E Co. bites: How do I join the E Co. expert roster and be selected for assignments?
Watch our bite-sized and easily digestible video series, sharing our insights and experiences of designing low-carbon, climate-resilient development projects, across the globe. We discuss the who, where, what, why and hows behind successfully obtaining funding from major donors, including the Green Climate Fund (GCF) and Global Environment Facility (GEF).
Speaker: Mel Phadtare
Question: How do I join the E Co. expert roster and be selected for assignments?
For any experts out there interested in working with E Co. we encourage you to join our roster and register your details online. You can register from any city or country as our work is global. It’s quite simple to sign up, you just go to our website (the links are below) and select ‘current vacancies’. Once you submit your details you will receive an automatic email confirming this.
Internally we will then take some time to review your credentials, and if you are a good fit with E Co. in terms of professional experience, approach and geographic location, we’ll add you to our pool of experts that we draw from. We may not have a project that matches your skills at that very moment, however as and when projects come up, we identify experts from our pre-selected roster, to fill roles and join the project team.
At this exciting stage E Co. will contact you and check your availability and interest, as well as answer any questions you may have about the project. If this all works out, then we’ll draft a contract and you will be welcomed to the E Co. team for the duration of the project.
Now, while in the process of signing up, it’s a good idea to subscribe to our regular newsletter. We also recommend that you send us an updated CV and general indications of your availability at regular intervals – say at least once a year.
So, it’s as simple as that. E Co. is growing and so is our interest in working collaboratively with more experts. So please, if interested, register today!
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