EPRI is hiring for two positions on the climate resilience analysis team at EPRI, in a home office setting or at EPRI locations including Palo Alto, DC, Charlotte or Knoxville.
Climate Vulnerability Analyst: https://vhr-epri.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/epricareers/job/Climate-Vulnerability-Analyst_REQ-1780
Climate Vulnerability Researcher: https://vhr-epri.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/epricareers/job/Technical-Leader_REQ-1781
The Energy Systems and Climate Analysis group brings together earth scientists, climate economists and energy system analysts to work on research related to electric sector and economy-wide decarbonization, climate-related risk assessment, greenhouse gas goal setting and the social cost of carbon. Both of the positions above are focused on climate impacts analysis, adaptation and resilience strategies, with the primary difference being the level of experience — the analyst role is designed for upcoming/recent grads, while the researcher role is more senior.
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) is a non-profit, non-advocacy independent research organization established in 1972 with a public benefit mission. EPRI brings together its scientists and engineers as well as experts from academia and industry to provide thought leadership and collaborative value to help address societal challenges, including electricity reliability, sustainability, equity and the environment. EPRI strives to advance knowledge and facilitate informed public discussion and decision-making.