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Job Postings and Research Opportunities

This page provides a list of job openings and research opportunities of interest to the industrial ecology community. We are using the blogging feature of our website for this page. To post a new job opportunity, please send your notice to the ISIE office. We will delete these posts after six months or whenever you notify us that the opening has been filled.
  • 10 Jan 2017 9:44 AM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)

    Title: Postdoctoral Associate

    Institution: Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Center for Industrial Ecology,

    Location: New Haven, CT, USA

    Deadline:  February 15, 2017

    Material production and forming is responsible for more than half of the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from industry. Reducing primary material production through increased recovery of secondary materials and lifetime extension of products and structures through refurbishment, remanufacturing and repurposing are important strategies to reduce GHG emissions from industry that have not yet received adequate attention. The Yale Center for Industrial Ecology has a long track record of uncovering material cycles and investigating circular economy opportunities through industrial symbiosis. We are now part of the REMADE Institute, a major DOE-funded effort to develop technologies and business models for closing material loops. Yale CIE researcher Barbara Reck leads the systems analysis node, which investigates the energy and GHG savings, resource potential, and costs of different technologies and management options.  

    The Postdoctoral associate is to develop a life cycle assessment (LCA) based system for the quantification of energy savings and emission reductions achieved by material cycles under different scenarios for the development of the energy system, under supervision of Professor Edgar Hertwich. The candidate will work closely with the REMADE technology partners, including major US manufacturing, recycling and waste management companies. 


    Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in industrial ecology, engineering, material sciences, or applied economics and have strong modelling and programming skills. Programming skills in high level languages (e.g., Python, Matlab, GAMS, R, Java, C++) and familiarity with LCA databases are an asset.  The selected candidate must be able to meet eligibility requirements for work in the United States at the time the appointment is scheduled to begin and to continue working legally for the proposed term of the appointment.


    To receive full consideration, please submit your application no later than February 15, 2017.

    Prior to applying, candidates should explore websites for Yale F&ES ( and the Center for Industrial Ecology ( Required materials should be submitted to and include: 1) cover letter, 2) curriculum vita, 3) statement of research, 4) writing sample (one publication), 5) names and contact information of 3 references.


    May 1, 2017 (Flexible)


    This is a full-time, two-year, non-tenure-track appointment with possibility of extension. Annual salary is competitive and depends upon education and experience. The position includes medical and dental benefits and paid time off.

    Yale University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Yale values diversity among its students, staff, and faculty and strongly welcomes applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and underrepresented minorities.

  • 08 Jan 2017 10:33 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: Interdisciplinary (Biologist, Ecologist, or Hydrologist)

    Institution: U.S. Geological Survey 

    Location: 3 vacancies (Tucson, AZ; Hilo, HI; Norman, OK)

    Deadline: January 11, 2017

    There is (1) position to be filled for each location.

    This is a term appointment for which all qualified applicants with or without Federal status may apply and be considered. Appointment to this position, however, will not convey permanent status in the Federal service and will be for a period not to exceed 13 months with possible extensions up to a total of 4 years without further competition.

    Salary: Hilo, HI $73,962 (Step 01) to $96,153 (Step 10); Norman, OK $72,168 (Step 01) to $93,821(Step 10); Tuczon, AZ $72,544 (Step 01) to $94,310(Step 10); NOTE: First time hires to the Federal Government are typically hired at the Step 01.


    As a Biologist/Ecologist/Hydrologist within the National Climate Change & Wildlife Science Center, some of your specific duties will include:

    • Assists Climate Science Center (CSC) Leadership with the implementation of the CSC Strategic Plan and Science agenda.
    • Supports and/or leads development of existing and new CSC science-based initiatives, including the organization of symposia and special sessions at regional and national conferences or gatherings.
    • Assists or leads in the development and delivery of climate adaptation tools and processes, such as scenario planning, Climate-Smart conservation, structured decision-making, vulnerability assessment approaches, adaptation planning, etc.
    • Complies, reviews, evaluates and interprets regional climate science activities funded by the CSC, regional partners, and academic institutions.
    • Assist with providing guidance, requirements and standard operating procedures for maintaining the quality of research activities, processes, and products by the CSC.
    • Represents the CSC at professional meetings with external cooperators, departmental and agency conferences, federal and state agencies, regional Landscape Conservation Cooperatives, regional community and tribal organizations, NGOs, academia, private industry, private research foundations, and public meetings.

