Baltic Development Forum leads an international energy project in Kaliningrad and North-West Russia. The project is partly funded by the European Union. Under the title “Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Solutions in Kaliningrad Oblast” (or RENSOL), the project is aimed at identification of best available technical solutions and financing models for increased energy efficiency mainly in buildings. The project’s duration is 27 months and is being implemented in the Kaliningrad Region (Russia).
The project is led in close cooperation with project partners in the Baltic Sea Region including Nordic Council of Ministers (Information Office in Kaliningrad), Union of Baltic Cities (Energy Commission), Northern Dimension Institute/Lappeenranta University of Technology and the Russian partners: Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Environmental Center ECAT-Kaliningrad. The project gets valuable support by representatives of federal, regional and municipal levels in the Russian Federation. The project is co-funded by the European Union and is within the Non-State Actors and Local Authorities Programme for the Baltic Sea Region (within the framework of the priorities of the Northern Dimension). Get more information about the project at www.rensol.eu
The Technical Advisor will be responsible to provide on-site training for the staff of municipalities and district heating companies to demonstrate in practice the value of applying international energy management standards and prepare a working seminar focusing on theories and standards for energy management according to the international energy management standard, ISO 50001 within the Working Package 3 of the project “Energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions in Kaliningrad oblast” RENSOL. Lead Partner of Working Package 3 is Nordic Council of Ministers’ Information Office in Kaliningrad. The implementation site is the Kaliningrad Region.
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Time-span for implementation of the above mentioned tasks is from the 15th November 2012 till 15th November 2013. Interested candidates are welcomed to send Cover letter with motivation, financial proposal and Curriculum Vitae including date of birth, citizenship, educational qualifications, a summary of professional skills and expertise, a summary of relevant work experience, publications written, and languages spoken.
All applications should be sent to Olga Kovaleva by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org latest November 15, 2012 by quoting the code “RENSOL”.