Here at the World Energy & Meteorology Council (WEMC) we are always looking to collaborate and work with self-motivated individuals who are passionate about energy, weather and climate and give their unique input in these fields. If this sounds like you, check out the opportunities below.
Communications Officer (Part/Full-Time, 0.6-1 FTE)
Do you enjoy communicating to a variety of audiences – industry, academia, policy, general public? Are you keen to contribute to combatting climate change, by improving the adoption of weather and climate solutions for the energy industry?
We are seeking a highly motivated, result-driven, pro-active and fun person who will contribute to the communications and to office coordination of the WEMC’s activities and projects. The successful candidate will contribute to current projects WEMC is a leader or partner of, such as the EU H2020 SECLI-FIRM (http://www.secli-firm.eu). You should be effective at communicating weather and climate solutions for the energy industry, including designing and implementing innovative ways to communicate. Although desirable, no prior knowledge of weather and climate is required: a strong and proven willingness to learn about this field is however essential.
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Junior Software and Web Application Developer (Part/Full-Time, 0.6-1 FTE)
We are seeking to appoint a self-motivated and dynamic professional, to assist with the fast-growing technical requirements of the organisation. This work is principally intended to improving a public version of the Climate and Energy demonstrator developed by the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) European Climatic Energy Mixes (ECEM, http://ecem.wemcouncil.org).
To succeed, you will have experience in front-end web development, and a strong interest for both technical implementation and design aesthetics. The successful candidate will work closely with our senior designer and data engineer. The Software and Web Application Developer is offered as a part/full-time position (minimum 3 days a week), initially as a one-year contract, which can be renewed upon satisfactory performance. The normal place of work is Norwich (UK) for which a work permit to work in the UK would be required. However, teleworking will also be considered. The successful applicant will be offered an attractive salary package, dependent on qualifications, experience and track record. This position offers a varied and interesting workload, in a highly stimulating environment. The position is available now and the search will continue until the position is filled.
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As an expanding organisation, we are happy to receive speculative applications (CV with a cover letter) from appropriately qualified professionals at any time, particularly if you have proven experience in one or more of the following: project management, event organisation, stakeholder engagement, software development. Teleworking and part-time appointments would be considered too.