    USGS has determined that the duties of this position are suitable for telework and the selectee may be allowed to telework with supervisor approval. The official worksite for the selectee is the duty location identified in this vacancy announcement. The selectee will typically report to this location on a regular and recurring basis.

    For additional information on our internal telework policy, please reference the Department of the Interior Telework Handbook at:

    Travel Required

    • Occasional Travel
    • Overnight travel up to 4 nights per month may be required.

    Key Requirements

    • Applicants must be U.S. Citizens.
    • Suitable for Federal employment, as determined by background investigation.
    • Selectee may be subject to serving a one-year probationary period.

    For more information and details on how to apply please visit the original job posting on the USAJOBS website

  • 03 Jan 2017 10:33 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: PhD Candidate in Modeling of Urban Metabolism and Ecosystems

    Institution: Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology

    Location: Luxembourg

    The successful candidate will join the RDI Unit on Life Cycle Sustainability and Risk Assessment (LiSRA) of the Environmental Research and Innovation(ERIN) department of LIST. With a team of more than 170 scientists and engineers from life science, environmental science, and IT science, the ERIN department has the necessary interdisciplinary knowledge and skills to tackle major environmental challenges our society is facing today: climate change mitigation, ecosystem resilience, sustainable energy systems, efficient use of renewable resources, environmental pollution prevention and control.



    • He/She holds a Master degree in Engineering, Mathematics or Physics


    • He/She has proven organizational skills and thinks interdisciplinary; he/she is able to work independently and creatively, as well as in synergy within a team
    • He/She has proven competences in programming for system dynamics modeling or related
    • Verified skills in economics, natural/environmental science and statistics will be considered an asset, as well as an overall knowledge on life cycle assessment (LCA) and ecosystem service valuation tools


    • An advanced knowledge of English (both spoken and written) is required; Portuguese language skills can be useful, although not mandatory

    Candidates interested in the above position can apply online on our website:
    The application file should include:

    A CV

    A motivation letter

    Reference contact(s) / letter(s) of recommendation

    Any other document you may think useful to be considered in your application file

    Please see the original job posting for further information about the position and research

  • 03 Jan 2017 10:21 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: Sustainability Analyst

    Institution: Quantis

    Location: Boston, Massachusetts, USA

    Quantis seeks to recruit a highly motivated and dynamic Sustainability Analyst to join our growing US team. The Sustainability Analyst will support the delivery of high quality consulting services for our clients, with a focus on enabling better sustainability decisions, management and communication through the best science and insights. Consideration will be made of both seasoned and entry-level candidates. The position offers a unique opportunity and responsibility of working with leading global companies to help them to understand and manage of their environmental impact and help them implement and communicate on their actions to improve environmental performance. Quantis offers a dynamic and flexible work environment and competitive compensation packages.


    The Sustainability Analyst will be responsible for some combination of the following: Core responsibilities:

    • Conducting life cycle assessments and corporate environmental footprints 
    • Performing a variety of other quantitative and qualitative evaluations on sustainability topics 
    • Consulting with clients to assist them in their understanding and implementation 
    • Preparing reports and presentations 
    • Developing unique solutions to address sustainability-related challenges • Supporting client interactions, project management or business development Qualifications Critical qualifications and competences include 
    • One or more years’ experience in performing, managing, interpreting and/or communicating of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and/or related topics whether from an academic, industry or other background 
    • A Master’s degree, and/or several years of professional experience 
    • Ability to structure own work and self-motivated 
    • Sound problem solving skills 
    • Scientific expertise 
    • Ability to communicate effectively and build relationships with client
    Compensation and Benefits 

    Quantis offers competitive salaries and a wide range of benefits, including medical and other insurances and a retirement savings plan, as well as generous and flexible vacation time. Quantis offers a flexible, team-oriented work environment. Salary will be determined based on level of experience and potential for success. 

