Senior Consultant CCS Technology
Washington DC, USA
20th March 2019
The Senior Consultant CCS Technology operates globally and is responsible for delivering thought leadership and fee for service work to achieve revenue targets.
- Contribute to growth of the Institute’s commercial business by contributing to the development of proposals for fee for service work and participating in business planning activities
- Provide market-valued, authoritative insights and analysis to Members and clients by maintaining and using deep knowledge of CCS technology, markets, trends, industry practices, regional, global and subject matter developments
- Produce, edit and publish materials about CCS issues, conveying information appropriately for intended audience and medium
- Deliver high-quality work products to meet and exceed expected timeframes, budget (costs and margins) and Member and client satisfaction
- Provide expertise and support for advocacy activities, including thought leadership outputs
- Other duties as required
Skills and experience
- Recognised scientific/engineering expertise in carbon dioxide capture technologies demonstrated through relevant project, OEM, consulting or research experience
- Strong technical writing skills
- Experience in undertaking techno economic assessments of carbon dioxide capture and/or energy technologies
- Engineering or other relevant tertiary qualification
- Demonstrable commercial acumen
- Experience working in a global organisation with a matrix structure
- Demonstrable scientific/engineering expertise in electricity generation technologies, and industrial processes that are significant sources of carbon dioxide emissions.
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