Junior Product Associate

Type: Trainee
Region: London

Climate X is a purpose-driven climate adaptation data company set to revolutionise how the world manages assets, property, and infrastructure.

We apply cutting-edge, peer-reviewed science to help prevent the worst impacts of climate change. We combine climate projections, remote sensing observations, and modelling to project the frequency and severity of physical climate risks such as floods, subsidence, storms, etc. Our SaaS platform lets financial institutions and real estate firms look at future climate pathways to:

  • help identify how property/company assets could be damaged by severe weather events and
  • what that damage might do to the asset valuations.
  • become more resilient to climate change and make smarter investment and lending decisions.

We advocate diversity with our founders, team, and investors from various backgrounds. We’re not building just a team but a place of innovation where problem solving, and fun coexist to adderss the most significant challenge our society is facing now.

The impact you’ll own

As Junior Product Associate, you will be at the forefront of shaping our product’s evolution by understanding client requirements and collaborating closely with our Science and Engineering teams to design, build, and test new functionalities or data enhancements.

Your role will involve engaging in rigorous data analysis, particularly focusing on climate change risk and loss modelling, to inform product development strategies.

You will have the opportunity to communicate your insights and recommendations effectively to stakeholders in a clear and concise manner, driving informed decision-making processes. Additionally, you will play a key role in contributing to the continuous improvement of our product documentation, ensuring clarity and accessibility for all users.

About you

Essential skills

  • Hands-on, can-do attitude, great interpersonal skills, and ability to collaborate effectively with internal and external teams.
  • Great data analytics skills mainly in Python/SQL/Excel and high attention to detail.
  • Strong communication skills with ability to grasp technical concepts and translate these to a non-technical audience.
  • A deep interest in climate change and sustainability, with a keenness to learn and adapt in a fast-evolving field.

Desirable skills

  • Understanding of the current climate change space and interest in future trends.
  • Knowledge of geospatial data and/or climate loss modelling.
  • A bachelor’s or master’s degree in a relevant subject or with strong statistics background e.g. economics of climate change, mathematics, economics.
  • Ability to exercise excellent time management and meet multiple deadlines.
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