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Working student - Quantitative Junior Analyst

LexisNexis Risk Solutions

LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Karlsruhe, Germany
Posted on Thursday, September 14, 2023

About the business

At ICIS, our mission is to optimize the world’s resources. We help companies make strategic, sustainable decisions by bringing transparency to markets across the world. We create a comprehensive view of commodities markets, providing companies with the data and intelligence to successfully navigate across global value chains every day. Our customers benefit from instant access to price assessments, reports and forecasts, a dedicated news channel and supply and demand data. You can learn more about ICIS at the link below. https://www.icis.com/explore/

About the role

We are looking for a full-time or part time student to join our established EU carbon analyst team in Karlsruhe (Germany) as a Quantitative Junior Analyst.
The role can be either a full-time internship (40 hours/week) or part-time (16-20hours /week). Please note that the position requires on-site office attendance with some degree of flexibility for occasional remote working .As a junior analyst, you will help us shape our European carbon market analytics activities with a key focus on data management and visualization, industrial technology research, and fundamental market modelling. Overall, we are looking for students who have a strong interest in the energy transition and environmental markets, as well as a true passion for programming and working with data.

You will be responsible for

  • Developing and implementing analytics/data visualization tools on our platform
  • Supporting day-to-day work with data handling and programming
  • Researching abatement technologies in the EU industrial sectors


  • Programming experience is required – SQL/Python skills and neural
  • network knowledge are an advantage
  • Comfortable handling and visualizing large data sets
  • Strong problem-solving abilities, enjoys working in a team, takes initiatives
  • Interest in the energy transition and EU climate policy landscape
  • Strong communication and writing skills in English is a requirement
  • Bachelor or master’s in industrial engineering or similar

We offer

  • Mentorship and learning on-the-job alongside experienced analysts and
    other working students
  • Exposure to key players in the European energy markets
  • Time schedule flexibility and fair salary
  • Summer BBQs and table tennis

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