Intern (m/f/d) Secretariat of the InsuResilience Global Partnership for Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance
The InsuResilience Global Partnership was launched at the UN Climate Change Conference COP23 in Bonn in November 2017 and emerged from the G7 InsuResilience Initiative. The aim is to enable countries to react more quickly after a disaster and to better adapt to climate and disaster risks through the use of risk financing and insurance instruments. This will help poor and vulnerable people to strengthen their resilience over time. The partnership brings together the G20 and V20 countries, civil society, international organisations, the private sector and academia. The GIZ is the secretariat of the InsuResilience Global Partnership and supports the multi-stakeholder partnership in outreach, governance and implementation activities.
Information on the InsuResilience Global Partnership, the work of the Secretariat and the topic can be found at: http://www.insuresilience.org
- Supporting the Secretariat's core tasks, such as preparing the content and organisation of the regular meetings of the Partnership's working groups
- Support for the monitoring of the Global Partnership
- Support in the processing of the three thematic focal points of the secretarial work (resilient infrastructure, gender, data)
- Support in the provision of technical and policy advice to the members of the partnership and the client (BMZ)
- Support of communication and public relations (annual report, social media, newsletter, website)
- Preparation and monitoring of internal meetings and meetings with the client
- They are currently studying for a Master's degree or a Bachelor's degree in the fields of geography, integrated management of natural resources, political science, economics, international cooperation, (insurance) mathematics or other relevant subjects. Alternatively, you must have completed your studies no more than 6 months ago at the beginning of your internship
- Initial experience in topics such as adaptation to climate change, international climate policy, disaster risk management, climate or disaster risk financing / insurance against natural risks is an advantage
- Fluent in German and English. Good knowledge of another foreign language (preferably French or Spanish) is an advantage
- You have gained initial experience in developing or emerging countries (e. g. through internships, semesters abroad, etc.)
- You have a good self-organization and can work independently
- You have a high ability to work in a team and communication skills.
Please be informed that you are only allowed to apply for this internship, if you are currently enrolled as a student or graduated not longer than six months ago.
We pay a monthly stipend of €1.580,- (gross).
GIZ would like to increase the proportion of employees with disability, both in Germany and abroad. Applications from persons with disabilities are most welcome.
For further information, please contact Mrs. Schubert-Fiebig ( ).