Job Vacancy

Writer & Analyst
Central London
c. £45k + benefits package

World Nuclear Association, the international organization representing the global nuclear industry, is seeking to recruit a Writer & Analyst to join its Communication team based in London, UK. Working as part of a small team, the successful applicant will play a crucial role in ensuring the Association retains its reputation as the world’s leading information resource on nuclear power.

Role summary
The role involves providing editorial support for the Information Library – an online resource of over 180 papers relating to nuclear power – and the writing of news stories for the Association’s World Nuclear News (WNN) service.

  • Monitoring of daily news relating to nuclear industry
  • Analysis and write-up of ongoing updates for the Information Library
  • Identification and implementation of improvements to existing information resources
  • Research and drafting of news items to provide ad-hoc support for WNN.

About you
We are seeking applicants that can demonstrate excellent writing and proofreading skills, as well as proficient scientific literacy and analytical capabilities. Technical knowledge of the nuclear industry is desirable, but not a prerequisite, but applicants must have a demonstrable interest and understanding of macro trends across the energy and electricity markets. Applicants should be university educated, ideally in a relevant scientific discipline.

Key skills

  • Outstanding writing ability in the English language
  • Logical thinking and problem solving ability
  • Ability to present technical information in a clear and concise way, suitable for non-specialists
  • Excellent attention to detail

 

 

Please send a CV, and a one-page covering letter outlining your suitability for this position to Virginie Ryan-Taix, Head of Communication, World Nuclear Association, Tower House, 10 Southampton Street, London WC2E 7HA, or appointments@world-nuclear.org. The closing date for applications is Friday 29 March 2019.

For further information about the World Nuclear Association, visit www.world-nuclear.org


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