IICEC is an independent Center at Sabancı University that produces energy policy research and has convening power at the energy crossroad of the world.
Working with governments, partners from industry, international organizations, think-tanks and other research bodies, establishing a network of cooperation with other universities in the region and in the world; IICEC aims to inform policymakers, industry, academics and opinion leaders on key energy challenges and provide them with objective and genuine analysis. We foster the exchange and development of ideas by providing a distinguished platform gathering key stakeholders involved in energy and climate fields.
The decision to form the Istanbul International Centre for Energy and Climate was motivated by the growing role of Turkey in the international energy landscape and the strategic position of Istanbul, where Europe and Asia meet. The Center, at Sabancı University Karaköy Minerva Palace in Istanbul, is located at the crossroads of almost all current and emerging energy players, both on the producing and consuming sides of global energy markets. Utilizing this strategic position, IICEC will serve to fill the need for an international approach with international resources to the future of energy and climate topics, as a globally recognized networking center.
We are looking to recruit an Energy Analyst
who will work within the scope of Sabancı University Istanbul International Center for Energy and Climate (IICEC). Location is Minerva Palace, Karaköy.
The successful candidates will have the relevant skills and experience specified below:
- Master’s degree in a relevant field
- 3 years of professional experience
- Strong analytic skills
- Excellent understanding and in-depth knowledge of the Turkish energy profile
- Ability to develop creative approaches to problem solving with an appreciation of longer-term implications
- Good working knowledge of English language
- Excellent written and spoken communication skills
- Eager to do research and to write about a variety of energy-related topics
- No military obligation for male candidates