- Six to Eight years of progressively responsible work experience. Relevant fields: climate adaptation science, climate policy, business, finance, international development. Three to Five years with an advanced degree preferred.
- Proven success negotiating complex agreements with governments and institutions in developing and middle-income countries
- Track record of developing large bilateral and/or multilateral funded projects, preferably with private sector components.
- Exceptional project development and project management/supervision experience is essential.
- Relentless focus on delivery; ability to operate with independence to solve problems
- Demonstrated ability to work on multiple initiatives with competing priorities and under deadline pressure
- Excellent interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to work effectively with teams across cultures and multiple time zones.
- Street smart; able to navigate complex issues and organizational complexity; execute high quality work in a timely way without drama.
- Technical expertise and experience in one of the following: climate change adaptation, marine/coastal planning and development, agricultural development and food security in developing countries, freshwater ecosystems
- Experience developing GCF projects and knowledge of GCF policies and project cycle management is highly desired.
- Expertise on private sector finance instruments is highly desired.
- Fluency in Spanish is highly desired.
- Submit cover letter and resume through our Careers Page, Requisition #21018
- Due to the high volume of applications we are not able to respond to inquiries via phone
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