Monterey Institute Looking for Energy/trade Economist

Michael Giberson

From the inbox, a note from the Monterey Institute about their open position for an energy economist. Technically speaking they are advertising for a international trade & development position, but Monterey professor Jason Scorse said while they need someone for International Econ and Trade, they especially seek someone who can do energy economics and whose work relates to emerging economies.

If this is you (and you can bear to work near the Pacific Ocean at a place with near perfect weather, about equidistant from Gilroy, the garlic capital of the world, and Big Sur), then check them out.

2 thoughts on “Monterey Institute Looking for Energy/trade Economist

  1. Broken link on the job post, but — typical — the HR department is a total FAILURE of usability. WTF does GSTILE-ICLP mean? How many applicants do they turn off with this bureaucratic BS?

  2. Apparently I can’t link directly to the position announcement.

    Try this approach: Start here – – the MIIS Human Resources “Candidate Self Service” page.

    From that page click the “Find Jobs” link (toward the lower left of screen).

    On the next page, under “Browse for Jobs,” click on “Faculty Jobs.”

    Finally, click the “Professor of International Trade & Development” link.

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