The Air Quality Programs Team at the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC), is exploring new ways to understand and support local groups monitoring (or are well-poised to monitor) ambient PM2.5 levels in countries where there are major PM2.5 data gaps and a single monitoring effort has the potential to have an outsized positive national policy impact, as well as contribute to the global air quality data ecosystem.
To that end, they are looking for a short-term (6 month) contractor with expertise in data analysis, air pollution, community engagement, and environmental policy to assist us with building a report identifying opportunities to fill air quality data gaps across the world.
Time Frame: 30-40 hours per week over 6 months, starting by mid-September 2023.
Location: This work will be conducted remotely. The contractor will need to have their working business day overlap by at least 2-3 hours with Central European Time.
Send a 1 page statement of interest, daily rate in USD, your qualifications, and two references who can describe the quality of previous related projects you have completed to Christa Hasenkopf (Director, Air Quality Programs, University of Chicago) email@example.com with the subject line: AQDG Contractor – [your name].
Note: This is a contracting role, and the selected contractor will not be an employee of the University of Chicago.