Where: RSPB's Global Conservation Directorate,Bedfordshire
Closing Date: 24 May 2018
Job Reference: A0820518
This is a unique opportunity to use your economic expertise to help shape policies for nature at a time of great change and opportunity. Based in the RSPB's Global Conservation Directorate you will help find creative solutions to conservation challenges and you will collaborate with leading thinkers to develop the environmental policies and management tools of the future, whilst ensuring that the RSPB's work is underpinned by sound economics.
Working with fellow economists, scientists, influencers and policy makers in the UK and the devolved administrations, and with the Birdlife partnership, you will help the RSPB maximise the opportunities and minimise the risks to nature associated with Brexit, and help shape the UK's role in global environmental policy. You will also work with the RSPB's fantastic community of conservation practitioners helping develop new appraisal tools and trialling new market based approaches to ensure birds and other wildlife thrive in our changing world.
This post requires an economist, ideally educated to post graduate level; a collaborative and forward looking individual with a passion for the environment and an appetite for deploying economics know-how to solve today's environmental challenges.
This role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. You will be asked to declare unspent convictions and cautions at offer of employment stage.
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