Intern (m/f/d) in the program GET.transform – Global Partnerships Intern

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Our model for success is a better life for everyone and purposeful tasks for our employees. For more than 50 years, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), as a company of the German Federal Government, has been supporting the implementation of development policy goals worldwide. Together with partner organisations in 120 countries, we are involved in a diverse range of projects. If you want to make a difference in the world and develop yourself in the process, you’ve come to the right place.
  • Job-ID: V000058947
  • Location: Eschborn
  • Assignment period: 06/17/2024 – 12/16/2024
  • Field: Trainees
  • Type of employment: full-time
  • Application deadline: 05/29/2024


Job description


GET.transform is a European multi-donor program focused on supporting energy and power system transformations in emerging economies. It offers comprehensive advisory services to governments, regulatory bodies, and electric utilities on the topics of long-term energy planning, renewable energy grid integration, as well as energy policy, regulation and market development. GET.transform operates in Africa and Latin America. GET.transform is looking to fill an internship position to support on research, documentation, communication, and implementation in the fields of energy planning, renewable energy grid integration, energy policy, regulation, and market development. Learn more at and join us in driving sustainable energy development.


Your tasks


You will have the following tasks during the internship:

  • Support research and data analysis related to energy (e. g. policy, private sector investment, capacity development for RE, regional energy integration, with a focus on Africa and the Americas
  • Assist with project management tasks for the Head of Global Partnerships (e. g. organize internal & external meeting and travels, follow up on agreements, document & circulate minutes of meetings etc)
  • Support to build or update filing structures, folders, landing pages, MS planner for project purposes, and synchronized connections across sharepoint or MS Teams
  • Support to review energy transformation related consultancy reports to ensure it meets acceptable standards as per the terms of references or request for services
  • Support development of diverse communication materials (e. g., factsheets, presentations, illustrations, videos, social media information, newsletters etc)
  • Support in developing concept notes on GET.transform Global partnerships with regards (e. g. engagement with internal & external collaborative partners, participation at high level energy sector internal and external events etc)
  • Tracking and documenting of technical assistance needs emanating from GET.transform policy catalyst including TA support offered
  • Document and report on status of GET.transform implementation at country and regional level


Your profile


  • Bachelor’s degree in social or political Sciences, Development/ Energy Studies, Communications, or similar
  • An understanding of the role of energy in sustainable development and climate change mitigation
  • An understanding of energy contexts in Africa. Latin America is a plus
  • Excellent communication skills, particularly in written and oral
  • Profound skills in MS office required (in particular but not limited to PowerPoint, Excel, Sharepoint)
  • Graphic design skills (e. g. in Photoshop, Illustrator, Canva or other editing software) are a strong asset
  • Fluency in English required; fluency in German is an advantage, Portuguese or Spanish is a plus




Please be informed that you are only allowed to apply for this internship, if you are currently enrolled as a student or graduated not longer than six months ago from the start of your internship.

We pay a monthly stipend of €2.134,52 (gross).

GIZ would like to increase the proportion of employees with disability, both in Germany and abroad. Applications from persons with disabilities are most welcome.

For further information, please contact Ms. Ene Sandra Macharm (



Eschborn, Germany
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