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Administration Manager – AUS

7th January 2022

Position Title: Administration Manager
Business Unit: Business Services
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Role type: 1.0 FTE

Position purpose

Working closely with the CFO/Company Secretary and Business Services team, the Administration Manager performs a vital role across administrative and governance procedures and systems, such as Member, travel, general IT and systems, and secretariat support.

Key responsibilities
Member Administration

  • Manage Member administration, such as
    ― Membership processes (Membership applications, changes and resignations),
    ― Legal Member register maintenance in Zoho CRM, and
    ― Member access for related systems (i.e. Member Portal)
  • Manage Member related Accounts Receivable, including issuing invoices via MYOB, updating Zoho CRM, reconciling payments and following up unpaid invoices

Secretariat Administration

  • Under the direction of the CFO/Company Secretary, provide administrative support, including but not limited to
    ― Coordinate workshops and meetings
    ― Prepare and distribute agendas and papers
    ― Prepare meeting minutes, including tracking of related action items,
    ― Assist in the preparation and management of the Annual General Meeting,
    ― Manage annual Secretariat and compliance calendar, and
    ― Manage related travel and logistic requirements
    ― Manage distribution of Secretariat content on the corporate website and Member’s portal

Travel Management

  • Provide support and organise multi-stopover, round-the-world, and inter-continent travel arrangements as required for Australia based staff
  • Manage global travel processes and Zoho online travel system, including review of travel and documentation
  • Recommend travel policy updates to align with practice
  • Monitor travel bookings for abnormalities, including costs, routing and travel policy compliance
  • Provide training, documentation, and insurance information for new starters
  • Coordinate and manage insurance claims and Australian travel management provider

System Administration and IT Support

  • Manage Zoho suite user access
  • System owner for Zoho CRM and Expense (including travel), including
    ― Point of contact for system queries and reports,
    ― Provide training and documentation for new starters,
    ― Liaise with relationship Managers to support and respond to queries,
    ― Provide guidance and system support for all staff ensuring its effective use, and
    ― Liaise with third parties for updates and change management as required
  • Assist with publishing and administration of the intranet, corporate website and Members’ portal as required
  • Provide IT support to the Global IT Manager, including
    — Basic IT support and assistance to staff as required, including but not limited to general troubleshooting, IT set up and template/formatting issues,
    — Assist in new computer deployment, including sourcing and coordinating tools of trade, and
    — Support onboarding and offboarding staff

General Administration

  • Support Melbourne operations, including but not limited to
    — Office maintenance and third-party party liaison
    — General assistance such as coordinating catering, meeting rooms, and mail/courier service
  • Support Corporate Policy updates as required including formatting, arranging translations and publishing
  • Manage and maintain Zoho Expense monthly acquittals and process relevant accounts
  • Project support for relevant IT, Finance or HR related projects as they arise
  • Other relevant duties as directed

Skills and Experience
Essential

  • Demonstrated experience providing administrative support across a range of topics, including processes, systems and IT
  • Experience working in a multi-faceted, service support role
  • Ability to quickly learn new systems and applications
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

Desirable

  • Experience using the Zoho suite and/or Adobe

Position Description

Senior Adviser European and International Climate Change Policy

20th December 2021

Position Title: Senior Adviser European and International Climate Change Policy
Business Unit: Advocacy
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Role type: 1.0 FTE

Position purpose

The Senior Adviser EU and International Climate Change Policy is responsible for engaging the European Commission, European Parliament, and Government Missions in Brussels. It is also responsible for engaging with relevant CCS bodies in Brussels, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and its subsidiary bodies and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

The Senior Adviser will be the recognised face and voice of CCS in climate policy circles. They will hold, develop and use networks and individual contacts at a very senior level in relevant institutions, national government delegations, associations, and NGOs. This role is the Institute lead for providing advice on and facilitating the development of fit-for-purpose advocacy efforts and initiatives within the UNFCCC and the IPCC in particular.

