Are you passionate about sustainable development and do you want to become part of DHI’s UN Environment Programme collaboration centre? Then you might be our new colleague!
As our new Programme Advisor, you will support the ongoing work and assist with expanding the portfolio of exciting water-related projects within the fields of water management, climate change and environment. This is a fulltime position.
DHI is an independent, international advisory and research organization operating on a not-for profit basis. Our ambition is to directly support the achievement of the water-related Sustainable Development Goals. DHI has more than 1,000 highly qualified employees in more than 30 offices worldwide. We are committed to our role as global enablers of better decisions for water resources, and one of the ways we put this into action is through our UNEP-DHI Centre (https://www.unepdhi.org/), where you would be working. The UNEP-DHI Centre supports water-related decision-making, from policy formulation to project implementation, through a range of activities, knowledge products and cutting-edge tools. Based in Denmark, you would be a valued member of a small and highly dedicated core team drawing on a larger pool of 50+ colleagues at DHI to support the work of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
Your role will include:
To succeed in the role
You are professionally and personally interested in sustainable development, worked with water resources, and have a broad understanding of environmental issues. You understand the role of the United Nations and its Environment Programme and have worked in developing countries with a broad range of stakeholders. Importantly, you are a good communicator, have a can-do-attitude, are self-driven but know when to ask for help, and thrive in a collaborative, open-office environment. Furthermore, you ideally have:
Our main office is at DHI’s HQ in Hørsholm, about 25 km north of Copenhagen. We also have a satellite office in the UN City building in Copenhagen.
How to apply
Applications will be evaluated when received, so please apply as soon as possible, and no later than September 24th 2023. Desired start date would be December 1st 2023 or before. Interested candidates residing outside of Denmark are welcome to apply.