2024 - Kearney Energy Transition Institute – Internship


Job Description



As a junior analyst, the intern will participate first-hand in the research activities of the Kearney Energy Transition Institute (ETI). Under the supervision of a manager, the intern will be involved at all stage of the delivery process, including (i) data collection, literature review, possible interviews with stakeholders (e.g. academics, industry, international organization…), (ii) issue and data analysis (e.g. build issue tree, develop dummy pack, excel modeling…); (iii) and finally draft of the FactBook (i.e. draft slides, ensure quality control).

On top of the day-to-day research, the intern may, on an ad-hoc basis, be involved on the other activities of the ETI such as preparing “notes” for the management, supporting communication efforts, or assisting with presentation to stakeholders.

The position is based in Paris (2, rue des Italiens, 75009). Duration is up to 6 months. Depending on corporate possibilities, the candidate could decide to allocate part of its internship to a consulting project.


  • Must be pursuing or possess a master’s degree with some kind of specialization in quantitative analysis, engineering and/or business.
  • Must have English full professional proficiency
  • Must have basic understanding of the energy transition challenges
  • Must possess strong analytical and quantitative skills, be proficient in Excel and thoroughly understand Word, PowerPoint and basic IT software.
  • Must be detail-oriented, intellectually curious and a fast learner
  • Must be flexible, at ease with a multicultural environment and a team player


Founded in the Netherlands as a nonprofit organization, the ETI studies global trends in energy transition and strategic implications for private sector businesses as well as public sector institutions.

Energy transition will result in seismic shifts across the energy value chain and offer new opportunities for industries such as oil and gas, utilities, equipment manufacturers, automotive and transportation, finance, tech companies, and start-ups. Navigating this rapidly changing energy landscape requires a strong understanding of key energy stakeholders and technological advances. The Kearney Energy Transition Institute is dedicated to providing objective technological insights and exploring how businesses may capture the opportunities that arise and address the challenges faced in this complex setting.

The Kearney Energy Transition Institute is an independent non-profit entity with strong links to leading academics on energy transition globally. The Institute is governed by its own board. Its activities are overseen by Board members and a scientific committee comprised of highly experienced individuals and academics in natural and applied sciences, business, and petroleum engineering.

For further details: http://www.energy-transition-institute.com/


Kearney is one of the world leaders in strategy and management consulting. The firm has 4,000 employees for 60 offices in 40 countries and assists general management in their development, operational efficiency and transformation issues. In Paris, Kearney has 170 employees and contributes to defining the strategy of the largest French and international companies.

Language Requirements

Français et anglais