Are you passionate about local and subnational climate action? Do you think engaging with cities, states and regions across Asia Pacific can be an impactful lever for change?
If you are passionate about climate and environmental action and want to contribute to a professional and fast paced NGO, this is the role for you. The Asia Pacific Senior Manager, Cities, States and Regions is responsible for driving CDP’s work with local and subnational governments in Asia Pacific as they disclose their climate change impacts, risks and actions, overseeing the delivery of a select number of funded projects, managing a regional team, and leading Asia Pacific partnerships and fundraising for the Cities, States and Regions work in coordination with internal teams. You will have experience in climate change or the environmental sector, a track record in client or stakeholder-facing roles, partnerships and fundraising, and the ability to lead a diverse team.
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This is a full-time fixed contract role for a minimum of 7 months with the potential for extension based in CDP’s Hong Kong office reporting to the Director, Hong Kong and Associate Director, Cities, States and Regions based in the UK.
Salary and benefits: Competitive NGO salary dependent on experience, flexible working opportunities, annual discretionary bonus (depending on the organisation’s performance), training and development, and others.
Interested applicants must be eligible to work legally in Hong Kong.
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How to apply:
Please email your CV and a covering letter setting out how you meet the required skills and experience or key responsibilities, which should be no more than two pages, to [email protected] with ‘APAC CSTAR – First Name and Surname’ in the subject. The deadline is 17 July 2021. Interviews will be scheduled on a rolling basis, therefore early application is advised.