Intern (m/f/d) for the project Cities Combating Plastic entering Marine Environment (CCP-ME) in India - Trainees

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Intern (m/f/d) for the project Cities Combating Plastic entering Marine Environment (CCP-ME) in India Stellenanzeige merkenStellenanzeige teilen

Ein besseres Leben fรผr alle und sinnstiftende Aufgaben fรผr unsere Mitarbeiter*innen โ€“ das ist unser Erfolgsmodell. Seit mehr als 50 Jahren unterstรผtzt die Deutsche Gesellschaft fรผr Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) als Unternehmen der Bundesregierung bei der weltweiten Umsetzung entwicklungspolitischer Ziele. Gemeinsam mit Partnerorganisationen in 120 Lรคndern engagieren wir uns in unterschiedlichsten Projekten. Wenn Sie etwas in der Welt bewegen und sich selbst dabei entwickeln mรถchten, sind Sie bei uns richtig.

Job-ID: V000050684 Einsatzort: Neu Delhi Einsatzzeitraum: 12.08.2022 - 10.02.2023 Fachgebiet: Nachwuchs Art der Anstellung: Vollzeit Bewerbungsfrist: 03.07.2022

Tรคtigkeitsbereich

The project aims that โ€œEnhanced practices (incl. digital tools) to prevent plastic entering the marine environment are established in selected cities, states and at national levelโ€. The project provides advisory services to ensure that

(1) three urban local bodies will prepare plans for city-wide upscaling of collection and segregation measures based on results of demonstration projects;

(2) Plastic is collected and segregated in demonstration projects for reuse and recycling

(3) Capacities for managing plastic and knowledge exchange are strengthened in three states

(4) The Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs applies data of the national digital monitoring platform to compare state-level recycling and reuse rates of plastic.

The project contributes to the G20 Marine Litter Action Plan for implementation and the relevant Sustainable Development Goals and is anchored with the Clean India Mission of the Government of India.

Ihre Aufgaben

Research, gather, analyse and compile data (including spatial attribute data) on solid waste management or plastic waste management in India Preparation and editing of technical and institutional communication materials, such as detailed reports, minutes, fact sheets and Power Point presentations, for publication, display and presentations to stakeholders Support of the project team in the implementation of project management tasks (e.g. reporting to the client, results-based monitoring, operational planning, knowledge management) Support of the project team on event management tasks (e.g. organising workshops, staff meetings or training events) Support of the cooperation with external initiatives and international partner organisations related to Solid Waste Management, Marine litter and other relevant topics Additionally, you assist the project team in the general day to day activities and take on organisational tasks.

Ihr Profil

You have at least a completed undergraduate or Bachelor's degree with a focus on Urban Planning, Geography, Environmental Engineering or other relevant degree for solid waste management; A Master's degree in Regional or Environmental Sciences will be considered as a serious asset Excellent knowledge of MS Office applications You are fluent in written and spoken English and German. You are familiar with working in interdisciplinary and intercultural teams; Ability to work with minimal instruction and good organisational and planning skills Interest in Knowledge Management Previous experience in international aid and/or development work preferred Living/working experience in India preferred Strong oral and written communication skills, and ability to motivate and engage others

Hinweise

Please be informed that you are only allowed to apply for this internship, if you are currently enrolled as a student or graduated not longer than six months ago from the start of your internship.

We pay a monthly stipend of โ‚ฌ1.797,- (gross).

GIZ would like to increase the proportion of employees with disability, both in Germany and abroad. Applications from persons with disabilities are most welcome.

For further information, please contact Ms. Carla Rossitto (carla.rossitto@giz.de) .

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