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  • 19 Sep 2016 9:09 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Position: Faculty Position in Environmental and/or Energy Economics

    Institution: University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - The Institute of the Environment and Sustainability

    Location: Los Angeles, California, USA

    Deadline: October 1st 2016

    Specifically, we seek a colleague with interests and experience in the following areas of research as they pertain to environmental and/or energy economics -- environmental valuation, environmental policy, corporate sustainability, political economy, behavioral economics, environmental health, international economics, econometrics, experimental economics.

    The appointment will be in the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability (loES). The IoES's primary mission is to identify study and provide solutions for regional and global environmental problems, and to educate the next generation of scholars and leaders. The Institute achieves this mission through its core faculty, affiliated faculty from across UCLA, undergraduate and graduate degree programs, and interdisciplinary centers and off-campus partnerships. The IoES includes faculty in economics, Management, the health sciences, life sciences, physical sciences, social sciences, engineering, law and other disciplines. Preference will be given for candidates with demonstrated interest in working in an interdisciplinary environment. The appointment will be primarily held at the IoES, but affiliations with other campus units are possible.

    Applicants will be expected to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate level, advise and mentor graduate students, and contribute to graduate education, the research environment of the department and to university and professional service. The campus is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through their research, teaching, and/or service.

    RANK: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor (tenured), or Full Professor.

    SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience; academic year (9-month) basis.

    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. or equivalent foreign degree in Economics or related field, experience in environmental and/or energy economics, and evidence of teaching and research.

    POSITION AVAILABLE: July 1, 2017, with academic year beginning September 2017.

    TO APPLY: Applications are accepted via the UCLA Academic Recruit online system, and must include a letter of application, curriculum vitae, research statement, teaching statement and interdisciplinary experience and interests, up to three exemplary publications, and the names and contact information for four references. Applicants are invited to submit a statement addressing their past and/or potential contributions to diversity through research, teaching and/or service.

    Documents/materials must be submitted as PDF files. Apply at

    https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF02335. Refer to Position # JPF02335 in all correspondence.

    CLOSING DATE: Review of applications will begin on October 1st, 2016. To ensure full consideration, applications should be completed by November 15, 2016. The position will remain open until filled.

    For additional information about the loES or about submitting an application, contact Ms. Shahara C. Ben-Iesau (scben-iesau@ioes.ucla.edu, (310) 206-9742) or see http://www.ioes.ucla.edu/.

    Review of applications will begin on October 1st, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled. Please address any questions to Magali Delmas, Search Committee Chair, at delmas@ucla.edu.

    The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy. UC Nondiscrimination & Affirmative Action Policy: http://policv.ucop.edadoc/4000376/NondiscrimAffirmAct

    UCLA is committed to excellence through diversity and strives to establish a climate that welcomes, celebrates, and promotes respect for the contributions of all students and employees. Individuals with a history of mentoring students under-represented in the sciences are encouraged to apply and to describe their experience in a cover letter. Inquiries regarding the University's equal employment opportunity policies may be directed to: Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the University of California, Los Angeles, CA 90095; (310) 206-7411.

    UCLA is a smoke & tobacco-free campus.

  • 19 Sep 2016 9:04 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Position: Postdoctoral Position - Greenhouse Gas and Economic Analysis of Global Oil Resources

    Institution: Detroit Research Center of Aramco Services Company (Subsidiary of Saudi Aramco)

    Location: Novi, Michigan, USA

    Deadline: Open until filled

    Contract: 1-3 years

     Basic Function:

    Applicant must have completed a PhD in Energy Resources Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Energy Economics or a related field. Graduates of interdisciplinary studies with emphasis on life cycle analysis (LCA) are encouraged to apply. The incumbent will work with a principal investigator (PI) on the greenhouse gas and economic analysis of global oil resources. This includes (i) greenhouse gas emissions assessment of crude oil production and petroleum refining, and (ii) partial equilibrium modeling of crude oil supply. Applicant must show strong capability in working with large data sets and developing engineering-based models using Excel (VBA) and other programming languages (e.g. Matlab, Python). Some experience in refinery process simulation using Aspen Hysys or other software package is a plus.  

