Joining the Brook Lyndhurst team
We are always interested in receiving high quality, speculative applications, which we really do ‘keep on file'. We also offer a limited number of 3-4 month paid internships every year. Should you wish to be considered for future full-time positions or an internship, please note the following requirements:
- ALL applicants must send a covering letter and a full CV outlining what they have to offer, why they would be interested in working for us and previous relevant experience.
- Unless otherwise specified, a covering email must be sent, with the material described above to Michael Fernandez using this form. All applications (from anyone, for any position) will remain unread if the application does not conform to these requirements;
- If you are applying for a paid internship, please note that we never have more than one place available. (For ethical reasons, we do not provide unpaid internships). Please also state in your application when you will be available; and
- For ALL positions, we require evidence of the following: an outstanding academic background in a relevant field; an aptitude for working with both numerical data and qualitative information; a reasonable working knowledge of spreadsheets or databases; an ability to communicate analytical findings/information in written material; a willingness and ability to work collaboratively with others; commitment to producing high quality work, on time, regularly; and good communication skills.
Freelancing for Brook Lyndhurst
If you are interested in freelance work, please tell us about your current projects, areas of expertise (research methods and subject matter) and your availability.
Successful candidates for full time positions can expect a rewarding salary, profit and performance-related bonus, individually tailored training, a stimulating and friendly working environment, and the opportunity to shape both their own future path as well as the future path of Brook Lyndhurst. We encourage applications from individuals irrespective of their gender, ethnicity, age, faith, disability or sexual orientation. If you would like more information please contact Michael on 020 8846 2100.
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On Tuesday I spoke at the Westminster Forum event entitled: “Reducing and managing waste: implementing the Waste Prevention Programme and moving towards a ‘zero waste’ economy”. With five minutes to speak, I thought I’d say five things. I decided to make my remarks from a demand side perspective, drawing on a mix of Brook Lyndhurst’s [...]
I’ve just come back from researching energy in New Zealand. It turns out there are some pretty fundamental differences in the production and consumption of energy between the UK and New Zealand. Below are a few examples and accompanying observations and anecdotes regarding possible reasons why this might be the case. At the end I’ll [...]
“We do not learn from experience… We learn from reflecting on experience.” (John Dewey) The strength of participatory action research (PAR) is that the role of the researcher includes being a facilitator of change. PAR seeks to understand the world while trying to change it, collaboratively and reflectively. In this blog, I briefly explore some [...]