Job Postings and Research Opportunities

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  • 30 Jun 2014 1:41 PM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)

    Title:  Life Cycle Analyst,

    Institution:  Quantis 

    Location:  Paris, France 

    http://www.quantis-intl.com/fr/carrieres.php

    Deadline:

    Quantis is actively seeking an experienced Life Cycle Analyst (>1 year in an LCA role) to join our dynamic team based in Paris. Fluency in French is mandatory and a good level of English is required.

    Interested? Please follow the link to get all the details!




  • 30 Jun 2014 12:18 PM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)

    Title:   Professor in Life Cycle Assessment and ecoinnovation

    Institution:  Université du Québec à Montréal 

    http://www.rhu.uqam.ca/AffichageProfs/23806732.pdf

    Location:  Montreal, Quebec, Canada

    Deadline:July 15, 2014

    The Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)'s Department of Strategy and Social and Environmental Responsibility (ESG-UQAM, Montreal, Canada) is seeking a highly motivated and qualified candidate with a strong interest in the field of social LCA and socio-economic aspects of LCA for the position of Professor in Life Cycle Assessment and ecoinnovation. Knowledge of French is essential.

    The deadline for application is July 31, 2014. Start date: December 1, 2014.


  • 25 Jun 2014 2:43 PM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)
    Title:  Assistant Professor, Urban metabolism
    Institution:  Chalmers University of Technology   http://www.chalmers.se/en/about-chalmers/vacancies/Pages/default.aspx
    Location:  Gothenburg, Sweden
    Deadline:   August 5, 2014

    The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering works with every aspect of construction in the community – houses to live in, roads to travel on, and water to drink – from planning to maintenance, taking into account the environment, energy and economics.
    Analysis and problem-solving focus on the ways in which technology, humans and nature interact in society.

    The Department has around 130 employees, divided between six research divisions and an administrative team, and is based at the Johanneberg Campus.

    When it comes to research and education, our Department is at the forefront, and through our work, we contribute to a sustainable built environment.

    Information about the department and division
    The Division of Water Environment Technology (WET) is a part of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Chalmers University of Technology. WET brings together scientists with expertise in process engineering, hydraulics, environment, and sustainability. At WET, we perform research in a number of research fields, including drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater engineering, contaminated areas, and urban metabolism. More information about WET can be found at https://www.chalmers.se/cee/EN/divisions/wet. The successful candidate will become a member of the urban metabolism research group at the Division of Water Environment Technology and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

    Major responsibilities
    The primary duty of the successful candidate is to perform research together with the members of the urban metabolism research group. The position also includes teaching both at the undergraduate and Master's levels, as well as supervising PhD students. Another important aspect involves both national and international cooperation with academia, industry and society at large.

    The research will be performed within several work packages of the EU Climate KIC “Smart Sustainable Districts” Flagship. The overall aim of the Flagship is to co-develop and demonstrate how new thinking, coupled with effective tools, technologies and policies, can lead to factor 4 improvement in city district performance across a range of sustainability measures.

    The objectives of the work packages, for which the successful candidate will be responsible, are to:

    • study physical elements and develop tools and methods for city systems with focus on materials
    • integrate the developed tools with models on other city sectors such as energy and transport
    In particular, the candidate will be responsible to apply urban metabolism methods to provide decision support for a sustainable reduction of resource consumption at the district level through adoption of the urban material flow analysis (MFA) method to lower spatial scale resolution.


    Position summary
    This position offers full-time temporary employment for a maximum of four years. An evaluation will take place after two years. The successful candidate is expected to achieve the level of Associate professor within four years from the start of the employment.

     


  • 10 Jun 2014 3:23 PM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)
    Title:  Postdoctoral Research Chemical Engineer
    Institution:   U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) National Risk Management Research Laboratory (NRMRL) http://orise.orau.gov/epa/applicants/description.aspx?JobId=14809
    Location:  Cincinnati, Ohio
    Deadline:  July 10, 2014

    A postdoctoral research project training opportunity is available at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) National Risk Management Research Laboratory (NRMRL) in Cincinnati, Ohio. This appointment will be served with the Sustainable Technology Division (STD).

