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  • 10 Apr 2015 2:01 PM | Jaeeun Sohng (Administrator)

    Title: Senior Consultant Sustainability

    Institution: Bayer Technology Services

    Location: Leverkusen, Germany


    Job description

    More information: https://MYBAYERJOB.BAYERBBS.COM/sap/bc/erecruiting/posting_apply?param=cG9zdF9pbnN0X2d1aWQ9MDA1MDU2ODkwMEI0MUVFNEI0RDkwMzU4MERGNkQ2RDAmY2FuZF90eXBlPSZwb3N0aW5nX3RleHQ9eWVz&sap-client=005


    • Manage and independently execute consulting projects to compare products and technologies along their life cycle from a holistic sustainability perspective (life cycle thinking)

    • Conduct Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) studies with the respective LCA software

    • Guide external service providers during LCA project execution

    • Consult in developing sustainability strategies, setting targets and establishing respective management processes

    • Continuously improve assessment methods and further develop consulting approaches

    • Participate in conferences, cultivate expert and client networks as well as acquire projects



    • University degree in environmental sciences, agricultural sciences/agronomy, biology or comparable disciplines

    • Several years of professional experience in the agricultural industry or other segments along the food chain

    • Relevant practical experiences in Life Cycle Assessment and ecotoxicology studies are beneficial

    • Proficient use of MS Office

    • Excellent communication and persuasive skills

    • Team-oriented and ability to support change in complex organizations

    • Ability to challenge status quo and to embrace change

    • Fluent German and English skills, both spoken and written



    We offer a competitive salary in an international environment as well as excellent opportunities for professional and personal development. If your background and personal experience fits this profile, please send us your complete application at, submitting a cover letter, your CV and references as well as your salary expectation

    Contact us

    Phone +49 214 30 99779


    Reference Code


  • 10 Apr 2015 11:30 AM | Jaeeun Sohng (Administrator)

    Title: Assistant Professor

    Institution: KTH Royal Institute of Technology

    Location: Stockholm, Sweden

    KTH Royal Institute of Technology has a vacancy for an Assistant Professor in Sustainable urban development ( are also 13 other new positions at KTH started ( from which some of them ask for relevant environmental expertise as well. More information can be obtained from the contact-persons mentioned in the vacancy texts.

    KTH Royal Institute of Technology, KTH Architecture and Built Environment

    KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm is the largest and oldest technical university in Sweden. No less than one-third of Sweden’s technical research and engineering education capacity at university level is provided by KTH. Education and research spans from natural sciences to all branches of engineering and includes Architecture, Industrial Management and Urban Planning. There are a total of 12,400 full year students at first and second levels, almost 1,900 active (at least 50 per cent) research students and 5,100 employees.

    KTH Architecture and Built Environment focuses on future of our societies, on how our cities, buildings and infrastructure should be designed. We study growth, technology and environment, as well as ethical considerations and risks. Our curriculum and our research are based on several academic disciplines: Engineering and the Technical sciences, the Humanities, and the Social sciences.

    KTH is strengthening its research on a global scale. We are currently looking to recruit 13 Assistant Professors, whom we will offer the opportunity to develop both their research and their teaching. These recruitments are a part of a larger effort and will be conducted within broad areas, ranging from Mathematics and Bioelectronics to Sustainable Urban Development and Process Engineering. The new Assistant Professors will receive a four-year starting grant, and permanent base funding if they qualify as Associate Professors. For more information about the recruitment initiative, see the following web page.


    Subject field: Sustainable urban development 

    Subject description

    The subject field is broad and aiming to understand, explain and enable broad societal transformation for sustainable urban development. Technological, ecological, environmental, social, cultural, historical, economical, ethical and political dimensions should be integrated and complex forms of co-operation, governance and competition should be considered. The subject field entails analysis of what sustainable urban development has been, what it can be and how it can be realised.


    Employment duties include research, teaching, research supervision and a certain amount of administration. Administration and teaching will comprise a maximum of 25% of the total duties.

    The Assistant Professor will be given opportunities to develop independent research and gain the prerequisite skills for other academic positions with higher requirements for appointment (in accordance with Chapter 4, Section 12 a of the Higher Education Ordinance). Following appointment, the Assistant Professor may apply to be examined for promotion to Associate Professor.


