Specification: Support for our work on a green, equal and just recovery (economic expertise and financial analysis)
This specification is open to anyone interested in an opportunity to work with the Office of the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales (FGCW), to provide economic and analytical support for our work on a green, equal and just recovery from the pandemic.
We are seeking support for our ongoing work on the green, equal and just recovery in Wales, specifically financial analysis and economic expertise throughout 2021-22 and potentially in 2022-23. We are looking for an individual, organisation or consortia to work with us to deliver this support on a flexible call off basis over a 24–month period: priorities and resources needed would be planned and agreed at regular intervals. There is also potential for a further one–year extension which will be assessed at the 18–month point.
One of the Commissioner’s key priorities for this year is to influence the recovery from the pandemic in Wales, particularly through ensuring the newly elected Senedd and Welsh Government take opportunities for a green, equal and just recovery. The main elements of this work will relate to:
- Jobs and skills in key industries for a green, equal and just recovery;
- Decarbonisation, with a particular focus on the large scale decarbonisation of homes;
- Investment priorities and the Welsh Government budget process.
Read the full work specification here.
Proposals should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org ‘FAO Cathy Madge’ by 5pm on 30th April 2021. If you are shortlisted, you will be invited to meet with us to discuss your ideas during the week commencing 10th May 2021. We expect the first part of the work to begin during May.
We welcome applications from interested individuals, organisations or consortia.