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Working Student at GIZs International Water Stewardship Programme
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The main task of the working student is to support the IWaSP team on a range of functions, including:Support in analysing the supply and demand in the water sector and identifying competitive users •Support the research and development of a methodological approach towards estimating potential costs or benefits of water security risks and investments related to partnership projects •Support in analysing and conceptualising macroeconomic effects of water security projects on the labour market and the creation of feasible investment opportunities in the water sector of partner countries •Support of the development of new partnerships (international and local) and project proposals
The IWaSP team is looking for a highly motivated, creative and organised person, able to work in a multidisciplinary team. The candidate should be enrolled in a bachelor’s (3rd year minimum) or master´s degree in economics (vwl) preferably with a basic knowledge in macroeconomics, labour economics, natural resources economics and statistics. S/he must have excellent communication and writing skills, especially in spoken and written English. Fluency in German is also desirable. The selected candidate should have a strong willing to work in the field of development and cooperation and to acquire knowledge on water economics in developing countries working with private and public sector.