    A person is eligible for appointment if they have attained a PhD degree or have the equivalent academic expertise. Persons should have attained a PhD degree or have acquired the equivalent expertise no more than seven years before the end of the application period. (Chapter 4, Section 12 a of the Higher Education Ordinance.)

    Grounds of assessment

    It is of special importance to consider the applicant's long-term development potential to independently redefine his or her research area and establish independent research activities.

    Research expertise is of special importance in the assessment and can be demonstrated through international publications. Significant importance is attached to the applicant's ability to establish and develop cooperation within different fields in research and education. Ability to collaborate with society at large and to disseminate information regarding research and development work is of significant importance.

    Strong qualifications regarding pedagogy and research supervision are of importance.

    It is desirable that a person who is appointed as Assistant Professor at KTH has experience from research environments other than KTH, equivalent to a post-doctoral period or doctoral degree from another institution. In more practice-oriented fields, experience from other organisations can be equally valuable as a traditional post-doctoral residency at another university.

    In addition, the level of skill with regard to developing and leading activities and personnel shall be taken into consideration. This includes knowledge concerning matters of diversity and equal treatment, with particular focus on equality.

    Special grounds of assessment for promotion from Assistant Professor to Associate Professor

    When assessing applications for promotion to Associate Professor, the applicant's ability to independently initiate and carry out research of high academic quality, published in international publications, and the applicant's ability to obtain financing for research operations will be assessed. One special ground for assessment is the applicant's ability to independently establish new collaborations and research specialisations. Special consideration will be shown to demonstrated teaching and supervising expertise and the ability to establish and develop cooperation between different research areas within the academy and with society at large.


    Disclaimer: In case of discrepancy between the Swedish original and the English translation of the job announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

    Trade union representatives

    You'll find contact information to trade union representatives at KTH:s webbpage.


    Your application should follow KTH´s CV template for employment of teachers. You are the main responsible to ensure that the application is complete according to the ad and CV template. Your complete application must be received at KTH no later than the last day of application. Log into KTH's recruitment system in order to apply to this position.


    The subject field is broad but the position will be placed at one of the following three departments: the Department of Sustainable Development, Environmental Science and Engineering, the Department of Urban Planning and Environment or the Department of Philosophy and History. The assistant professor selects her/his placement at one of the departments. The aim is to increase cooperation within urban sustainable development at the ABE school.

    Time limitation: The appointment is for an indefinite term, but no more than four years, and may be extended if, due to the teacher’s absence due to sick leave, parental leave or other special grounds, more time is required to reach the objectives of the appointment. However, the total appointment period may not exceed six years. The appointment is part of the Tenure Track system at KTH and the Assistant Professor may apply for promotion to tenured Associate Professor.

    We firmly decline all contact with staffing and recruitment agencies and job ad salespersons.


    Type of employment: Temporary position longer than 6 months

    Working hours: Full time

    First day of employment: As soon as possible

    Salary: Monthly pay

    Number of positions: 1

    Working hours: 100%

    Reference number: A 2015-0211



    1.Fredrik Gröndahl, Sustainable Development, Environ, mental Science and Engineering, +46 8 790 61 58

    2.Hans Westlund, Urban Planning and Environment , +46 8 790 92 42

    3.Nina Wormbs, Philosophy and History , +46 8 790 85 83

    4.Jenny Wiklund, Officer, application questions, Phone: +46 8 790 69 38/ email:

  • 09 Apr 2015 3:08 PM | Jaeeun Sohng (Administrator)

    Institution: MINES ParisTech (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris) PSL Research University

    Location: Sophia-Antipolis, France 

    Deadlines: May 15, 2015

    Interviews: June 16, 2015 at PARIS


    We are looking for a young scientist aiming at an academic career at MINES ParisTech PSL Research University.

    Full information on the job can be found here:

    Please note that the end date for applications is: Friday 15/05/2015

    If you are selected, a final interview will be planned on: Tuesday 16/06/2015 at PARIS (so block already in your agenda if you apply) for a final decision to be taken end of June 2015.