Key responsibilities

  • Engage with the European Commission, European Parliament, and Government Missions in Brussels to encourage the development and implementation of CCS supportive policies and mechanisms
  • Act as a contact for the Institute with other relevant European CCS bodies in Brussels, to promote effective coordination of effort and activity to maximise the opportunity to accelerate CCS deployment in Europe
  • Actively contribute to the development of the Institute’s climate policy options, especially by bringing expert understanding of the UNFCCC and IPCC processes, opportunities and limitations as well as sensitivities and messaging nuances
  • Follow climate policy negotiations to identify and deliver on opportunities for CCS in international or European climate change policy discussions
  • Identify policy consultation opportunities with the European Commission and lead the drafting of the response
  • Network with Members with an interest/expertise in climate change policy and negotiation to ensure that their knowledge is leveraged and to ensure they are informed of Institute objectives, activities, and achievements
  • Contribute to the development and lead the execution of strategies and tactics to increase the support for CCS in international climate change policy discussions
  • Engage with senior and influential individuals in the climate policy community, including media, to promote the credentials of CCS and the need for supportive settings for its deployment
  • Working closely with the General Manager Advocacy and, as appropriate, the Client Engagement and Commercial Groups, ensure up-to-date political intelligence informs the Institute’s advocacy strategy on key objectives
  • Other duties as required

Skills and Experience
Essential

  • Demonstrated expert working knowledge of the processes and operations of the European Commissions and the UNFCCC as well as the economic implications of international climate change mechanisms (including carbon markets) on the broad-based commercial deployment of CCS
  • Demonstrated experience in developing advanced policy options to address the deployment of clean energy technologies, preferably including CCS
  • Demonstrated superior advocacy and influencing skills, ideally including an existing network of senior office holders, influencers and opinion formers in the global clean energy and climate change arena
  • Relevant qualifications
  • Proficiency in English

Desirable

  • Proficiency in a second European language
  • Experience working in a global organisation with a matrix structure

Position Description

CCS Analyst

17th December 2021

Position Title: CCS Analyst
Business Unit: Commercial
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Role type: 1.0 FTE

Position purpose

The CCS Analyst is the Institute’s key person responsible for the maintenance and updating of the CO2RE database of global CCS projects and information as well as assistance with geospatial data analysis and management.

Key responsibilities

  • Maintain the CO2RE database of CCS projects and information
  • Develop CCS project descriptions to accurately reflect the CCS project in the CO2RE database
  • Responsible for data acquisition, entry and management of CCS-related information contained in theCO2RE database
  • Lead the annual review of the CO2RE database, including reaching out to external stakeholders and updating the database accordingly
  • In conjunction with the Senior Consultant Storage and Global IT Manager, assist with system maintenance, improvement projects and upgrades as needed, including coordination with staff and service providers
  • Be the point of contact internally on CCS facilities
  • Assist with data acquisition and management for geospatial data analysis (GIS) and map development
  • Manage information requests from Members and external stakeholders as appropriate
  • Other duties as required

Skills and Experience
Essential

  • Demonstrated research and analytical skills
  • Tertiary qualification in a relevant Science or Engineering field or equivalent experience
  • Ability to deliver detailed and accurate work outputs
  • Knowledge of databases

Desirable

  • Experience with ArcGIS, QGIS (or equivalent)
  • Knowledge of carbon capture and storage technologies
  • Basic knowledge on web sites backend management (e.g. Wordpress)
  • Documentation

Position Description

Recruitment Lead

17th December 2021

Position Title: Recruitment Lead
Business Unit: Business Services
Location: Melbourne
Role type: 1.0 FTE, 12-month fixed term contract

Position purpose

The Recruitment Lead is responsible for end-to-end recruitment process management, onboarding of new starters and HR project support.