    STD’s mission is to advance the scientific understanding, development, and application of technologies to address a variety of areas related to sustainability, including systems analysis, environmental management, clean processes, green chemistry, and green engineering. This project, in collaboration with other ORD research, will lead to the development of new methods to incorporate human health impacts in life cycle assessment using EPA’s exposure, dosimetry, and toxicological sciences.

    The research participant may participate in the following activities:

    1. Conducting a critical analysis of current approaches to model situation-specific human health impacts.
    2. Researching projects related to exposure, dosimetry, and toxicology to assess data availability for LCIA method development. 
    3. Developing and applying situation-specific health impact models within a life cycle framework.
    4. Incorporating situation-specific health impact data and models in EPA’s novel life cycle database.

    The research participant will be involved in cutting-edge research that will provide enhanced knowledge on the topics of life cycle impact assessment, human health impact modeling, exposure/effects modeling, and decision support. S/he will be exposed to and interact with a large team of researchers from a variety of backgrounds across EPA and other government and non-government institutions. S/he may also have the opportunity to present research findings at conferences and will be encouraged to publish project-related findings in peer-reviewed scientific journals.

    Qualifications:

    Applicants must have received a doctoral degree in environmental science, environmental engineering, toxicology, chemical engineering, civil engineering, or similar field within five years of the starting date, or completion of all requirements for the degree should be expected prior to the starting date. A background in Life Cycle Impact Assessment (LCIA), Risk Assessment (RA), or Exposure/Effects modeling is desired.

    The program is open to all qualified individuals without regard to race, sex, religion, color, age, physical or mental disability, national origin, or status as a Vietnam era or disabled veteran. U.S. citizenship or lawful permanent resident status is preferred (but can hold an appropriate visa status, however, an H1B visa is not appropriate).

    The participant will be selected based on academic records, recommendations, research interests, compatibility of background and interests with research programs and projects at NRMRL, and the availability of funds, staff, programs, and equipment. The appointment is full time for one year and may be renewed for up to two additional years upon recommendation of EPA subject to availability of funds. The participant will receive a monthly stipend. The participant must show proof of health and medical insurance. The participant does not become an EPA employee.

    Funding may be made available to reimburse the participant's travel expenses to present the results of his/her research at scientific conferences. No funding will be made available to cover travel costs for pre-appointment visits, relocation costs, tuition and fees, or a participant's health insurance.

    Technical Questions:

    The contact person for this project is Dr. David Meyer (meyer.david@epa.gov).

    How to Apply:

    An application can be found at http://orise.orau.gov/epa/applicants/application.htm. Please reference Project # EPA-ORD/NRMRL-STD-2014-01 calling or writing for information.
  • 30 May 2014 9:52 AM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)
    Title:  Ph.D. project on "Operational modelling of the nitrogen balance of oil palm plantations to reduce uncertainty in Life Cycle Assessment. Case study in Sumatra, Indonesia"
    Institution: Cirad  http://www.cirad.fr/en
    Location:  Montpellier, France
    Deadline:  June 23, 2014


    Ph.D. 3-year contract starting in September 2014, at Cirad, Montpellier, France

    The objective of the Ph.D. project is to improve the accuracy of LCA on palm oil systems through the improvement of the modelling of field Nr-emissions. This modelling must be consistent (accounting for the whole N-balance along the whole perennial cycle), sensitive to local conditions and practices, and easily implementable. Hence, the main pursued track will be to develop an operational model, such as an agro-environmental indicator, and to analyse the propagation of its uncertainty along the LCA characterisation pathways.

    Applicants should possess a university degree at MSc level in Agricultural or Environmental Sciences with an interest in biophysical modelling and uncertainty analysis. Applicants should be motivated to combine biophysical modelling at ecosystem level and LCA assessment. Proficiency in English (both spoken and written) is required, as well as good communication skills (oral and in writing).