  • 09 Apr 2015 2:55 PM | Jaeeun Sohng (Administrator)

    Title: PhD Position in business and innovation ethics

    Institution: Wageningen University

    Location: Wageningen, the Netherlands

    Deadlines: April 19, 2015

    Interviews: April 21 and 23


    Job description

    For the research project Motivations, drivers and barriers for responsible innovation in the Dutch food sector: the influence of a healthy food logo on the innovation agenda for healthy food, we look for two PhD students.  

    One in the field of business and innovation ethics:

    One in the field of responsible Innovation management in food technology and nutritional innovation:

    For further information about the position and the full project proposal, please contact dr. Vincent Blok, E-mail: and 06-41667469

    Dr. Vincent Blok MBA

    Assistant Professor in Responsible Innovation and Sustainable Entrepreneurship

    Flagship manager Climate Smart Agriculture Booster (KiC Climate)


    We are looking for

    We invite applications for a PhD position with the project title: 'The responsibility of food companies for healthy food innovations: motivations, drivers and barriers for responsible innovation in the Dutch food sector'. This research will be carried out within the framework of a NWO-MVI project called, Motivations, drivers and barriers for responsible innovation in the Dutch food sector: the influence of a healthy food logo on the innovation agenda for healthy food, in which Wageningen University collaborates with the Dutch Choices Foundation (Stichting 'Ik kies bewust'). The project combines normative-philosophical analysis regarding the responsibility of companies for healthy food (normative ethics) with qualitative empirical studies (descriptive ethics) to investigate the motivations, social-ethical and economic drivers and barriers for food companies to invest in responsible innovations for healthy food, and the direct or indirect impact of front of pack logos for healthy food on companies' contribution to public health. This multi-disciplinary research project combines management science, business and innovation ethics and food technology and nutritional innovations. Various research methods will be applied, such as normative analysis, focus groups and interviews. To overcome gaps in knowledge and/or skills, relevant courses will be offered.

    We ask

    MA/MSc in either (1) business & innovation ethics, (2) philosophy, or (3) business administration with a proven competence and interest in business and innovation ethics. Knowledge of English is a prerequisite.

    We offer

    The contract starts with a PhD appointment for a period of 18 months. Continuation of the appointment with another 30 months will be based on performance evaluation. Salary will increase from € 2125 in the first year up to € 2717 in the last year based on a full-time appointment.

    More information

    For further information about working at Wageningen University and MST: For further information about the project leader:

    Please apply online by uploading your CV and letter of motivation before April 19-4-2015 at

    First round of in job interviews take place at April 21 and 23.
    For further information about the position and the full project proposal, please contact dr. Vincent Blok, E-mail: and 06-41667469

    We are

    Delivering a substantial contribution to the quality of life. That's our focus - each and every day. Within our domain, healthy food and living environment, we search for answers to issues affecting society - such as sustainable food production, climate change and alternative energy. Of course, we don't do this alone. Every day, 6,500 people work on 'the quality of life', turning ideas into reality, on a global scale.
    Could you be one of these people? We offer you an opportunity.

  • 09 Apr 2015 11:41 AM | Jaeeun Sohng (Administrator)

    Title: LCA experts

    Institution: VITO (the Flemish Institute for Technological Research)

    Location: Antwerp, Belgium

    Deadline for applications: 17/4/2015

    Selection interviews will be planned on Thursday 23/4/2015


    Job description

    The LCA experts will work on a variety of projects about sustainable building materials and built environment. We are looking for well-organised, flexible and performance-oriented colleagues with a good knowledge about life cycle assessment, as well as good IT skills (Excel, Simapro).  Experiences with LCAs within the built environment (cfr. EN 15804) are essential, as well as writing of LCA reports and EPDs in English. You will be joining senior LCA experts, serving multi-national customers and policy makers and taking part in product-oriented sustainability research and development of databases and methods.

    Jobs start as soon as possible.