    Principal Duties:

    • Conduct life cycle analysis of crude oil greenhouse gas emissions using a field-level engineering based model, namely the Oil Production Greenhouse Gas Emissions Estimator (OPGEE).
    • Develop a global database of crude oil field characteristics (e.g. water cut, flaring, gas-oil ratio, etc). Targeted data gathering for major crude oil fields worldwide.
    • Conduct refinery simulation and optimization analysis. Edit and develop new refinery process submodels for refinery LP using Aspen Hysys or other process simulation software package. This is not expected from candidates with background in Energy Economics and Econometrics.
    • Develop a global economic database of current and future oil projects (production cost, breakeven price, etc)
    • Develop a partial equilibrium model of crude oil supply using Matlab, Python or EViews
    • Participate in applied research studies related to regulation requirements of future engine and fuel technologies
    • Foster professional relationships with local and international research institutions and industrial partners.
    • Organize technical meetings and conferences as required.
    • Submit patents, make presentations, and publish technical papers in peer-reviewed journals.

    Activities and Equipment Used:

    • Expert competence with the use of the following software: Excel (VBA), Matlab or other programming software
    • Understanding of crude oil production processes and petroleum refining
    • Understanding of crude oil supply economics
    • Strong background in engineering process modeling and/or partial equilibrium modeling- econometrics

    Desired Education and Experience:

    • A Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, Energy Resources Engineering, Energy Economics, or equivalent from an accredited university.
    • Strong interpersonal, communication, teamwork, and problem solving skills.

     Application Documents:

    Curriculum Vitae; Contact information for two professional references

    The application documents should be sent by email to Dr Hassan El-Houjeiri (hassan.el-houjeiri@aramcoservices.com), project lead and principle investigator.

  • 15 Sep 2016 8:37 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Position: Data Analyst

    Institution: Ecoinvent

    Location: Zurich, Switzerland

    Description:

    Qualifications

    This is an entry-level position. You should you have a Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering or related fields. You had classes and have done projects in Life Cycle Assessment. Ideally, you are already familiar with the methodology and the data structure of the ecoinvent database and have practical experience with it. Fluency in English (written and oral) is a must, knowledge of Spanish, Portuguese or German is an advantage. Proven experience in working in a multicultural environment is beneficial as well. Experience in programming, especially in the Python programming language, is beneficial but not a core requirement of the position.

    Competences

    You are well organised, detail-oriented and have an efficient working approach. You can get oriented easily and quickly in a complex system of data. You have the ability to work on multiple tasks at the same time. Your work is systematic and thorough. You are a self-motivated team player with a strong focus on seeing projects through.

    Interested?

    We offer you an attractive position within an international team. The position is limited to one year, and while a continuation may be possible it cannot be ensured now. If you are interested, we look forward to receiving your online application. Please send your application to Tereza Lévová (levova@ecoinvent.org), Senior Data Analyst (Subject: Application - Data Analyst 2016) including a cover letter, your CV, references and possible starting date.

    For further information related to the position please contact Tereza Lévová or call at +41 44 633 35 72.

    Click here for the original posting

  • 15 Sep 2016 8:24 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Position: Post-doctoral position or senior researcher in energy consumption practices and interventions

    Institution: The University of Lausanne

    Location: Lausanne, Switzerland

    Deadline: October 10, 2016

    Start Date: January 12, 2017

    Contract: 3-years 

    Profile:

    • Doctoral degree in anthropology, sociology, environmental studies, development studies, or related degree. Prior experience with social science concepts and methods in relation to energy consumption required. Experience with participative methods and interventions a plus.
    • Ability to coordinate the design and organization of Living Labs, i.e., participative interventions that involve consumers and citizens at the household and community level. Such events will take place in French-speaking Switzerland. Ability to coordinate efforts in German- speaking Switzerland a plus.
    • Ability to work independently, as well as coordinate with Swiss project partners and H2020 research team members. Research team members include Aalborg University, LMU Munich, NUI Galway (project lead), University of Maastricht, National Consumer Research Centre (Helsinki), Kingston University, and GreenDependent (Hungary). Swiss project partners include Federation Romande des Consommateurs and Services Industriels de Genève.
    • Interest in developing inter-disciplinary approaches to changing the quality and quantity of energy consumption practices, in Switzerland and across Europe.
    • Excellent command of written and spoken French. Good command of written and spoken English. German language skills a plus.

    Project title:

    European Network for Research, Good Practice and Innovation for Sustainable Energy (ENERGISE), funded by the European

    Commission’s Horizon 2020 mechanism with a complementary grant from the Swiss government.

    Description of responsibilities:

    • Coordinator for work package 5, “Comparing energy cultures”. Analyse the role of socio-cultural context on Living Lab design, implementation, and results. Account for differences and similarities in how Living Labs are implemented within and between countries. Understand the interactions between collective conventions and regulatory frameworks, within technological and material contexts, in association with energy consumption practices. Draw conclusions on socio-cultural factors to be taken into account for the further dissemination of such interventions. Inform policies through an “energy culture” perspective, including a consideration for socio- cultural context.
    • Responsible for implementing interventions in Switzerland (lead by work package 4), based on: an analysis of good practices (work package 2), and recommendations for Living Lab design and measurement (work package 3). Work in partnership with agencies in Switzerland to assist with implementation, as needed.
    • Contribute to: 1) the development of an innovative conceptual framework connecting energy practices, routines and ruptures, and options for changing energy use through interventions; 2) the integrated assessment of individual and collective energy initiatives, based on existing practice and efforts in Switzerland; 3) the development of intervention packages and a sustainability assessment toolkit; 4) examining policy options and issuing recommendations for changing the quality and quantity of energy use and 5) overall communications around this project, and participate in all team meetings.

    Notes

    The ENERGISE project, funded by Horizon2020, will provide an understanding of the factors driving individual and collective energy choices and practices. Specifically, ENERGISE focuses on the interactions of individual- and community- level energy practices with wider technological, regulatory and economic aspects that have been identified as central to the future success of the Energy Union. The synthesis and evaluation work in this project make a major contribution to the research and innovation pillar of the Energy Union. Moving far beyond much conventional sustainable energy consumption research, the ground-breaking conceptual framework for the ENERGISE project connects individual-level, organisational and institutional and societal influences on energy practices in households, by explicitly recognising the relationship between routines (e.g. daily habits around heating and electricity use) and ruptures (e.g. accidental and deliberate energy blackouts) as well as examining policy options for changing the quality and quantity of energy use through individual-level and community-based interventions and connections with wider energy cultures that vary both within and between countries. Finally, the development and application of innovative intervention- and assessment toolkits across 8 participating countries contributes to the crucial advancement of the Energy Union Action Plan.

    Application Documents:

    Motivation letter; Curriculum Vitae and Publication list; Copy of university degree certificates and transcripts of marks awarded; Contact information for two professional references.

    The application documents should be sent by e-mail to Dr Marlyne Sahakian (marlyne.sahakian@unil.ch), project coordinator and lead for work package 5.

  • 15 Sep 2016 8:19 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Position: Assistant Professor in Environmental Engineering or Structural Engineering

    Institution: University of Colorado at Denver

    Location: Denver, Colorado, USA

    Description:

    The Department of Civil Engineering in the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado Denver invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the area of either Environmental Engineering or Structural Engineering. The preferred start date is August 2017.

    Reporting to the Chair of the Civil Engineering Department, this position is expected to develop and teach lecture and laboratory courses at all levels, establish and maintain an active, externally funded research program; conduct high quality research involving graduate students, leading to sponsored research and refereed publications; advise students; and contribute to Department, College, and University governance and to the profession.

