Appel à manifestation d’intérêt: OECD recrute un(e) Chef de la Division de la finance verte, de l’investissement et des relations mondiales en France.







Main Responsibilities


  • In line with the strategic orientations of the Secretary-General, contribute to the identification of policy priorities and appropriate research methodologies, as well as increase the relevance of work undertaken in light of the evolving needs of governments, in the areas of green finance and  investment, and environmental development in non-Member countries. This will include overseeing work of the GREEN Action Task Force, a body that guides improvement of environmental policies in transition economies in Eastern Europe, Caucasus, and Central Asia (EECCA).
  • As a member of the Environment Directorate’s Senior Staff, contribute to the maintenance of an integrated and strategic overview of the work contained in the Environment Programme.
  • Provide clear advice in the following areas: the development of polices and strategies for green finance and investment, environment-development linkages as well as contribute to the positioning of the OECD externally as a source of relevant policy advance and analysis in the field.
  • Develop strategic advice on the Environment Directorate’s global relations with non-Member countries (i.e. Partner countries) ensuring close links with the Global Relations and Cooperation Directorate.
  • Work closely with the team leaders and programme managers within the Division to ensure the preparation of high-quality proposals, reports and documents for the OECD Environment Programme of Work and the GREEN Action Task Force, in coordination with other Divisions, national government delegates and other International Organisations.
  • Ensure that administrative support is provided to the relevant Working Parties under the OECD Environment Policy Committee, and other OECD bodies responsible for the work on green finance and investment, including its environment-development linkages, global relations with non-member countries and work  under the GREEN Action Task Force.
  • Organise meetings and conferences in collaboration with national government delegates and other International Organisations.

Management and supervision

  • Design and manage the activities of the Environment Programme on green finance and investment, and their environment-development linkages and activities of the GREEN Action Task Force.
  • Provide leadership and supervision to a Division of about 35 staff members and ensure that the Division’s human, technical and financial resources are applied effectively and efficiently.
  • Develop and manage the work programme and budget of the Division, including raising voluntary financial and in -kind contributions to support the work.

Representation and liaison

  • Oversee the dissemination of information and findings from the Division’s projects through publications, professional journals and presentation to international fora, and represent the OECD at international meetings and conferences.
  • Provide advice and briefings to the Director, Deputy Directors and colleagues within the Organisation on new and ongoing activities in the work areas of the Division and global relations efforts.
  • Communicate and co-ordinate activities with other Divisions in the Environment Directorate, other OECD Directorates, International Energy Agency (IEA), International Transport Forum (ITF), and other intentional organisations (in particular the UN-ECE with regards to the work of the GREEN Action Task Force).  Foster effective working relationships with other external entities.

Ideal Candidate Profile

Academic Background

  • An advanced university degree in economics, law, environmental management or related areas, with a good understanding of economics.

Professional Background

  • Extensive experience in the development and/or implementation of environmental policies at a senior level and green finance and investment policies and projects in the OECD and non-OECD country contexts.  Substantial experience in dealing with international environmental issues and the interface of finance/investment and environmental sustainability.
  • Experience in intern-governmental processes at the international level.


  • Fluency in one of the two OECD official languages (English and French) and knowledge of, or a willingness to learn the other.
  • Knowledge of other languages, in particular in the EECCA region, would be an asset.

Closing Date: February 28th, 2023

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