    Written applications including CV and personal references can be sent to

    More background information on the job can be found here:



    •In the domain of “sustainable urban development” VITO aspires to facilitate the transition towards a sustainable built environment through a thorough analysis of the current situations and systems, developing visions for innovative approaches, setting up experiments with relevant stakeholders and developing measures to enhance the sustainability of building materials, building elements, buildings and districts. This ambitious objective requires a broad expertise and a multi- and interdisciplinary approach. To strengthen the team we are currently looking for an expert in life cycle assessment.

    •In this position you will work on LCA studies of building materials, building elements and buildings with focus on the environmental and financial/economical impact and analysis of the entire life cycle: from the extraction of raw materials to production, transport, use, end-of life handling, recycling and, ultimately removal. 

    •You will be responsible for advising industry and governments in this domain of sustainable urbanization, sustainable building materials, waste streams, sustainable renovations, …

    •In this position you will also contribute to acquisition of projects and writing of offers and project proposals. You will take care of the cooperation in national and European consortia and you build a network of Belgian and European governments and industrial partners.



    •Preferably you hold a Master degree or you are equal through experience. LCA or economic educations are an asset.

    •Experience in life cycle assessment and research in the area of sustainable buildings is an asset. Experience in software development is recommended.

    •You have a strong affinity with life cycle assessment of materials and a strong drive to expand this research for VITO in industrial and governmental context.

    •Ideally you have experience in contacts with industrial and governmental clients.

    •You are an initiator who can adapt smooth to changing circumstances.

    •Moreover you are a flexible teamplayer who can also work on projects independently.

    •You are communicative and are aible to express yourself in English (written and oral).

    •Basic knowledge of Dutch is an asset, but not required.



    •The unit Smart Energy and Built Environment is part of Energyville ( and will move to Genk in the beginning of 2016.

    •Prior to this move the main work location will be in our office in Mol. Although we give the opportunity to work in our 'satellite offices' in Antwerp and Genk.

    •A position in an eminent client-oriented organization, in the area of innovative technology research and science-backed consulting. 

    •An interesting salary package complete with extralegal benefits.

  • 09 Apr 2015 10:37 AM | Jaeeun Sohng (Administrator)

    Title: A Behavior and Human Dimensions Program Director

    Institution: The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)

    Location: Washington, D.C. USA


    Job description



    ACEEE, founded in 1980 by prominent energy researchers, is today a leading national 501(c)(3) nonprofit research organization with around 50 staff members.  ACEEE acts as a catalyst to advance energy efficiency policies, programs, technologies, investments, and behaviors in the United States.

    ACEEE’s overarching goal is to reduce US energy consumption in half by 2050 and lay the groundwork to apply new tools and methods to realize further large-scale energy savings. Energy efficiency is the most cost effective, cleanest, and least wasteful energy resource for the United States today, a resource that can greatly reduce America’s greenhouse gas emissions and dependence on fossil fuels. Understanding human behavior in energy use is a key element to achieving these goals.

    ACEEE’s program areas include: energy policy (federal, state, and local); research (including behavior, buildings and equipment, utilities, industry, agriculture, transportation, economic analysis, finance, and international); and outreach (communications, including press and media, conferences, and development). 

    ACEEE carries out its mission by conducting in-depth technical and policy analyses; advising policymakers and program managers; working collaboratively with business, government officials, public interest groups, and other organizations (including outreach to non-traditional allies); convening conferences and workshops, primarily for energy efficiency professionals; assisting and encouraging the media to cover energy efficiency policy and technology issues; and educating businesses and the public through reports, conference proceedings, media outreach, and its website.

    ACEEE’s technical work is widely relied upon by a broad spectrum of decision makers: government officials, industry leaders, consumers, the media, and other energy professionals. Known for its high quality, and highly practical work, ACEEE approaches policy debates in a nonpartisan way. Thus, ACEEE has achieved an impressive list of accomplishments in its 35-year history as a research organization, including: leading efforts to include appliance and equipment standards in major energy and farm legislation enacted by Congress since 1987; contributing to the development and implementation of utility energy efficiency programs; assisting state and local governments in adopting energy efficiency policies, including model building codes for new homes and commercial structures; and initiating transportation efficiency programs and standards for freight and passenger vehicles.



    The 21-member ACEEE Board of Directors is chaired by Carl Blumstein of the California Institute for Energy and Environment, University of California. The board represents a broad spectrum of individuals and organizations from academia, industry, utilities, and non-governmental organizations. The board is responsible for providing overall governance and organizational policy direction. 

