Careers at the EIC

Please see below for the latest vacancies at the Energy Industries Council.

Project and Events Administrator, International Trade

Full-time, permanent (slightly reduced hours will be considered for the right candidate), home office-based (UK)
No agencies please.

The EIC is not your ordinary not-for-profit trade association. We operate in the competitive, global energy industries. We have experienced and highly regarded staff in key energy regions around the world supporting our members with our own verified market intelligence and energy sector knowledge. We’re run with commercial acumen. So when it comes to recruitment, it’s important for us to get the right people.

We are now recruiting for a Project and Events Administrator for our International Trade team. You will be supporting a team of 4 and working on multiple events across the globe. The team manage the UK Pavilion at large Overseas Exhibitions, run regular Overseas Trade Delegations, Virtual Events and lead in the EIC’s annual Energy Exports Conference. This is a high-pressure role for a good multi-tasker who is able to prioritise their workload. Please see full job description for further details of prime responsibilities and duties, and core skills and requirements for the role.

As well as a competitive salary there are also several benefits such as a company pension, life assurance policy, private medical insurance scheme (optional), 25 days holiday (rising to 28 days based on length of service) and professional development opportunities.

To apply for this role, please send your salary expectations, CV and a covering letter explaining how you meet the criteria (see ‘core competencies’ in the job description) to camilla.tew@the-eic.com by midday on Friday 9th April 2021.

EIC Customer Specialist (x2)

Full-time, permanent (slightly reduced hours will be considered for the right candidate), home office-based (UK)
No agencies please.


The EIC is not your ordinary not-for-profit trade association. We operate in the competitive, global energy industries. We have experienced and highly regarded staff in key energy regions around the world supporting our members with our own verified market intelligence and energy sector knowledge. We’re run with commercial acumen. So when it comes to recruitment, it’s important for us to get the right people.

The EIC strives to offer subscription benefits and side activities that provide real business opportunities for its 700+ member companies, both those in the supply chain and those looking to accelerate project realisation and extend existing assets within the operator and contractor communities.

We are therefore looking for two dynamic business development professionals, each looking to flourish their account management skills with the enthusiasm and industry experience to join our growing team.

This isn’t your average sales role for membership subscription or sales on conventional events. Yes, you will be required to maximise membership retention, sponsorship and secure stand sales but with the unrivalled resource of market intelligence available from any trade association of it’s kind globally and amongst a supportive network of colleagues who all thoroughly enjoy contributing to the EIC’s work in the ever-changing energy industry.

We know the UK supply chain; we know the operator and contractors that are awarding contracts on capital projects and how existing assets are being upgraded. We have the insight to organise a series of relevant and industry-specific EIC events and provide activities that have a growing reputation for supporting our members across the global energy sectors as we all head towards the energy transition.

These new roles will play a significant part in helping to expand the EIC network whilst retaining and engaging existing customers. Two ambitious individuals ready to use their initiative together alongside the EIC’s market intelligence will have a distinct advantage to further their career.

As well as a good starting salary with OTE, there are also several benefits such as a company pension, life assurance policy, private medical insurance scheme (optional), 25 days holiday (rising to 28 days based on length of service) and professional development opportunities to raise your profile amongst your peers.

Please see the job description for further details.

To apply for this role, please send your salary expectations, CV and a covering letter explaining how you meet the criteria (see ‘core competencies’ in the job description) to sarah.gilley@the-eic.com by midday on Friday 12 March 2021.

Interviews will take place on Teams w/c 22 March 2021.

Due to the high volume of applications received, we are only able to contact shortlisted candidates.

The EIC is an equal opportunities employer.