    Candidates should send a resume, motivation letter and references in English (per E-mail with acknowledgment) to :

    Cécile BESSOU. 
    E-mail : cecile.bessou@cirad.fr
    Phone: +33 4 67 61 44 87
    Cirad UR34 Performance of perennial cropping systems
    F-34398 Montpellier CEDEX 5

    Cc : Benoît GABRIELLE
    E-mail: Benoit.Gabrielle@agroparistech.fr  
    Phone: +33 1 30 81 55 51
    UMR INRA AgroParisTech Environnement et grandes cultures
    78850 Thiverval-Grignon, France

    Call closing on 23. June 2014


  • 29 May 2014 2:35 PM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)
    Title:  Postdoctoral Researcher
    Institution:  National University of Ireland   http://www.consensus.ie/
    Location:  Galway, Ireland
    Comp:  37,750 Euros per annum
    Deadline:  June 13, 2014


                                             Postdoctoral Researcher

    CONSENSUS

    Mobility milestones and biographies: Tracing the consumption of distance across the life course

    School of Political Science and Sociology/Ryan Institute

    Ref. No. NUIG 51-14

     Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for a full-time, fixed term position as a postdoctoral researcher with the School of Political Science and Sociology at the National University of Ireland, Galway.

     This position is funded by the Environmental Protection Agency Ireland and is available from 1st October 2014 until the contract end date of 30 September 2015.

     The postdoctoral researcher will join the CONSENSUS project, a seven-year collaboration between Trinity College Dublin and the National University of Ireland, Galway on consumption, environment and sustainability (www.consensus.ie). The postdoctoral researcher will play a key role in Work package 3: Transport, mobility and the consumption of distance, which is led by Dr Henrike Rau (http://www.nuigalway.ie/soc/staff/rau_henrike.html)

     
     

    Job Description:

    The successful candidate will be required to carry out primary research on the topic of transport, mobility and the consumption of distance, focusing in particular on mobility biographies. The main task will be to develop, test and administer an online survey on mobility biographies and milestones and to analyse, present and publish the resulting data. This will be complemented by some theoretical work and secondary analysis of existing documentary and qualitative evidence where appropriate. In addition, the successful candidate is expected to assist the CONSENSUS team with administrative, outreach and dissemination activities.

     Qualifications:

    The ideal candidate should have a track record in social scientific and/or interdisciplinary transport research and strong experience in survey design and quantitative data analysis is essential. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in social scientific/interdisciplinary transport research.

     The ideal candidate would have prior experience in survey design and statistical analysis of large-scale data, as evidenced by a publication record. Candidates should have excellent communication and organizational skills and a very good command of spoken and written English. Very good interpersonal skills and an ability to work very well both collaboratively and independently are also essential. The candidate should be highly motivated and passionate about social-scientific and/or interdisciplinary empirical research and should have significant experience in quantitative data analysis.

     It is also desirable that suitable candidates would have experience in some or all of the following areas: 1) knowledge of transport policy in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, 2) familiarity with key social-scientific and interdisciplinary debates linking transport and sustainability questions, 3) SPSS or similar software for the statistical analysis of survey data, 4) innovative visual presentation of quantitative transport data.

     The holder of the post will work under the direct supervision of Dr. Henrike Rau, CONSENSUS work package leader for WP3.

       

    Salary:            37,750 per annum (public sector pay policy rules pertaining to new entrants will apply). In addition to salary, a conference attendance and travel budget will be available to the successful candidate.                   

     Start date: Position is available from 1st October 2014

     

    Further information on research and working at NUI Galway is available on Research at NUI Galway

     For information on moving to Ireland please see www.euraxess.ie

     Further information about the School of Political Science and Sociology is available at http://www.nuigalway.ie/soc/

     

     To Apply: Applications to include a covering letter, CV, and the contact details of three referees should be sent, via e-mail (in word or PDF only) to Dr Henrike Rau, email: henrike.rau@nuigalway.ie

     

    Please put reference number NUIG 51-14 in subject line of e-mail application.

