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We are looking for a passionate intern who will work on our new project pertaining to carbon neutral heating and cooling scenarios for 2050. The intern will be part of the energy modelling and analysis unit assigned to this project within the climate and energy team at SEI Tallinn. The work will encompass data gathering, analysis and reporting (both qualitative and quantitative data) on heating and cooling infrastructure.
The tasks of the intern will include:
- Intense desk research for support with data collection and data analysis for heating and cooling infrastructure and technologies such as centralized district heating or decentralized heating with heat pumps and micro-CHPs.
- Support for preparation of analytical reports and presentations that synthetize the data.
- Other day to day tasks to support climate and energy team.
- Education and/or strong interest and experience in relevant master’s/bachelor’s university degree (chemical, mechanical or energy engineering).
- Study level: While internships are generally open to everyone, priority is given to motivated matriculated master’s students for whom an internship is either part of their curriculum or a thesis project.
- Proficiency in all Microsoft Office tools, particularly Excel.
- Capacity to collect, organize and analyse quantitative and qualitative data.
- Good mathematical skills.
- Fluency in spoken and written English.
- Experience with renewable energy projects.
- Strong analytical mind with high level of curiosity.
- Willingness to learn about heating and cooling sector.
What we offer
- Opportunity to work on international and dynamic team.
- Great career path towards sustainability and green energy solutions.
- Learning environment focused on personal development and meaningful work.
- Opportunity to work from home.
How to apply
We are reviewing applications on an ongoing basis, so please submit your application as soon as possible, but no later than 13 August 2021, 23:59 Tallinn local time. We only accept applications that are submitted through our recruitment system. Please apply online using the button below.
- Cover letter highlighting relevant background, qualifications, desired internship period, interest areas and expected achievement at end of internship (maximum 1 page).
- Curriculum vitae.
- Optional: list of publications, posters or essays related to the topics of an internship.
Use the button below to submit your application. Applications sent via email will not be accepted.
Terms for internship
The intern is expected to be available for full-time work during the internship period unless another arrangement is agreed in advance.
SEI Tallinn only offers unpaid internships. Internship candidates are expected to be fully funded and insured by external sources for the full duration of the internship. SEI Tallinn does not provide housing and does not assist in finding accommodation.
For inquiries about the position, please contact Merlin Rehema, Acting Head of Climate and Energy Programme (email@example.com) or Adil Aslam, Junior Expert, Climate and Energy Programme (firstname.lastname@example.org).