Scientific Officer I (Level 3) Behavioral Scientist
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
The Post Will Be Located In EPA Headquarters In Wexford Or The EPA Regional Inspectorate In Dublin
For full job description and details on how to apply: The EPA has a vacancy for a Scientific Officer I (Level 3) Behavioural Scientist. Under the Climate Action Plan (2019), citizen engagement is being driven through the National Dialogue on Climate Action (NDCA). The EPA’s role within the NDCA is to provide the evidence base for understanding public climate change knowledge, attitudes, policy preferences, and behaviour, and the underlying psychological and cultural factors that influence the public. The EPA is now developing a National Climate Change Behavioral Insights and Implementation Unit. The knowledge and evidence from this project will be a resource and provide an advisory service for all national, regional and local stakeholders - including Department of Environment, Climate and Communications (DECC), Department of Taoiseach and the Climate Action Regional Offices (CAROs) - by providing the data, tools and techniques that allow for effective public engagement as trends shift and evolve over time. The appointee will be a member of a team of staff in the EPA Climate Services section supporting - via professional, analytical, technical and corporate services - the functions of the Government’s National Climate Dialogue activities. The successful candidate must hold a relevant degree (NFQ Level 8) in a behavioural, sociological, political or social sciences discipline with a minimum of 5 years work experience with behavioural/social change as a prominent element of this experience. The full range of duties and the essential requirements for this position are set out in the Candidate Information Booklet. To download the Candidate Information Booklet and application form please visit our website https://www.epa.ie/who-we-are/corporate-information/careers/current-vacancies/ Closing Date for Receipt of Applications: strictly 4pm on Tuesday 19th October 2021. Interviews for this post are likely to be held on the week commencing Monday 8th November 2021 via Microsoft Teams. Closing date: 19/11/2021 Please note that this advertisement is being hosted by the Public Appointments Service on publicjobs.ie. The Public Appointments Service has no involvement in, or responsibility for, the recruitment and selection process or the terms and conditions which relate to this post. .
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