March 29, 2006
Job Announcement: International Fellow Pew Center on Global Climate Change
Job Announcement for International Fellow Pew Center on Global Climate Change.
The Pew Center on Global Climate Change seeks a highly qualified and committed individual to work with the International team on policy issues and outreach.
Starting Date: May/June 2006
-Monitor international and national (outside the U.S.) climate policy developments
-Manage contracts, review, printing of Pew Center publications
-Coordinate planning and logistics for workshops, briefings, and conferences
-Research international climate policy issues
-Build and maintain relations with representatives of governments, institutions, and stakeholders engaged in international climate policy
-Conduct outreach at international climate negotiations and other meetings and conferences
-Assist with administrative tasks as needed
-Bachelor's or Master's in environmental policy, international relations, or related field
-Strong writing and editing skills
-Interdisciplinary understanding of the climate change issue(technology, politics, economics)
-Background in international climate negotiations and policy
-Attention to detail
-Willingness to pitch in at all levels
-Willingness to travel
-English fluency; other languages, overseas experience a strong plus
Compensation: Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits.
Status: Full-time, regular, exempt
Application Deadline: April 21, 2006
The Pew Center is an independent, non-profit, and non-partisan organization working to promote practical and effective climate change policies in the United States and internationally. The Center was formed in 1998 with a large grant from the Pew Charitable Trusts. The Pew Center strives to inform the debate by publishing reports on climate science, economics, policy, and solutions. To facilitate dialogue among policymakers and stakeholders, the Center hosts conferences and workshops on climate-relevant topics. Pew Center staff participate in meetings on international climate change issues, including the ongoing negotiations on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
The Center's Business Environmental Leadership Council (BELC) is comprised of major companies in diverse sectors demonstrating leadership in addressing global climate change by assessing opportunities for emissions reductions, establishing and meeting emissions reduction objectives, and investing in new, more efficient products, practices, and technologies. The Center accepts no funding from corporations.
For more information about the Pew Center visit http://www.pewclimate.org.
Send resume and cover letter to:
Elliot Diringer, Director of International Strategies The Pew Center on Global Climate Change
2101 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 550
Arlington, VA 22201
or electronically in a Word Document or pdf to email@example.com
Posted by ami at March 29, 2006 08:43 AM