    To apply, please send your resume and a statement of interest to the following address with “Sustainability Analyst, Boston” in the title Email 

  • 03 Jan 2017 10:18 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: Life Cycle Expert

    Institution: Quantis

    Location: Boston, Massachusetts, USA

    Quantis seeks to recruit a highly motivated and dynamic Life Cycle Expert to join our growing US team. The Life Cycle Expert will lead development and delivery of LCA-based consulting services for our clients, with a focus on enabling better sustainability decisions, management and communication through the best science and insights. The Life Cycle Expert will also train and support the expertise of other staff and serve as an internal and external thought-leader on the topic of LCA and its application to key sustainability issues. The position offers a unique opportunity and responsibility of working with leading global companies to help them to understand and manage of their environmental impact and help them implement and communicate on their actions to improve environmental performance. Quantis offers a dynamic and flexible work environment and competitive compensation packages. 


    The Life Cycle Expert will be responsible for some combination of the following:

    • Implementing and leading LCA-based assessments for clients 
    • Consulting with clients to assist them in their understanding and implementation 
    • Mentoring, training and supporting other staff 
    • Developing new Quantis client relationships and accounts 
    • Developing unique solutions and approaches for clients; 
    • Managing project workloads and other staff; 
    • Preparing reports and presentations; 
    • Leading knowledge areas within the company; 
    • Other leadership positions and responsibilities. Qualifications The desired qualifications for the position include: 
    • A masters or PhD degree, or several years of experience in the field of LCA, with a focus on practical applications; 
    • Experience in a range of experience in applications to business, strategy, policy or other contexts; 
    • Strong critical thinking skills 
    • A dynamic and enthusiastic personality aligned with Quantis’ values and spirit 
    Compensation and Benefits 

    Quantis offers competitive salaries and a wide range of benefits, including medical and other insurances and a retirement savings plan, as well as generous and flexible vacation time. Quantis offers a flexible, team-oriented work environment. Salary will be determined based on level of experience and potential for success. 

    To apply, please send your resume and a statement of interest to the following address with “LCA Expert, Boston” in the title Email

    Please visit the original job posting for further information
  • 03 Jan 2017 10:14 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: Two post-doctoral fellows

    Institution: Erb Institute at the University of Michigan

    Location: Ann Arbor, MI

    The Erb Institute at the University of Michigan is seeking two post-doctoral fellows for the coming academic year. This is a great opportunity for someone who has completed their PhD within the last year as we offer two years of funding and a discretionary research budget.

    We are still accepting applications from qualified candidate scholars who can conduct high-quality and high-impact research, participate in seeking extramural funding related to their research, write jointly-authored and peer reviewed articles, and can contribute occasional thought leadership content under the Erb Institute banner.

    To help us achieve our strategic vision, post-doctoral researchers will be required to conduct work in at least one of four priority areas at the nexus of business and sustainability:

    ·  Consumer behavior and conscious consumption;

    ·  Community and human development;

    ·  Energy and climate change; and/or

    ·  New metrics for sustainability.

    The institute is particularly interested in applicants who have demonstrated leadership potential and/or capabilities as they relate to our strategic research priority areas.

    Fellows are appointed for two years as Post-Doctoral Scholars in the Erb Institute and are expected to be in residence during the academic years of the fellowship, to participate in the intellectual life of the Institute, and to devote time to their independent research. If desired, teaching may be included in the agreement. The annual stipend will be $65,000 based on an academic calendar year, September 1 – August 31. Fellows are eligible for University employee benefits programs including health and life insurance options.

    Applicants may visit our website for more information on the position and application details.

  • 27 Dec 2016 9:06 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: PhD positions

    Institution: Sustainability Research Institute - University of Leeds

    Location: Leeds, UK

    Deadline: March 1, 2017

    Three fully-funded 3.5 years Leverhulme PhDs are available to UK/EU candidates only. The funding will included tuition fees, tax-free stipend at the RCUK rates (£14,296 for 2016/17), and research training and support grant.