      Closing date for receipt of applications is 5.00 pm on Friday, 13th June 2014.

     

    National University of Ireland, Galway is an equal opportunities employer
  • 27 May 2014 4:08 PM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)
    Title:  Associate Professor in Waste Management & Resource Recovery
    Institution:  University of Southern Denmark  http://www.sdu.dk/en/Om_SDU/Institutter_centre/Ikbm_kemi_bio-_og_mijoeteknologi
    Location:  Odense, Denmark
    Deadline:  June 15, 2014

    Associate Professor in Waste Management & Resource Recovery

    The Department of Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology and Environmental Technology, Faculty of Engineering, University of Southern Denmark invites application for an Associate Professor position within the field of Waste Management & Resource Recovery. The position is available starting August 15th, 2014 or later.

    The Life Cycle group
    The successful applicant will join our international Life Cycle research group. The group is acknowledged for its unique research in Life Cycle Engineering and systems integration, applying a holistic understanding and global view on the sustainable development, optimization and integration of key sectors such as agriculture, energy, industry and waste management under present and future framework conditions. The group was founded seven years ago and has been steadily growing. Today we count ten researchers from six countries and are about to expand again with a round of five new employments. We are engaged in a large number of strategic research projects within five core areas: Carbon management & bioresources; Waste & resource management; Energy system analysis & design; Product assessment & design; Water & cleantech in industry. Our research is mainly externally funded by a large variety of sources from EU projects, national strategic research projects, sector research projects (e.g. the Danish EPA and Energy Agency) to private company projects and NGO projects.

    Our education & teaching portfolio covers a broad range of technology and science courses related to these research areas. We are running our university’s Master program in Environmental Engineering and are strongly involved in both the Bachelor and Master programs on Energy Technology and on Integrated Design and Product Design and Innovation.

    The Associate Professor in Waste Management & Resource Recovery
    The research topic is system engineering and system analysis for waste management systems focusing on advanced technologies for waste separation and resource recovery. We have a large focus and project portfolio on electric and electronic waste products aiming at enhanced material recovery from this waste fraction including metals and rare earth elements. Further, in our research portfolio as well as our education, we aim to translate our understanding of end-of-life systems into guidelines for new product design.

    The associate professor is expected to:
    • engage in and perform research of high international standard,
    • contribute to the further development of the waste management & resource recovery research within the Life Cycle Group of the Department,
    • play an active role in securing external research funding,
    • publish in peer-reviewed academic journals as well as engage in other forms and levels of research dissemination,
    • participate in the teaching and administrative work of the department, including the development of new courses related to waste management & resource recovery and/or other topics,
    • supervise or assist in the supervision of B.Sc., M.Sc. and PhD students as required.

    The associate professor is, from the beginning of the employment, expected to be affiliated to the large portfolio of existing research projects on waste management & resource recovery in the group, including:


    • INNOSORT: A large innovation consortium on waste sorting, our focus in the project being on end-of-life scenarios for electric and electronic products, including alternative automated sorting and dismantling operations and subsequent component and material recognition and sorting/separation, see more at http://innosort.teknologisk.dk/
    • AUTOSORT: a PhD project on central automated sorting including sensor based sorting with a focus on household waste and on comparisons between source separation and central separation, see more at http://www.3r.env.dtu.dk/index.php?option=com_comprofiler&task=userProfile&user=123&Itemid=26
    • TOPWASTE: A large research consortium on optimizing household waste management systems in the framework of future renewable energy systems, with a special focus on bio-waste management, see more at www.topwaste.dk
    • Resource Criticality: a PhD project on critical resources assessment and recovery (within TOPWASTE), with the objective to develop advances in methodological approaches to assessing resource criticality and focusing on the rare earth elements of Neodymium and Dysprosium, see more at http://www.3r.env.dtu.dk/index.php?option=com_comprofiler&task=userProfile&user=125&Itemid=26
    • REEgain: A large innovation consortium on innovative design and reuse of permanent magnets and on the recovery of their content of rare earth elements, see more at www.reegain.dk/
    • ReThink Resources: An innovation program on resource savings and recovery from improved product design focusing on the design for end-of-life performance of a variety of selected case product together with case companies. No homepage yet.
    • Resource Recovery from Waste - Case Study on Shredder Residues: a PhD project about to finalize – focusing on the recovery f resources from present as well as historical landfilled shredder residues by size fractionation and advances in recovery techniques, see more at http://www.3r.env.dtu.dk/index.php?option=com_comprofiler&task=userProfile&user=102&Itemid=26

