Economic and environmental work in the OSCE context focuses on ways of identifying the risk to security arising from economic, social and environmental problems and drawing the attention of relevant international institutions to the need to take appropriate measures.
- University degree in economics, regional planning and development, environmental studies or related fields, or equivalent professional experience in such areas;
- Work experience in the fields of economics, business development, regional planning and development or environmental development and protection;
- Experience working with developing or transitional economies;
- Communication, interpersonal and analytical skills.
- Experience in policy formulation and analysis in the fields of macro-economics, micro-economics, and/or sectoral or regional planning and development;
- Experience of project analysis.