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Reference: 63352

Date Added: 7 November 2017
Closing Date: 30 November 2017

Job Title: Energy Policy Analyst, Japan

Working For: InfluenceMap

Location: London

Salary: £27,000 - £30,000 annually

Job Details

About InfluenceMap
InfluenceMap enables a world where crucial decisions are legitimately influenced and objectively made. We do this by empowering our partners with data-driven and clearly communicated analysis on critical societal issues such as climate change. See www.influencemap.org for more details of our work and reports.

About the Position
InfluenceMap plans to expand our well regarded analysis of corporate influence over energy and climate policy to a Japanese context. Working with Japanese partners we will create a detailed analysis of the Nikkei 100 companies and key Japanese trade associations to allow investors, NGOs, policy makers and other change makers to address policy blockages preventing implementation of sustainable energy and ambitious climate policy by the Japanese government. You will be working closely with our team in London where you will be based, but with travel to Japan to communicate our content with Japanese partners and users of our content. We are highly analytical and data-driven organisation and these respective skills will be required.

A good first University degree
Native Japanese and fluent English
Excellent written business Japanese skills
Excellent research and data analysis skills

Closing Date: 30 November 2017

Interview/Start Dates

Interviews to commence as we receive responses. Start date is depending on the successful candidate's circumstances but is likely to be January 2018.

Application Details

Please send your CV and a short cover letter (one page maximum) indicating why you are interested in the position and how you are qualified. Please send by email to Thomas O’Neill at Thomas.oneill@influencemap.org with the Subject line: Application for Japan position. We will respond to all applications.

Website: http://influencemap.org

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