Experience: 0 to 3 Years
Skill Required: Project and Program Management,Advocacy and Campaign
Apply By: 17-02-2023
Ember is an international independent energy and climate think tank, using data to drive down carbon emissions from electricity generation and to phase-out coal. Ember gathers, curates and analyses data on the global power system and uses the findings to shift the conversation towards high impact energy and climate policies and to empower other advocates to do the same.
Ember is a founding member of Subak, the world’s first non-profit accelerator that scales climate impact through data, policy, and behaviour change. The successful candidate will be joining at a period of rapid growth and be part of an innovative team that’s having a global impact in tackling climate change.
Ember’s work is aligned with the objectives of the Paris Agreement limiting global warming to well below 2C, preferably to 1.5C and the goal to reach global peaking of emissions as soon as possible achieving a climate neutral world by midcentury.
Benefits & Culture
The world needs to rapidly phase down coal power, and since Asia is home to 80% of the world’s coal power, this role is a unique opportunity to influence one of the most important policy areas of this decade. You will lead key research areas including India’s coal phasedown, widening China’s focus on electricity transition, and increase the solar uptake across
Responsibilities will include;
You are an experienced programme leader and strategist with a career ideally developed in a like-minded think tank, NGO, foundation, or other relevant organisation. You have considerable experience in initiating political change, influencing the clean energy narrative in Asia and using research and data to impact policy across multiple countries.
Your skills include;
Ideally you also offer;
If you share Ember’s mission to transition from coal to clean electricity worldwide by 2040, and you can demonstrate the skills and experience required, please apply by forwarding your resume and cover letter responding to the skills required above to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting #1015814 or call Lois Freeke of NGO Recruitment in Melbourne on 03 8080 8978.