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Req ID : 1983237

Climate Change Policy Analyst

  • Working Location: Norfolk, VA, USA
  • Security Clearance: NATO Secret
  • Language: High proficiency level in English language


In August 2022, the new programme of work for the SF branch was signed by SACT. This foresight cycle supports a variety of stakeholders across the Alliance and informs Warfare Development of NATO s Military Instrument of Power (MIoP). The foresight cycle is also used as a forum to coordinate thinking with the IS and IMS community on broad subjects such as China and Climate Change. The SF branch does not produce policy but aims to inform policy, thinking and synchronise strategic messaging regarding the Future Operating Environment across the Strategic Commands through a range of papers and reports.

Within this framework, the contractor will work within SPP-SF under the direction of the Brach Head (BH), and the lead CCS/Environment analyst (staff officer) within the SF branch. He/she personal insights and understandings about strategic implications of climate change on global security, help in daily work coordination and collaboration efforts with the CCS community in NATO, and ultimately produce deliverables and analyses for internal and external use.


Essential Qualifications/Experience:

Master s degree or higher in political science, international studies, climate related security studies and climate policy is preferred. Master s degree can be substituted with a Bachelor s degree and appropriate level of experience (2 year) in fields described above
Demonstrated Policy Assessment, Strategy Implementation for military policy making purposes within an international organization or governmental organization with a preference of experience working for or with NATO
Demonstrated writing skills. This should include papers and articles related to policy implementation
Background of Strategic Foresight, Strategic Planning and Execution, Strategic Gap Analysis, Strategy Implementation for military policymaking purposes

Desirable Qualifications/Experience:
Background in international or governmental climate change policy in addition to experience in researching and analysing NATO policy
Experience working at a military headquarters or similar environment at staff level on policy development, gap analysis, capability development procedures, strategic planning and associated staff work on strategic level of military activities

Be full time member of SF, under the responsibility of the BH and will be involved in all aspects of SF Climate work, to include writing reports, assessment and contribution to NATO policy, webinars and working groups, and development of numerous products related to NATO CCS efforts. More specifically the contractor will be assigned to SF and will be required to:
Assist the SF lead CCS analyst in the scoping work related to CCS plans, policy, and synchronization for activity
Provide support to staff assigned to facilitate Strategic Foresight Analysis within the Climate Change and Environment themes
Interpret and engage with NATO HQ on all CCS policy and directives and develop assessments in order to for ACT to deliver supporting activity
Provide horizon scanning and strategic analysis of relevant national and NATO CCS policies, strategies and other relevant documents
Provide support to the SF CCS lead analyst to ensure cohesion and participate in cross functional engagements with internal and external stakeholders
Provide support to the SF CCS lead analyst in the preparation and delivery of briefings, speaking notes, statements and other as required
Provide feedback about their work clearly and concisely. Submit periodic reports as directed by the Contract Officer Technical Representative (COTR)
Understand and shape the NATO s/ACT s strategy and mission
Be available to SPP leadership for CCS related requirements
Contribute to the development of exhaustive reports on CCS in close coordination with military staff officers and HQ ACT direction
Conduct research

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