Energy Efficiency Projects in Ukraine

Internship opportunity 12.05.2017

If you are willing to help the sustainable development of Ukraine and to decrease its dependence on imported energy resources, an internship at our Project could be the ideal start for you.

Our Project conducts a permanent Internship Program, which offers a great opportunity for students or recent graduates from university to acquire working experience in international technical assistance project, to gain insight in the Project activities and to make your own input to the further development of Ukraine.

The Internship Program provides a flexible schedule and lasts up to 3 months (part-time employment). The internship is paid.

You can easily become a part of our team if you:

  • are a 4-year student or have received bachelor’s degree (preferably in areas like energy management, economic or management sciences, international relations, environment);
  • have an excellent command of English; knowledge of German is an asset;
  • are an advanced user of MS Office – Word, Excel, Power Point;
  • have high motivation and willingness to learn;
  • are result-oriented, attentive and well-organized.

Your area of responsibilities will include:

  • preparation of project events under the instruction of project experts;
  • participation in the development of content for a project website;
  • contribution to project newsletters;
  • communication with other GIZ projects;
  • continuous screening of relevant news in the mass media;
  • support of (international) short-term experts;
  • translation of documents;
  • updating of project database;
  • other tasks within project’s activities.

Also, you will have an opportunity to participate in project events and expand your knowledge in the energy area. Upon successful completion of the internship, you will receive a recommendation letter.

In order to participate in the competition for the next available internship, which will be open starting from June 2017, please send your CV and motivation letter in English or German by 29 May 2017 to the project e-mail: