JOB – Ass. Lecturer, Environmental Studies; U. of Wisconsin-La Crosse

university_of_wisconsin_la_crosse_sealThe Environmental Studies Program in the College of Liberal Studies at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse seeks qualified candidates for the position of Associate Lecturer. This is a full time (100%) academic year position beginning August 28, 2017.

Review of applications begins on January 20th, 2017. Continue reading

Job ─ Researcher in Residence; RCC, Munich (Germany)

302_logo_seiteThe Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society (RCC) is pleased to announce the creation of one or more Researcher in Residence positions starting at the earliest in January 2017. These positions are designed for postdocs or inter-disciplinary scholars who have a project that falls within the RCC’s research field of Environment and Society. Continue reading

JOB – Executive Director, Environmental Center

Established in 2004, the mission of the Bucknell University Environmental Center (buec) is to integrate perspectives from the natural and social sciences, humanities, and engineering to enhance student, faculty, staff, and community learning regarding complex contemporary environmental issues and the interactions between human beings and nature over time.  The buec http://www.bucknell.edu/EnvironmentalCenter.xml seeks to have national level impact by developing and implementing applied research, curricular, and outreach programs in areas such as watershed studies, sustainability studies, and community-based cultural studies, among others.  In addition, drawing upon Bucknell’s historic strengths in liberal arts eduction, buec’s support of innovative curricular programs looks to provide a national model for interdisciplinary undergraduate environmental studies across multiple departments and programs.

The Executive Director is responsible for overall leadership and management of the BUEC, its staff, and its programs.

Minimum Qualifications:
* Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree in an academic or professional discipline relevant to the Center’s thematic foci and programming.
* Evidence of substantive professional accomplishment, including scholarship, teaching, and mentoring.
* Evidence of fundraising accomplishments and overall programmatic and budgetary responsibility at a substantive and diverse level.
* Ability to represent effectively the Center and the University with a broad range of internal and external groups and organizations in furthering the mission and goals of the Center and the University’s instructional programs.
* Evidence of professional engagement in environmental studies from an interdisciplinary standpoint, including approaches in either arts, engineering, humanities, natural sciences or social sciences.
* Excellent oral and written communication skills.

Interested applicants should apply on Bucknell University’s online recruiting Web site ( http://www.bucknell.edu/x19450.xml ) and select “Jobs at Bucknell” for details. Review of applications will begin November 1, 2011, and will continue until the position is filled.

Bucknell encourages applications from women and minority groups (EEO/AA).

JOB – Reader/Chair in Environmental Justice & International Development

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  • Reader: £45,336 to £52,556 per annum
  • Chair: A competitive salary package is available for an outstanding candidate
  • Closing date: 12 noon on June 1st, 2011.

University of East Anglia (UEA) is recruiting a senior post as part of its strategic and expansion plans to strengthen its research portfolio and build on its teaching, enterprise and engagement activities.  Although the School of International Development (DEV) invites applications from people of any specialization in development studies, we in the Global Environmental Justice Group hope to attract someone whose expertise can contribute to our rapidly expanding  research (e.g., a special issue in preparation for Development and Change). We are an interdisciplinary initiative that examines the linkages between social justice and environmental change with a particular interest in the global dimensions of (in)justice. We study existing injustices in different areas of contemporary environmental management, through looking at issues of access, property, values, knowledge, governance and social norms. We are also actively involved in envisioning new forms of environmental governance and social mobilization that enhance disadvantaged people’s access to natural resources, participation in decision-making and social recognition. Our interest in identifying global connections and dynamics combines with explicit attention to the specificity of local socio-environmental struggles.

UEA is one of the leading centres of development research, teaching and professional activity in the UK and internationally. The diversity of the School’s research may be seen on our website, represented in three broad categories: environment and development, economic development, and the social and political analysis of development.

You must have a PhD or equivalent level of qualification, in a relevant
discipline or subject area and be able to satisfy all the essential criteria detailed in the person specification for the relevant post. The post is available on a full-time basis from 1 September 2011 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Further particulars and an application form are available on our website: www.uea.ac.uk/hr/jobs/ or Tel. 01603 593493.