Join the InfluenceMap Team

Current Opportunities
Updated July 2021

About InfluenceMap

We are a London UK based non-profit think tank working on the cutting edge of climate and sustainability issues. Our highly original analysis of the climate agenda has been covered by media globally, used and acted on by hundreds of investors and has informed numerous campaigns. We are probably best known for our unique platform for analyzing corporate lobbying on climate policy. Other work streams are the FinanceMap platform assessing the financial sector and its impact on climate as well as a Japanese collaborative venture (the Japan Energy Transition Initiative).

Joining InfluenceMap represents a great opportunity to be part of a friendly and dynamic team, work with our global network of partners in the finance, media, and campaigning worlds and help develop our cutting-edge content which is helping shape the agenda on the climate crisis. We offer our team members the chance to immediately make an impact on the climate emergency using the power of data and knowledge directed through powerful levers.

InfluenceMap values diversity and provides equal opportunities to all candidates. Our current vacancies are summarized below, with details and guidelines for applications in the associated PDF downloads. We also welcome hearing from you if you think, based on an assessment of our activities, you are a good fit for our team.

Junior Analyst, Climate Change, Japan

You will be a key member of our Japan team working with our global teams to generate content specific to Japan. This includes our analysis of Japanese corporate influence over climate and energy policy which has had considerable impact within the media, companies, and the financial community in Japan (see Japanese Industry Groups and Climate Policy). As an analyst you will receive full training in our research methods and how to effectively communicate our results. Our approach is highly data-orientated and involves accuracy, consistency, and excellent attention to detail. Our work is in widespread use by finance, the media and other stakeholders and we thus place great importance on the ability to communicate our content (both written and verbal) in an effective manner. You will also work on projects related to our collaboration in Japan (Japan Energy Transition Initiative) and the role will involve significant interactions with our global teams in London and New York as well as our growing office in Tokyo where you will be based. This position will offer the successful candidate extensive training and rapid promotion within InfluenceMap. This position would suit a candidate with minimum 1-2 years' experience in a Japanese business working environment.

Please send your application prior to August 31st, 2021, early application welcomed

Junior Analyst, Climate Change, Korea

As a member of our Korea team, you will work with our global teams in London, New York and Tokyo to generate research that will feed into briefings, reports and content specific to South Korea. This includes our analysis of Korean corporate engagement with climate and energy policy, as well as developing and improving our methodology to capture the unique policymaking conditions of South Korea. As our Korea program grows, you will be invited to respond dynamically and think creatively, to produce timely and interesting content on climate policy developments. You will also work on building up our partnerships in Korea and communicating our content to new and existing stakeholders.

As an analyst, you will receive full training in our research methods and how to effectively communicate our results. Our approach is highly data-orientated and involves accuracy, consistency, and excellent attention to detail. Our work is in widespread use by finance, the media and other stakeholders and the ability to communicate our content (both written and verbal) in an effective manner will be highly valued. This position will offer extensive training and rapid promotion within InfluenceMap, and it would suit a candidate with minimum 1-2 years' experience in a Korean professional working environment and an interest in climate policy.

Closing date: 1 September 2021 – early applications are encouraged.