To apply: Please send a CV & one page cover letter to, addressed to Dave Jones. Applications close December 15th , 2021

Ember is recruiting a talented electricity data analyst who will primarily work on increasing our understanding, use and impact of the electricity data we collect across Asian countries. You will work with Asia electricity policy experts within Ember to achieve change with this data, and you will also be working within a wider NGO community of national electricity data experts throughout Asia. You will help to collect and analyse up-to-date generation data, capacity data, other electricity metrics, and also forward-looking targets that can be expressed in terms of generation and capacity. You will become a champion for increasing open electricity data across Asia.

Data can help change the world by helping understand and shape the global electricity transition. The wider Ember team of electricity experts will give you valuable support to bring insights into electricity data and to complement your technical competency with data, leveraging your ability to impact. Ember’s data team is growing, and this role would provide knowledge, ideas and experience into the broader team as a peer. The role will report into the Head of Global Data.


Key Responsibilities

  • Proactively seek out new electricity data sources in Asia (especially SE Asia).
  • Find, collect and curate electricity data from across all Asian countries to supply and improve on Ember’s core data.
  • Work with Ember’s electricity policy analysts so they can create impact from that data.
  • Work with electricity data analysts across a wider NGO community of national electricity data experts throughout Asia, so they can create impact from that data




  • 3+ years of experience in using electricity data.
  • High competence with data – including Excel, R and Python skills.
  • A positive, flexible, can-do attitude, coupled with self-motivation and the ability to work independently.
  • Excellent command of the English language, plus an Asian language.
  • Passionate about using data to tackle climate change.
  • Ability to work in a dynamic, fast paced environment.


  • Knowledge and experience in energy policy.
  • Experience developing advanced data visualisations.
  • Experience using data to tell a story.
  • An established network in the energy & climate space.



Salary and Hours:

  • $40-$55k depending on experience
  • Full-time position; 6-month probation clause
  • Flexible, remote working (Europe/Asia time zone)


  • Local payroll contract
  • Enhanced leave allowance of 25 days holiday (in addition to UK Bank Holidays). Plus additional time off between Christmas and New Year. For each year that you’re part of the team at Ember you’ll receive an additional 1 day of leave, up to a maximum of 5 additional days.
  • Expenses available for travel.
  • Flexible working conditions, including the opportunity for part-time work and home working
  • Office (when we return!) includes free yoga and once-a-week free beer
  • Fully funded access to a local co-working space if not based in London
  • Season Ticket Loan
  • Free annual eye tests
  • Funding and allocated time for your training and development
  • Volunteer Day (e.g. team tree-planting)
  • Time-off to donate blood


About Ember

Ember is an independent energy & climate think tank, using data to drive down carbon emissions from electricity generation and to phase out coal. We gather, curate and analyse data on the global power system – and use our findings to improve energy and climate policy. You’ll be joining us at a period of rapid growth, and be part of an innovative team that’s having a global impact in tackling climate change. We are also a founding member of Subak, the world’s first non-profit accelerator that scales climate impact through data, policy and behaviour change.

We are especially keen to encourage applications from people underrepresented in climate change analysis and campaigning. Climate change is a race issue, a class issue, and a gender issue. We welcome applicants with lived experiences of these issues.

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