JOBS: House of Commons Energy Cttee seeks energy investment expert

Careers signpostThe Energy Committee at the House of Commons – which is chaired SNP MP Angus MacNeil – is looking for an energy investment expert to provide specialist advice on a consultancy basis.

Inquiry: Investor confidence in the UK energy sector

Energy and Climate Change Committee

Applicants should be able to provide clear expert advice, on issues relating to investment in general and investment specifically in the energy sector  in writing and in oral presentations to Energy MPs.

The successful applicant will work with committee support staff in the preparation of advice, briefing material and reports for the committee, particularly in relation to the Committee’s current inquiry – Investor confidence in the UK energy sector.

Apply to the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee at ecc@parliament.uk by 6 November 2015. See also:

Britain drops out of World Top 10 investor-attractive renewable energy markets (16 Sept 2015)

http://www.scottishenergynews.com/britain-drops-out-of-world-top-10-investor-attractive-renewable-energy-markets/

 

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