Chief Programs Officer
The future of the one billion people living in poverty in resource-rich countries depends on the decisions taken to address the accelerating climate crisis and the devastating economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. The Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI), an independent, global policy analysis and advocacy institute, is committed to bringing cutting-edge evidence and ideas to the unprecedented challenges facing countries rich in oil, gas and minerals and their citizens.
Responding to the current context demands new thinking. We do not have all the answers, but we remain committed. NRGI seeks a Chief Programs Officer with the creativity, humility and ambition to help us meet this moment.
Reporting to our newly appointed President & CEO, Suneeta Kaimal, and sitting on the Senior Management Team, the CPO leads NRGI’s regional and thematic programs. Our next CPO will use their deep understanding of the complex factors at play in the governance of natural resources, setting direction for strategies and programs to best influence and drive reform in the regions and countries where NRGI operates. The CPO will play an important role in cultivating talent and intellectual leadership across our program teams. The position requires expansive technical and political economy expertise to build a network of influential relationships that results in lasting change.
We are seeking an outstanding individual to take on this exciting new position. Download the appointment details for this role here, including the job description and person specification. For information on how to apply, please visit Perret Laver's website.
The deadline for applications is Friday 11 June 2021. The role is anticipated to be based in New York or London. However, there is openness to other locations where NRGI has staff based and which meets business needs. Salary and benefits are competitive, with a midpoint of £130,000 p/a in the UK and $210,000 in the US.
NRGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. NRGI considers all applicants based on merit without regard to race, gender, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.