    All PhD projects within the field of waste management & resource recovery are affiliated to the PhD school called 3R – Residual Resources Research Graduate School within which we are also member of the board, see http://www.3r.env.dtu.dk/

    The group has, moreover, several activities seeking further funding in the research field of waste management and resource recovery, and the associate professor is expected to take a leading role in the anchoring of these in the group. This rapidly growing field of research has promising future perspectives in both research and innovation, and our collaboration network covers internal collaboration with the Faculty’s strong research group on sensing and robotics (http://caro.sdu.dk), leading technology service institutions on waste management (www.DTI.dk), as well as many private waste management companies.

    Qualifications and skills
    Successful applicants must hold a PhD-degree in technical or natural science or be able to document similar qualifications, and preferably have a documented engineering background or similar. The ideal candidate has strong knowledge on waste and waste management, preferably on technological systems for sorting and separation of waste, like in mechanical-biological treatment systems (MBT) including sensor based sorting and other mechanical-physical operations. Knowledge on Material Flow Analysis (MFA) and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is considered an advantage, but not a precondition. Experience in project management as well as good communication skills are also core competencies.

    In addition, the successful applicant is expected to have an international profile and a well documented record of research in the area of waste management.
    Fluency in English is required for this position, and capabilities to communicate in Danish are an advantage, but not a precondition.

    For more information please contact Professor Henrik Wenzel, henrik.wenzel@kbm.sdu.dk

    Application, salary and conditions of employment, etc. Applications will be assessed by an expert committee. Applicants will be informed of their assessment by the Faculty. As part of the overall assessment of the applicant’s qualifications, an interview may be applied.

    The successful applicant will be employed in accordance with the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations) Cirkulære om overenskomst for Akademikere i staten 2013

    Applications must be submitted online using the link below. Attached files must be in Adobe PDF or Word format. The Faculty expects applicants to read the information “How to apply” before applying.

    Each box can only contain a single file of max. 10 Mb.

    An application must include:
    • Curriculum Vitae
    • Diplomas/Certificates (Master's degree certificate and the latest certificate)
    • Teaching portfolio (please see below)
    • List of publications indicating the publications attached
    • Examples of the most relevant publications. Please attach one pdf-file for each publication, a possible co-author statement must be part of this pdf-file
    • Co-author statements

    Applicants for an associate professorship at the Faculty of Engineering are requested to submit a teaching portfolio with the application as documentation for teaching experience as well as supervision qualifications.

    The University encourages all interested persons to apply, regardless of age, gender, religious affiliation or ethnic background.
    Campus:
    Odense
    Application deadline:
    15/06/2014
    See the position on-line at:
    http://www.sdu.dk/en/servicenavigation/right/ledige_stillinger



  • 27 May 2014 3:52 PM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)
    Title:  Associate Professor in Energy System Analysis & Design
    Institution:  The University of Southern Denmark  http://www.sdu.dk/en/Om_SDU/Institutter_centre/Ikbm_kemi_bio-_og_mijoeteknologi
    Location: Odense, Denmark
    Deadline:  June 15, 2014

    The Department of Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology and Environmental Technology, Faculty of Engineering, University of Southern Denmark invites application for an Associate Professor position within the energy system analysis & design field. The position is available starting September 1st, 2014 or later.

