Conduct research and analysis into the socio-economic aspects of environmental, natural resource and cultural heritage management to improve the economic and social basis of policy advice and government decision-making.
- Track, understand and communicate progress
- 4-month contract opportunity with the NSW State Government
- Offices are based in Parramatta,
- $58 - $70 per hour + Super
- Undertake economic analysis of business cases, policies, regulations or decisions, reviews and other analyses that contribute to the improved valuation and management of the environment and natural resources.
- Prepare and produce well researched technical reports, briefing notes and submissions using established and/or innovative economic and other relevant assessment methodologies to ensure the Agency and the Minister have sufficient, accurate, and quality economics information and advice and decision making tools at their disposal.
- Provide technical advice on economic evaluation, impact techniques and innovative environmental management instruments to ensure a thorough understanding of the economic impacts of policy making on environmental management and the consequences of not implementing appropriate policy.
- Provide, at a senior level, contribution to maintaining an awareness and discussion of current and developing issues and practices likely to affect the Agency, the Minister and whole of Government to ensure the recognition and integration of economic considerations in the development of policy and programs.
- Manage consultants undertaking economic studies relating to environmental management to ensure work undertaken is commensurate with government and corporate priorities and policies.
- Participate in working committees and multi-disciplinary projects, providing economic expertise, follow-up research and advice ensuring that the Division’s/corporate position is articulated consistently and appropriately.
- Develop and maintain professional working relationships and networks with stakeholders to promote environmental and conservation economics functions.
- Eligibility to work full-time in Australia (35hours a week)
- Must have previous experience
- Must be able to commence ASAP