The Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), the global oil, gas and mining transparency standard, is expanding and is seeking to recruit four key staff members in Oslo, Norway. The EITI is at the forefront of the global fight against corruption and needs to grow its international headquarters. With 51 member countries across the world, we are looking to recruit key country experts to help manage our work in the Middle East and Africa, a Validation Manager and a Communications Director. This is an opportunity to work in an international and vibrant working environment helping citizens of resource-rich countries benefit from their natural resources and to work on subjects at the cutting edge of development and the extractive industry.
Candidates from EITI implementing and resource-rich countries are particularly encouraged to apply. Knowledge and experience of the geographical area is required.
Find out more at www.eiti.org/jobs. The deadline for applying is 15 March 2018.
If you wish to be at the pinnacle of the global effort by governments, companies and civil society to improve natural resource governance and think that you have relevant experience, apply!
About the Organization
The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) is a global standard to promote the open and accountable management of oil gas and mineral resources. The EITI seeks to strengthen government and company systems, inform public debate and promote understanding.
There are at present 51 implementing countries. In each of the implementing countries, the EITI is supported by a coalition of government, companies, and civil society.
Countries who want to improve the way they manage their natural resources can apply to become an implementing country. At first they would be a candidate. In order to become compliant with the Standard, they need to meet the requirements on transparency and accountability.
The International Secretariat of the EITI supports countries in implementing the Standard and serves the EITI Board.
Its role specifically includes: outreach and advocacy, communicating and sharing lessons learned with stakeholders, providing technical advice, oversight of the Validation process and highlighting results in countries.
The secretariat has been based in Oslo, Norway since 2007