    Required Qualifications:

    • Ph.D. in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, or a closely related field
    • Technical competencies and commitment related to the teaching of fundamental as well as advanced courses
    • Ability and commitment to pursue and establish externally funded research programs

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Ability to work effectively with a wide and culturally diverse range of students and faculty
    • Effective communication and interpersonal skills
    • Team oriented, interested and committed to strengthening existing programs

    With respect to the candidate’s expertise:

    For Structural Engineering: the candidate’s expertise will strengthen and complement the current Structural Engineering program in bridge engineering, sustainable structural systems, and the performance evaluation of constructed facilities. Examples include advanced numerical modeling, data science, experimental techniques, resilient infrastructure, next generation structural materials and applications, non-destructive evaluation, and extreme events such as structural fire. Preference will be given to those who can conduct interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary research activities, based on a dynamic technical background.

    For Environmental Engineering: the candidate’s expertise will strengthen and complement the current Environmental and Sustainability Engineering program in energy engineering & analysis, systems analysis & life cycle assessment, climate & environmental decision-making. Any aspect of environment, energy and/or sustainability will be considered: Examples include (but not limited to) water-waste water treatment, air pollution control, waste-to-energy, geoenvironmental engineering, emerging contaminants, global sustainability, industrial ecology, renewable energy, systems & life cycle thinking applied to water-food-energy nexus, and health & environmental implications of emerging technologies. Expertise in integrating sustainability concepts in engineering design and analysis is desirable. Preference will be given to interdisciplinary research with clear impacts on societal challenges.

    Applications are accepted electronically at www.cu.edu/cu-careers (refer to job posting #06539)

    When applying, applicants must include:

    1) A letter of application which specifically addresses the job requirements and outlines qualifications

    2) A current CV/resume

    3) The names, addresses, daytime telephone numbers and e-mail addresses for three professional references

    4) Statement of teaching philosophy

    5) Statement of research plan

    6) Two representative publications

    Questions should be directed to the Search Committee Chairs: Dr. Arun Karunanithi (arunprakash.karunanithi@ucdenver.edu; 303-556-2370) for Environmental Engineering and Dr. Jimmy Kim (jimmy.kim@ucdenver.edu; 303-352-3653) for Structural Engineering

    Screening of applications will begin on September 15, 2016, and will continue until the position is filled. Priority will be given to applications received before December 1, 2016.

    Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. The University of Colorado offers a full benefits package. Information on University benefits programs, including eligibility, is located at https://www.cu.edu/employee-services.

    More information about the University is available through the website.

  • 13 Sep 2016 7:29 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Position: PhD Opportunity - Prospective Analysis of Sustainable Metal Cycles

    Institution: University of Freiburg

    Location: Freiburg, Germany

    Deadline: September 30, 2016

    Description:

    Metals are vital to modern society. At the same time, metal production contributes to resource depletion, environmental degradation in mining countries, and climate change. A wide spectrum of technologies and strategies to decouple the services provided by materials from the negative impacts of their production exists. It includes: recycling, alternative production technologies, use of biomass and renewable energy, material efficiency, and material sufficiency. To quantify the potential and side-effects of the different decoupling and mitigation strategies for metal cycles prospective assessment models are needed. The trend in material cycle modelling goes towards economic-engineering models of coupled metal cycles to assess a wide spectrum of material efficiency and substitution strategies. Moreover, scenarios for metal cycles need to be linked to global macro-scenarios to make the former more relevant and the latter more consistent.

    The task for the PhD project is to extend state-of-the-art material cycle modelling approaches by:

    • including the cost layer
    • introducing coupling with other material cycles
    • better linking material cycles with end-use sectors (buildings, transportation devices, and products)
    • integrating material cycle models into general macroeconomic scenario modeling, including integrated assessment modeling

    Further information about the position can be obtained from Stefan Pauliuk, stefan.pauliuk@indecol.uni-freiburg.de.

    Methods that will be used:

    The main modeling task is to integrate material flow cost accounting into integrated assessment models. The GCAM integrated assessment model shall be used to generate the background scenarios. The resulting foreground material cycle modeling tool should be a general open source toolbox for studying coupled metal cycles from the different sustainability perspectives.

