- Key role in a dynamic and effective team of social & economic scientists
- Developing solutions to major national environmental and economic challenges
- Work on cutting edge economics research addressing biosecurity issues
CSIRO seeks a motivated economist to join its Social and Economic Sciences Research Program to design, conduct and publish original and innovative research on biosecurity issues and risk analysis. The position is a leadership role in a growing team of social and economic scientists working in this area under the auspices of CSIRO’s new Biosecurity Research Flagship.
Specific duties will include:
Conceive, design, conduct and deliver cutting edge economics research addressing biosecurity issues, leading to effective outcomes in biosecurity policy and management
Publish high quality scientific publications, through peer reviewed journals, book chapters and presenting material at conferences and workshops
Contributions to and interactions with international scholarly communities in research economics, biosecurity and environmental management
Location: Canberra, Australia
Salary: AU$99K-$132K + up to 15.4% superannuation (pension fund)
Ref No: ACT00535
To be successful you will have:
A PhD in a relevant field of economics
Experience in the application of economic theories and analytic methods pertinent to biosecurity, preferably in the context of cross-disciplinary project teams.
Demonstrated track record in research design, management and delivery, including publication in the peer-reviewed literature.
CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, is a powerhouse of ideas, technologies and skills for building prosperity, growth, health and sustainability. It serves governments, industries, business and communities.
The Social and Economic Science (SES) Program – – within CSIRO is the primary provider of social and economic scientific expertise to CSIRO and seeks to be recognized, nationally and internationally, as a leader in social science on questions of sustainability.
For further information on this position or the SES Research Program contact Dr. Marcus Lane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications close: open until closed.