Reporting to the Executive Director, the research analyst will develop GEM’s Global Steel Plant Tracker (GSPT), as well as assisting with other GEM projects such as the weekly CoalWire newsletter.
Note: GEM does not have a central office; employees work from home offices and need not be based in the United States.
Specific duties include the following:
- Creating, formatting, and updating at least 500 wiki pages on the world’s largest steel mills.
- Creating and updating wiki pages on issues related to steel, such as environmental impacts, opposition campaigns, iron ore and coal inputs, exports and imports, legislation and regulation, new technologies, and steel companies.
- Using spreadsheet and database software to develop tools for analyzing the global steel industry and its environmental impacts at the regional, national, and international levels.
- Analyzing steel industry and Global Steel Plant Tracker data to assess industry trends and movement success.
- Writing blogs, articles, and reports summarizing research findings.
- Representing research findings at meetings, conferences, hearings, and other public events.
- Creating visual presentations of findings using presentation graphics and online tools.
- Working with software developers to develop websites for presenting tracker results.
- Assisting third-party researchers in academia, NGOs, governments, and business organizations seeking to use the Global Steel Plant Tracker.
- Providing miscellaneous editorial support for GEM publications, such as proofreading, data preparation, and development of figures and charts.
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