Wanted: latest advertised roles at IIED

Article, 14 October 2019

The International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) is advertising for a researcher in its food team and a researcher on climate change.

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IIED's Shaping Sustainable Markets research group (SSM) is looking for a researcher who will support research and policy influence in food systems in the global South.

The primary functions of the postholder include supporting research on food systems, writing up research and developing both internal and external networks. The role has a focus on contributing to the successful implementation of ongoing projects related to food and informal markets, and on contributing to new research linking climate change and food systems. The deadline for applications is midnight (BST) on Sunday, 27 October 2019.

Meanwhile, IIED's Climate Change research group is looking for a researcher who will provide research and technical assistance to the global climate law, policy and governance team.

The primary functions of the postholder include supporting the Least Developed Countries (LDC) Group in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) negotiations and at national level in the field of climate transparency. The post also has a fundraising component and the researcher will be expected to contribute to writing and scoping proposals. The deadline for applications is midnight (BST) on Sunday, 3 November 2019.

Find out more about the role and get full details of all positions available at IIED, including job descriptions and how to apply: www.iied.org/jobs.

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