The Low Carbon Programme Coordinator will support the OGCI Workstreams and task forces to deliver their objectives, both on a day to day basis as well as for the content preparation (see below for further details).
The Low Carbon Programme Coordinator will also contribute to the work delivered internally by the Strategy & Policy (S&P) team.
KEY RESPONSIBILITY AREAS
The Strategy & Policy (S&P) team supports all the Workstreams and task forces working on the following topics:
- Methane emissions in the Oil &Gas sector.
- Transport (including Hydrogen).
- Energy efficiency.
- Natural climate solutions.
- GHG emissions accounting and methodologies and low-emissions opportunities.
The Low Carbon Programme Coordinator will coordinate 1 to 2 of these workstreams in conjunction with current Strategy & Policy staff.
NB: the Workstreams and their respective workload might change in the coming years
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES
Strategic Execution of the Workstream Mission
- To assist the Workstream lead in defining the Workstream strategy and work program.
- To develop and deliver the Workstreams annual work programme, preparing market insight, external policy view, commitments, tender preparation and process.
- To ensure smooth delivery across all Member Companies.
- To be the focal point for OGCI workstream related matters.
Coordination and Planning
- To support the Programme Manager in charge of the workstream on the day-to-day coordination.
- To plan, organize and facilitate monthly Workstream meetings and calls (frequency may vary between 4 and 6+ calls per month and 2+ face-to-face meetings per year). This will include the preparation and distribution of meeting presentations, meeting agendas and drafting of minutes of meetings.
- To plan, organize and facilitate any extra sub-working group needed to deliver the workplan (working groups are thematic and generally form a smaller group of leading companies).
- To prepare Requests for Proposals (RFP’s) and manage the tender process with external consultants.
- To assist in the preparation of key briefing papers and presentations from the Workstream for the OGCI Executive Committee.
- To keep and maintain a shared documentation database for the Workstream members, including minutes of the various meetings, reports and useful literature sources.
- To assist the team in the preparation of insights and material for the OGCI Excom Chair.
Communication and Outreach
- To assist in the preparation of engagement with external stakeholders.
- To prepare talking points and presentations to management level representatives in external stakeholder engagements.
- To coordinate meetings to introduce OGCI mission and Workstream strategy and vision e.g. with institutions, universities and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs).
- To identify international opportunities for communication and outreach, organized by OGCI or external stakeholders.
- To liaise with the Communications team when a plan is agreed to deliver the above events.
- To assist in the representation of OGCI at various international external events and with external stakeholders in close coordination with the Strategy & Policy team or the Workstream Lead.
- To prepare briefing notes, external speeches and presentations for the Strategy and Policy team.
- Internal - knowledge development and sharing.
- To support the OGCI Strategy & Policy Team to achieve operational and strategic goals (ExCom reporting and execution of associated work programmes).
- To build internal capability by mentoring and supporting colleagues in the OGCI and Member Companies, encouraging the sharing of knowledge and expertise.
- To identify and pursue continuous self-development through training and work experience.
- To keep and maintain a shared documentation database for the Workstream members, including minutes of various meetings, reports and useful literature sources.
- To guarantee a continuous high level of knowledge of the science and regulations on climate change from main data sources and other interesting data providers relative to the Workstreams and OGCI matters.
- To take leadership in information sharing, internally and externally.
EDUCATION AND PROFFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
- Master's degree in Engineering and or Geoscience or international policy diploma in the energy sector.
EXPERIENCE AND TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES
- Good balance between technical, management, policy and economic in low-carbon economy challenge.
- Research and data analytics competences.
- Proficiency in use of Excel and model competencies.
- Scientific mindset and rigour.
- Strong analytical skills (engineering background is preferred).
- Project management experience is advantageous but not mandatory.
- Climate change is advantageous but not mandatory.
- Energy sector is advantageous but not mandatory.
- Climate institutions map, the climate agenda and the critical milestones.
- Passion for making an impact on climate change.
- Well organized.
- The ability to work collaboratively with a small and versatile team to pool needs and action plan.
- Ability to undertake multiple assignments simultaneously.
- Work under pressure to deliver short term deadline and long-term annual objectives.
- A strong sense of prioritisation and an action-oriented mindset.
- Ability to quickly grasp and understand new topics, subjects and themes and clearly summarise in written and oral form.
- Communicating and presenting to the team and workstream members.
- Good judgement and well-developed diplomacy skill.
- Position is based in London.
- Eligibility to live and work in the UK is essential.
- We currently operate a hybrid working model for all our office based roles.
- The role will involve domestic and international travel as required.
- The role may require additional hours to be worked above the normal working hours where necessary to meet business requirements with no additional payment for overtime.
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