Vacancy Notices

Policy Manager (Financing Lead)

Full time

Competitive salary according to skills and experience

 

World Nuclear Association, the international organisation representing the global nuclear industry, is seeking to recruit a Policy Manager who will be responsible for delivering the Association’s activities in key policy areas, with particular focus on the increasingly important area of financing and investment of nuclear energy. Reporting to the Director Harmony Programme, this role will require engagement at all levels across the nuclear industry, and also financiers and policy makers, to facilitate global support, financing of, and investment in nuclear energy.

 

Key responsibilities:

· Develop a forward strategic vision and programme for the Association activities in the area of financing

· Identify, establish and maintain a network of key stakeholders, including from within the financing and investment community, in order to build co-operation and develop a coordinated approach to promoting and supporting financing and investment in nuclear energy

· Proactively monitor relevant policy debates, global trends and emerging issues

· Conduct research and robust analysis to understand the key factors, and policy options, that influence financing and investment of nuclear energy

· Develop and disseminate industry position papers, policy briefs and reports, thought pieces and blogs

· Represent World Nuclear Association in related selected external events

 

Qualifications and experience required:

Essential

· Bachelors’ degree in a relevant field

· Finance or economic qualification and/or proven experience of financing of major infrastructure projects

· Minimum 5 years’ experience, ideally gained within the energy or major infrastructure industrial sector

 

Desirable

· Knowledge of the energy market

· Knowledge of nuclear energy industry and energy sector

· Experience in the analytical and policy issues relating to energy in the areas of economic, environmental and sustainable development

 

Person specification:

· Excellent research & analytical skills

· Superior written and oral communication skills

· Credibility and integrity to command respect of a broad range of stakeholders

· Ability to influence & persuade

· Politically and culturally aware

· PC literate and fully conversant with MS Office

· Highly self-motivated, able to work on your own initiative and manage your time effectively

 

This is a full time, hybrid role based in London, UK with some international travel.

 

For further information please contact: carolyn.mdec@world-nuclear.org

Please send a CV and covering letter, of no more than one page, outlining your suitability for this position and salary expectation to appointments@world-nuclear.org.  

Closing date for applications: 31 January 2023.

 

For further information about World Nuclear Association, visit www.world-nuclear.org


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