Acre Resources Vacancy: Research Officer (Climate Change) - London, England

An organisation focussing upon national and international economic issues is looking to secure a Research Officer to join their Climate... thumbnail 1 summary
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Acre Resources Vacancy: Research Officer (Climate Change) - London, England
An organisation focussing upon national and international economic issues is looking to secure a Research Officer to join their Climate Finance team on a four month contract.

Working within a diverse team, this role will be supporting the team with their research on climate finance (including the climate resilience of small and developing countries), providing policy and research analysis, preparing draft briefs, alongside supporting the team with project management and arranging meetings with key external stakeholders.

Specific areas you will be responsible for include:
  • Providing support to the wider technical team by inputting with research and policy analysis on climate change and climate resilience issues
  • Developing draft terms of reference and briefs for commissioned papers and senior officials where necessary
  • The ongoing management of the website, ensuring external communication and organisational representation of programme activities is up to date and accurate
  • Providing project management support, including developing project proposals, communicating project updates, monitoring and tracking of budgets, providing logistical support for meetings and delivering capacity building activities
The successful candidate will have a strong academic background in a relevant field (including environment, climate change policy, international development, environmental economics or climate finance) alongside having worked within a policy related field.

You will have experience of conducting research, analysing and preparing papers / reports and using advocacy tools for climate change. You will have strong communication abilities, the ability to succinctly work with a diverse range of audiences, alongside strong organisation, administration and project management skills.

Pay: £15 per hour

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