UKEF - Chief Exectives Office - Within the Strategy, Policy and Climate Change Group, the Environment and Social Division owns, is accountable for, and delivers on this policy commitment.
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Environment and Sustainability
Flexible working, Full-time, Homeworking
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1 Horse Guards Road, Westminster, London, SW1A 2HQ
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UKEF’s financial support cannot be underwritten without sign-off on the E&S performance of relevant transactions, the assessment and documentation of which are direct responsibilities of the Deputy Director, Environment & Social Division.
The Deputy Director leads the E&S Division, setting direction, and creating a culture of collaboration and clear communication across UKEF and externally.
The Deputy Director, Environment and Social, is a leadership role focused on ownership, accountability, representation, effective delivery and future development of UKEF’s environmental and social policy and practice, including driving progress at UK, OECD, international and industry-led forums.
Working with the International Relations Division and Climate Change and Sustainability Division, support UKEF’s international leadership position among ECAs on environment and social issues, in particular driving progress on the OECD Common Approaches
The responsibilities above are not exhaustive; additional duties may arise according to business need candidates are therefore advised to review the Information Pack attached which provides a fuller more detailed description of the post and associated duites.
The role holder will need to able to give leadership and direction to their team and the department. They will also need to act in an ambassadorial capacity within Whitehall and internationally in order to further the Department’s interests, demonstrating and fostering a culture of collaboration will be key to the effectiveness of this role.
Full details of what we need from a successful candidate are detailed in the attached Information Pack, some of which are:
1. Degree-educated (or equivalent) candidate in a relevant field, such as engineering
2. Formal training and/or qualifications in environmental, social and human rights, or related, fields
We'll assess you against these behaviours during the selection process:
We'll assess you against these technical skills during the selection process:
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