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Nature Climate Change

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Associate or Senior Editor, Quantitative Social Sciences (Nature Climate Change)

JOE ID Number: 2020-02_111465661
Date Posted: 10/19/2020
Date Inactive: 11/12/2020
Position Title/Short Description
Title: Associate or Senior Editor, Quantitative Social Sciences (Nature Climate Change)
Section: Full-Time Nonacademic
Locations: London, UNITED KINGDOM
New York, New York, UNITED STATES
JEL Classification: Z0 -- General
postdoctoral experience, with a strong research record in
social science
behavioural science
Associate Editor
Senior Editor
Salary Range: On Application
Full Text of JOE Listing:

London, Berlin or New York

Nature Climate Change is a multi-disciplinary journal publishing high-quality research related to all aspects of climate change. The journal’s scope includes both the natural and social sciences and economics.

We now have an opening to join our team as an Associate or Senior Editor. This is a rare and exciting opportunity to help shape the social science content of the journal.

Our professional editors make the final decision on what we publish. You will play an important role in determining the representation of policy and socio-economic dimensions of climate change, and more broadly the social sciences and humanities, in the journal.

The salary and benefits will be competitive, reflecting the critical importance and responsibilities of this position and in line with other employees across the business.

For full details and to apply, please visit:

The closing date for applications is November 12th 2020.

Application Requirements:
  • External Application URL and Instructions Below
Application deadline: 11/12/2020
Application Instructions:
To Apply: Applicants must provide:
• A CV and a brief cover letter explaining their interest in the post as well as salary expectations; (including their class of degree and a brief account of their research and other relevant experience).
• A Research Highlight (200 words or less) on a recent paper from the climate change literature
• An outline for a special issue of Nature Climate Change, featuring 3-4 commissioned review or opinion pieces with suggested authors.