    The Life Cycle group

    The successful applicant will join our international Life Cycle research group. The group is acknowledged for its unique research in Life Cycle Engineering and systems integration, applying a holistic understanding and global view on the sustainable development, optimization and integration of key sectors such as agriculture, energy, industry and waste management under present and future framework conditions. The group was founded seven years ago and has been steadily growing. Today we count ten researchers from six countries and are about to expand again with a round of six new employments. We are engaged in a large number of strategic research projects within five core areas: Carbon management & Bioresources; Waste & resource management; Energy system analysis & design; Product assessment & design; Water & Cleantech in industry. Our research is mainly externally funded by a large variety of sources from EU projects, national strategic research projects, sector research projects (e.g. the Danish EPA and Energy Agency) to private company projects and NGO projects.

    Our education & teaching portfolio covers a broad range of technology and science courses related to these research areas. We are running our university’s Master program in Environmental Engineering and are strongly involved in both the Bachelor and Master programs on Energy Technology and on Integrated Design.

    See further description of the Life Cycle group at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology and Environmental Technology here www.sdu.dk/en/Om_SDU/Institutter_centre/Ikbm_kemi_bio-_og_mijoeteknologi

    The Associate Professor in Energy System Analysis & Design

    The associate professor is expected to:
     • engage in and perform research of high international standard,
     • contribute to the further development of the energy system analysis & design research within the Life Cycle Group of the Department,
     • play an active role in securing external research funding,
     • publish in peer-reviewed academic journals as well as engage in other forms and levels of research dissemination,
     • participate in the teaching and administrative work of the department, especially on the new bachelor and master programs on energy technology, including the further development of existing and new courses related to energy system analysis & design and/or renewable energy systems and technologies
     • supervise or assist in the supervision of B.Sc., M.Sc. and PhD students as required.

    The associate professor is, from the beginning of the employment, expected to be affiliated to the following projects in our ongoing research activities:
     • Energy plan Funen: Research into the strategic development of the energy and transport sectors in the region of Funen with a focus on local and regional initiatives to harmonize the development and energy infrastructure with future national, EU and global framework conditions, see www.energiplanfyn.dk
     • Hydrotech: Commercializing hydrogen technologies. A feasibility and system integration study for the advancement and commercialization of hydrogen technologies, see www.energiteknologi.dk
     • SYMBIO: Integration of biomass and wind power in future renewable energy systems with a focus on biogas enhancement, upgrading and CO2 recovery via hydrogen assisted anaerobic digestion, see www.biogasupgrade.dk
    • GR3: European project uncovering the potential and environmental consequences of using residual grass as a resource for key bioenergy pathways throughout Europe, see www.grassgreenresource.eu/

    The group has, further, several project proposals out seeking funding for further research into energy system analysis & design, and the associate professor is expected to take a leading role in the anchoring of these in the group.

    Qualifications and skills
    Successful applicants must hold a PhD-degree in technical or natural science or be able to document similar qualifications, and preferably have a documented engineering background. The ideal candidate has strong experience in strategic energy planning and design, energy system analysis, system integration and a good understanding of renewable energy technologies. An insight into feasibility analyses and holistic assessments is an advantage (but not a precondition) including socio-economic assessment such as cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analyses and Life Cycle Assessment.

    Experience in project management as well as good communication skills are also core competencies.

    In addition, the successful applicant is expected to have an international profile and a well documented record of research in the area of energy system analysis and design and/or renewable energy systems. Fluency in English is required for this position, and capabilities to communicate in Danish are desirable.

    For more information please contact Professor Henrik Wenzel, henrik.wenzel@kbm.sdu.dk

    Application, salary and conditions of employment, etc.

    Applications will be assessed by an expert committee. Applicants will be informed of their assessment by the Faculty.

