The IEA is looking for an intern to assist us with our work on improved alignment of renewable, energy efficiency and energy market policy. The term of the internship would be for 6-9 months, starting as soon as possible (ideally by April) until December 2017. (Option to start part-time). The position would work directly with a secondee from the Australian Government, working across the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Division of the IEA.
The successful candidate would:
Skills and Attributes we are seeking
- Excellent written communication skills - You are able to synthesise and communicate your analysis in English in an engaging, clear and succinct manner.
- Organisational skills – You are able and willing to organise workshops, meetings and events and undertake other administrative tasks associated with this work.
- Team player – You are the able to develop good working relations with people across the Energy Efficiency and Renewables Division, the IEA and externally.
- Ideal skills and experience but not required – energy policy development or implementation experience, energy policy analysis, cost benefit analytical skills, excel and modelling knowledge, low carbon economic development in developing economies.
|Preference for bachelor or master student||No preference|
|Study||MSc Energy Science|
|Field||Innovation, Environmental and Energy Sciences|
|Length||Between 6 and 9 months|
Please submit your CV and a one page expression of interest which summarises the relevant skills and abilities you would bring to the role, to Michelle.Adonis@iea.org by cob Wednesday March 1st.