- University degree in engineering, environmental management, international business administration, economics, textile engineering, or another relevant field of expertise
- At least 6 years of professional experience in energy consultancy and/or textile & garment industries’ environmental/energy management.
- Strong project management skills and experience with the initiation, planning, budgeting, execution, monitoring of projects and other project management tasks
- Strong networking capability
- Experience in working with the private sector
- Established network in the textile, garment and footwear sector is considered a strong asset
- Experience in working on capacity development of garment and textile production facilities and working with service providers is considered an asset
- Expertise of regulatory framework (e.g. environmental laws, emission control acts, sectoral guidelines with respect to environmental practices) as well as governance mechanism and institutions involved in its enforcement; understanding Environmental Management Systems and scoring systems, challenges and barriers for adoption of resource efficiency is an asset
- Pro-active and self-driven individual
- Ability to work individually as well as in a team; ability to work together with people from different sectors (e.g. private sector, ministries, international experts) and cultural backgrounds, in a sensitive context
- High-level proficiency of oral and written English and Vietnamese
- Solid computer skills (e.g. Microsoft Office)
- Strong critical, analytical thinking and structured working abilities. Strong work ethic.
Successful candidates will enjoy good working conditions, competitive benefits and compensation and good policies of training and development.
Interested qualified candidates are invited to send the GIZ Application Form in English, copies of relevant certificates and references, either by email or by post before 27th April 2021.
Note: Please state “Application for a Project Officer – FABRIC/Energy” in the subject line or on the envelope. The short-listed candidates will be contacted within 4 weeks after the deadline. Telephone contact is not encouraged.