Climate and Energy Economist


Congressional Budget Office, Legislative Branch

Washington, DC - Jul 19, 2022 via USAJobs

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The Energy, Climate, and Environment Unit conducts research and analysis on topics of interest to the Congress, including the effects of climate change, climate change policy, and related energy and environmental issues.

Recent analyses have focused on the effects of climate change on the nations economic output, channels through which climate change affects the federal budget, and analyses of climate change policies in the electric power and transportation sectors.

See Technical Qualifications TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS:Applicants must have either a Ph.D.

in economics (or a related discipline) or a masters degree with five years of relevant experience.

They should have strong quantitative and modeling skills; preference will be given to candidates with experience modeling energy markets or systems that are important sources of climate change related emissions.

Applicants should also be able to initiate and complete research projects independently and work as part of a team.

Finally, they should be interested in working on issues of interest to the Congress and able to effectively communicate their work to nontechnical audiences.



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