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International Organisation hiring Strategic Partnerships Project Manager


Brussels, Belgium, 11 December 2017

Field of activity

Climate change is a global challenge that requires a decisive and confident response from all major economies, which account for some 80% of global emissions. The EU as a key proponent of international action is committed to sustain cooperation and build partnerships and alliances towards achieving internationally agreed climate objectives.

The project objectives are to (1) Facilitate the exchange of climate policy options and good practices between the EU and non-European major economies with a view to enable policy changes; (2) Advance bilateral cooperation and investment in pursuit of the goals of the Paris Agreement and of Nationally-Determined Contributions, and (3) Contribute to improve public awareness, including by the business community, of challenges and opportunities associated with the implementation of the Paris Agreement. The project will focus on stepping up upstream policy collaboration along four thematic axes: mitigation policy instruments, mid-century strategies/renewal of nationally determined contributions to the Paris Agreement, climate transparency and adaptation planning.

Tasks

  • Overall project management, with tasks in steering and implementation of a complex cooperation system and planned policy and implementation measures with major non-EU economies

  • Personnel and budget management, responsibility for achievement of objectives, results and impact of the project, overall coordination of project planning, reporting and monitoring as well as knowledge management

  • Leadership of an interdisciplinary team of experts, including team guidance and personnel development, ensuring effective and efficient communication and cooperation among team members at various project offices

  • Development and maintenance of relations with European climate policy knowledge centres

  • Ensuring the provision of the needed technical expertise along thematic axes of the project to support policy dialogues, thematic workshops, peer-to-peer exchanges, and backstopping of studies

  • Coordination and communication with commissioning bodies, cooperation partners and relevant stakeholders from government, civil society and the private sector, and the EU Delegations in the major economies

  • Overseeing the preparation of meetings of the Project Coordination Committee

  • Representing GIZ in working-level meetings of the Coordination Committee

  • Initiating and maintaining the communication and cooperation in the Country Liaison Teams, including project team members and European officials posted in their headquarters and in partner countries

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