Knowledge Officer – Energy Analyst

Who we’re looking for:

Do you want to play a part in supporting professionals working across the energy industry to meet society’s energy needs and tackle climate change?

We are looking for a dynamic, committed Energy Analyst, who thrives on achieving clear outcomes on important research projects. Key responsibilities are data analytics, and stakeholder information within the energy sector, creating succinct, timely outputs for a range of audiences and supporting the fulfilment of the EI’s strategic aims, in particular informing energy decision making through convening expertise and advice.

Who we are:

Here at the Energy Institute (EI) we endeavour to find talent that will live and breathe our values. We pride ourselves on our values and show this through ensuring that we are inclusive by treating each other with care and respect. Our goal is to continually build trust through open and professional collaboration within all areas of the EI throughout employee’s own teams and the business. At the centre of all that we do here at the EI we always strive to exude our desire of being passionate about making a difference not only within our own role, team or organisation but within the energy sector, as a whole.

The Energy Institute’s mission is to create a better energy future for our members and society by accelerating a just global energy transition to net zero

As a not-for-profit chartered professional membership body we bring together expertise to tackle urgent global challenges. The Energy Institute is dedicated to advancing knowledge, skills, and good practice within the energy sector.. The Knowledge Service supports the EI’s members, other EI teams and society with high-quality, science-based energy information.

What you’ll do:

As Energy Analyst, you will work with information and people across all parts of the energy system, in the UK and around the world. Your focus will be the development, provision and maintenance of high-quality energy information and insights for EI members and wider stakeholders.

You should be able to interpret data to identify key trends, and produce material such as reports, briefing papers and infographics to share this information in a clear, effective manner. You will also work with the team to maintain, update and expand knowledge resources through gap analyses, identification of key information sources, influencers and thought leaders. The role will provide the opportunity to contribute to some of our most important projects and collaborations:

The knowledge, experience, and qualifications you need:

Desirable:

Salary: £26,000-29,000 per annum depending on experience, plus benefits

Benefits:

Please see full job description (attached) before applying.

In the case of high interest, this role may close early – please apply in good time. To apply please send your CV and a 1-page max covering letter explaining what you would bring to the role to hr3@energyinst.org. Part-time or flexible work arrangements will be considered.

Deadline: 16 Oct 2022, with interviews commencing shortly thereafter.