Current Job Vacancies
The IEA Clean Coal Centre has a vacancy for an author/analyst at its office in SW London.
The IEACCC is a technology collaboration programme, organised under the auspices of the International Energy Agency, but financially independent. We are supported by national governments and corporate industrial organisations. We are dedicated to providing independent information and analysis on how coal can become a much cleaner source of energy. We provide impartial information and analysis on all coal-related trends compatible with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
We promote best practice in all aspects of coal production, transport, processing and utilisation. We address the role of coal in the energy trilemma and the need to balance security of supply, affordability and environmental issues. Our work is focused on reducing emissions of CO2 and other pollutants from coal use through high efficiency, low emissions (HELE) technologies. In the future, this must include carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) to reach the two degrees target agreed at COP 21.
As part of this work the IEACCC publishes about twelve high quality, internationally¬‐respected, reports each year. They cover all aspects of clean coal utilisation, including technology efficiency improvements, the path towards zero emissions through carbon abatement, other emissions and effects, pollution control technologies, residues, coal properties, economics and markets, policy and social acceptance issues. The emphasis is on power generation, but also includes coal conversion technologies and industrial uses of coal.
The IEA Clean Coal Centre wishes to appoint an additional technical author/analyst to join the team. The successful candidate will be required to write clear and authoritative reports on all aspects of the clean use of coal and clean coal technologies worldwide. He/she will be educated to degree or post¬‐graduate standard in an appropriate engineering, environmental, earth or social sciences subject with relevant experience in industry or in a research position. He/she will be self¬‐motivated, with the ability to work alone, albeit within a team of qualified and experienced engineers, technologists, information scientists and policy analysts. The appointee will have an excellent command of written and spoken English and the ability to communicate effectively in terms of gathering and disseminating information at meetings and conferences. Knowledge of other languages would be an advantage. International travel will be an integral element of the job, and some home working is supported.
A competitive salary and pension package will be offered. More information on the IEACCC can be found at: http://www.iea‐coal.org
Vacancy open until position filled.
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