Project Manager (m/f) Number 2020-537, Sino-German Climate Partnership Project Jobs
As a non-profit, federally owned enterprise, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is active in over 130 countries worldwide, implementing international cooperation projects and measures in the field of sustainable development on behalf of the German Government, as well as other national and international clients (e.g. EU, private enterprises, and foundations). In addition, GIZ is also engaged in the field of professional training around the globe.
With about 40 years of experience implementing projects in the People’s Republic of China, GIZ provides policy advice on various topics and sectors relating to China’s reform process, including: environmental protection, sustainable economic development (especially renewable energies and energy efficiency), sustainable urban development, sustainable transport development, vocational training, law, product safety and consumer protection.
The performance profile of GIZ is continually being adapted to the cooperation needs of both countries – within the framework of the “Comprehensive Sino-German Strategic Partnership” – as well as within the framework of the dynamic changes occurring as a part of Chinese reform policies. In addition, GIZ works as both adviser and service provider at the interface between the economic and political spheres. GIZ is also active in those fields in which German actors possess in-depth profiles and competitive advantages, and where German expertise is in high demand.
Sino-German Climate Partnership (SGCP) Project
Commissioned by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH implements the Sino-German Climate Partnership (SGCP) Project to facilitate the climate and energy related political cooperation between Germany and China.
The new phase of this project will start in September 2020. In this phase, energy cooperation topics and approaches related to a green and low-carbon transition in the energy system and promotion the shift to a low carbon economy, will be identified and prepared in a project proposal according to the requirements of BMU and Chinese responsible ministries as the National Energy Administration (NEA) and the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), as well as local partners for instance the local governments of coal-dependent regions.
The energy sector is a crucial field of action in mitigating climate change, and a dialogue and cooperation in this field between China and Germany as leading economies with strong industrial sectors will be meaningful for the global climate protection.
|About this job:||
Our Project “Sino-German Climate Partnership Project” based in Beijing is looking for a highly motivated and professional Project Manager with extensive experience in energy sector and international cooperation, starting on 16th September 2020. The successful candidate will be mainly responsible for independently managing of the scrutiny missions for the future cooperation between German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) and National Energy Administration (NEA) as well as other relevant ministries of P.R. China. The task profile includes a comprehensive range of project management tasks, e.g. the advisory and support of Sino-German political dialogues, policy research and analysis as well as the implementation of project activities in close collaboration with Chinese partners including public institutions, local governments, industry associations and enterprises.
|Working Experience:||above 10 years|
|How to apply:||
Please send your complete application (with the subject: Application for Job-ID 2020-537) incl. cover letter, CV, references and photo indicating your starting date and salary expectation in English and Chinese, via E-Mail as soon as possible to:
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