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LCEDN Research Associate Post – Transforming Energy Access (TEA) – REQ17063

The LCEDN is very pleased to announce that are recruiting for an RA post as part of our fast-track involvement in the Transforming Energy Access programme being rolled out by DfID. Specialist and Supporting Academic Research Grade 6, at a starting salary of £29,301 per annum Job description Full-time, fixed-term appointment until 31 May 2018 […]

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15 Month Research Associate Post at UCL: Sustainable Energy Access in Mozambique

University College London – The Bartlett Development Planning Unit Our colleagues at UCL have an exciting new RA post available. The appointment will be on UCL Grade 7. The salary range will be £34,056 to £40,055 per annum , inclusive of London Allowance. Based in DPU’s vibrant hive of activity, a full time post doctoral […]

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New Position Available at Practical Action: Energy Access Partnership and Innovation Manager

Role Outline: Practical Action is an international development charity that uses technology to challenge poverty in developing countries. We find out what people are doing and help them to do it better. Through smart ideas and simple solutions, we enable and help poor communities to build on their skills and knowledge to produce sustainable and […]

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New Opportunities at Practical Action

Practical Action is about to embark on both the second phase of the Moving Energy Initiative (http://practicalaction.org/moving-energy-initiative-launch), which they are working on with GVEP, UNHCR, NRC and Chatham House, and preparation of the next edition of their flagship publication, the Poor People’s Energy Outlook (http://policy.practicalaction.org/policy-themes/energy/poor-peoples-energy-outlook).   They are looking for one or two people with […]

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Position Available: Energy Markets Advisor (UK based)

Practical Action consulting (PAC) is seeking an international energy markets adviser to join their energy team, which has a strong track record in delivering innovative projects and undertaking strategic research and consulting assignments in the areas of policy development, economics and technology as well as the social and regulatory aspects of energy access provision. PAC […]

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Facebook Enter the Off-Grid Access World: High Level Energy Access Technical Programs Lead Required

Facebook are looking to hire an energy access expert. This is the text from their ad. Facebook was built to help people connect and share, and over the last decade our tools have played a critical part in changing how people around the world communicate with one another. With over a billion people using the […]

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Ten Posts Available: Pan African University Institute of Water and Energy Sciences

Pan African University PAUWES Institute – Become a Pan-African Professor! The Pan African University (PAU) Institute of Water and Energy Sciences (including Climate Change) (PAUWES) is located on the campus of the University of Tlemcen, Algeria. In partnership with the Algerian and German government, the PAUWES Institute offers graduate students access to leading academic teaching, […]

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NEW HELPDESK REQUEST: Extent of Evidence Relating to Impacts of Household Solar

 Objective of work: To help DFID assess the extent of evidence relating to the impact of household solar energy in order to inform DFID’s decision to undertake either a Rapid Evidence Assessment or a full Systematic Review.   Description of work: A senior academic expert in household solar energy is required to produce an annotated […]

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DFID are Recruiting for an Infrastructure Advisor

DFID are looking to increase their capacity to provide advice, technical assistance and deliver programmes around the developing world. As part of this they maintain a pool of experienced development Infrastructure professionals that they can call upon to fill permanent and fixed term positions. They are currently seeking to appoint to this pool.   Further […]

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