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中国清洁空气项目研究员

2017.03.13
希望寻求一位对环保事业具有高度责任心和积极性的研究员,负责重型车、非道路移动机械领域的政策研究、排放测试、数据分析等工作,旨在为减少柴油机污染物排放相关政策提供技术支持。

China Clean Air Researcher

2017.03.13
Seeking a Researcher to join our China Team and contribute to our research on reducing emissions from heavy-duty vehicles and diesel engines in China.

Accounts Payable Accountant

2017.02.14
Seeking a highly committed, positive, self-motivated Accounts Payable Accountant to join our Finance/Accounting Team in our Washington, DC office.

Internship, Global Vehicle Policies

2017.02.13
Seeking an intern to help track and communicate the status of regulatory programs around the world on our TransportPolicy.net website.

Research Fellow

2017.02.06
Seeking a qualified, highly self-motivated person to work in our Berlin office researching options for introducing an emissions-based vehicle taxation scheme in Turkey.

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