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The German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS) is one of the world’s leading research institutions and think tanks for global sustainable development. It contributes, through research, policy advice and training, to finding answers to global questions affecting our future.
For work in two research projects on just energy transitions, IDOS Research Programme “Environmental Governance and Transformation to Sustainability” is looking for a
Postdoc/Senior Researcher (f/m/diverse)
Full time 100%, 39 hours/week
German public sector tariff, EG14 TVöD Bund
Position No. 2023-C-02
The position may be filled as soon as possible and is limited to 31 December 2025.
The ClimEQ consortium project funded by Swedish Agency FORMAS aims at analysing causes and consequences of policy coherence between climate change, reducing inequality and other SDGs and to provide tools to identify synergies and make transparent trade-offs in different socio-economic and political contexts. In the context of the project, the Postdoc/Senior researcher will further the development and dissemination of the online tool NDC-SDG Connections and contribute to empirical case study work on multilevel governance for just energy transitions.
In its current phase (2023-2025), the Klimalog project funded by the German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) focuses on analysing multilevel climate governance and policies of international cooperation that strive towards a climate-resilient and ecologically sensitive just transformation. The postdoc/senior researcher will contribute research and policy advice on just energy transitions and NDC implementation as supported by German and European development policy and corresponding partnership approaches for coal phase-out. The working time will be split equally between the two projects.
The position is aimed at a postdoc/senior researcher with prior experience in climate and energy governance who wishes to deepen research on just energy transitions and interactions between climate actions and the SDGs, and engage in research-based policy advice.
The IDOS offers an inspiring, family-friendly working environment at the interface of research and policy advice, with ample opportunities to engage in international discussions, political processes and scientific debates.
In the case of equal qualification, physically challenged persons will be given preference. We want to promote the diversity of our employees and would like applications from women, men and diverse people.
For further questions, please contact Dr. Gabriela Iacobuta (email@example.com).
Applications with the position number 2023-C-02 with detailed documents (cover letter, curriculum vitae, academic certificates, references if available) must be submitted exclusively via application portal by 26 February 2023. The expected date for interviews is 20 March 2023.
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