    Steven Nadel is the executive director; he has been with the organization for over 25 years. The research staff which numbers about 30 is led by the associate director for research and includes five program research directors (national policy; transportation; buildings; utilities, state, and local policy; and economics and finance); the Behavior and Human Dimensions Program Director is their peer. The staff also includes other operational directors and associate directors, and a roster of research staff. 

    ACEEE has convened nearly 100 major conferences and events over the years—6 are scheduled for 2015—and has issued more than 500 research reports and other publications. The organization realizes about 20% of its annual revenues from these conferences, while foundation grants, including grants from the Energy Foundation, Tilia Fund, Kresge Foundation, John Merck Fund, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, MacArthur Foundation, and the Turner Foundation, among others, comprise more than half of ACEEE’s income. Grants from federal and state governments, research contracts, and contributions comprise about 25% of ACEEE’s revenues.

    Working collaboratively and with an interdisciplinary approach in physical and social sciences, the ACEEE staff has developed a unique body of knowledge and expertise. ACEEE surveys what is happening in the marketplace, analyzes the technical and economic potential for energy efficiency, seeks to understand consumer energy decisions, and assesses the potential for regulations, policies, and programs to achieve increased energy savings. 



    Behavior is clearly a cornerstone of energy efficiency: it affects the purchases we make, the buildings and systems we design, and how we use energy-consuming equipment. Energy use is determined not just by the equipment purchased, but how it is used. Everything always comes back to behavior, even when the discussion turns upon the installation of technology. No matter how efficient the light bulb standard, people still need to get to the hardware store, select the right bulb, take it home, install it, and use it properly before the benefits can be achieved.

    To achieve greater success in developing and implementing energy efficiency, more research is required to better understand the role of the human dimension in adopting effective and enduring energy efficiency behaviors. It is also essential that this research is integrated and more accessible in the marketplace. Understanding how customers think about their energy use can help business and other sectors select technology and engage participants in reducing energy use through energy efficiency improvements. Institutions or agencies working to promote energy efficiency benefits can incorporate a behavioral perspective to improve the reach and impact of their programs. Energy professionals can use social science to shape the ways in which programs can benefit customers and their usage of energy-derived goods and services. For all these reasons, research is needed into the ways users can change their behavior to save energy, and ways that states, utilities, and municipalities can encourage these behaviors.

    In 2009, ACEEE started its program on Behavior and Human Dimensions of Energy Use, building on previous work done in this area since the 1980s. The Behavior and Human Dimensions Program is a laboratory where ACEEE tests behavior change strategies and creates tools for developers to incorporate into their programs. ACEEE research focuses on measuring and validating impacts of particular social science-derived insights and techniques. The program analyzes how energy users think about their energy, and how programs, such as next-generation utility programs, can better engage participants in reducing their energy use through energy efficiency improvements.

    ACEEE research uses a combination of methods, including qualitative and quantitative analysis, and field research and ethnography. Analysts support energy efficiency programs that work at individual, group, and community scales, since all behavior depends on a combination of our individual psychology and group and community interactions. The programs pays particular attention to energy users as members of communities and social networks: Communicating about social norms—showing customers how their energy use compares to others’—can maximize energy savings. The program promotes the use of usability testing, encourages the adoption of user-centered design, and pays close attention to the technology/behavior nexus.

    Several recent projects illustrate this work:

    •           A pilot program using behavioral strategies to reduce energy use in moderate-income multifamily housing, working closely with the city of Takoma Park, MD

    •           Research on the use of games to spur individuals to save energy, reviewing a broad array of games and their applications and identifying best practices

    •           Research on how providing residential customers feedback on their energy use relative to norms in their community can lead to energy savings of 2-10%

    •           Analyzing consumer decision-making around car purchases

    •           A report, Trusted Partners: Everyday Energy Efficiency in the South, based on ethnographic fieldwork across the Deep South

    •           A research report on the effectiveness of feedback to reduce energy use: Results from Recent Real-Time Feedback Studies

