Project Intern: GIZ Climate Support Programme – Policy Support Mitigation, Monitoring and Evaluation (MME)
Reports to: Advisor – Policy Support (MME/crosscutting)
Duration: Six Months
The Climate Support Programme (CSP4), funded under the International Climate Initiative (IKI), a financing vehicle by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection (BMUV), supports the Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries (DFFE) in climate change policy development and support towards implementation.
CSP4, which is the 4th iteration of the Climate Support Prorgamme, supports the South African (SA) government in strengthening the mainstreaming and implementation of its climate and biodiversity policies. It contributes to SA's transition to a low-carbon economy and a climate-resilient society in line with the Vision 2050 in a just manner, while also ensuring biodiversity conservation. It builds on three pillars that are critical to contributing to long-term impact.
- Supporting the development and implementation of ambitious climate action as a means to an ambitious NDC through further policy development support.
- Enabling implementation of climate change and biodiversity actions.
- Networking and knowledge management for BMUV/IKI projects in the country (‘interface function’.
Through the policy development support pillar, the CSP4 supports the DFFE with the setup of the South Africa’s mitigation system, an organized framework that consists of different elements and tools critical for the country’s emission reduction ambitions.
The CSP4 is looking to appoint an intern to assist organisational and technical aspects of GIZs work, especially in the area of policy development and implementation support for climate change mitigation and monitoring and evaluation.
The intern’s focus of work of the intern will be to assist in organisational and technical aspects of GIZs work, especially in the area of policy development and implementation support for climate change mitigation and monitoring and evaluation aspects where the CSP works very closely with the Department of Environmental Affairs, Forestry and Fisheries (DEFF).
Suitable candidates should apply by submitting a one (1) page motivation letter stating why they should be the preferred candidate for this internship. This should be accompanied by a detailed CV indicating nationality to: email@example.com, with the subject line: “Application CSP4 Policy Support MME Internship” for the attention of Head of Human Resource.
Closing date for applications: 10 June 2022
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be informed!
Applications without a motivation letter will not be considered!
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