Risk and Resilience Pillar Job in Kenya

Job Description

Contributes to sustainable economic development by incentivising investment through financial instruments that transfer risk and create the risk/return profile for private investors. The pillar also aims to reduce vulnerability through financial solutions such as disaster risk financing and facilitating resilient urban infrastructure projects. The pillar cover 3 themes including Innovation for resilience, sustainable insurance and nature (a cross-cutting theme) and has made significant strides to creating awareness and highlighting critical actions the financial sector can implement to enhance resilience.

Academic requirement:

Ongoing or recently completed undergraduate degree in

Finance, Insurance, Development, Business Administration, or Environment/Climaterelated course.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible, you must:

Be currently enrolled in a four-year college or university Undergraduate Degree course OR a master’s degree course at the time of application and during the internship.

Have completed at least three years of full-time studies if you are currently pursuing a four-year college or university Undergraduate Degree course.

Have graduated within the last 12 months at the beginning of the internship.

Skills and Competencies

Strong interest in the Development or the Financial sector.

Relevant training aligned with FSD Africa programs.

Proficiency in written and spoken English.

Computer literacy.

Ability to interact effectively with individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds and uphold FSD Africa’s core values.

How To Apply

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