About the Environment Governance Group
The Environment Governance Group at CSE is engaged in capacity building, research and advocacy for environment protection. The major work of the team includes - developing policies/plan and building capacity at the level of policy makers, industry representatives and urban local bodies for better compliance, monitoring and enforcement. The team is planning to expand its work in the field of alternate walling material in coming years. The major focus of the team would be policy research and advocacy for cleaner brick production in the country which includes clay, fly ash bricks and alternate walling material. The team would be working with policy makers, regulators, brick entrepreneurs and relevant stakeholders.
The selected candidate is expected to have relevant experience in the domain area and contribute towards policy research and advocacy work for the sector as well as experience in delivering capacity building programmes.
Specific tasks include:
Qualification and Experience:
Bachelor in Environmental or Energy Engineering, Bachelor in Architecture, Masters in Environmental Sciences or equivalent, with work experience in the field of environment. Preference will be given to a candidate with experience in brick kiln sector or alternate walling material.
Minimum Professional experience: 4 years for Senior Research Associate (SRA); 7 years for Programme Manager (PM).
The designation and the salary would be commensurate with qualifications and experience of selected candidates. Both the positions are based in New Delhi.
To apply for the above position, please visit http://jobs.cseindia.org and choose ‘PM- Resource Efficient & Low Carbon Walling Material’ and ‘SRA- Resource Efficient & Low Carbon Walling Material’. Please submit your application latest by 01 May, 2018.
Or post it to:
Ms. Jagdeep Gupta
Executive Director- Planning & Operations
Centre for Science and Environment
41, Tughlakabad Institutional Area,
New Delhi – 110062
NB: Only short listed candidates will be informed