This is an exciting opportunity to be part of our Insight and Analytics team where you will be supporting the generation of analysis-backed insights into some of the biggest issues the world is facing today. Working with like-minded colleagues in a fast-paced and stimulating environment, this role will suit someone who is excited by working in a team, using qualitative and quantitative data analytics and who shares our passion for accelerating the transition to a circular economy.

Role and Responsibilities

You will take part in delivering the I&A team objectives through the following activities:

Research and analysis. Working with various projects and initiatives of the Foundation to drive research, problem solve and insights generation on transitioning to a Circular Economy; collaborating with the EMF team, external research and business partners,

Knowledge transfer. Packaging knowledge into a report, case studies, and other assets and tools. Supporting the development and facilitation of workshops and other events, if required.

Stakeholder engagement. Working with a wide range of stakeholders ranging from companies, cities, philanthropists, policymakers, academics and NGOs and students.

Internal capability building. Actively contributing to developing the Foundation’s expertise through the development of the Foundation’s knowledge repository.

Your profile

  • 1-2 years’ experience in a role related to Business and/or Economics or a Masters degree in a related subject.
  • The intellectual capacity and analytical skills to understand the principles of the circular economy and to apply them to various projects and initiatives
  • The skills to analyse data (e.g. by building Excel models) and extract insights, even when sources are scarce or data points seem ambiguous.
  • Strong communication skills: evidence of having written engaging documents; the ability to interact effectively at all levels of an organisation and to contribute proactively to problem solving in meetings and workshops.
  • Evidence of strong quantitative analytics done as a thesis/work project or as part of a previous job.
  • Basic programming skills in Python and/or Javascript would be a real advantage.

Please apply with CV, covering letter and salary expectations by October 30th 2020

Desired starting date: asap

Closing date: 30th October 2020

Salary package: Competitive within the charity sector and including generous holiday allowance and gym membership.

Location: Cowes, Isle of Wight

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