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Job title: Project Management Specialist (Environment, Energy and Enterprise)
Job description: The Project Management Specialist (Environment, Energy, and Enterprise) serves as a project manager and provides expert advice and services to support the USAID/Bangladesh Mission`s Office of Economic Growth (OEG) in planning, implementing, managing, and monitoring the Mission`s environment and energy portfolio, particularly with regards to the portfolio`s engagement with the private sector. As part of the Enterprise Team within the Environment, Energy, and Enterprise (E3) branch of OEG, s/he supports planning, developing, managing, monitoring, and reporting environment and energy activities and programs, consistent with the Mission`s priorities and development objectives (DOs). S/he also supports the EG Office in preparing a wide range of project design and implementation documents including budgets, concept papers, scope of works, performance and audit reports. S/he is expected to fulfill other project administrative requirements such as serving as Agreement/Contract Officer`s Representative (A/COR).
Position : Project Management Specialist (Environment, Energy and Enterprise)
No. of Vacancies: 01
- The Environment, Energy, and Enterprise Specialist develops and maintains productive working relationships with key partners, including USAID Missions in the region, other USG agencies, national ministries, local governments, international development agencies, donors, non-government organizations (NGOs), and private sector firms. Particularly, s/he coordinates with the Enterprise team to promote outreach and strengthen environment and energy activities with relevant private sector stakeholders to increase program impact, enhance sustainability, and ensure compliance with USAID policies and procedures. S/he serves as a critical link between the Mission?s environment and energy programming and the U.S. and in-country private sector resources. Specifically, s/he coordinates the Mission?s efforts under the Indo-Pacific Strategy (IPS) and the Agency?s Private Sector Engagement (PSE) Policy.
- Minimum of Bachelor?s degree in business administration/international trade/finance, natural resource management, engineering, energy/earth/environmental science, geology, physics/applied physics or a related field is required.
- At least five years of professional level work experience, at least three years of which should involve project or activity management in environment, energy and/or economic growth sectors, with international development organizations, NGO?s and/or related to international development. The incumbent must have experience in one or more of the following: market development, legal and regulatory reform, trade, access to finance, SME development, and public-private sector partnerships. The incumbent must have expertise in one or more of the following: natural resource management, biodiversity, clean energy, energy efficiency in industries or cities, energy infrastructure related to energy generation, transmission and distribution, energy research and policy, power trade or an energy-related area
- General familiarity with economic growth, private sector and or international trade and investment within Bangladesh and throughout South Asia. ? Knowledge of viable approaches for identifying critical issues, challenges and opportunities in natural resource management and the clean energy sector in Bangladesh is required. ? Knowledge on the natural environment and energy sector landscape and the geo-politics of the countries in South Asia in which USAID operates. ? Understanding of the critical threats to sustainable economic development and opportunities for introducing more sustainable technologies and practices in natural resource management and energy, industrial is required. ? Understanding of the interrelationships among economic, social, health, environment and gender issues and effective approaches in ensuring the sustainability of development efforts is required.
Job date: Thu, 17 Dec 2020 06:09:18 GMT
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