    Collaboration partners:

    The candidate gets access to an international network of leading experts on the prospective assessment of sustainable development strategies for materials. Funding for international conferences and for a research stay with integrated assessment modelers is available.

    Expected candidate‘s qualification:

    The successful candidate holds an MSc degree in industrial ecology, environmental or natural sciences, chemical or environmental engineering, or similar subjects with a strong quantitative environmental profile. Experience with a higher programming language (C, Python, or Matlab) is essential. The candidate needs to display genuine interest in the scientific assessment of sustainable development strategies and in the dissemination of scientific results to policy makers and the general public.
    Very good knowledge of English is required, knowledge of German is a slight advantage. The willingness to work in a team and good teamwork skills are taken for granted.

    The job opening can be found here:

    https://www.uni-freiburg.de/administration/stellenboerse?erf=y&stellenid=9957&layout=v4&set_language=en

  • 13 Sep 2016 7:25 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Position: PhD Opportunity - Modeling Sustainable Industrial Production

    Institution: University of Freiburg

    Location: Freiburg, Germany

    Deadline: October 10, 2016 

    Description:

    Industrial production is undergoing a rapid transformation. This transformation is triggered by environmental problems such as climate change and resource scarcity, changes in communication and trade patterns, and new manufacturing technologies such as 3D-printing and nanotechnology.

    Scientists and policy makers rely on models of industrial processes to build scenarios for possible sustainable futures and to estimate the impact of new technologies or regulations. These models apply production functions, often with constant elasticity of substitution between production factors, to model production processes. The production function is often chosen in an ad-hoc manner, and little is known about how accurate our current understanding of production modeling can reflect future industries. Moreover, there is an unresolved challenge regarding the choice of the production model as function of the two parameters: level of aggregation and time horizon of the model.

    The task for the PhD project is to contribute to the modelling of production functions from an engineering and econometric perspective with a focus on the following activities:

    • use 'big data' in the form of multiregional input-output tables and analyse the change of production functions over time and across regions at an intermediate level of resolution
    • develop new or scale up existing engineering models for new manufacturing technologies at a high level of resolution
    • use machine learning techniques to identify production functions that describe sustainable production at an intermediate level of resolution
    • study how aggregation (of several industries into one sector) and distant time horizons impact the accuracy and required resolution of production functions

    Further information about the position can be obtained from Stefan Pauliuk, stefan.pauliuk@indecol.uni-freiburg.de.

    Methods that will be used:

    • applying engineering models and thermodynamics to production processes currently under development
    • statistical and econometric analysis

    Collaboration partners:

    The candidate gets access to an international network of leading experts on engineering-based production models and on the prospective assessment of sustainable development strategies. The candidate shall help to establish an international collaboration on the modeling of sustainable industrial production.

    Expected candidate‘s qualification:

    The successful applicant holds an MSc degree in industrial ecology, environmental or natural sciences, chemical or environmental engineering, or economics with a strong econometric profile. Experience with a higher programming language (C, Python, or Matlab) is required. The candidate needs to display genuine interest in the scientific assessment of sustainable development strategies and in the dissemination of scientific results to policy makers and the general public.
    Very good knowledge of English is required, knowledge of German is a slight advantage. The willingness to work in a team and good teamwork skills are taken for granted.

    Teaching duty:
    Attached with the PhD position is a teaching load of 3.5 hours per semester week (SWS), and the successful candidate is expected contribute to the teaching activities of the group. Teaching usually happens in form of blocks of three weeks.

    The job opening can be found here:

    https://www.uni-freiburg.de/administration/stellenboerse?erf=y&stellenid=9967&layout=v4&set_language=en

  • 08 Sep 2016 8:26 PM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: Professor/Associate Professor in Business (Education & Research)

    Institution: University of Exeter

    Location: Cornwall Campus in SW England, UK

    Deadline: September 19, 2016

    This full-time permanent role is available as of the 1st October 2016 in the University of Exeter Business School based at our Penryn campus in Cornwall.