    Project Summary

    The Living Well Within Limits (LiLi) project is an ambitious interdisciplinary programme, addressing crucial but understudied questions: What are the biophysical resources, more specifically energy, required to achieve human well-being? What influence do social and technical provisioning systems have on the levels of resource use associated with well-being? The LiLi project’s ambitious aim is to construct the conceptual and methodological framework upon which this type of research can be carried forward, and to apply it using both quantitative and qualitative methods to analyze and model the energy requirements of well-being. The LiLi project is based on an innovative framework (shown below), integrating biophysical resource use, the social and physical provisioning systems which draw up on these resources as inputs, and the social outcomes which depend upon them.

    Summary of the PhD projects

    The three PhD projects within LiLi will principally pursue quantitative analysis on three different levels. In each case, the analysis focuses on explaining the role of provisioning systems in explaining variations and trends in the “environmental efficiency of well-being”.

    1. The first project will take the nation-state as its unit of analysis, conducting top-down international analysis over several decades (highest geographic and temporal coverage). This project will investigate differences in the resource endowments of countries, their level of infrastructure build-up, economic and technological capabilities, governance characteristics, and social and cultural factors. The applicant should therefore be capable of working with large international datasets, and should be interested in international development pathways and political economy.
    2. The second project focuses on economic distribution within countries, by using income classes as its unit of measurement. This project builds on much recent interest wealth and income inequality, but extends this type of analysis to quantify the affordability and availability of key provisioning services and well-being outcomes within countries. Applicants should be interested in deriving insights from multiple disciplines (economics, health, sociology) to explain the drivers of inequality in provisioning.
    3. The third project will consider household-level (micro-data) differences with an eye on geographic factors, such as urban-rural differences, for a single year. The applicant will be working mainly with household survey and expenditure data and should be interested in input-output analysis and/or spatial techniques, and will focus on 5 or 6 specific countries (developing and developed).

    In all cases, the PhD analysis will focus on the role of physical and social provisioning systems in explaining (in statistical terms) international, income and household variations. The outcomes of these analyses will be estimates of the energy service “baskets” required, at the international, income class and household levels, for human need satisfaction. Most importantly, the significance of social and physical provision systems in explaining differences in well-being vs. energy use performance will be fully explored, thus enabling priority energy service systems for well-being to be identified.

    The PhD research will in all cases be undertaken within a larger collaborative group related to the LiLi project. The outcomes of their analysis will enable more precise estimates of the energy services required for human need satisfaction, taking into account the importance of economic inequality and geographic location (climate, housing & transport types, urban-rural differences) in determining the services accessible and affordable to different groups.

    There will be opportunities to translate the research findings into formal models to test scenarios upon, as well as to participate in community-level case studies of energy use and well-being in several countries. The Faculty of Environment at the University of Leeds encourages PhD dissertations by alternative format, encouraging the publication of PhD research in international peer-reviewed journals. 

    Anyone who is interested should contact me directly:  in order to collaborate on a more detailed PhD project plan in advance of the March 1st 2017 deadline.

    Please visit the original job posting for complete information

  • 17 Dec 2016 2:06 PM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: Tenure-track faculty position in LCA

    Institution: North Dakota State University - Department of Coatings and Polymeric Materials and the Center for Sustainable Materials Science (CSMS)

    Location: Fargo, North Dakota, USA


    A tenure-track faculty position in Life Cycle Assessment is available immediately in the Department of Coatings and Polymeric Materials in conjunction with the Center for Sustainable Materials Science (CSMS) at North Dakota State University. CSMS is an interdisciplinary center that carries out research and education on a cradle-to-cradle approach to sustainable materials, with a current focus on materials from renewable resources ( The Center is seeking to expand with the addition of a faculty member who can collaborate on sustainability assessment and environmental impact analysis of bio-based materials. The ideal applicant will, among other things carry out Life Cycle Assessment in collaboration with center researchers who are developing new bio-based materials with comparisons to currently used petrochemical polymers and resin systems. The appointment is expected to be at the Assistant Professor level, however candidates with exceptional qualifications may be appointed to a higher rank. Salary is commensurate with experience. Candidates for this position must have a Ph.D. in an appropriate discipline and documented research expertise in LCA, a strong potential to develop an externally-funded, nationally competitive research program, commitment to teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as strong oral and written communication skills. Postdoctoral experience is a plus as is interest in other research in sustainability assessments of bio-based materials, such as (but not limited to) techno-economic analysis, economic analysis, and social impact analysis.