    •           A white paper discussing the state of play in community-based social marketing programs, particularly as they apply to home energy retrofit programs

    •           The Greening Work Styles report, a collaboration between the ACEEE Behavior and Buildings programs on commercial and institutional workplace engagement programs

    •           The annual Behavior, Energy and Climate Change (BECC) Conference which ACEEE holds each year with Stanford University's Precourt Energy Efficiency Center and the California Institute for Energy and Environment (The 2014 BECC Conference took place in Washington, DC, December 7-10)

    The Behavior and Human Dimensions program is cross-cutting and works on engagement strategies for all areas where energy usage is a critical component, including residences, workplaces, manufacturing environments, and the built environment.



    ACEEE has developed some critical initiatives in the behavior area in the past few years and wants to continue growing these efforts significantly. This position at ACEEE presents a big challenge, and a big opportunity for the right person. 

    ACEEE is looking for a dynamic, self-motivated individual with experience and skills in conducting and leveraging research and managing projects on the social, cultural, and behavioral aspects of energy use and energy efficiency practices and investments.

    ACEEE is seeking a new director to build on the work already accomplished and to take the program in new directions that builds on the new director’s strengths. The new director will hold a senior leadership position at ACEEE and will have a strong degree of discretion in shaping the work of the program. This is an exciting platform for the right person. The program is cross-cutting and the new director will work closely with the other ACEEE research programs and a network of national experts.   



    The Behavior and Human Dimensions Program Director will be responsible for directing and growing the ACEEE program. Duties will include:

    •              Realizing, developing, and leading a visionary research program with new thinking about energy efficiency

    •           Applying and leveraging peer-reviewed research on behavioral aspects of energy use and energy efficiency practices and investments; developing and maintaining strong area expertise; overseeing quality and relevance of all project work within the Behavior and Human Dimensions program; publishing research findings; and representing ACEEE externally

    •              Maintaining relationships with behavior professionals and program implementers focused on energy efficiency

    •              Working closely with other ACEEE program directors on cross-cutting projects, adding a behavioral dimension to the work of other programs

    •              Identifying new funding support and recruiting new sponsors for the program—ACEEE is committed to funding this program but expansion will require additional new funds for 2016 and     beyond. A successful program should have little difficulty attracting new support. 

    •              Collaborating with management on organizational planning and implementation of organizational policies, developing program budgets, priorities, and work plans and overseeing their implementation



    Prospective candidates must be of the highest integrity with a strong commitment to ACEEE’s mission and a zest for the challenge of working as part of a dynamic and growing organization. A strong, practical background in behavioral science and applied research is a prerequisite; credibility is important for this job. While energy efficiency program experience is not a prerequisite, understanding these programs is key. 

    Candidates should have these demonstrated skills and attributes:

    •              A Master’s degree (PhD preferred) from an accredited college or university in a behavior-related field (e.g., psychology, sociology, anthropology, behavioral economics) or an interdisciplinary degree with a significant behavioral focus is required

    •           Fifteen years of experience, including five years of experience working on behavior/human dimension issues. Excellent candidates with less experience may be considered

    •              Five years of experience in energy and/or environmental field is preferred, including three years of experience working on energy efficiency or behavior/human dimension issues. Familiarity with state and utility energy efficiency programs and practices is desirable

    •              Accomplishments that demonstrate leadership and an ability to have an impact in terms of advancing energy efficiency

    •              Demonstrated management abilities including staff supervision and being able to lead and manage multiple, complex projects at the same time and meet project deadlines; is results-oriented

    •              Proven ability to build consensus and work effectively within and across departmental teams

    •           Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and independently

    •              Demonstrated ability to develop and obtain funding for research projects

    •              Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills 

    •              Sound judgment and outstanding critical thinking skills

    •           A spirit of entrepreneurship and initiative, creativity, self-confidence, high energy, and a strong work ethic



    Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience, and includes ACEEE’s generous and flexible benefit package, which includes health, dental, vision, and life insurance coverage; a 403(b) retirement plan; transportation and bike share benefits; three weeks’ vacation in the first year and four weeks thereafter.

    ACEEE is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination with regard to race, sex, color, age, religion, creed, class, sexual orientation, national origin, and disability.


