University of Lodz (Faculty of Economics and Sociology) is recruiting a full time Junior Researcher (Research Fellow) to work on the new EU FP7-funded project Green Infrastructure and Urban Biodiversity for Sustainable Urban Development and the Green Economy (GREEN SURGE). The successful candidate will work on valuing urban green infrastructure and ecosystem services with the use of monetary and non-monetary approaches.
This is a key role within the award winning Centre for Well-being at nef (the new economics foundation).
The post is for an experienced Researcher who can help drive forward the development and delivery of an expanding research and consultancy project portfolio and manage a diverse range of projects on a day-to-day basis. This could include projects on behalf of European agencies, central government and local government as well as policy and research projects we initiate ourselves and which are funded by charitable foundations.
The Helmholtz Research School ESCALATE provides the environment for interdisciplinary doctoral
projects, addressing and linking the ecological, economic and social aspects of ecosystem service
research. The young scientists trained in
ESCALATE will be able to develop, implement and conduct
interdisciplinary projects in different types of institutes, such as in research, non-governmental organizations, or NGO consultancy agencies. Fellows will attend lectures and seminars on a broad range of interdisciplinary topics in the field of ecosystem service research and conduct their project in an international and integrative working environment.