Energy and Sustainability Policy
Program Office

Fiscal Policy Internship

The International Council on Clean Transportation

Locations:  Washington, DC or San Francisco, CA

The ICCT seeks a highly self-motivated, enthusiastic individual to contribute primarily to research projects on fiscal policies and their impact in leading vehicle markets. The length of the fellowship is negotiable, from 9 to 12 months, and also depends on the individual’s legal working permit.

This is a full-time, temporary position (40 hours/week) ranging from 9 to 12 months. The expected start time of the fellowship is mid-February 2021 or later. The offer includes health insurance and a competitive salary, depending on experience and education. The position(s) will be based in the ICCT’s Washington, D.C. or San Francisco office with remote working necessary through at least 6/30/21 due to COVID-19.

Position responsibilities

  • Investigate the impact of electrification on government revenue and potential remedy approaches in the leading EV markets (U.S., EU, China, India);
  • Lead the statistical study: Vehicle taxes driving CO2 reductions - A statistical analysis of the effectiveness of fiscal policies;
  • Provide technical support to targeted countries in designing a budget-neutral feebate system and modeling the impact on the fleet;
  • Establish and maintain a repository of global vehicle and fuel taxation and fiscal incentives for all transportation modes;
  • Work and coordinate with fiscal policy researchers across different ICCT programs and country teams;
  • Support requests related to fiscal policies in emerging markets;
  • Other duties as assigned.

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