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Industry Lead and Policy Analyst(s), OECD

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Organization: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Position: Industry Lead and Policy Analyst(s) Duty Station: Paris, Ile-De-France, France Deadline for Application: 5 February 2023

Term: 2 year (renewable) Experience Requirements: Academic Background Advanced university degree in engineering, finance, economics, energy or climate policy, law or equivalent practical experience. Professional Background Minimum five, preferable seven years’ profession experience in delivering and managing clean energy finance and infrastructure investment, particularly for emerging and developing economies, acquired in the private sector, a national administration, financial industry, consultancy, think tank, international organisation or initiative. Experience in supporting clean energy finance in one or more of the following areas: project development for manufacturing industry; financing of clean energy projects; or clean energy policy development gained at the national level. Experience in managing relationships with government officials and in contributing to the organisation, agenda and outputs of international events, including in presenting complex technical issues clearly to a varied audience. Good knowledge of industry decarbonisation and related technologies (e.g. green hydrogen) and business models as well as electricity markets and energy efficiency issues in Africa, Asia or Latin America region; relevant work experience in the region. Proven ability in writing analytical or policy relevant papers on topics relevant to green finance and investment that are clear, concise, and reader-friendly and achieve the right balance of technical detail and accessibility for target audiences. Tools Proficient in Excel and PowerPoint; familiarity with online databases and statistical packages is generally desirable. Languages Excellent written and oral command of one of the two official languages of the OECD (English and French) and working knowledge of, or willingness to learn, the other. Knowledge of other languages would be an asset (e.g. Arabic, Bahasa Indonesia, Hindi, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai or Vietnamese) Contact Email: Links Job Announcement: