Serves as the NCO program coordinator for the health component of USGCRP. More specifically, the incumbent will provide meeting and interagency working group coordination support and ensure integration of health activities with other program areas of the USGCRP.
Climate Change and Human Health Group (CCHHG) Coordination Support
Required Education and Experience:
Master’s degree in public health, environmental management or public policy with relevant program experience or Bachelor’s degree in health sciences, political science or public administration
At least three years of relevant program experience
All Applications MUST be submitted via the UCAR career portal in order to be eligible for consideration. Initial consideration will be given to applications received prior to 5:00 p.m. MST on Wednesday, February 6, 2013. Thereafter, applications will be reviewed on an as-needed basis.
Apply here. Applications due by Wednesday, February 6, 2013.
Facilitates and carries out GCIS Interagency Working Group (GCIS IWG) coordination, meeting support and white paper development. The position provides an excellent opportunity for exposure to the organizational structure within the Federal government that supports global change research and applications, as well as exposure to data management and other IT experts across the Federal government.
Works with Interagency Working Group (IWGG) co-chairs to plan and implement IWG and associated workstream meetings or telecons.
Attends meetings for the GCIS IWG and related workstreams, assisting with meeting logistics, including developing meeting agendas, preparing pre-meeting materials, recording meeting decisions and actions, summarizing meeting discussions and following up with IWG teams to ensure action items are delivered.
Coordinates the development of work group reports, including interacting with report contributors, integrating and editing input, managing interagency or intra-office review processes and delivering final drafts.
Required Education and Experience:
College level coursework in relevant discipline such as environmental or earth sciences, political science, science communications, or other relevant fields
Must be enrolled in a college, university or professional school
All Applications MUST be submitted via the UCAR career portal in order to be eligible for consideration. Initial consideration will be given to applications received prior to 5:00 p.m. MST on Friday, February 1, 2013. Thereafter, applications will be reviewed on an as-needed basis.
Apply here. Applications due by Friday, February 1, 2013
Federal Register Notice: NCADAC: Notice of Availability For Public Comment
Friday, January 25, 2013
NOAA's Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) publishes this notice on behalf of the National Climate Assessment and Development Advisory Committee (NCADAC) to announce the availability of a Draft Climate Assessment Report for public comment. This report, following revision and further review, will be submitted to the Federal Government for consideration in the Third National Climate Assessment. (PDF | HTML). Read more about the notice on the USGCRP website here.
In association with the release of the Draft Third National Climate Assessment Report, John Holdren (Assistant to the President and Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy) and Jane Lubchenco (Administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmopsheric Administration) published post on the White House blog about the draft report and the history of the NCA. Read the post here.
Today, the National Climate Assessment Development and Advisory Committee (NCADAC), the federal advisory committee for the National Climate Assessment, approved their draft of the Third National Climate Assessment Report for release for public comment. The draft report is available for download - both as a single document and by chapter at http://ncadac.globalchange.gov.
The public comment period for the report will run January 14 - April 12, 2013. All comments must be submitted via the online comment tool that will be available from http://ncadac.globalchange.gov beginning on January 14. The draft will be undergoing review by the National Research Council at the same time.
The draft report is a product of the NCADAC and is not a product of the federal government. The authors of the report will use the comments received during the public comment period to revise the report before submitting it to the government for consideration.