Environmental Input-Output Analyst

New Position at the CSIRO: Environmental Input-Output Analyst

CSIRO seeks to appoint a motivated scientist with a social science background and demonstrated experience in environmental input-output economics applied to questions of sustainable use of natural resources. The position will be based within the research program’s Social Systems, Institutions and Governance Research Group in Canberra. A familiarity and interest in lifestyles, consumption, resource use and sustainability research will be essential. The position will involve applying input-output analysis – including hybrid and physical input-output analysis – to applied research questions to inform policies that may support sustainable consumption and production. The role includes conducting empirical research and data analysis and theoretical development, publishing and communicating results to the scientific and policy community. A successful applicant will be expected to work independently and to contribute to an interdisciplinary research team for sustainable consumption and production.

Location: Canberra
Salary: $83K – $90K plus up to 15.4% superannuation
Ref No: 2010/453

For further information about CSIRO please visit www.csiro.au or e-mail Dr Heinz Schandl heinz.schandl@csiro.au.

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