Tractebel Energy Transition, located in Paris and Brussels and Louvain la Neuve, provides consulting services and digital solutions to clients answering to strategic or operational challenges related to economics in an increasingly complex and uncertain environment.
Within Tractebel Energy Transition, “Energy Economics” advises on their analysis of the energy markets fundamentals, their economic assessments of commitment files, their strategic analyses and their choices regarding long term portfolios of activities across the value chain as well as market design.
Tractebel Energy Transition aims for a growth in broadening its service offerings and clients. To accelerate its growth strategy outside of the ENGIE group, Tractebel Energy Transition is seeking a :
1. Your Responsibilities & Duties
Reporting to the Chief Analyst in charge of Paris team, the Senior Economist activily contributes to the development, organization and delivery of services ordered by our customers in the field of macroeconomics, market fundamental analysis, scenario building and related topics. He/she works within a team made of various complementary profiles (engineers, energy economists…) in close relationship with all stake-holders and is specifically involved on following topics :
2. In a specific way in major mode :
Contribute to the elaboration and quantification of strategic scenarios for clients of Tractebel Energy Transition, in the macroeconomic, energy and environmental fields, develop in this context the stories underlying the reference scenarios as well as the scenarios for strategic purposes and their dissemination to client entities. The Senior macro-economist will rely on the analysis of international benchmarks, research work in the economic literature based in particular on the use of computable general equilibrium models and, where appropriate, by realizing in collaboration with Authoritative institutions on the subject simulation with a general equilibrium model of scenarios of interest to the group, of which it documents all assumptions ;
Regularly produce and update analyses on the evolution of macroeconomic fundamentals likely to affect energy consumption in Europe and in several major world countries ;
Develop medium/long-term energy demand projections for emerging countries ;
Participate in the prospective reflection on the trend impact on energy consumption of climate change policies and in particular on energy efficiency and demand control, economic growth and technological developments including rupture.
3. In a more general way in minor mode:
Continually develop and improve understanding of market fundamentals for electricity, natural gas, primary fuels, emissions, green certificates; produce and communicate analytical or summary notes on topics of substance or topicality; advising the sponsoring entities on these matters ;
Cooperate, as necessary, with universities in the course of this work; interact pro-actively with counterparts within or outside the company on all of the above topics ;
The responsibilities of the position are complemented by missions of support to the chief analysts and project managers in the formalization of offers of strategic analysis services to the sponsors.
4. Our Offer
A challenging intellectual environment with unique opportunities of applying innovative economic concepts to real business ;
Numerous possibilities of in-house and external training to develop your compétences ;
An exciting job, within an international group, allowing further career development across all our corporate and business lines, all over the world ;
An attractive salary package in line with your experience and performance;
If need be, personal assistance to help you arrange the practicalities of your relocation to Paris.
You have a doctoral degree in macro-economics, applied economics, an engineering degree or a PhD in mathematics or physics, complemented by studies in a business discipline.You have an in-depth understanding of the engineering, economics and financial fundamentals of the energy business, with 5+ years of relevant experience within an international institution in economic or energy prospective.
You are familiar with activities with a high quantitative and analytical content. You are proficient with macro-economics, equilibrium models, quantitative decision analysis, statistics, econometrics.
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