    Candidates for the position will need to submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, detailed research plans and arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent. For more information on this position as well as to apply please visit

    Review of applications will start January 15, 2017 and continue until the position is filled. 

  • 17 Dec 2016 2:00 PM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: PhD position in advancing characterization of climate change impacts in LCA

    Institution: Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

    Location: Trondheim, Norway

    Deadline: January 22, 2017

    The Industrial Ecology Program (IndEcol) at the Department of Energy and Process Engineering, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), has opened a PhD position in advancing characterization of climate change impacts in LCA. IndEcol is a well-established interdisciplinary group in the field of LCA and environmental sustainability analysis, with scientists contributing to WGIII of the 5th IPCC assessment report, active participation to the UNEP/SETAC Life-Cycle Initiative, and publications featured in high-ranked journals. 

    Life cycle assessment (LCA) is a methodology frequently used to attribute climate change impacts to specific human activities like commodities, technological systems, or sectors. Decision and policy makers widely rely on the outcomes from comparative LCA to promote mitigation options, and to design strategies for sustainable production and consumption at a public or corporate level. Despite recent progresses, existing climate impact models used in LCA have limitations and possibilities to be further improved. There are challenges to account for the temporal and spatial heterogeneities of the climate system response to different forcing agents, and the implications for applying characterization factors alternative to GWP are still to be explored in detail. In particular, future research is needed to better include in the LCA framework climate impacts from bio-resource extraction and use, especially those following land use or land cover changes (e.g., surface albedo and GHG fluxes). 

    We seek a candidate that is strongly motivated to address the interactions between climate forcing agents and individual climate system responses, with a particular focus on the land-climate nexus. The candidate will perform both methodological and applied research, and will have the opportunity to attend a PhD program with access to the most up-to-date approaches in LCA and to interact with the major global LCA experts. Tasks will include data processing and compilation, modelling, quantification of impacts, analysis and validation of model results, presentation of results at international conferences, publishing in peer-reviewed journals. Given the interdisciplinary nature of the topic, we deem interest and ability to explore new fields and sub-fields important.

    The successful candidate should hold a relevant master degree in engineering, environmental science, climate science, meteorology, geo-informatics, applied physics and mathematics. Good programming skills in one or several languages (e.g., Python, Matlab, C), in addition to good understanding of fundamentals in mathematics and physics, are expected. Previous experience with LCA and/or climate change impact modelling is an advantage. Strong analytical capabilities are expected, as well as documented capacity to report and present research outcomes. The candidate must be a good team player while also being able to work independently. To be qualified for admission to the PhD program at NTNU, the candidate must demonstrate a B average or better (on the European Credit Transfer System -ECTS- grading scale) at the MSc level. The applicant must be excellent in English both written and orally. Trondheim is the place of duty. The position is of 4 years duration, of which 25% teaching duties.

    Conditions of appointment:
    PhD Candidates are remunerated in code 1017, and are normally remunerated at gross NOK 430 200 before tax. There will be a 2 % deduction to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund from gross wage.

    Engagement as a PhD Candidate is done in accordance with “Regulation concerning terms and conditions of employment for the posts of post-doctoral research fellow, research fellow, research assistant and resident”, given by the Ministry of Education and Research of 19.07.2010. The goal of the positions is to obtain a PhD degree. Applicants will engage in an organized PhD training program, and appointment requires approval of the applicants plan for a PhD study within three months from the date of commencement.

    Further information may be obtained from Professor Francesco Cherubini, phone + 47 73 59 89 42, email: Please be aware that applications are not be sent to this email address.

