Greenpeace International is looking for an Energy Analyst to provide the expertise and analysis to support the development and delivery of our climate and energy strategy and campaigns.
The climate crisis is here. Rising seas and extreme weather events are costing lives and putting tens of millions of people at risk. Younger generations are being robbed of their future on a healthy, liveable planet. Greenpeace is fearless in calling for bold solutions. Spread across the world, the Greenpeace International (GPI) Climate Team of campaigners and issue and communication experts is coordinating Greenpeace global work around climate.
As a key member of the Climate Team, you will guide and support staff across GPI and our National & Regional Organisations (NROs) with high level strategic, technical, economic and policy expertise. You will also facilitate knowledge and information sharing, collaboration and best practice between NROs and keep abreast of the latest technical, economic and policy developments, always aiming to ensure that innovation is at the heart of our work.
We would like to hear from you, if you have …
- Substantial relevant professional experience in economics, engineering or a related field, working with key energy suppliers, utilities, energy regulators and policymakers in different parts of the world, including Asia and potentially also Africa.
- Knowledge of oil/gas, electricity, utility sectors and markets globally, including the latest energy & decarbonisation policy discussions in key markets, plus strong technical, economic and financial knowledge of electricity markets, power generation and energy – upstream and downstream.
- A clear understanding of renewables and emerging hydrogen/ammonia technologies.
- Proven quantitative skills and experience in financial analysis, model building, DCF/LCOE analysis.
- Proven ability to grasp new and complex concepts and areas of energy economics and turn them into comprehensible campaign strategies.
- Fluency in English and at least another language, with substantial multi-cultural experience.
- Demonstrable support for and belief in Greenpeace’s core aims and values.