Founded in the 1930s as one of the world’s first management consultancies, Roskill has been a leading independent provider of intelligence and strategy on steel alloys, copper and technology metals, industrial minerals, and carbon and mineral-based chemical markets since the late 1960s. Roskill’s focus in the 2020s is around critical and strategic minerals and metals for a low carbon society – specifically energy generation, efficiency and storage, including electrified transportation – in a world of rapidly growing economies with large populations driving higher value mineral and metal demand.
We provide insights to participants at all levels of industry in frequent and regular multi-client reports, data products, through consulting services, and events. Our people are our number one asset, and we continually seek to improve their expertise through opportunity and collaboration.
We welcome speculative interest in positions at Roskill, particularly from experienced candidates with economic, engineering, research and scientific backgrounds having worked in the mining, commodity or downstream industries we cover, and who should ideally possess an inquisitive, entrepreneurial and collaborative attitude to their work.
Our current vacancies are listed below:
The successful candidate will work as a member of Roskill’s research and consulting teams focusing in particular on assignments requiring sophisticated data analysis in the realm of socio-economic analysis (SEA) of metal and mineral industries. The ideal candidate will also be responsible for business development of SEA work. The candidate will also support Roskill’s existing team of analysts, providing commodity-specific research and analytical support to multi-client and single-client assignments, as well as represent Roskill at industry conferences and its own events. An interest in, or experience of, analysis and consulting focussed on sustainability and ESG would be highly advantageous.