Eawag, the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, is an internationally networked aquatic research institute within the ETH Domain (Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology). Eawag conducts research, education and expert consulting to achieve the dual goals of meeting direct human needs for water and maintaining the function and integrity of aquatic ecosystems.
The research department on Environmental Social Sciences (ESS) invites applications for a
Postdoctoral Researcher in Economics
based in Zurich, Switzerland, for a project in collaboration with the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland and Georgia State University, United States.

Applicants are required to hold a PhD by the time the appointment starts. Excellent empirical skills are expected from the successful candidate. Interest in environmental or behavioral economics and prior experience in running lab or field experiments are desirable but not required.

Eawag is a modern employer and offers an excellent working environment where staff can contribute their strengths, experience and ways of thinking. We promote cultural and gender equality and are committed to staff diversity and inclusion. The compatibility of career and family is of central importance to us. For more information about Eawag and our work conditions please consult www.eawag.ch  and www.eawag.ch/en/aboutus/working/employment.

The start date will be defined by mutual agreement (fall 2023 or earlier). For questions about the position, please contact Ivana Logar and Stefano Carattini.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Interviews will be held online. All applications received by 31 March 2023 are guaranteed full consideration, though the committee will continue to consider applications after this date as long as the search remains open.

The application (with Cover letter, CV and three letters of reference or contact information for three references) must be submitted via the Eawag job portal; the button below will redirect you to the application form.
Eawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology