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Climate Resilience Analyst

Washington, DC, USA

Job Title: Climate Resilience Analyst

Location: Charlotte, NC, Knoxville, TN, Palo Alto, CA, or Washington, D.C.

Job Summary and Description:
Performs complex engineering/ scientific analysis with moderate direction and supervision. Works directly with EPRI staff and moderate interaction with members and industry.

• Conducts technical searches and analyzes information in support of the project team.

• May conduct independent research.

• Assists Project/Program managers in assessing customer needs, formulating technical approaches, preparing proposals, technical publications/papers, and making presentations.

Education:

Bachelor’s Degree in a technical field or equivalent experience required

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

• Must have satisfied requirements of entry level engineer/scientist and have 2-3 years of engineering experience or comparable work/educational experience required.

• Intermediate verbal and written communication skills

• Present research externally

• Understand how work fits across technical area

• Requires supervision and guidance to conduct specific research tasks and complete projects

• Works closely with contractors or staff to complete project research

• May participate in multiple projects

• Individual contributor

Additional Job Information:
The successful candidate will join the Energy Systems and Climate Analysis Group at EPRI, contributing to the project team with technical environmental/economic analyses and communications related to climate change impacts, adaptation, and resiliency, including:

Assessment and downscaling of climate scenarios and impacts;
Climate change and extreme events projections (assessment and application);
Global climate risks and economic damages;
Temperature Impacts on Electric Power (energy systems modeling, efficiency, CDDs, HDDs, variability) .
The ideal candidate would have:

A Master’s degree or above in a science, technology, engineering, mathematics, or economics field;
Experience using numerical models (e.g., simulation or optimization models) applied to energy-environmental-economic research;
Experience working with spatial data in R or GIS, including gridded data products for climate or weather analysis;
Familiarity with GAMS or similar modeling language strongly valued;
Demonstrated ability to write clearly, succinctly, and in a manner that appeals to a wide audience;
A positive attitude, always committed to success and being a part of a team of business and technical professionals;
Curiosity and attention-to-detail balanced by focus on task-oriented goal completion.

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Note: To ensure compliance with U.S. export controls, please indicate your U.S. citizenship or (for foreign citizens) your U.S. visa/immigration status in your resume or cover letter.

EPRI is an equal opportunity employer.

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Electric Power Research Institute
1600 W. Wt Harris Blvd
Charlotte, NC, 28262 USA

Posted 2020-09-09 under Engineering, Research, Science