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Homeoffice Senior Manager, BOGA Fund, Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance (immediate opportunity)

International Institute for Sustainable Development  ·  Europa, Naher Osten und Afrika, Österreich · Remote

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The Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance (BOGA) is a first-mover alliance of governments and stakeholders that are working toward a global, managed, and just phase-out of oil and gas production. BOGA was launched at the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP 26) in Glasgow as the first government-led alliance committed to phasing out oil and gas production. Its core members have committed to ending new licensing rounds for oil and gas and to Paris-aligned end dates for production.
At COP 27, BOGA announced new members and friends, launched a USD 10 million BOGA Fund to support developing countries in their transitions, and helped rally over 80 governments in support of the phase-out of all fossil fuels. At COP 28, BOGA played a central role in delivering the first global agreement to transition away from fossil fuels.
BOGA’s continued success depends on translating the UAE Consensus into action. This means supporting BOGA members’ ambitions, bringing new members into the Alliance, and ensuring that dependency on oil and gas production—and the barriers it presents for climate action—is elevated within international climate, energy, and economic dialogues.
BOGA’s Fund is designed to provide analytical, policy, and technical assistance to governments in the Global South that want to explore the risks of continued oil and gas development and the opportunities for alternative development pathways, with the aim of supporting requests for larger-scale, longer-term support from the multilateral system.
Expanding the Secretariat
The next round of Secretariat recruitment includes the three positions listed below, each reporting to the Head of Secretariat:
  • Senior Manager, BOGA Fund
  • Senior Policy Advisor, Transition Finance
  • Manager/Lead, Strategic Communications
We are looking for skilled and ambitious professionals with a deep understanding of the political, economic, and social barriers to phasing out oil and gas production and with a track record of delivering effective policy and technical assistance in government and/or international organization contexts.
Candidates must be team players and self-starters who are happy working collaboratively with BOGA Secretariat colleagues, and government, philanthropic and multilateral counterparts, and with the experience to independently develop areas of the Secretariat’s work, and the confidence to flourish in an evolving role. Staff will be fluent in written and spoken English, with proficiency in Spanish, Portuguese, and/or French being highly desirable.
What We Need From You
This is a crucial role ahead of COP 29. The Senior Manager will work closely with the Head of Secretariat, Fund counterparts, and the Secretariat team to
  • Manage regular Steering Committee Meetings and the materials for them;
  • Support the development and submission of proposals to the Fund;
  • Coordinate the development and delivery of in-country work programs;
  • Design and implement monitoring, evaluation, and impact (MEI) systems;
  • Support the development of integrated knowledge products and capacity building;
  • Support communications around the Fund and the wider finance for the phase-out agenda ahead of COP 29.
Candidates should have at least 8 years of relevant experience, with strong economics, energy, and/or oil and gas sector expertise and a solid track record of delivering technical assistance to ministries of finance, energy, and/or petroleum in a multilateral development bank, development agency, or similar context. The successful candidate will demonstrate:
  • Experience working directly with governments and development finance institutions, including in-country work in oil and gas-dependent economies.
  • A good understanding of UNFCCC processes and familiarity with the process of developing nationally determined contributions and long-term strategies.
  • Experience designing and coordinating funding proposals and raising donor resources for climate and energy transition-related assistance.
  • A track record of managing consultants and delivery partners and supporting the delivery of timely and high-quality analysis, dialogues, and technical assistance.
  • Strong expertise in project management, including designing, planning, coordinating, and delivering large-scale donor-funded projects.
  • Experience designing and implementing MEI strategies, including the ability to proactively identify and manage risks.
  • Strong communication skills, including the ability to draw lessons from data and dialogues and to draft clear technical guidance and policy briefs.
The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, with the ability to deliver against tight deadlines and to plan and organize work with minimal supervision in a logical and efficient manner. They will be a team player, comfortable working in an evolving role within a growing team.
The BOGA Secretariat is currently hosted by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), an independent non-governmental organization with over 30 years of international experience. IISD is responsible for the recruitment and administrative management of this position.
Start date: The role will start as soon as possible.
Salary: Competitive salaries are offered depending on location and relevant experience
Location: The role will be based remotely, with regular international travel.
Employment type: Full-time contracts will initially be given on a 1-year, fixed-term basis, with the expectation of renewal based on funding and other factors.
Candidates must hold appropriate work authorization in their country of residence.
Deadline: February 26, 2024.
Please note that appointments may be made at a higher or lower grade based on skills and experience.
How to apply:
All submissions must be in English.
Note that applications will be assessed on a rolling basis.
Applications will only be accepted through Bamboo HR.
Please include the following:
  • A CV (no longer than two pages)
  • A cover letter (one page)
  • An IISD Voluntary Self-Identification Questionnaire
Only those candidates we wish to interview will be contacted. Resumes will be kept on file for 1 year.
IISD has implemented a COVID-19 vaccination policy that requires employees who are required or choose to be at an office or participate in in-person team events or in-person meetings/events to be fully vaccinated. Anyone unable to be fully vaccinated, either because of a sincerely held religious belief or a medical condition or a disability that prevents them from being fully vaccinated, can request a reasonable accommodation.
IISD is committed to fostering a more equitable and sustainable world and welcomes candidates who uphold our values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. In addition, to correct the conditions of social injustice and disadvantage in employment around the world, we encourage candidates from historically marginalized groups, including women, Indigenous Peoples, people with disabilities, people from different racial and ethnic backgrounds, and those who identify themselves as 2SLGBTQIA+, to apply for this position. Preference will be given to the equity-deserving groups during the hiring process. We offer reasonable accommodations in our recruitment process and seek applicants’ advice on how best to accommodate their needs. Please self-identify and answer our employment equity questionnaire on our applicant tracking system when you apply.
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