Vacancies at the Energy Institute
Salary £24,000-£25,000 p.a. depending on experience
Two-year fixed-term contract
This is a two-year fixed-term contract, suitable for a recent graduate or someone with an interest in the energy sector who would like to gain broad experience and exposure in the industry, gain a broad perspective on safety and environmental issues, or gain a foothold in project management.
The role will be to support the development of the EI’s Technical research work programme, in particular related to human factors, power utilities and environment, as well as assist in its delivery to customers. This is a very varied role, so you will need to be able to adapt to new tasks quickly.
You will work with senior people in the energy sector through committee meetings and industry events, and gain a broad understanding of a number of safety and environmental issues the industry faces.
As part of the role, you will be provided with relevant training, including human factors, environment, Hearts and Minds and Tripod Beta. Furthermore you will be given the opportunity to identify and attend other EI training courses depending on your interest, including safety, energy management, or oil and gas business management in order to build a strong skill-set for your future career.
Please send a CV and covering letter explaning how you meet the requirements of the post to Helen Sullivan, Energy Institute, 61 New Cavendish Street, London, W1G 7AR, or e: email@example.com by 2 January 2018.
Salary £20,000 – £23,000 p.a. plus benefits, commensurate on experience
The post will be full-time, office-based and offered with an initial one-year contract.
The Energy Institute (EI) is the professional membership body bringing global energy expertise together. We gather and share essential knowledge about energy, the skills that are helping us use it more wisely, and the good practice that keeps it safe and secure.
We articulate the voice of energy experts, taking the know-how of around 20,000 members from 120 countries to the heart of the public debate. And we’re an independent, not-for-profit, safe space for evidence-based collaboration, an honest broker between industry, academia and policy makers.
The EI is looking to appoint a Digital and Editorial Officer to support the editorial teams responsible for producing two monthly magazines which are distributed to members of the Energy Institute: Energy World and Petroleum Review, and specifically to help to manage and extend online content based on material from the magazines. The Digital and Editorial Officer will report to the Deputy Editor, Energy World
To apply: Please send a CV and covering letter explaining how you meet the requirements of the post to Helen Sullivan, Energy Institute, 61 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7AR, or e: firstname.lastname@example.org by 4 January 2018. Interviews will take place mid to late January.