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Programme Manager for the Climate Compatible Growth Programme

Following the successful award of the new Climate Compatible Growth (CCG) Programme, funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, we are seeking to recruit a Programme Manager who is experienced in leading complex and agile research programmes involving multiple partners from across the globe.

The Programme Manager will be responsible for managing project Gantt, work programme content and milestone delivery, team and partner resources, strategic, financial, and day-to-day operations, working closely with the CCG senior leadership team. Managing a small team of core programme staff, they will be responsible for ensuring strong collaboration between partners and the successful implementation of the programme, while meeting the requirements of the funder.

The successful candidate will have substantial experience in managing large, challenging research projects, and a good understanding of the complexities of working with a wide range of partners.  This role is an opportunity to work on a programme at the cutting edge of climate compatible growth research with a substantial implementation focus and the ambition to drive systemic change in the development trajectories of developing countries.

Application Deadline: 30th March 2022.

For more details, and how to apply please visit Loughborough Vacancies

Seeking a student from Loughborough University for a short-term Research Assistant Role [CLOSED]

The Research Assistant will gather information on countries to expand CCG (Climate Compatible Growth) outreach to new partners and advertise CCG outputs to people that might not be aware of these freely available resources. Work must be complete by the end of March 2022

Application Deadline: 18th March [extended].

Read how to apply and more details below:

Seeking a short-term Communications Consultant to help develop a communications strategy for Climate Compatible Growth [CLOSED]

We are hiring sign. Job opportunity: Short-term communications consultant for the CCG programme.

Deadline: 9am GMT February 17th, 2022.

Climate Compatible Growth is seeking a short-term communications consultant to help develop a comprehensive and evidence-based communications strategy for the programme including aspects such as audience/stakeholder engagement, digital and media communications, communities of practice, platform integration, and horizon scanning.

Location: Remote.

For full details and how to apply view or download the document below:

Seeking a short-term Research Consultant to scope institution and policy frameworks for CCG in Viet Nam [CLOSED]

We are hiring sign. Job opporunity, Short-term research consultant: scoping institution and policy frameworks for climate compatible growth in Viet Nam. Background image of a solar panel farm.

The Centre for Global Equality is seeking a short-term research consultant to help scope the institutional and policy frameworks for climate compatible growth in Viet Nam and produce a stakeholder map of key researchers, influencers, and decision makers in the country.

Location: Viet Nam.

Deadline: February 14th, 2022.

For full details on how to apply view or download the document below:

Short-term consultant: GIS development, electrification in Kenya, and CCG project management [CLOSED]

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Deadline: February 4th Friday, 2022 – 12pm GMT

The consultant will work on a project plan for integrating UK-PACT CCG country-level work with CCG-Kenya work, determining points of intersection, data frameworks and meta-data requirements. The candidate should have experience with Machine Learning for Questionnaire data, comparative electrification analysis and fieldwork in Kenya.

For full details on how to apply view or download the document below:

Seeking a short-term Researcher for CCG (perspective of energy decision-makers in Kenya) [CLOSED]

Deadline: January 17th, 2022 End of Day (GMT+1).

We seek a short-term researcher to undertake interviews with key decision makers to better understand their perceptions on different GESI “markers of inequality” (e.g., women, disabled, poor) and barriers to inclusion of GESI in current energy planning approaches. We have selected Kitui county to collect data on a regional level but intend to also interview those in national government.

For full details on how to apply download the document below:

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