Jobs, Internships and Tenders
Below is a list of REN21 job openings, internships and tenders. Please click on the link in the relevant description and follow the instructions if you are interested.
Positions that have been filled are marked as POSITION FILLED.
- Call for proposals – Editing of the Renewables in Cities Global Status Report
REN21 is looking for a text editor for the Renewables in Cities Global Status Report product portfolio.
The Renewables in Cities Global Status Report series will map out the current range of renewable energy developments in cities around the world. The aim is to consolidate data and
make it visible to policy makers and other stakeholders, both within and outside of the city environment.
Deadline for submissions is 29. January 2019, 23.59 CET. Click here for more details.
- Call for proposals – TenYear Network Development Plan
- Tender to Author Renewable Energy in Cities 2019 Status Report
- Call for Proposals – Design and Layout GSR 2019 and 2020
The REN21 Secretariat is looking for a graphic designer for the Renewables Global Status Report (GSR) 2019 and 2020 product portfolio.
The GSR provides a comprehensive and timely overview of renewable energy market, industry, investment and policy developments worldwide. It has become the most-referenced document on renewables worldwide. The design of the report and its complimentary products have significantly contributed to the report’s identity and recognition.
The Terms of Reference are available here.
The deadline date for receipt of the proposals is: 4 November, 2018. 23:00 CET.
- Tender to Author Asia Report
REN21 is looking for an authoring team to prepare a report on the status of renewable energy in the Asia and the Pacific region. This work is being carried out in partnership with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia-Pacific (UN ESCAP).
Deadline for submissions are: 18 October 2018, 17:00 (CEST). Click here for the Terms of Reference.
- Finance & Economics Analyst Position
The Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21) is looking for one new team member to strengthen its research direction team. The position of Finance & Economics Analyst is now open for applications. The position is based at REN21 Secretariat in Paris, France.
All suitable candidates are invited to submit their proposal by 21 October 2018, 23:00 (Paris time). Please find detailed descriptions for the position here. POSITION FILLED
- Internship Opportunities
REN21 is seeking two dynamic individuals who are interested in gaining experience in the renewable energy sector for the following internships:
Both internships last six months and are paid. Candidates should be available to start on 4 February 2019 and must be a recent graduate, currently a student or in between university degrees.
Application deadline: Friday, 2 November 2018
- Project Manager and Renewable Energy Technologies & Systems Analyst
The Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21) is looking for one new team member to strengthen its research direction team.
The position for a Project Manager and Renewable Energy Technologies & Systems Analyst is now open for applications. The position is based at REN21 Secretariat in Paris, France.
All suitable candidates are invited to submit their proposal by 4 August 2018. Please find detailed descriptions for the position here. POSITION FILLED
- Community Manager
REN21 is looking for a Community Manager to support its Secretariat in Paris. REN21’s strength comes from its multi-stakeholder network of experts that are geographically diverse and represent a wide variety of sectors. REN21’s activities and projects build on the collective knowledge and insights of these key players to advance the global transition to renewable energy.
The successful candidate will ideally start in April 2018. The post is based at the REN21 Secretariat based in Paris. Please click here to read the full vacancy notice. POSITION FILLED
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