Call for applications for the Task Leader of the Behavioural Insights Platform 2021-2022 – deadline March 12th

The Energy Sector Behavioural Insights Platform brings together government policy makers and other experts to share knowledge and experiences applying behavioural insights to energy policy. The aim of the Platform is to improve the efficacy of demand-side energy policies by ensuring that human behaviour is accounted for throughout the policy cycle.

The Platform is entering Phase 2 of its activities and requires a new Task Leader, i.e. coordinator of the Behavioural Insights Platform for the period 2021 – 2022 (with possible extension beyond 2022).

Note: the Task Leader will work remotely, with occasional international travel once the public health situation allows for it.

The Terms of Reference for this role can be downloaded here.

Interested parties are invited to provide a short proposal (no longer than 5 A4 pages) outlining:

  • How you meet the desired profile, including examples of past experiences working with policy makers on the application of behavioural insights.
  • How you would deliver the tasks outlined above, including staff time and cost estimates.

Deadline for submitting proposals to the UsersTCP Secretariat ( 12 March 2021.