Key responsibilities

  • Manage local and international recruitment processes, including but not limited to drafting and posting job adverts, participating in and arranging interviews, coordination of social media campaigns, candidate search and communications
  • Manage third party recruitment search firms as required
  • Support organisational design, including position description development and resource planning
  • Lead internal communications on recruitment with Hiring Managers as well as general staff
  • Develop recruitment analytics to identify successful sourcing strategies and market trends
  • Identify and implement improvements to overall sourcing strategies, such as upskilling staff on how to tap into their networks, sourcing effective job boards and developing a strong candidate pool
  • Support the induction and onboarding processes for new starters
  • Support the Global HR Manager with the implementation of the People Strategy
  • Other duties as required

Skills and Experience
Essential

  • Demonstrated experience leading recruitment processes from end to end, with a focus on candidate care

Desirable

  • Experience recruiting across geographies
  • Experience implementing HR processes and procedures

Position Description

Administration Manager – UK

8th December 2021

Position Title: Administration Manager
Business Unit: Advocacy
Location: London, UK
Role type: 1.0 FTE

Position purpose

The Administration Manager will manage the day to day operations of the Brussels and London offices and support the Advocacy team, including finance, events, travel, diary management, general administrative support and compliance and governance responsibilities as required.

Key responsibilities
Administration

  • Provide personal assistance to the General Manager Advocacy as required, including calendar management, credit card reconciliation, travel arrangements, timesheet submissions, mail, and coordination of reporting tasks
  • Provide administration assistance, including but not limited to formatting and editing documents, coordination of meetings, booking meetings, conferences, and seminars, etc.
  • Build and manage relationships, along with contractual requirements, with the landlord of the office premises and other contract service providers
  • In conjunction with the Global IT Manager, manage coordination and supply/source of IT equipment, IT inventory and deployment/configuration of computers in the region

Events

  • Provide support for Brussels and London office project activities, including support in organizing and managing events, venue bookings, invitations, and compilation and distribution of materials
  • Assist with global marketing campaigns and events as requested
  • Assist with the facilitation and coordination of webinars, including inviting panellists

Finance and Travel

  • Manage Institute accounts, signatories and credit cards with UK and Brussels financial institutions
  • Provide financial administrative support to the Brussels and London offices, including management of invoicing processes, payment runs, MYOB general ledger coding and processing, contract management, supplier management, UK VAT returns, bank and credit card reconciliations
  • Assist staff to acquit credit card statements (including valid supporting documentation, budget codes and approvals), bank reconciliations, data entry of invoices and credit card statements, and maintaining financial records
  • Manage travel requirements and support for the Brussels and London offices and visiting Institute staff, including visas, maintaining a database of preferred suppliers for accommodation and travel, processing invoices, monitoring costs, reconciling all flight bookings to approvals and travel expenses incurred, ensuring processes and procedures are followed for travel approvals, and any other travel related support when required
  • Coordinating with third party providers and the Global HR Manager, manage the timely completion of the Brussels and London monthly payroll
  • Support Finance team in relation to regional finance activities and compliance as required

Human Resources

  • Coordinate and assist in the administration of relevant employee benefits including group health insurance, group pension and vouchers, as well as other benefits as required
  • Maintain and coordinate relevant files and office documentation, including Belgian work regulations, to ensure compliance with local legislation
  • Manage the UK sponsorship licence as required, including compliance and issuing certificates of sponsorship
  • Assist HR and IT with on boarding of new starters and off boarding of employees, including but not limited to laptop setup, asset coordination and induction schedules
  • Research, follow up and coordination of HR matters as required
  • Other duties as required

Skills and Experience
Essential

  • Demonstrated experience in an administration based role including meeting and events planning, accounts payable/ receivable functions, and account/payroll reconciliations
  • Demonstrated experience with MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook) and CRM tools
  • Proficiency in written and spoken English

Desirable

  • Relevant qualification
  • Experience using MYOB Advanced or other Finance Management System
  • Experience in running webinars using tools such as Zoom
  • Basic knowledge of computer systems (e.g. installing operating system following instructions)
  • Proficiency in written and spoken Dutch or French

Position Description

Policy and Advocacy Manager – Americas

8th December 2021

Position Title: Policy and Advocacy Manager - Americas
Business Unit: Advocacy
Location: Washington D.C., USA preferred
Role type: 1.0 FTE

Position Purpose

The Policy and Advocacy Manager Americas is responsible for delivering the Institute’s advocacy strategy to ensure maximum impact for the Institute and accelerating deployment of CCS.

