The Institute of Welsh Affairs (IWA) is looking for a proactive organisation or consultant to help deliver a thought-leading Re-energising Wales research paper focusing on regulatory and policy powers over energy in Wales.
This research paper will form part of the evidence base for the Re-energising Wales project, a 3 year project (April 2016-April 2019) that will deliver a plan to enable Wales to meet its projected energy demands entirely from renewable sources by 2035.
This paper will support existing work by analysing the current distribution of regulatory and policy powers over energy in Wales. The aim of the paper is to present recommendations for the future distribution of powers needed to enable Wales to meet its projected energy demands entirely from renewable sources by 2035.
We’re looking for someone with a track record in regulatory affairs and energy policy, with the ability to deliver compelling research and communicate key findings and recommendations to a wide range of key stakeholders in Wales.
The deadline for this opportunity is 5pm on Thursday 14th June 2018. We envisage notifying applicants if they have an interview ASAP after that, with the intention to hold interviews on 20th, 21st and 22nd June.
Further details of this role can be found by downloading the research paper description here.
To apply for this role please send a CV and covering letter setting out how you would approach delivering this project to Shea Buckland-Jones firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm Thursday 14th June 2018.
We would be grateful if you would also complete our Equality and Diversity Monitoring form when you apply, which can be found here. This is voluntary, but helps us to ensure that we are being inclusive in our recruitment.
If you have any queries please call 02920 484 387.
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