Date Added: 4 July 2019
: 23 July 2019
Job Title: Analyst (Political Risk and Sustainability)
Working For: Critical Resource
Salary: Competitive starting salary, with performance-related bonus
Background: Critical Resource is a leading advisory firm specialising in sustainability issues and political risk. We are currently seeking 1-2 Analyst(s) to work as part of Critical Resource’s core team, gaining experience across a broad range of our work.
Tasks may include:
- Supporting the team on client assignments, including research into socio-political issues around resource projects as well as on broader global issues; contributing to analyses for client reports; preparing notes following conversations with regional or issue experts; and supporting project managers in successful delivery of the client projects.
- Enhancing Critical Resource’s profile and thought leadership, including arranging and managing events, such as panel talks, drinks events and private dinners; coordinating our monthly email Briefing, including securing high-profile interviewees and administrating its distribution; managing and updating content for our website; securing speaking slots for Critical Resource at industry conferences and events; supporting business development and the expansion and coordination of our global advisory network.
- Contributing to our work on corporate strategy around climate change, including by supporting clients on climate resilience and leadership; undertaking analysis of the strategic implications of tougher climate policies; and helping to drive and undertake business development for Critical Resource’s climate change initiative.
The successful candidate will also be expected to undertake a set of essential administrative tasks, e.g. helping to maintain our internal client database, scheduling calls and meetings, and other tasks.
This is an exciting opportunity for anyone who wants to gain practical experience in the sustainability / political risk field. Much of the work will be challenging and intellectually engaging, often with tight deadlines, and involve research on a globally important set of issues, with potential opportunities for international travel.
The role would suit applicants with 1-2 years of work experience or recent graduates.
Availability required: Initial 12-month, full-time contract with a three-month probationary period, starting as soon as possible. Potential for extension of contract.
More detail available on https://www.c-resource.com/work-with-us/
Closing Date: 23 July 2019
We expect there to be an initial round of telephone interviews w/c 29th July, followed by two rounds of interviews and a written test. The expected start for this role is August or September at the latest.
Please note that you must be eligible to work in the UK to apply for this position.
Please send both a CV and a maximum one-page cover letter to email@example.com by the closing date.