Energy Policy Analyst at The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) works to stabilize the oil markets, coordinate and harmonize the petroleum policies of its member nations, and guarantee a regular, cost-effective supply of petroleum to consumers, a stable income for producers, and a just return on capital for investors in the petroleum sector.
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Title of Position: Policy Analyst for Energy
Code of Work: 6.1.07
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Overview Of The Energy Policy Analyst
The Environmental Matters Department of the Secretariat keeps tabs on, evaluates, reports, and offers advice on events related to the global discussion on energy policies, climate change, and sustainable development. It also helps to closely coordinate the stances of Member States on these issues.
In order to do this, one must: keep track of and analyze global discussions and advancements regarding energy policies, environmental issues, climate change, sustainable development, and trade; collect and evaluate data and information in these areas; support Member Country coordination by taking part in pertinent multilateral forums and talks; and expand OPEC's networks with national, regional, and international organizations.
It develops the long-term strategy for OPEC and keeps track of, evaluates, and reports on pertinent national, international, and regional environmental policies, as well as their effects on the energy markets.
The Position’s Goal
In order to evaluate the influence of energy policies on the anticipated levels of oil supply and demand over the medium to long term, the Energy Policy Analyst researches, evaluates, and reports on relevant energy policies, institutions, and laws in producing and consuming countries and regions.
to make a contribution to WOO, the World Oil Outlook.
Energy Policy Analyst help in Research, analysis, and reports on key developments in the energy policies of the main oil-producing and consuming nations and areas are contributed to the World Oil Outlook.
conducts research on the effects of significant advancements in energy policy
examines how organizations and laws that support group action in the energy sector have changed throughout time.
investigates the shifting patterns of energy geopolitics and the security of the supply and demand for energy.
contributes to internal meetings and a variety of foreign forums' talks, publications, and presentations
carries out any additional responsibilities given by the appropriate superiors in relation to his or her experience, credentials, and position.
Essential Skills and Requirements Educational Requirements:
Engineering, International Relations, or Economics degree from university; advanced degree desired
Experience at Work:
eight years to earn a university degree
Six years for an advanced degree
Specializations in Training:
Analysis of energy policy
awareness of changes in the oil market
Presentation and analytical abilities
a focus on customer service
initiative as well as morality
Status and Advantages
Employees of the Secretariat are foreign workers whose duties are wholly international rather than national. They must exhibit the personal traits—integrity, independence, and impartiality—that are required of foreign workers while doing their duties.
Reporting to the Head of the Environmental Matters Department, the position is at grade E. The benefits package, which includes remuneration for expatriates, is appropriate for the position's level.
The deadline for applications is December 14, 2023.
How to Utilize
Candidates who meet the requirements are asked to submit an application and resume, which can be obtained from the governor of their nation for OPEC (PDF) (see the Nigeria address below
THE GOVT. OF NIGERIA
Nigerian Federal Republic.
Block D, 11th Floor, NNPC Towers, Herbert Macaulay Way, Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria; Dr. Adedapo Odulaja, Governor for OPEC; Office of the Minister of Petroleum Resources.
Applications must be submitted to the OPEC Secretariat via the appropriate Governor before the above-mentioned closing date in order to be taken into consideration.
Applicants cannot be older than 58 years old and must be citizens of OPEC member countries.