About SFA (Oxford)
SFA (Oxford) is a leading commodities consulting firm based in Oxford, UK (www.sfa-oxford.com). For 20 years, we have advised miners, industrial conglomerates, and financial institutions across the world on mining business development, sales and procurement strategies.
As the world transitions to a more sustainable economy relying on green energy technologies, SFA Oxford is proud to provide advisory services to firms working with critical metals and minerals including the platinum group metals (PGMs), rare earth elements (REEs), lithium, cobalt, and more.
We are looking to hire a full-time Hydrogen Analyst on a 6-month fixed-term contract to support the Clean Energy team on hydrogen-related consulting assignments. Your responsibilities will initially include qualitative research on hydrogen technologies, quantitative scientific assessments of technology viability, and scenario development.
As a key member of our Clean Energy team, you will be responsible for conducting cutting-edge research and providing insightful analysis on hydrogen technologies, market trends, and regulatory policies. With your expertise and vision, you will play a critical role in shaping the future of the hydrogen industry and providing strategic guidance to our clients.
The role requires an in-depth understanding of the hydrogen market, technologies, and the regulatory environment. The Hydrogen Analyst will provides insights, forecasts, and recommendations on the industry's development and growth to clients.
- Demonstrated interest in hydrogen, energy technologies, or environmental economics.
- Bachelor’s degree in engineering, economics, business, or related fields.
- Excellent research and data analytics skills.
- Strong analytical, quantitative, and problem-solving skills, with proficiency in Excel, PowerPoint, and other relevant tools.
- Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work effectively with clients and stakeholders.
- Ability to keep up with a rapidly changing market.
- Master's degree in engineering, economics, business, or related fields.
- Experience in consulting, research, or advisory services in the energy sector.
- Familiarity with hydrogen production, storage, distribution, and end-use technologies and
- Knowledge of the regulatory, policy, and environmental aspects of hydrogen development
- and deployment.
- Knowledge of Python.
- Knowledge of other languages.