Climate Policy Analyst

Organisation: Carbon Brief
Salary: £30,000 – £34,000 pa
Location: London
Hours: Full Time
Position type: Paid
Contract: Permanent
Closing date: Mon 10 March 14

Do you have experience of reporting on difficult technical material for a lay audience?
Do you have a background of working on energy or climate policy?
Do you want to contribute to a better-informed debate about energy and climate change?

Carbon Brief ( is a blog focusing on climate science and policy analysis, data journalism and media analysis.

Our policy team produces a wide range of data-driven journalism and analysis, covering UK energy policy, politics and technologies.

We’re looking for an analyst, communications professional or experienced journalist who has worked extensively in climate or energy policy.

The role covers:

  • reporting on and analysing the latest issues to affect the UK energy debate;
  • developing feature stories, investigative series, blogs, factchecks, podcasts and graphics on relevant topics;
  • thinking strategically about our future work in this area.

You’ll need at last two years’ experience of working in an energy- or climate-related field.

The ability to break stories, work under your own initiative and write accurately and accessibly to deadline is essential. Good social media skills will be an advantage, as will experience of producing multimedia content.

This is a full-time, permanent position, based at our offices in London. The deadline for applications is 5pm, Monday 10th March, and interviews will be held in London on Tuesday 18th March. Salary £30,000 – £34,000, subject to experience.

A full job description and information on how to apply is available here.

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