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Program Analyst
Location : District of Columbia, Washington
Refer job # ETJN339671
 
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: The Environment & Natural Resources Global Practice has three broad and distinct functions: 1. Provides clients with lending and non-lending services aimed to support the GP s three core business lines, namely: (i) Forests, Watersheds and Sustainable Landscapes; (ii) Marine, Coastal and Aquatic Resources; and (iii) Pollution Management and Environmental Health. The GP s activities also include a focus on Clean and Resilient Growth through its work on environmental economics and support to institutional development. 2. Supports effective environmental risk management and sustainability by managing risk at the project level and creating opportunities to advance sustainable development, in part through the implementation of the Bank s environmental policies. 3. Works closely with other sectors, including by leveraging GEF grant financing, to mainstream environmental considerations into their policies, strategies, and operations. On August 4, 2016, s Board of Executive Directors approved a new Environmental and Social Framework (ESF) to help protect people and the environment in the investment projects it finances. This effort is one of several key initiatives, including procurement reform, and the climate and gender strategies, recently undertaken by the Bank to improve development outcomes. The ESF responds to new and varied development demands and challenges that have arisen over time. It brings s environmental and social protections into closer harmony with those of other development institutions, and makes important advances in areas such as transparency, non-discrimination, social inclusion, public participation, and accountability - including expanded roles for grievance redress mechanisms. The framework helps to ensure social inclusion, and explicitly references human rights in the overarching vision statement. The ESF is made up of s vision for sustainable development, s Environmental and Social Policy for Investment Project Financing, and ten Environmental and Social Standards (ESS). These set out the mandatory requirements for , in relation to the projects it supports through Investment Project Financing (IPF), and for Borrowers. ENR GP is seeking to recruit a Program Analyst with familiarity in environmental risk assessment and management. The primary responsibility for the tasks are listed below. Work Location for these terms of reference is Washington, DC. Note: If the selected candidate is a current Bank Group staff member with a Regular or Open-Ended appointment, s/he will retain his/her Regular or Open-Ended appointment. All others will be offered a 2 year term appointment. Duties and Accountabilities: The Program Analyst will be required to undertake the following tasks: Provide technical support for the screening of Bank projects for environmental (especially for projects with low or moderate risk ratings) risks, impacts, and vulnerabilities. Participate in project technical discussions, field visits, and reviewing project reports. Basic understanding of existing WB safeguard policies and the new Environmental and Social Standards Framework is a plus. Using the ESCP as a key tool, work under the guidance of Senior Environmental Specialists to help assess environmental risks. For projects being supported by the Bank s ESF, using the ESCP as benchmarking tool, help monitor compliance with the ESSs, sector specific guidelines, other relevant policies, and contract specific conditions. Support and participate in training activities on the WB s safeguard policies and the ESSs and their provisions and implications for project preparation and implementation to World Bank Clients, WBG staff and other interested / relevant parties (e.g. NGOs, academia). Contribute to analyzing and disseminating lessons learned and best practices from specific Bank projects for research, knowledge and learning purposes. Contribute to the further development of ESS related guidance and technical support materials, such as guidelines, knowledge tools, or metrics as applicable. Collaborate with World Bank GPs and IFC/MIGA colleagues on joint projects as well as other colleagues from multilateral development institutions when supporting same projects, understanding and implementing a common approach. Selection Criteria: Bachelor s or Master s degree in environmental or natural sciences, environmental policy engineering, energy, agriculture, geography, development studies, or equivalent areas. If Bachelor s, minimum 4 years of relevant experience. If Master s, minimum of 2 years of experience. Strong analytical skills, ability to think strategically, analyze and synthesize diverse qualitative and quantitative environmentally-related data and information. Ability to follow up multiple work-streams simultaneously. Basic knowledge of World Bank s safeguards policies, ESF and/or IFC Performance Standards/MIGA Environmental and Social policies or similar standards would be an advantage. Ability to function effectively with a range of stakeholders, including project-affected parties, government officials, non-governmental organizations / civil society, as well as project investors and their staff. Basic knowledge of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change GHG accounting methodologies, or similar standards, is an advantage. Ability to communicate ideas clearly and confidently, articulate issues and recommend solutions. Excellent verbal and written English language skills are essential; French or Spanish or Arabic language proficiency is highly desirable. Knowledge of other languages will be an advantage. Good team player who can work as a member of a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural team, motivate and lead group efforts and network effectively across boundaries. Bank competencies for Program Analysts Solid theoretical base in a relevant discipline (e.g. environmental or natural sciences) Client Orientation - Translates insight into practice across disciplines, hierarchies, geographies and organizational units in service of clients. Drive for Results - Ensures successful implementation and delivery of key programs and projects, ensuring that outputs positively impact results. Teamwork (Collaboration) and Inclusion - Creates a team climate of practical and innovative action, facilitating collaboration between competing interests and stakeholders. Knowledge, Learning and Communication - Demonstrates command of all forms of communication and presents in a clear, objective and engaging manner in high-level settings; ensures knowledge is captured and shared in a variety of ways.
 
 
 
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