Vacancy Reference: 17891
We are currently recruiting for an Agricultural Economist for the Belfast area. This will be a full-time temporary role, Monday to Friday consisting of 37 hours per week. This vacancy is expected to last for 3- 6 months.
Duties & Responsibilities:
-To assist in and undertake socio-economic data collection (quantitative and qualitative through focus groups, experiments and questionnaires) and analysis ;
-To build and maintain partnerships, collaborations and relationships with relevant stakeholders and project partners;
-Contribute to the transfer of scientific results to appropriate stakeholders as well as dissemination of research findings through peer reviewed publications, reports and knowledge exchange events;
-Undertake continuous personal development, including participation in relevant workshops and conferences, thus maintaining up to date specialist knowledge;
-Fulfil other duties and responsibilities as determined by senior management that fall within the general responsibilities of the post
- Knowledge of freshwater water based ecosystems and their links to human well-being; in particular from the perspectives of economics and/or ecology and/or psychology;
Specific Experience Required:
-Collecting and analysing socio-economic data in a research project.
-Effectively communicating with line management, colleagues and stakeholders (inc. members of public and farmers) with clarity, conviction and enthusiasm.
-Delivering timely results and taking responsibility and accountability for quality outcomes
This role provides an exciting opportunity to join an industry leading business, committed to ensuring that their customers receive a first class level of service and offering genuine opportunities for career progression.
For more information on this role or any other vacancy please call us on 028 90330 555
Please note only those candidates shortlisted may be contacted.
Candidates will be required to obtain an Basic Access NI check at a cost of £18.00.
Please note that a criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a position. This will depend on the nature of the position and circumstances of the offences.