Director-Climate Change and Renewable Energy Programme

Posted By: Centre For Science and Emvironment

Delhi

Not Specified

Research

Environment / Energy/ Waste Management

Job Description


Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), India’s leading public interest research institution known for its rigorous scientific policy research and advocacy on environmental issues, is looking for a Programme Director to head its Climate Change and Renewable Energy unit.He/she is expected to take the lead role in overall research, advocacy and campaign for an effective, ambitious and equitable climate change agreement. In addition, he/she will lead our effort to advocate for increased share of renewable energy, particularly in the context of energy access for the poorest. We need a colleague with leadership skills so that you can work with colleagues and build alliances. We need a colleague who will work independently, but also collaboratively. But most importantly, we are looking for a colleague who wants to be part of the change we need in the world. We need commitment but also a high order of skills; to research, to write and to persuade.

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.



How to apply:


To apply for the above position, please visit http://jobs.cseindia.org and choose ‘Director for Climate’.


Or post it to:

Ms. Jagdeep Gupta, Executive Director

Centre for Science and Environment

41, Tughlakabad Institutional Area,

New Delhi—110062

Tel: +91 (011)-29956394/6339/5124 Fax: +91(011)-29955879

Website: www.cseindia.org


NB: Only shortlisted candidates will be informed

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - MSW

 Candidates with both technical and social sciences qualifications can apply. A mix of technical and policy background will be preferred.

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Centre For Science and Emvironment
  • About Organization:Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is a not-for-profit public interest research and advocacy organisation based in New Delhi, India. Established in 1980, CSE works as a think tank on environment-development issues in India, poor planning, climate shifts devastating India's Sundarbans and advocates for policy changes and better implementation of the already existing policies. CSE uses knowledge-based activism to create awareness about problems and propose sustainable solutions