Applicants are expected to have a good understanding of the existing research and issues in environmental security, climate change and natural disasters. A relevant PhD and a good publication record are essential. Related experience and knowledge of regional cooperative frameworks in ASEAN and Asia would be an advantage.
In addition to having the skills to conduct independent research, successful applicants will also teach in the Schools Master of Science programmes. Applicants are also expected to contribute to the Schools research agenda and team research projects, and organize conferences and seminars. Experience in policy-relevant research and publication would be useful.
All applicants should submit a full CV, two published articles or writing samples, a cover letter specifying how their qualifications match the job description, two reference letters which should be sent directly to the head of administration. Screening of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Fellowships are for an initial period of one year with prospects for renewal. Appointees are expected to take up the Fellowships immediately.
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