Date Added: 2 September 2021
: 1 October 2021
Job Title: Energy & Environment Research Fellow
Working For: Policy Exchange Limited
Salary: Variable depending on experience
Length of Contract: Permanent
-Conducting in-depth research into Energy & Environment policy, focused on the UK but within a global context and with an eye to the UK’s international position.
-Presenting your research in coherent, well-argued and detailed reports.
-Writing in other formats, such as opinion articles for high-profile political media. Policy Exchange’s work has appeared in most mainstream media in the UK, as well as many international titles.
-Helping to organise events hosted at Policy Exchange and the Party Conferences.
-Presenting your ideas in different formats to a range of audiences including Ministers and MPs, civil servants, journalists, academics, policy experts and your colleagues.
-Working with a senior team of policy experts, taking an active role in proposing ideas for research projects, articles and other opportunities.
-Focusing on environmental policy, specifically the environment and natural resources, although you’ll also be asked to work on projects that overlap with many other areas, including energy, finance, trade, economics, planning, etc.
-Actively supporting and initiating fundraising.
-Taking an active role in networking with stakeholders in politics, policy development, academia, business and beyond.
Closing Date: 1 October 2021
Interview start dates: ASAP
We will begin interviewing and make an appointment as soon as we start receiving applications, so please apply immediately.
Please send a copy of your CV and a recent sample of relevant written work to email@example.com Please also include 500 words on the topic “Should the UK set a target of ‘nature positive by 2030’?” This writing test is intended to assess the quality of your writing and your ability to set out an interesting argument.
We welcome applications from all sections of the community. We value diversity and appoint on merit.