The U.S. Forest Service’s Pacific Northwest Research Station is seeking to hire a Research Economist with a duty station in Portland Oregon in the near future. The entry-level of this Research Economist is GS-110-12. A Ph.D. in Environmental Economics, Natural Resource Economics, Forestry Economics, or Ecological Economics is required. A proven interest and track record in conducting applied economics research of relevance to public lands management is highly desirable.
The Incumbent will reside in the Station’s Goods, Services, and Values Program (PNW 2665). The mission of the Program is to conduct and communicate research to advance understanding of relationships among people and forest and rangeland ecosystems.
The full announcement will be posted on USA Jobs in early June, with a 1-week response window.
The Fiscal Affairs Department (FAD) of the IMF is seeking to hire up to 4 economists specialized in issues related to climate change to shape and support the advice given to IMF member countries both directly and more broadly through the development of policy analysis and guidance. If you are interested, please visit the IMF job page (Requitions #2000358) or LinkedIn page and submit your application. The application deadline is June 3, 2020. The successful candidates will be expected to collaborate extensively both within the IMF and with external stakeholders. The positions are expected to require substantial international travel.
The initial appointment will be two years renewable up to four years subject to business needs and satisfactory performance.