Edinburgh or Inverness (Hybrid of home and office working)
£27,594 - £30,280 +8% employer pension contribution

Paid • Full Time • Permanent

Sectors: carbon, climate & energy

Closing date: Monday, 3rd June 2024   5 days left

Are you passionate about tackling the climate emergency? We urgently need to scale up the action we’re taking to avert disaster; this is where you come in. We are Scotland’s leading environmental charity delivering solutions for low carbon living. A trusted expert with over 35 years’ experience, we’re looking for a talented Researcher to join our industry-leading Consultancy team and make a real difference. 

The Team

Our Consultancy team are leaders in the industry and provide expert analysis and insight to drive the decarbonisation of homes in Scotland. The team works across a range of disciplines including analysing housing stock and applying the latest insights in behavioural science, with monitoring and evaluation specialists evidencing the impact of projects.

The team carry out research and support projects to make a low carbon lifestyle a reality for all. This can include area-based projects focused on domestic energy efficiency and a range of other decarbonisation projects involving low carbon heat and renewables.

The Role

Your role will ensure our work continues to be underpinned by outstanding research and analysis. You’ll use your excellent grounding in qualitative and quantitative research techniques to conduct both technical and social research that underpins reports and recommendations for clients.

Using your keen eye for detail you’ll ensure that the research the team produces and maintains the highest quality. Whether this is when you are conducting interviews, developing and analysing surveys, or carrying out desk research – you’ll be using your clear communication skills to ensure data is gathered and analysed effectively.

The research you undertake and support on is critical to Changeworks achieving its strategic aim to accelerate the decarbonisation of Scotland’s home to help tackle climate change. Your work will lead to positive change for the environment as well as people, their wellbeing, and the homes they live in.

At Changeworks, we welcome and encourage applications from everyone.

Closing date for applications: 9am, Monday 3 June 2024

Interviews: 13 and 14 June 2024

For further information about this post please contact Freya Burns at [email protected]

Changeworks ~ delivering positive low carbon living.

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