• 23 February 2023

Two job opportunities open at the Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium


The Climate Centre is a federal scientific structure inaugurated in November 2022 with the aim to maximise the impact of scientific research on climate mitigation and adaptation. The Climate Centre works with researchers from the Federal Scientific Institutions and universities to better coordinate research and develop a common research agenda. The Centre also plans to facilitate knowledge transfer, for example through climate services. The Climate Centre is administratively linked to the Royal Meteorological Institute (RMI).

In the summer of 2023, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will elect its new bureau. The Belgian government is officially supporting the candidacy of Prof. Jean-Pascal van Ypersele (UCLouvain) for the position of IPCC Chair.

The Climate Centre is looking for a Scientific Advisor and an International Climate Policy Specialist, more information here


To apply to these positions, please send a motivation letter and curriculum vitae by email to job-cc@climatecentre.be before 27 February 2023 including in the email subject the acronym SA2023.

Complementary information about the content of the position can be requested to the Operational Director of the Climate Centre, Dr Ella Jamsin (ella.jamsin@climatecentre.be) and to the IPCC Chair candidacy coordinator, Ir Anne Falier (anne.falier@uclouvain.be ).


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