As a federal enterprise, GIZ supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development.
GIZ operates worldwide. As part of the GIZ team, you are prepared to take on international assignments and pass on your expertise.
The project, Climate Protection through Sustainable Bioenergy Markets within the framework of the International Climate Initiative (IKI) supports Vietnam’s efforts for enhanced climate protection by promoting the increased energetic utilization of biomass waste for power and heat production.
This requires investment decisions for biomass energy plants. Thus, and in order to establish a sustainable market for adequate investments with qualified suppliers, quality-
conscious purchasing parties, effective authorities and sufficient capital access, the project strengthens the capacities and competencies of Vietnamese stakeholders in the fields of project development, permitting and licensing, as well as financing and technology cooperation.
Advisory to political partners, public institutions and authorities at provincial level
Advisory services to private market stakeholders and research institutions
Conceptualization and implementation of different project approaches
Development of terms of references for individual consultants, as well as the selection and guidance of former
Conceptualization and implementation of B-2-B events between Vietnamese and international companies and associations
Network development (national and international) and support, as well as participation in internal and external events
Documentation, reporting, monitoring and evaluation as well as work in public relations processes
Support of the Energy Cluster in its further development, project acquisition and related processes
Completed university studies in economics, engineering or political science or comparable degree programs
Several years of professional experience in development cooperation in the context of renewable energies and good understanding of the relevant business models
Ideally, already existing contacts to the bioenergy sector established
Proven track record in project management experience in domestic and international markets
High sensitivity in dealing with political, economic and administrative stakeholders, combined with the ability to assess various stakeholders, bundle their interests and establish corresponding networks
Intercultural ability to be sensitive in the development policy environment while at the same time working goal-oriented
Interest in assuming responsibilities and working in a team
Mastery language skills in English (C2); German and Vietnamese skills are an advantage
Climate : Hanoi is subtropical with a winter season (temperatures can drop to 10 degrees during the day) from December to March
Healthcare : Medical care is available for less severe treatments. Medical care with European standards is available in Bangkok
Supply and shopping facilities : The shopping and supply options are good
Accessibility : A good connection to Germany exists through a direct flight to Frankfurt as well as numerous other connections with a stopover
Children : International (English and French) kindergartens and schools are available in Hanoi. However, a transition to the European higher education system is not always seamless
School situation and school fees : School fees according to GIZ guidelines
Miscellaneous : The particulate matter pollution in Hanoi exceeds the permitted limit in Europe many times. During the selection procedure and the medical recruitment examination, you will be informed about appropriate protective and behavioral measures
It may be possible to bring the contract start date forward.
The willingness to travel is required.
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GIZ would like to increase the proportion of employees with disability, both in Germany and abroad. Applications from persons with disabilities are most welcome.