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Role – Young Associate 2023-2025 – International Energy Agency – Energy Demand Outlook
The Young Associate would report directly to one of the team leads within in the Tracking Sustainable Transitions Unit at the IEA, focusing on developing new energy policy mapping, and integrating those into the IEA’s demand-side modelling.
Their work will cover specific energy technologies and geographies, based on the needs for WEO special reports, as decided by the Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) and Chief Energy Modeller.
The Young Associate will contribute to the substantive policy output of the Directorate producing the IEA flagship publication World Energy Outlook by assisting with research and co-ordination tasks and other projects that may be assigned by the hiring manager.
As an integral part of the World Energy Outlook team the Young Associate will work with the Chief Energy Modeller, a team of modellers and analysts.
Main Responsibilities Young Associate 2023-2025 – International Energy Agency – Energy Demand Outlook
- Compilation of data and policies on energy, clean energy transitions, climate and development as part of the World Energy Outlook analyses and other related publications.
- Working closely with the lead analysts in the division, contribute to activities such as drafting working papers and reports, analysis, external and internal consultation and results dissemination.
- Working closely with colleagues, contribute to WEO analysis and modelling and support teamwork and co-operation.
- The organisation of meetings and workshop related to WEO publications.
- Work in the fields of energy access, sustainable development goals and clean energy transitions.
- Assisting with answers to queries, preparation of graphs, tables, and presentations as required.
- Support cross-agency activities, including for instance, the organisation of high-level events.
Ideal Candidate Profile – Young Associate 2023-2025 – International Energy Agency – Energy Demand Outlook
- An undergraduate university degree in economics, engineering, international relations or other relevant discipline (graduation date between 1 January 2022 and 1 September 2023). Applications from candidates who already hold or are enrolled in a Master’s, PhD, or equivalent degree will not be considered.
- Course work in at least one of the following areas is required: statistics, quantitative analysis, and econometrics.
- Coursework relating to engineering or economics is preferred and to energy or public policy is desirable.
- Good understanding of energy sector dynamics.
- Excellent quantitative skills and proven analytical abilities.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Fluency in one of the two OECD official languages (English and French) and a knowledge of, or willingness to learn, the other.
- For this role, the following competencies would be particularly important: Achievement focus, Analytical thinking, Drafting skills, Flexible thinking, Managing resources, Teamwork and Team leadership, Diplomatic sensitivity, Strategic networking and Strategic thinking.
- Please refer to the level 1 indicators of the OECD Core Competencies.
Contract Duration – Young Associate 2023-2025 – International Energy Agency – Energy Demand Outlook
Two-year fixed term appointment
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- Monthly base salary is 3 873.50, exempt of French income tax, plus allowances based on eligibility.
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