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SCCS Policy & Research Officer
Vacancy Ref: : 040621
Closing Date : 11 August 2017
Decarbonising energy and the wider economy in Scotland is progressing rapidly, with active engagement from innovators, businesses, and politicians making this one of the most exciting global locations to work.
We seek a degree-level analyst, researcher and advocate, with demonstrable relevant experience in the low carbon energy or climate sectors. You will firstly analyse, develop, and advise on policy for emissions reduction, with a focus on carbon capture and storage. Secondly, you will lead and contribute to analysis and desk-based research and project work carried out as part of defining actionable pathways to 2030 and 2050 decarbonisation of heat, transport, industry and power.
SCCS is a partnership of Scottish Universities and research institutes, with a team of 8 staff employed in the School of GeoSciences at the University of Edinburgh and over 200 researchers across the partnership. SCCS works collaboratively with UK and European organisations in the low carbon energy and emissions reduction sector, and provides evidence-based advice and analysis to Scottish and UK Governments, and the EC. Your work will be of international quality, to be published as working papers and formal reports to brief, advise and inform academics, political advisers, businesses, and citizens.
Full details and online application on the University of Edinburgh website.
This post is a full time fixed term post until 30th June 2018.
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