Key responsibilities

  • Execute advocacy strategy aligned with strategic priorities
  • Lead the development and implementation of the advocacy and communications plan for the region
  • Identify and follow relevant policy development within the region and actively share updates internally
  • Proactively identify opportunities to engage with Members on advocacy and policy developments
  • Identify advocacy needs with different stakeholder groups and design strategies to effectively communicate the Institute’s messages and priorities
  • Manage and engage in strategic external relationships, including local and federal governments
  • Act as the main interface with applicable government Members and potential government Members
  • Educate key stakeholders through workshops, roundtable discussions and other forums
  • Liaise and build relationships with media and provide advice and media responses as necessary
  • Promote the Institute at events and in the media, delivering key messages
  • Oversee the communications function in North America including
    — Member and client collateral
    — Communications tools, speeches, op-eds, presentations, social media, monthly newsletter, annual review and event marketing materials
    — Internal communications to highlight successes and developments
    — Website content and publishing
  • Ensure currency and application of corporate branding and the style guide as well as media, social media and copyright policies
  • Lead and develop a high performing advocacy and communications team
  • Work with Advocacy colleagues and General Managers to develop advocacy and communication campaigns appropriate for market segmentation
  • Support the development of the Status Report
  • Other duties as required

Skills and Experience
Essential

  • Demonstrable track record of developing and implementing measurable and high impact advocacy, campaign, media and communication strategies
  • Sound understanding of policy development at a state and federal level
  • Knowledge of the energy and climate change landscape and CCS fundamentals
  • Excellent English written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to clearly articulate complex issues in a compelling way for a variety of audiences
  • Relevant qualification

Desirable

  • Experience working in a global organisation with a matrix structure
  • People management experience

Position Description

 

Senior Consultant Legal and Regulatory

24th November 2021

Position Title: Senior Consultant Legal and Regulatory
Business Unit: Commercial
Location: Australia or UK
Role type: 1.0 FTE

Position Purpose

The Senior Consultant Legal and Regulatory operates globally and is responsible for business development and delivery of consultancy services to achieve revenue targets.

Key Responsibilities

  • Identify and develop specific opportunities to provide consultancy services to clients including client liaison, negotiation and writing proposals
  • Deliver consultancy services to clients, at the agreed utilisation rate, contributing to overall revenue targets
  • Support the ongoing development and implementation of the Institute’s Business Development Strategy
  • Participate in business planning activities
  • Maintain deep knowledge of legal and regulatory issues relevant to CCS, markets, trends, industry practices, regional, global and subject matter developments
  • Maintain and comply with commercial related system process and procedure requirements, such as accurate and timely data input
  • Other duties as required

Skills and Experience
Essential

  • Strong technical writing skills, specifically for clients and or external parties
  • Demonstrated commercial acumen and business development skills
  • Relevant experience in identifying opportunities, building strategic relationships and networks internally and with clients, managing clients and pursuing new business
  • Relevant experience related to CCS or climate policy, specifically legal and regulatory analysis:
    — in a law firm or consulting organisation providing services to CCS projects, or
    — as an employee of a CCS project, technology developer or relevant governmental organisation
  • Recognised expertise in field of specialisation
  • Relevant tertiary qualification

Desirable

  • Experience working in a global organisation with a matrix structure
  • Proficiency in a language from the Asia Pacific or EMEA region, in addition to English

Position Description

Senior Client Engagement Lead – UK

5th November 2021

Position Title: Senior Client Engagement Lead
Business Unit: Client Engagement
Location: London, UK
Role type: 1.0 FTE

Position Purpose

The Senior Client Engagement Lead is responsible for delivering on the Institute’s ambitious growth strategy by developing profitable business opportunities with new and existing Members and clients.

