GCF posts 20 jobs open to KoreansThe Green Climate Fund said yesterday that it will recruit 20 people to work at its headquarters in Korea, including four director-level officials.
It is the first time the GCF has opened job positions since its launch in Songdo last month.
The jobs, open to Koreans, would be sought by Koreans who have the ambition to work for a prominent international organization but don’t want leave the country.
The posting on the fund’s website (http://gcfund.net) included four director-level positions: Mitigation and Adoptation Director, Country Programming Director, Private Sector Facility Director and External Affairs Director.
SRI Executive Search, a UK-based agency that has been commissioned to fill the 20 positions, has posted descriptions of different roles, job periods and qualifications.
For example, the Adviser to the Executive Director will be responsible for analyzing and advising on operational and policy matters. Applicants who have a master’s degree in economics, political science or environmental studies are preferred, but a candidate with at least eight years of experience in similar positions is also eligible to apply.
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