    We are currently recruiting for a Professor/Associate Professor who are leading authorities in their subject areas with an international reputation. Successful candidates will be able to demonstrate strong research leadership with a track record in refereed publications, successful grant funding activities and producing research with high impact.

    We are looking for a research profile that fits with the School’s Sustainability & Circular Economy research cluster and an interdisciplinary awareness that will set them apart from other candidates. Interdisciplinary research areas that are of particular interest to us are: environmental economics and accounting, natural capital accounting, circular economy, sustainable and ethical marketing, environmental and corporate governance, international development management and global supply/value chains.

    The successful candidates will be willing to be physically located near our Penryn Campus and should have a PhD in a relevant subject. At Professor level they will be a leading international authority in a relevant subject area and have a demonstrable track record of leading research with high impact. For the Associate Professor level they will be a leading authority in in a relevant subject area with an international reputation and have a demonstrable track record of conducting research with high impact.

    For more information on how to apply please visit the original job posting

  • 08 Sep 2016 8:17 PM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: Senior Lecturer in Business (Education & Research)

    Institution: University of Exeter

    Location: Cornwall Campus in SW England, UK

    Deadline: September 11, 2016

    We are seeking an individual with an excellent research track record and evidence of impact activities, working in one or more of the following areas: Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Marketing, or Leadership.

    We are keen to find someone who has a keen eye for innovative curricula design, and an interest in integrating the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) into an expanding portfolio of local-global business curricula, which already includes BSc Business; a career-focused business and management programme, with an ethos of ethics and sustainability.

    The successful applicant will contribute to the further and ongoing development of Business School research on the Cornwall campus, ideally a research profile that fits with the Schools Sustainability & Circular Economy research cluster and an interdisciplinary awareness that will set them apart from other candidates.

    Applicants should be willing to be physically located near our Penryn Campus, Cornwall and should have a PhD in a relevant subject or equivalent. We are particularly interested in applicants with a demonstrable track record of participating in research with high impact.

    For more information on how to apply please visit the original job posting

  • 08 Sep 2016 8:08 PM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: Assistant Professor in Urban Environmental Resource Management (Solid Waste)

    Institution: Nanyang Technological University - School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

    Location: Singapore

    Deadline: November 30, 2016

    Candidates must have a PhD in Civil / Environmental / Mechanical / Chemical Engineering, Industrial Engineering/Technology, Environmental Biotechnology, or related fields, and a promising record of excellence in research as evidenced by strong publication in top tier international journals and research impacts. Expertise in one or more of the following specialized areas is highly desirable:

    • Waste to energy
    • Waste to high-value materials
    • Hazardous waste treatment
    • Electronic waste management
    • Urban mining
    • Clean technologies for environmental resource management
    • LCA for sustainable management of environmental resources

    New areas that address emerging environmental challenges of urbanization and cities of the future in advanced economy

    Experiences in supervision of PhD students and teaching undergraduate and graduate courses (e.g., environmental engineering, environmental management, solid waste management, hazardous waste management, environmental biotechnology, environmental chemistry, site remediation, industrial ecology, industrial technology, clean technology, life cycle assessment, resource management, environmental impact assessment, etc.) are desired but not absolutely required. Work experiences in environmental industry and environmental agencies will be an added advantage.

    Application Procedure

    To apply, please refer to the Guidelines for submitting an Application for Faculty Appointment and send your application package [consisting of cover letter, curriculum vitae, personal particulars form, a statement of current and future research interest, teaching statement, effectiveness of teaching (if any), selected publications, and the names of 3 referees] by 30 November 2016 to:

    The Search Committee Chair, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

    NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

    Blk N1, Level 1, Rm N1-01a-16

    50 Nanyang Avenue

    Singapore 639798

    Email: ceehr@ntu.edu.sg

    Applications sent via email should include the reference "Application for Assistant Professor in Urban Environmental Resource Management (Solid Waste)" in the subject line. Enquiries about the position can be addressed to the above email.

    Review of the applications will begin on 1 December 2016 and continue until the position is filled. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

    Please click here for the original job posting with further details


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