We are seeking an analytically sharp and forward-thinking Clean Energy Market Analyst to join a rapidly growing Global Energy Company. If you have a strong interest in the intricacies of the energy transition, this role offers an engaging platform to apply your quantitative skills and contribute to sustainable transformation.
- Play a vital role in enhancing the comprehensive data tools designed to assess the global energy system under various global warming scenarios.
- Apply your energy market knowledge, especially in the APAC region, to enrich energy transition research and modeling.
- Develop insightful commentaries, reports, and interactive dashboards on energy transition topics, with the potential to contribute to renowned publications.
- Represent the organization in various business settings, building relationships with key energy industry stakeholders, including authorities, financiers, operators, and suppliers.
- Master's degree in Economics, Engineering, Mathematics, or another quantitative discipline.
- 3-5 years of relevant experience in the energy industry within APAC, with a specific focus on buildings, industry, or transport.
- Proficiency in the core Microsoft Office product suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Teams, Outlook).
- Desired skills in Python and/or SQL for advanced data analysis and manipulation.
- Demonstrated client-facing experience and strong networking abilities.
- A comprehensive understanding of complex energy systems and a dedication to addressing energy transition challenges.
- Proven problem-solving abilities, including comfort with quantitative models and data.
- Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and effectively communicate with individuals at all organizational levels.
- Exceptional written and verbal communication skills in English; proficiency in other widely spoken languages in the SEA region would be advantageous.
If you possess strong quantitative skills and a passion for clean energy, we encourage you to explore this opportunity to contribute to sustainable transformation in the energy sector.