Senior Energy Economist - Carbon Capture & Storage
Posted on Oct 1, 2021 by Lewis Davey
Lewis Davey is delighted to be supporting a globally operating not-for-profit as they look to recruit and Energy Economist into ideally their London team.
A member based organisation, the Senior Consultant Economics will operate globally and is responsible for providing member services, producing thought leadership, supporting advocacy activities and delivering fee for service work to achieve revenue targets.
This role with suit an Energy Economist with some exposure to the Energy industry. Ideally you'll have some exposure to or at least a passion for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and you'll be able to work autonomously.
- Deliver consultancy services to clients, at the agreed utilisation rate, contributing to overall revenue targets
- 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
- 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
- Maintain and comply with commercial related system process and procedure requirements, such as accurate and timely data input
- Provide expertise and support for advocacy activities, including thought leadership outputs
- Other duties as required
Skills and Experience
- Strong technical writing skills
- Advanced knowledge of economics as applied to energy and climate change
- Demonstrated capability and experience in developing or maintaining energy/economic models
- Demonstrated ability to interpret and understand the economic impacts of actual or proposed policy
- Relevant tertiary qualification
- Demonstrable commercial acumen
- Experience working in a global organisation within a matrix structure