    As part of the overall assessment of the applicant’s qualifications, an interview may be applied. The successful applicant will be employed in accordance with the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations) Cirkulære om overenskomst for Akademikere i staten 2013 Applications must be submitted online using the link below. Attached files must be in Adobe PDF or Word format. The Faculty expects applicants to read the information “How to apply” before applying. Each box can only contain a single file of max. 10 Mb. An application must include:
    •   Curriculum Vitae
    •   Diplomas/Certificates (Master's degree certificate and the latest certificate)
    •   Teaching portfolio (please see below)
    •   List of publications indicating the publications attached
    •   Examples of the most relevant publications. Please attach one pdf-file for each publication, a possible co-author statement must be part of this pdf-file
    • Co-author statements
    Applicants for an associate professorship at the Faculty of Engineering are requested to submit a teaching portfolio with the application as documentation for teaching experience as well as supervision qualifications.

    The University encourages all interested persons to apply, regardless of age, gender, religious affiliation or ethnic background.

    Campus:
    Odense
    Application deadline:
    15/06/2014
  • 27 May 2014 1:43 PM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)
    Title:  Assistant Professor
    Institution:  Universidad de los Andes, https://administracion.uniandes.edu.co/ 
    Location:  Bogota, Colombia

    Job description:

    The School of Management at Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, Colombia seeks to hire three full-time faculty members at the assistant level to strengthen its environmental and sustainable development area and make significant contributions to the group's research and teaching activities.

     Job qualifications

    Candidates should hold a PhD degree (Industrial Ecology, Ecology, Environmental studies and other related disciplines) or be near its completion within one year.

    The School welcomes applicants with specific research interests but not limited to: Management or valuation of ecosystem services, sustainable development, Industrial Ecology, environmental and landscape management and social-ecological interactions.

    Preference will be given to: a. candidates with strong publishing records in highly ranked peer review journals; b. faculty with a strong commitment to interdisciplinary research that can contribute to practice, and; c. willingness to participate in the design, delivery and assessment of courses at graduate and undergraduate level. Knowledge of Spanish is not required.

    Application procedure: Please send full updated CV, one letter of recommendation, an application letter and a copy of a representative paper or publication to: mavelez@uniandes.edu.co.

    Applications will be reviewed on a rolling process until positions are filled. We offer a basic competitive salary dependent on classification plus bonuses for publications and/or extra teaching. Grants for research and conference travel are available.

    About the School:

    Universidad de los Andes is a private university founded in 1948. It is a non-profit, non-political and non-religious institution of recognized academic excellence and leadership in Colombia and Latin America. Currently, the University has approximately 17,000 students: 75% are undergraduate and 25% are graduate students. They are enrolled in 31 undergraduate, 76 master and 18 doctoral programs distributed in nine schools.

    The School of Management (UASM) is an AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accredited School, and it’s the only School in Colombia that has achieved this distinction. Founded in 1972 it is recognized as one of the top schools in Latin America, thanks to its faculty, educational achievements, research and publications tradition, as well as the strong relations with the corporate world.

    Currently UASM has 51 full-time faculty who are appointed to the areas of Management, Finance, Strategy, Marketing and Organizations and who belong to several research groups such as: corporate governance, social entrepreneurship, business history, environmental management and women in leadership positions.

    The School has a consolidated portfolio with a diverse range of academic programs at the undergraduate and graduate level which are complemented by a series of high-quality and long-standing Executive Education programs.


  • 14 May 2014 3:58 PM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)
    Title:  Transport Team Roles
    Institution:  Knowledge Transfer Network         http://openktn.org/jobs/
    Location:  UK
    Deadline:  May 19, 2014

    KTN is hiring

    Come and work with us

    The Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), recently set up to bring all the previous knowledge transfer networks together, has a jobs portal, where all new roles are advertised.

    KTN is a new, exciting, vibrant and flexible environment to work in.  Lots of staff are home-based, but with the freedom to use the office and desk space at any of the KTN hub offices in London, Runcorn, Harwell, Horsham, and Edinburgh.

    New Roles in the Transport Team at KTN

    The Transport team is currently recruiting for knowledge transfer managers with specialisms in the

    And there's more....

    You can also find application info for Non-Exec Directors and Advisory Board Members, office managers and office administrators on the job site.

    Click here to see all roles advertised.

    Apply by 9th May (deadline extended) 19th May for the Transport Team roles.

    We look forward to welcoming you onto the team!



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