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CEI Water Justice Science Fellow

The ideal candidate is skilled in, and energized by, the use of spatial analysis, climate models, data visualization, and related approaches to support sustainable solutions for EJ communities, a partner in developing solutions to complex challenges, and communicates effectively to diverse audiences. You understand this is a relatively new body of work, and you are comfortable taking the lead role on the design and implementation of exploratory analyses. You are a self-starter, able to work both independently and collaboratively, and comfortable developing and maintaining relationships with a broad and inclusive community, including internal and external experts, stakeholders, and community members. You are also able to co-author reports, white papers, public comments, and peer-reviewed publications in scientific journals, and you continuously expand your own skills and experience. Funding for this position is temporary, for one (1) year, full-time (equivalent part-time available).


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