CDP is looking for a motivated, talented and passionate Data Analyst to join our Data Team based in our London headquarters, reporting to the Associate Director Data. The position holder will play a key role in the quality review and modeling of corporate GHG emissions and other related data points, working to enhance CDP’s ‘Full GHG Emissions Dataset’ offering. More information regarding this project can be found here: https://www.cdp.net/en-US/Programmes/Pages/ghg-emissions-dataset.aspx. The successful candidate will have experience with predictive analytics within the R environment and will be driven to help solve global environmental problems using the power of data.
About CDP’s Data Team
The Data Team is part of the wider Impact & Insights team. Its primary remit is to improve the usability of the corporate climate change, water security and forests data and cities, states & regions data disclosed to CDP by developing and applying robust and transparent methods for data cleaning and modelling. It supplements this work with harmonized data collected from external sources and seeks to enhance accessibility for CDP’s stakeholders. Additional to this, the team produces value-adding analyses that help internal and external stakeholders better understand these vital environmental data, and make better decisions from them.
Key responsibilities include:
Required skills and experience:
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This is a full-time role based at CDP’s Central London office.
Salary and benefits:
Salary will be up to 25,000 GBP per year (depending on experience), fixed-term contract of 12 months with the possibility of extension based on performance.
Annual discretionary bonus, 24 days’ holiday (increasing to 30), generous non-contributory pension provision, life assurance and others.
Interested applicants must be eligible to work legally in the UK.
To apply please email your CV and cover letter (no more than two pages) to [email protected] with ‘Emissions Data Analyst’ in the subject line. The deadline is 23.00 GMT on February 26, 2018, but early applications are encouraged and will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
We will reserve the right to close the vacancy early if a suitable candidate is appointed.