climate Prosperity Plan.
  • Lead research as well as analysis of quantitative and qualitative data from Haiti Climate Prosperity Plan consultations 
  • Prepare drafts of documents including concept notes, briefers, event programs, meeting records etc.;
  • Support in establishing and maintaining effective communication channels with relevant stakeholders for the development of the Haiti Climate Prosperity Plan;
  • Lead the liaison with the Haiti Government, especially the “National Committee for the Development of the Haiti Climate Prosperity Plan linked to the Economy”, and the CVF-V20 Secretariat.
  • Support the implementation of the work program of the National Committee for the Development of the Haiti Climate Prosperity Plan linked to the Economy.
  • Support the CVF-V20 Secretariat to facilitate engagements with the Government of Haiti.
  • Monitor and report on the progress, achievements, and challenges of liaison activities to relevant stakeholders;
  • Assist in managing and organizing administrative tasks, including document management, data entry, and filing.
  • Work alongside CVF/V20 colleagues in national, regional and global engagements;
  • Support the CVF/V20 Secretariat to track the development of the Haiti Climate Prosperity Plan  and assessing their effectiveness in achieving intended goals;
  • Perform other research, programmatic, organizational or communications tasks as requested by the supervisor;
  • Any other analytical and related assignment with regard to the above activities and CVF/V20 key activities.

All CVF/V20 personnel will be expected to contribute, from time to time, to responsibilities and duties outside of their core functions during specific phases of work where major events and activities demand contributions of all or much of the organization’s personnel. Work during such phases may also be subject to alternative direction and supervision.


Education/Enrollment Status

Bachelor’s or master’s degree in business, economics, finance, international relations, and/or development.


At least 10 years of professional experience

Competencies, Skills & Languages

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English and French are required.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (especially Word, Excel, and PowerPoint);
  • Proficiency with online finance platforms an advantage;
  • Strong relationship management and organizational skills, including the ability to identify clear objectives, prioritize effectively, and use time efficiently;
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills;
  • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, as well as individually;
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines;
  • Experience in development work in sectors such as agriculture, energy, water, etc.
  • Proven experience and interest in organizing policy events and activities in a multilateral governmental setting;
  • Experience with communications, especially online: web and social media;
  • Aptitude for working according to specific guidance of senior staff and experts, and meticulous attention to detail;
  • Ability to multitask, to work seamlessly with colleagues and counterparts from a wide range of nationalities and backgrounds and to work effectively within interdisciplinary and intercultural teams;


Interested applicants should email their letter of interest, CV and a writing sample to  [email protected] by 23 February 2023 with the following subject line: [APPLICATION; NAME OF POSITION].