IHS Markit’s Energy Wide Perspectives team have an exciting opportunity within the Climate and Carbon team as a Senior Analyst. This position will be based from the IHS Markit corporate headquarters in London.
We offer an opportunity to join a rapidly expanding business intelligence unit that provides research and analysis of the commercial implications of climate-related policies, low carbon technologies and environmental markets for the energy industry. The senior analyst will be responsible for compiling and analyzing data; written analysis and presentations; participating in client interaction and helping to set the research agenda.
The position will be global in scope, but with the opportunity for geographic and subject matter focus. Core responsibilities of the position will include, but not be limited to:
- Provide high quality, regular research and analysis on climate-related issues impacting energy companies and stakeholders in the energy industry.
- Develop new research streams and support delivery of established research priorities, including climate-related financial risk, modelling low emissions pathways, the impact of electric vehicles and prospects for carbon capture.
- Contribute to bespoke consulting projects on an ad hoc basis.
- Develop and maintain links with the energy industry, technology and climate policy communities.
- Establish relationships with subject matter experts in other IHS Markit business units and leverage their research
To be considered for this exciting opportunity, candidates will demonstrate the following:
- An understanding of major climate, carbon and wider environmental issues and implications for the energy industry.
- Commercial understanding of the low carbon transition and climate policy implementation.
- Prior experience with companies, governments/NGOs in the energy and climate sectors.
- Excellent quantitative and analytical skills.
- Excellent verbal, written, and editorial communications skills, including presentations to senior clients and new business prospects.
- At least three years’ experience in a field related to energy and the environment, with a focus on climate change.
- Graduate degree in energy, economics, finance, international relations or a relevant industry-related field or equivalent experience
Posting Date: 5 April 2018
Closing Date: 3 May 2018