Seeking 2 Junior Researchers for our Resilience Programme

The European Forest Institute is seeking two Junior Researchers to join its Resilience Programme, to conduct a global research and capacity-building project related to the future of employment and green jobs in the forest sector, in close collaboration with the International Forestry Students’ Association (IFSA) and the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO).

EFI’s Resilience Programme focuses on the resilience of forests and livelihoods connected to them. We conduct research, policy support and networking on four strategic themes:

  • The impact of global change and related risks on forest socio-ecological systems
  • Policies and forest management practices to enhance forest biodiversity
  • The rural/urban forest: policies and management practices to enhance the resilience of rural/urban areas – from green infrastructure to wood construction
  • Resilience stewardship

The details of the job responsibilities and qualifications can be found here. Interested candidates are requested to send  a CV (in English) including copies of academic degree certificates/diplomas with a motivation letter by Monday 15th October 2018, using our online application form. For more information about the positions, please contact Andrew Male, Head of HR & Administration:
andrew.male(at)efi.int

Opportunity to join our team in Bonn

EFI Bonn office window view
The windows of EFI Bonn offices overlook the river Rhein. Credit: H.Kruse/EFI

Since last year, when European Forest Institute’s office was set up in Bonn, the team has been growing fast. From just two scientists, it has now reached a number of 21 people, all passionate about forests.

One of the latest additions to the team were Ewa and Michele from the EUFORGEN Secretariat, who moved to Bonn from Rome in June. You can read more about them here and why they moved here.

Our Office Manager Heike Kruse has decided to only work part-time as of October, so we are looking for an addition to our team.

That could be you.