Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations: Recruitment announcement
Position: Research Assistant (Climate Change, Urbanisation and Sustainability)
Location: New Delhi
Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER), an autonomous, policy-oriented, not-for-profit, policy think tank based in New Delhi is looking for a Research Associate/ Assistant for its Climate Change, Urbanisation and Sustainability team.
The team consists of seasoned professionals belonging to a variety of disciplines, covering multiple facets of this broad theme. The team is engaged in cutting-edge research employing General Equilibrium Models (GEM), energy systems models, waste models, etc. to tackle core energy, climate and environmental issues. It offers its research services to different government ministries for shaping their negotiation stances at multiple forums such as the G20, UNFCCC, etc.; and also provides timely insights into some of the key questions that the country is grappling with.
Qualifications and Experience:
About the Position:
The Research Associate/Assistant will support the team with various environmental, energy, and climate change projects. S/he will also support the thematic lead in client management and other similar managerial activities as a part of this role.
The work involves a mixed bag of responsibilities but essentially compromises of the following activities:
While the abovementioned activities outline the responsibility of the candidate, it may not be limited to the same, and additional responsibility could be assigned by the thematic lead.
To apply, kindly send your detailed CV along with a covering letter to email@example.com
Last Date of Application: 31st Jan 2024. However, the application call will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. Due to the high volumes of application received, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further consideration. Preference would be given to candidates that can join immediately or have a short notice period.
To know more about ICRIER: www.icrier.org