[Met-jobs] CPPIB employment opportunities: Economists, climatology focus
We have two very exciting roles focused on climatology. The ads are attached and include links to applying.
Brief details from the attached PDF files:
- An immediate opening is available within CPPIB for an economist to support the Emerging Factors team in TPM as well as broader departmental objectives. The successful candidate will either
already be active in the field of climate change research or have a keen interest in entering this field and already have a good high level understanding of the key thematic areas and how they impact economic outcomes. Experience with creating simulations
on integrated assessment models (IAMs) to estimate the impact of Climate Change on the economy and catastrophe risk modeling and related climate change risks would be considered valuable but not essential. In addition, the successful candidate will have a
strong interest in politics and geopolitics and how social factors influence economic outcomes.
- An immediate opening is available within CPPIB for a Senior Economist (Portfolio Manager) in the Portfolio Research group to develop a framework for evaluating emerging factors and long-term appetite for these factors
within the portfolio. The Senior Economist will have a solid understanding of all key thematic climate change topics and ideally have experience creating economic simulations using data from a range of Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) and Earth System Models
(ESMs) of intermediate complexity. Experience with catastrophe risk modeling and related climate change risks would be considered valuable but not necessary.
Advisor, Talent Sourcing | Human Resources
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
One Queen Street East | Suite 2500 | Toronto, ON | M5C 2W5 | Canada
Associate Senior Associate, Economist - Emerging Factors.pdf
Description: Associate Senior Associate, Economist - Emerging Factors.pdf
Portfolio Manager, Senior Economist - Emerging Factors.pdf
Description: Portfolio Manager, Senior Economist - Emerging Factors.pdf
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