    See for more information.

    The engagement is to be made in accordance with the regulations in force concerning State Employees and Civil Servants. The positions adhere to the Norwegian Government's policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. Women are encouraged to apply.

    According to the new Freedom of Information Act, information concerning the applicant may be made public even if the applicant has requested not to be included in the list of applicants.

    The application
    The application must contain information of educational background and work experience. Certified copies of transcripts and reference letters should be enclosed. Applications with CV, grade transcripts and other enclosures should be submitted via this webpage at www.jobbnorge.noMark the application with IVT-132/16.

    Please visit the original job posting for more information

  • 17 Dec 2016 1:54 PM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: Tenure Tracker in Industrial Ecology at Leiden University

    Institution: Leiden University - Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML)

    Location: Leiden, Netherlands

    Deadline: January 8, 2017

    The Faculty of Science and the Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML) is looking for a:

    Tenure tracker in Industrial Ecology (0.8-1.0 fte) 
    Vacancy number 16-401

    Key responsibilities

    • The candidate will contribute to education and research of the CML-Industrial Ecology (IE) Department;
    • Research will be, for the most part, done in the context of projects funded by EU programs like Horizon 2020 or the EIT Raw materials and the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). Research focuses on further development and application of IE tools such as life cycle (sustainability) assessment, environmentally extended input-output analysis and material flow analysis and related modelling and forecasting;
    • CML-IE has been successful in attracting PhD funding, and we expect the Tenure Tracker to supervise 1-2 PhD students from the moment of joining CML;
    • Teaching mostly focuses on contributing to the Master Industrial Ecology. Other teaching may include the CML Minor Sustainable Development and the Leiden University College Sustainability track;
    • The candidate will contribute to the acquisition of new research projects.

    Selection criteria

    • You can develop and motivate an own scientific group;
    • You’re an inspiring ‘out-of-the-box’ thinker with a clear view on a challenging research and education program;
    • You must have a PhD degree in a relevant field, and have some additional years of academic work experience. Relevant backgrounds could include PhD degrees in industrial ecology or sustainability science, or other fields such as econometrics, economics, applied mathematics, applied physics, system dynamics, and related modelling, combined with a strong interest in sustainability;
    • In our Tenure Track system, it is the ambition to appoint the successful candidate ultimately in a professorial position. You must hence already show the potential to develop an own research line, become internationally visible, and take responsibility for external acquisition. You must have proven already to be productive in terms of scientific output. Ideally the research line you will develop will expand CML-IE’s existing research portfolio. Topics could be e.g. ‘big data and IE’, dynamic scenario modelling, or adding a spatially explicit dimension to the IE toolbox, or other subjects you think that bring the IE field forward;
    • Strong quantitative skills in data gathering, data compilation, analysis, and related mathematics and coding in e.g. Matlab, Python or R are essential;
    • Knowledge of industrial ecology tools including Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Material flow analysis (MFA) and Environmentally extended input output analysis (EE IO) is strongly desired;
    • University level teaching skills should be good and demonstrable;
    • You should be able to work in a dynamic, multi-project context: distributing his or her attention among the various projects and tasks, keeping an eye to deadlines and deliverables, taking initiatives and contacting partners;
    • The international character of the work necessitates proficiency in English, passive and active, written and spoken. Proficiency in Dutch is an advantage.

    Please visit the original job posting for complete information. 

    Enquiries can be made to dr. Rene Kleijn, telephonet +31 71 527 1498, email or prof. Arnold Tukker, telephone +31 71 527 5632/5615, email
    Information about CML can be found at and about Leiden University at

    To apply for this vacancy please send an email to, quoting the vacancy number and include a brief description of a research plan, letter of motivation, a full vitae, a list of publications, as well as the names and addresses of at least three persons that can be contacted for reference (who have agreed to be contacted). 
    Applications should be submitted no later than January 8, 2017. The selection procedure will take place in the week thereafter and selected candidates will be invited for an interview on January 31, 2017. You are kindly requested to be available on this date.

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