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. 

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Working at the ESRI

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Staff Testimonials 

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Anne Nolan

Anne Nolan is an Associate Research Professor and a Research Area Coordinator of the Health and Quality of Life research area. 

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Pete Lunn

Pete Lunn is an Associate Research Professor and a Research Area Coordinator for the Behavioural Economics area.

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Martina Lawless

Martina is an Associate Research Professor and a Research Area Coordinator for the Macroeconomics area.

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Eoin McNamara

Eoin is a Research Analyst for Growing Up in Ireland.

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Rachel Joyce

Rachel is a Corporate Projects and Executive Support Administrator at the ESRI.

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Marianna Russo

Marianna is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Energy, Environment and Infrastructure.

Working at the ESRI (in numbers)

120 People

There are 80 researchers and 30 administration/technical and professional staff members.

320 Alumni

ESRI staff members have gone on to work for government departments, state agencies and universities, among other organisations.

63 PhDs

63 people working in the ESRI have a doctorate degree.