Careers

Grade 6

Team Leader, Built Environment
Grade: 6
Closing date: Apply before 11:55 pm on Monday 29th August 2022

The CCC is hiring an analytical leader to lead the team advising on buildings and the built environment within the CCC secretariat. The role will lead on one of the most challenging and high-profile areas of the UK’s transition to being a Net Zero climate-resilient nation, where, in the context of recent heat waves and looming energy bill crises, policy is regularly headline news.

Team Leader, Land-use, Agriculture and Nature
Grade: 6
Closing date: Apply before 11:55 pm on Monday 29th August 2022

The CCC is hiring an analytical leader to lead the team responsible for the CCC’s work on land-use, agriculture and nature, across both climate adaptation and mitigation. This role offers an opportunity to shape the future of the UK’s land use and the policies that guide it as the UK replaces the Common Agricultural Policy.

Team Leader, Climate change risk assessment and adaptation progress assessment
Grade: 6
Closing date: Apply before 11:55 pm on Monday 29th August 2022

The CCC is hiring a team leader to lead the team responsible for delivering the CCC’s work on the UK’s Fourth Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA4). This role offers an unprecedented opportunity to shape the delivery of the UK’s next comprehensive assessment of risks and opportunities from climate change – the primary evidence base for the national climate change adaptation response.

Head of Communications and Engagement
Grade: 6
Closing date: Apply before 11:55 pm on Friday 9th September 2022

The CCC is hiring a key leadership role within the Secretariat that works closely with both the Chief Executive and Committee Members. This is an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate to shape and lead a new CCC communications and engagement strategy as we assess and advise on the UK’s delivery against its statutory climate commitments.


Grade 7

Senior Analyst – Industrial Decarbonisation
Grade: 7
Closing date: Apply before 11:55 pm on Sunday 4th September 2022

The CCC is hiring a senior analyst within the manufacturing and construction team of the CCC secretariat. The role will focus on decarbonisation of the manufacturing and construction sector, cross-cutting trade and carbon leakage policy and reducing UK consumption emissions. This will include line management responsibility of an SEO analyst in the same team and opportunities to get involved in a range of areas across the work programme.

Senior Analyst, Climate Change Risk Assessment
Grade: 7
Closing date: Apply before 11:55 pm on Monday 5th September 2022

The CCC is hiring several high-performing senior analysts to comprise a new team to deliver the UK’s Fourth Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA4). This is the 5-yearly comprehensive assessment of risks and opportunities across the UK economy and natural environment from climate change.


SEO

Analyst – Fuel Supply
Grade: SEO
Closing date: Apply before 11:55 pm on Sunday 4th September 2022.

The CCC is hiring a fuel supply analyst to join its mitigation team. The role will involve leading analysis for fuel supply, which covers a wide range of areas, interacting with analysts on manufacturing, electricity generation, greenhouse gas removals and a range of energy end-use sectors (e.g. buildings, transport). There will also be the potential to work across the team, as part of our work on a number of ‘themes’.

Finance Manager
Grade: SEO
Closing date: Apply before 11:55 pm on Friday 9th September 2022.

The CCC is hiring a finance manager to join its corporate team. The role is a fast-paced and challenging role with tasks and responsibilities which span several key finance disciplines including; management reporting, finance business partnering, financial accounting and reporting, financial operations. It will allow the successful candidate to develop their experience and exposure to a wide range of financial disciplines providing an excellent development opportunity.


Diversity and Inclusion

Climate change is an issue that affects everyone, but inequalities in society mean that not everyone is affected in the same way. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) offers a framework for the CCC to improve our advice to Government and how we report on progress made in reducing emissions and adapting to climate change to ensure better policy outcomes for all UK citizens.

The CCC’s strategy sets out how the CCC will take this forward within our own organisation and structures, and the way in which we carry out our statutory obligations.

The strategy aims to build a positive, constructive EDI culture within the CCC and to ensure that EDI informs delivery of our statutory obligations:

  1. Our work understands and recognises the importance of EDI for improving the intended outcomes of our advice and recommendations to Government. We will use tools such as data and equality analysis and representative focus groups to better understand the potential differential impacts of our advice and commit to presenting this evidence in an engaging and clear manner.
  2. Our culture is inclusive and supportive, where all staff are treated respectfully and fairly, regardless of background, gender, ethnicity or other aspects, and where bullying or harassment of any form is not tolerated.
  3. Our people are increasingly diverse across the profile of the CCC, so that we are more reflective of the society that we serve.

Read the full Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy here.


Further information
  • In the interests of fair and open competition, we do not maintain a database of potential candidates
  • We do not accept applications on a speculative basis or hold CVs on file to be considered for future vacancies
  • Unfortunately, we do not generally have the capacity to offer internships, work experience, work shadowing or support placement schemes