Key Responsibilities

  • Lead client engagement activities in the UK and other designated European countries
  • Contribute to and execute client engagement strategy aligned with strategic priorities
  • Create, maintain and grow effective relationships with new and existing Members and clients to meet and exceed revenue, Member and client satisfaction targets
  • Build and execute against a targeted pipeline of potential new Members consistent with the client engagement strategy
  • Scope opportunities for fee for service work: build a pipeline of opportunities and take those opportunities through to proposal stage; manage effective handover to Commercial team for contract execution and delivery
  • Act as designated relationship manager for Members, clients and strategic partners
  • Educate policymakers on CCS
  • Manage strategic external relationships
  • Identify and support advocacy opportunities in collaboration with Advocacy team
  • Promote the Institute at events and in the media, delivering key messages
  • Other duties as required

Skills and Experience
Essential

  • Relevant experience in identifying opportunities, building strategic relationships and networks internally and with clients, managing clients and pursuing new business
  • Demonstrable commercial acumen, with a track record of increasing profits and revenues
  • Knowledge of the energy and climate change landscape and CCS fundamentals
  • Relevant tertiary qualification

Desirable

  • Experience working in a global organisation with a matrix structure
  • Proficiency in a second European language

Position Description

Senior Client Engagement Lead – US

26th October 2021

Position Title: Senior Client Engagement Lead
Business Unit: Client Engagement
Location: Washington, D.C., US (preferred)
Role type: 1.0 FTE

Position Purpose

The Senior Client Engagement Lead is responsible for delivering on the Institute’s ambitious growth strategy by developing profitable business opportunities with new and existing Members and clients.

Key Responsibilities

  • Lead client engagement activities in designated countries
  • Contribute to and execute client engagement strategy aligned with strategic priorities
  • Create, maintain and grow effective relationships with new and existing Members and clients to meet and exceed revenue, Member and client satisfaction targets
  • Build and execute against a targeted pipeline of potential new Members consistent with the client engagement strategy
  • Scope opportunities for fee for service work: build a pipeline of opportunities and take those opportunities through to proposal stage; manage effective handover to Commercial team for contract execution and delivery
  • Act as designated relationship manager for high value Members, clients and strategic partners
  • Educate policymakers on CCS
  • Manage strategic external relationships
  • Identify and support advocacy opportunities in collaboration with Advocacy team
  • Promote the Institute at events and in the media, delivering key messages
  • Other duties as required

Skills and Experience
Essential

  • Relevant experience in identifying opportunities, building strategic relationships and networks internally and with clients, managing clients and pursuing new business
  • Demonstrable commercial acumen, with a track record of increasing profits and revenues
  • Knowledge of the energy and climate change landscape and CCS fundamentals
  • Relevant tertiary qualification

Desirable

  • Experience working in a global organisation with a matrix structure
  • Proficiency in Spanish

Position Description

Country Manager China

1st September 2021

Position Title: Country Manager China
Business Unit: Client Engagement
Location: Beijing, China
Role type: 1.0 FTE, 2-year fixed term secondment

Position Purpose

The China Country Manager is responsible for developing and executing policy, advocacy and client engagement strategies to build political and financial support for CCS development in China.

Key Responsibilities

  • Create, maintain and grow relationships with government stakeholders across ministries and agencies most relevant to climate change and CCS development
  • Support and advise government agencies to expand CCS policies and promote CCS deployment in China
  • Develop opportunities for the Institute’s global executives to engage with high-level Chinese stakeholders
  • Lead the implementation and ongoing evolution of the Institute’s China strategy, ensuring alignment with strategic priorities
  • Act as a designated relationship manager for members, clients and strategic partners
  • Develop and lead the execution of work plans to serve key members
  • Lead internal communications on local CCS-related activities and trends
  • Identify, develop and deliver local Institute-branded CCS community events, such as seminars, webinars and workshops aligned with strategic priorities
  • Represent the Institute in engagement with the CCS community in China and enhance the Institute’s brand and reputation in China
  • Manage local operations and staff
  • Other duties as required

Skills and Experience
Essential

  • Deep knowledge of Chinese political and government structure and policy development processes
  • Solid expertise in climate change policies, energy landscape and/or CCS development in China
  • Solid understanding of CCS, its components, and policies necessary for deployment
  • Demonstrated success in building and navigating government relationships
  • Strong communication, advocacy, engagement and presentation skills
  • Good written and verbal professional communication skills in English and Chinese
  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, sciences or related fields

Desirable

  • Advanced degree, e.g. Masters or PhD, in a related field
  • Experience in a global, matrix organisation

Position Description

We have outsourced recruitment for this vacancy. To apply or for more information, please email recruitment@daoheconsulting.com

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