Burn Manufacturing

Policy Lead – Electric Job Nairobi

Nairobi County, Nairobi, Kenya
January 26, 2024
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Job Description

About The Role

BURN is seeking a highly motivated and skilled individual to join our team as a Policy Lead- Electric. This role will play a crucial part in shaping and influencing electric policies on a global scale, supporting our mission to drive positive change in the clean cooking industry.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Support Government Relationships:
  • Cultivate and maintain positive relationships with government officials and agencies at various levels.
  • Collaborate with policymakers to understand their priorities and contribute insights to inform electric policy development.
  • Become an Expert in Electric Policy Globally:
  • Stay abreast of global electric policy trends, regulations, and developments.
  • Conduct thorough research to become an authoritative expert in electric policy matters.
  • Lead Response to Government/Non-Profit Consultations:
  • Coordinate and lead responses to government and non-profit consultations on electric policy issues.
  • Work collaboratively with cross-functional teams to ensure comprehensive and well-informed responses.
  • Attend Government Committee & Stakeholder Meetings:
  • Act as a representative of [Your Organization Name] at government committee meetings, hearings, and stakeholder engagements.
  • Build and nurture relationships with key stakeholders to foster collaboration and support for electric policy initiatives.
  • Write White Papers:
  • Develop well-researched and articulate white papers on electric policy topics.
  • Communicate complex policy issues in a clear and accessible manner for diverse audiences.
  • Lobbying for E-Cooking Tariff (Including Modeling/Strategy on Design):
  • Advocate for the implementation of e-cooking tariff policies through effective lobbying efforts.
  • Develop and execute strategies, including modelling, to influence the design and adoption of favourable e-cooking tariff policies.

Skills and Experience:

  • Legal Skills:
  • A strong legal background with a degree in Law, specializing in environmental law or related fields.
  • Proven experience in interpreting and navigating complex legal frameworks related to carbon policies.
  • Knowledge of Government Structures:
  • In-depth understanding of government structures at local, national, and international levels.
  • Familiarity with the legislative processes and decision-making mechanisms related to environmental and carbon policy.
  • Existing Government Contacts:
  • Demonstrated track record of cultivating and maintaining relationships with government officials and relevant decision-makers.
  • Proven experience in carbon policy, with a strong track record of engagement with government bodies and stakeholders.
  • Existing network within government circles, facilitating effective communication and collaboration.
  • Carbon Knowledge:
  • Comprehensive knowledge of carbon policies, emissions trading systems, and international agreements related to climate change.
  • Proven experience working with carbon-related regulations and a keen awareness of emerging trends in the field.
  • Public Speaking Skills:
  • Strong public speaking and presentation skills to effectively communicate complex carbon policy issues to diverse audiences.
  • Ability to represent the organization at conferences, workshops, and government-related events.

Qualified Female Candidates encouraged to Apply

BURN does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview, meeting, processing, training, or any other fees).

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Nairobi, Nairobi County, Kenya