JobsWork with us to accelerate the coal to clean transition
Ember is growing!
If you’re passionate about tackling climate change, and like the sound of using data to design really effective climate policies, then we’d love to work with you. Ember’s research and advocacy is already at the centre of the accelerating the European coal phase-out, and now we’re expanding to bring our power sector expertise to Asia. Join us!
-We’re looking for two new Policy Analysts based in Asia. Apply here.
-Our sister organisation, the Climate Subak, is an exciting new experiment in bringing together innovative climate non-profits who use data to make change. They’re looking for a Lead role. Apply here.
The following adverts are now closed –
-Senior Electricity Transition Analyst. Please apply through the Guardian Jobs website.
-Junior Electricity Transition Analyst. Please apply through the Guardian website.
We’ll be hiring new data analysts outside Europe soon, but contact us now at email@example.com if you have utilities experience and Asian power sector expertise.
What we offer
We’re committed to providing a great place to work, at a competitive salary. You’ll enjoy working with us, and with our network of think tanks and climate change campaigners across Europe.
What we’re looking for
We are a UK-based organisation with a global outlook, so we’re especially keen to encourage applications from people underrepresented in climate change work. Climate change is a race issue, a class issue, and a gender issue. We welcome applicants with lived experiences of these issues.
We actively encourage applications from people of diverse backgrounds and do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age or any other category protected by law. Ember is an equal opportunities, disability-confident employer committed to achieving the highest standards of diversity and fairness. Should you have a disability and require any additional support, please contact us by an email.
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