States: CA, CO, GA, HI, MA, NC, NY, OH, OR, PA, VA, WA or WI
Annual Reviews has created our first Global Climate Change Fellowship to explore how best to serve the needs of individuals and groups seeking unbiased research information on global climate change, including policy makers, business professionals, educators, journalists, activists and other members of society.
Do you have experience in climate change research, a passion for understanding the needs of non-scientists for accurate information and an interest in contributing to new media products?
If so, this Fellowship offers an exciting opportunity to contribute to the development of accurate, useful and engaging products and services that bridge climate change research to policy, industry, education and the public at large.
This is a remote full-time role available to candidates who reside in the following states: CA, CO, GA, HI, MA, NC, NY, OH, OR, PA, VA, WA or WI. Some travel will be required, up to 5%.
Annual Reviews (AR) is a nonprofit publisher dedicated to synthesizing and integrating knowledge for the progress of science and the benefit of society. Our top-ranked journals and highly cited reviews—written by some of the world’s foremost experts in their fields—promote innovation and awareness among researchers and students. AR also produces Knowable Magazine, an award-winning publication which explores the real-world significance of scholarly work through a journalistic lens.
Working with the President and Editor-in-Chief of Annual Reviews, the Fellow will:
- Engage in dialog with staff members at AR and Knowable Magazine, AR Board of Directors and the Editors of AR journals on ways in which existing content streams can be coordinated and combined
- Undertake analysis and research to identify current resources and unmet needs of different groups that require information on climate change
- Plan and participate in events such as conferences, workshops, and public events
- Participate in the development and testing of potential products and services that address the needs of target groups
- Learn and report on the work of other organizations that provide complementary services
- Help to seek sources of funding
The position is available for up to 24 months beginning approximately on June 1, 2022.
- 3 years of research experience in a scientific discipline (e.g. physical, biological, health, social or economic science) related to climate change
- A Master’s degree although a PhD is strongly preferred
- A demonstrable interest in integrating and disseminating knowledge
- Very good analytical and creative skills
- Ability to prioritize tasks effectively and work independently
- Enthusiasm for encountering new ideas and the ability to synthesize them to create new points of view
- Good work ethic, team player, collaborative, positive and self-motivated
- Excellent command of written and spoken English; additional languages would be an asset
- Strong writing skills and the ability to present ideas in a proficient and organized manner
- Cover letter
- 2-3 Writing Samples
Please submit your application and other required documents by applying online HERE.
We will be unable to consider applications without the materials indicated above.
All candidates also must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. without the need for employment visa sponsorship now or in the future.
Applications should be submitted by March 15, 2022.
Salary and Benefits Information:
Salary will be commensurate with Postdoctoral Fellowship positions. The starting annual salary range for Colorado candidates only in this role will be $53,300 - $69,700. Actual compensation will be determined by several factors including but not limited to: experience, knowledge, skills, and specific home office location.
We offer excellent benefits for eligible Regular Full-Time employees and Regular Part-Time employees working 20+ hours per week including a comprehensive health benefits package (medical, dental, vision, EAP, FSAs, and Life/AD&D/STD/LTD plans), a fantastic retirement plan, great time off benefits (vacation time, sick time & holiday pay), opportunities to participate in other employee benefit programs such as our personal enrichment, professional development, matching gifts, and volunteer time off program, free meditation classes, and most importantly, the ability to work with an amazing group of people who care about each other and their work.
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