25 Apr Energy Economist – Carbon Capture & Storage – London or Brussels
Energy Economist – Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) – London or Brussels.
Lewis Davey is delighted to be working with the Global CCS Institute as they look to secure a number of key appointments in their London and Brussels offices.
This is an excellent opportunity to work for a global, membership driven, Not-For-Profit playing an integral part in advocacy for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) as a crucial component in a portfolio of technologies required to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide energy security.
As a Senior Consultant focused on Energy Economics, you will join a newly established UK office or Brussels.
The Global CCS Institute has a global footprint. Headquartered in Melbourne Australia and with offices and representatives across the United States, Canada, Japan and Belgium and China, you will work in a global capacity and be the technical point of contact for anything relating to Energy Economics and particularly the interaction with CCS.
Reporting into the General Manager – Commercial, this is essentially a consultancy role where you will liaise with the Client Engagement team to undertake delivery of fee for service work and sell thought leadership outputs. You will work with the Advocacy team to promote thought leadership outputs and the Commercial team, Members and clients to deliver commercial outcomes.
Your key responsibilities will be;
- Contribute to growth of the Institute’s commercial business by contributing to the development of proposals for fee for service work and participating in business planning activities
- Provide market-valued, authoritative insights and analysis to Members and clients by maintaining and using deep knowledge of CCS technology, markets, trends, industry practices, regional, global and subject matter developments
- Produce, edit and publish materials about CCS issues, conveying information appropriately for intended audience and medium
- Deliver high-quality work products to meet and exceed expected timeframes, budget (costs and margins) and Member and client satisfaction
- Provide expertise and support for advocacy activities, including thought leadership outputs
- Other duties as required
It’s essential that applicants should possess strong technical writing skills and have advanced knowledge of economics as applied to energy and climate change and ideally CCS. You will be able to demonstrate capability in, and experience of, developing or maintaining energy / economic models and be able to interpret and understand the economic impacts of actual or proposed policy.
You will hold a degree in a relevant discipline and have a long term right to work in the UK or Brussels.