Emobility Analyst & Company Car Analyst

Do you have an ability to think critically and strategically? Do you wish to contribute to creating a more sustainable Europe? 

Europe's leading clean transport think tank and campaign group, Transport & Environment (T&E), is currently seeking two highly motivated and proactive individuals in the area of transport data analysis. These are new roles based in T&E’s Clean Vehicles Team.

We offer the chance to help shape policies with huge implications for people and the environment in Europe and across the globe, as well as a competitive salary with a substantial package of benefits.

Candidates with an engineering or economics background are strongly encouraged to apply, though anyone with the relevant skills and interest will be considered.

There are two open positions, both successful candidates would sit within T&E’s clean vehicles team and have  strong analytical, writing and research skills, as well as the ability to think critically and strategically, and communicate effectively. The successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to grasp technical issues, have excellent knowledge of Microsoft Excel, analyse and model different policy scenarios and translate them into compelling reports and simple policy messages.

Both positions will involve the development of T&E’s in-house modelling capabilities and performing scientifically sound research and analysis. This will include analysing and producing original material, most notably writing reports and advocacy materials based on robust evidence in order to support the development of emobility in the EU and its member states

  1. Emobility analyst

The role will involve the following:

  • Providing a wide range of compelling and robust analytical support to the clean vehicle team and to help drive the electrification of cars across Europe. 
  • Strong writing proficiency with the ability to write compelling analytical reports for external publication in fluent, concise and accurate English.
  • Providing technical support on existing and upcoming EU legislation, including on batteries and charging infrastructure or wider emobility topics.
  • Research and analyse documents and elaborate models on a specific topic to produce briefings and reports.
  • Development of T&E’s in-house emobility industrial monitoring looking into emobility readiness of the automotive industry
  1. Company Cars analyst

The role will involve the following:

  • Providing a wide range of compelling and robust analytical support to help drive the electrification of company cars across the EU
  • Supporting the development of a total cost of ownership model that analyses the costs and potential impacts of tax changes on the uptake of EV company cars
  • Working with and managing third party consultancies whose services we may require to achieve our objectives
  • Identifying and, where necessary, procuring data that will help us analyse the company car market and ascertain what steps we need to take to push it to electrification
  • Research and analyse documents and elaborate models on a specific topic to produce briefings and reports
  • German or French speaker an advantage 

Skills needed for both roles: 

The successful candidates should meet the following criteria:

  • Strong writing proficiency with the ability to write compelling analytical reports for external publication in fluent, concise and accurate English. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills 
  • Relevant professional experience working on technical issues in the transport, environmental or energy sectors, a research institution or similar;
  • The confidence to think and act with initiative and to independently identify research opportunities that would clearly support T&E’s mission; 
  • The capacity to creatively find solutions to complex quantitative research questions. 
  • Project management experience and an ability to deliver to tight deadlines.

The successful candidates would ideally have:

  • At least three years years of work experience.
  • A demonstrable knowledge analytical work related to electric cars. 
  • Proven experience of report and analysis English writing skills.  
  • Experience in transport or energy modelling is a plus. 
  • A personal commitment to sustainable transport and the aims of T&E.
  • The ability to speak at least one other EU language fluently.

Deadline for applications: Friday 11th December 2020.

These are full-time positions based in T&E HQ in Brussels, or where T&E have country offices - Paris, London or Berlin. A flexible working schedule can be discussed.

To apply, please complete the attached application form and send it together with a copy of your CV to vacancy@transportenvironment.org, clearly demonstrating how you meet the essential criteria. The candidate is expected to mention which of the two positions they have a preference for and why. The email subject line should state Emobility Analyst. 

The closing date for applications is Friday 11th December 2020. The successful candidate will be expected to start as soon as possible.

T&E anticipates a high number of applications and only shortlisted candidates for the first round of interviews will be contacted.

About Transport & Environment (T&E)

T&E is Europe's leading clean transport research and campaign group. Our vision is a zero-emission mobility system that is affordable and has minimal impacts on our health and environment. Since we were created 30 years ago, T&E has shaped some of Europe’s most important environmental laws. We got the EU to set the world's most ambitious CO2 standards for cars and trucks but also helped uncover the Dieselgate scandal; we campaigned successfully to end palm oil diesel, secured a global ban on dirty shipping fuels and the creation of the aviation ETS, the world's largest carbon market for aviation to name just a few.

We combine the power of robust, science-based evidence and a deep understanding of transport with powerful communications and impactful advocacy. Our staff in Brussels, Rome, Madrid, Berlin, Warsaw and London collaborate with our 60 national member and supporter organisations. All together our members and supporters represent more than 3.5 million people.