ENERGY INSTITUTE Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- IndustryNon-profit & NGO
Head of Professional Affairs in London, Greater London
on 27 October 2022
A nice place to workHas its problems like all other organisations, but the EI has a positive culture, and it is doing something meaningful for society. There are lots of opportunities to do interesting work
Events Operations Executive in London, Greater London
on 26 November 2019
Great place to learn new skillsOur Head of Department leaves the running of the events to me so I have to take complete responsibility which is the environment I thrive in. As the most senior events person in the team I help everyone with any knowledge or tasks they are unsure of including mentoring and managing some of them.
Technical Officer in London, Greater London
on 25 December 2018
Dynamic workplaceIn my current job I have learned how to liaise with a number of different stakeholders and companies, being able to adapt my work and speech to the level of knowledge of different publics. On a daily basis, I work with data from clients, review technical documents as well as have fun with my work colleagues. My company offers a good work-life balance for its employees.
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