Thinking of a Career in Emergency Management?
- BY Nicole Pelette
1) Support the preparation and supervision of investment operations in the energy sector – including in energy efficiency and renewable energy, Public Private Partnership investments in infrastructure projects; and reforms.
2) Participate or lead analytical and advisory work in the energy sector and related areas;
3) Participate in energy sector strategy development and policy dialogue;
4) Provide inputs to operational products/outputs for sector and country briefings, analytical and advisory reports and studies, portfolio performance and monitoring reviews, and liaison between the energy and extractives practice and the country unit on energy issues.
1) Minimum master’s degree in business, engineering, economics or related field.
2) At least five years of experience in an international finance institution or similar assignment dealing with sector reform and modernization, energy efficiency investments and program design, as well knowledge and experience in renewable energy and broader climate change mitigation issues.
3) A track record of team work and ability to produce high-quality policy and project related written outputs with limited supervision. Strong research and analytical skills with demonstrated ability to deliver high caliber analytical work will be a distinct advantage.
4) Demonstrated local and/or regional operational experience, including experience in preparing and implementing projects and analytical work in areas such as energy efficiency, renewable energy; and sector reforms.
5) Excellent interpersonal skills and proven ability to build strong partnerships with clients and colleagues across units and departmental boundaries in a multi-cultural environment.
6) Demonstrated track record of building and maintaining strong relationships with senior policy makers and donor counterparts.
7) Proficiency in spoken and written English and Spanish is essential.