Intern – Energy Efficiency Programme

The European Climate Foundation’s Energy Efficiency Programme is offering an internship for six months – possibly extendible to 12 – starting in early February 2013. The selected candidate will be based in The Hague and will work closely and actively with the team on a range of tasks:

  • Support to the team’s grant-making activities: managing relationships with grantees and grant-seekers; reviewing grantee proposals; evaluating grantee reports.
  • Research on energy-efficiency related subjects and monitoring of relevant legislative developments.
  • Support to other team activities: drafting reports, presentations and internal documents; monitoring media for articles of interest to the team and the broader organisation.
  • General administrative support, including organising meetings, travel logistics, etc.

Start date: interviews will take place in the second half of December in The Hague. Work will start as soon as possible after that.
Duration: six months, extendible to 12 for the right candidate.
Compensation: similar to that of internships in European institutions (Commission, Council and Parliament).
Workplace: The Hague, Netherlands

Application deadline: December 6, 2013

Read more and apply here.

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