Careers at the ESRI
The ESRI aims to provide a rewarding working environment where staff members can develop their talents and contribute to the mission of the organisation: to produce economic and social research that informs public policymaking and civil society.
Anne Nolan is an Associate Research Professor and a Research Area Coordinator of the Health and Quality of Life research area.
Pete Lunn is an Associate Research Professor and a Research Area Coordinator for the Behavioural Economics area.
Martina is an Associate Research Professor and a Research Area Coordinator for the Macroeconomics area.
Eoin is a Research Analyst for Growing Up in Ireland.
Rachel is a Corporate Projects and Executive Support Administrator at the ESRI.
Marianna is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Energy, Environment and Infrastructure.
Working at the ESRI (in numbers)
There are 80 researchers and 30 administration/technical and professional staff members.
ESRI staff members have gone on to work for government departments, state agencies and universities, among other organisations.
63 people working in the ESRI have a doctorate degree.