Principal Researcher at International Institute for Environment and Development
The International Institute for Environment and Development in London is currently looking to fill the post of a Principal Researcher.
The post holder will be responsible for developing a programme of research, driving internal collaboration and building external partnerships in optimising IIED’s international influence for sustainable food and agriculture. Applicants will have the ability to conduct research, nurture relationships, integrate ideas, and represent to multiple stakeholders. A post-graduate degree in a relevant discipline e.g. agricultural economics; experience of international policy frameworks, agreements and initiatives affecting food and agriculture and climate change; excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to inspire engagement among diverse partners are key requirements for the post.
A detailed job description is available on the IIED's website where facilities for application are provided as well. The deadline for application is 15 August, 2011.