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@IFC Systems Corporation in Accountancy, banking and finance
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  • Job ID 2410
  • Experience Less Than 1 Year

Job Description

Organization: World Bank
Sector: Energy
Grade: EC2
Term Duration: 1 year 0 months
Required Language(s): English
Preferred Language(s): Vietnamese

Do you want to build a career that is truly worthwhile? The World Bank Group is one of the largest sources of funding and knowledge for developing countries; a unique global partnership of five institutions dedicated to ending extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity. With 189 member countries and more than 120 offices worldwide, we work with public and private sector partners, investing in groundbreaking projects and using data, research, and technology to develop solutions to the most urgent global challenges.

The Infrastructure Practice Group

The Infrastructure Practice Group is charged with developing sustainable solutions to help close infrastructure gaps in developing and emerging economies We help countries address their unique infrastructure needs by working with the public and private sectors. Infrastructure improves lives by connecting people to opportunity. For more information:

Energy & Extractives Global Practice

Energy is at the heart of development. Energy makes possible the investments, innovations and new industries that are the engines of jobs, inclusive growth and shared prosperity for entire economies. Universal access to affordable, reliable and sustainable and modern energy – Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7 – is essential to reach other SDGs and is at the center of efforts to tackle climate change. For more information:

The East Asia and Pacific Region (EAP) Regional Infrastructure Department (IEADR)

The EAP region serves 22 client countries with a total population of about 2 billion. Clients range from large IBRD countries such as China, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines; to smaller IDA countries (or IDA/IBRD blend countries) such as Cambodia, Laos, Mongolia, several Pacific Island states, Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste. The EAP region presents a dramatic illustration of the global dynamics, opportunities and risks of the 21st century. EAP has made spectacular progress towards achieving the WBG’s twin goals, eliminating extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity – extreme poverty declined faster than any other region and the income of the bottom 40 percent increased substantially. Such a rapid transformation has made EAP one of the most dynamic regions in the world. However, it also faces important challenges such as managing the largest shift in rural-to-urban population in human history, coping with rising inequality, addressing large infrastructure gaps, dealing with climate change, and building human capital.

The EAP Infrastructure Department (IEADR) is responsible for project lending and policy advisory work in the energy, transport and related climate action and private capital mobilization space for the EAP Region. The department presently comprises an energy and extractives unit (IEAE1) and a transport unit (IEAT1). Each of these two units is managed by a Practice Manager (PM) based in Singapore. We have a total complement of about 80 staff who are based in over a dozen EAP countries and Washington DC. The department is led by a Infrastructure Regional Director (RD), who reports to the EAP Regional Vice-President (RVP). The RD and PMs are part of the EAP Regional Management Team and are also from a matrix organization perspective a part of the Infrastructure Practice Group (PG) led by the Infrastructure Vice President (INFVP).

The IEADR department has a transport and energy lending portfolio of approximately $10 billion – and a diverse program of analytic and advisory work. The portfolio includes a mix of instruments – Investment Project Financing (IPF), Development Policy Financing (DPF), Program for Results (PforR) and Guarantee (GU). As part of the INF department, the EAP Energy Unit (IEAE1) is now seeking to recruit a Senior Energy Specialist to be based in Washington DC. The successful candidate will report to the EAP Energy PM, who is based in Singapore, and work in coordination with other energy team members, both in DC and mostly in Bank’s EAP field offices.
The EAP (IEAE1) of the World Bank seeks an Extended-Term Consultant/Energy Specialist to be a key member of the Vietnam Energy Team to support the Government of Vietnam in its efforts towards provisioning of clean, affordable, and sustainable electricity to enhance country competitiveness, as well as supporting the energy engagements in Cambodia, Lao PRD and the regional power trade agenda. The work entails strategic, advisory, and operational work. As part of the energy team, the main responsibility of the candidate will be to support the implementation of the Programmatic Adviso

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