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Postdoctoral researcher for sustainability of livestock pasture-based systems

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Sectors Sustainability, Climate, CSR, EMS
Location Spain (North) - Europe
Town/City Leioa
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Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level Mid Level
Deadline 10/11/2021
Company Name BC3 - Basque Centre for Climate Change
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The candidate is expected to:

  • Provide rigorous assessment of policies for a sustainable management of livestock pasture-based systems
  • Have an excellent knowledge of the main climate and energy-agriculture policies in the agenda at different geographical scales and sectors or topics.
  • Engage with multiple stakeholders and work in collaboration with them.
  • Write reports and disseminate results in different meetings and forums.
  • Raise funding for future research projects on the topic.

Experience/skills required

We are looking for candidates with a PhD degree on Agricultural Sciences, Economics, Environmental Sciences or any other related with the topic and solid knowledge on the assessment of livestock pasture-based systems. Having experience in using and conducting participatory processes techniques to perform policy assessments is highly value as well as the ability to create networks with decision-makers and stakeholders based on cooperation and co-production of knowledge. Field experience in combination with theoretical knowledge of extensive livestock management (guided pasturing, Rational Voisin Grazing), etc.. Applicants should have excellent interpersonal as well as communication skills (both written and oral) in Spanish and English. Knowledge of Basque will be valued.

What we offer:

  • A labour contract in line with the candidate’s skills and experiences.
  • A stimulating work environment in the context of the “Terrestrial Ecosystem Services” team within BC3.
  • 30 days of vacations per year beyond festivities.
  • Flexible working hours and partial teleworking

Benefits and work environment:

  • The selected person will join the Terrestrial Ecosystems research line at BC3.
  • 35 hours a week
  • 30 days of vacation per year for a full working year.
  • Possibility of participating in internal training, learning or corporate social responsibility activities of the center.
  • Excellent working environment
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