    Resumes should be emailed to:

    Mr. Tom Goodwin


    Goodwin & Company



    Ms. Ellen L. Goldstein

    Search Consultant

    Goodwin & Company


  • 09 Apr 2015 10:23 AM | Jaeeun Sohng (Administrator)

    Title: Data Analyst

    Institution: The ecoinvent Centre

    Location: Technopark, Zürich, Switzerland


    Job description


    What you can expect from us

    A lot of interesting and varied work in an exciting environment. You will be given independent tasks related to the continued development of the ecoinvent database. The tasks will be varied; from improvements of existing datasets, collection of new data, literature reviews, technical support for the data providers and users of the database to work on cross-database projects. Due to the variability of the tasks you will get very well acquainted with the structure of the database and the challenges of life cycle inventory modelling in general.


    What we expect from you


    As an ideal candidate you have a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering or related fields. You had classes and have done projects in Life Cycle Assessment. Ideally, you are already familiar with the methodology and the data structure of the ecoinvent database and have practical experience with it. Fluency in English (written and oral) is a must, knowledge of German is an advantage. Proven experience in working in a multicultural environment is beneficial as well.


    You are well organised, detail-oriented and have an efficient working approach. You can get oriented easily and quickly in a complex system of data. You have the ability to work on multiple tasks at the same time. Your work is systematic and thorough. You are a self-motivated team player with a strong focus on seeing projects through.


    We offer you an attractive position within an international team. If you are interested, we look forward to receiving your online application. Please send your application to Tereza Lévová at (Subject: Application - Data Analyst) including a cover letter, your CV, references and possible starting date.


    For further information related to the position please contact

    Tereza Lévová at or call at +41 44 633 35 72

    For more information on the job, the requirements and the application process please go to:

  • 09 Apr 2015 10:13 AM | Jaeeun Sohng (Administrator)

    Title: Tenure Track, Assistant Professor, Postdoc

    Institution: Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML), Leiden University

    Location: Leiden, the Netherlands


    CML is doing well and we are hiring three additional people:

    Tenure Track ( )

    Assistant Professor ( )

    Postdoc ( )


    Department of Industrial Ecology

    Institute of Environmental Sciences

    Leiden University


    Visiting Address:

    Room A3.22

    Van Steenisgebouw

    Einsteinweg 2

    2333CC Leiden

    The Netherlands

  • 26 Mar 2015 10:34 PM | Jaeeun Sohng (Administrator)

    Title: LCA experts

    Institution: VITO (the Flemish Institute for Technological Research)

    Location: Boeretang,  Belgium


    Job description

    VITO (the Flemish Institute for Technological Research) is looking for additional LCA experts to expand the project team on sustainable built environment. The LCA experts will work on a variety of projects about sustainable building materials and built environment.

    We are looking for well-organised, flexible and performance-oriented colleagues with a good knowledge about life cycle assessment, as well as good IT skills (Excel, Simapro). Experiences with LCAs within the built environment (cfr. EN 15804) are essential, as well as writing of LCA reports and EPDs in English.

    You will be joining senior LCA experts, serving multi-national customers and policy makers and taking part in product-oriented sustainability research and development of databases and methods.

    Jobs start as soon as possible.

    Written applications including CV and personal references can be sent to


  • 26 Mar 2015 10:24 PM | Jaeeun Sohng (Administrator)

    Title: Faculty opening in corporate sustainability

    Institution: Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University

    Location: Columbus, Ohio 


    Job description 

    Ohio State has launched the  Discovery Themes Initiative, a significant faculty hiring investment aimed at building a collaborative, trans-disciplinary community of scholars and external partners who will develop innovative solutions to global sustainability challenges associated with food security, materials management, climate resilience, ecosystem protection, and human well-being.

    As part of this new initiative, the Department of Management and Human Resources in the Fisher College of Business is seeking applicants for a tenure-track faculty appointment in Strategic Management with interests and expertise in the area of corporate sustainability. Corporate sustainability embraces the concepts of corporate citizenship, environmental and social responsibility, and shared value, while seeking opportunities for sustainable business practices to promote innovation and generate competitive advantage.

    For additional information:


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