A 3 year post-doctoral position is available for an ambitious candidate that has a passion for the assessment of social and ecological values in the context of urban green governance. This is a full time position based at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Alnarp, Sweden and done as part to the VIVA-PLAN research project.
The successful candidate will be responsible for tasks, among others: 1) the assessment of ecological values for in-between spaces; 2) the application of public participation GIS tools for identifying the different types of social values assigned to in-between spaces by residents in each area; and 3) support the creation of a comprehensive report that presents key methods, results and policy implications. The post-doc will receive strong support and mentoring from the Co-PI of the VIVA-PLAN project team – prof. Chris Raymond (HU), dr. Natalie Gulsrud (CU) and dr. Romina Rodela (SH).
Applications close on the 7th December. The full call with all details can be found here: https://www.slu.se/en/about-slu/jobs-vacancies/
As part of the Tenure Track Programme of the German Federal Government and the Federal States (Tenure Track Programme), the International Institute Zittau at Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, invites applications for the Chair (W2) of Business Management, esp. Corporate Biodiversity Management (with tenure track to W3) with a six year contract, to be filled at 1st April 2019. Closing date for the application is 3 December 2018. More information in English language available here: https://tu-dresden.de/vacancy/6427
The position (full time 100%, i.e. 39,8 hours per week; part-time is possible on request) starts as soon as possible and is limited to three years. The salary is in accordance with the German public service 13 TV-L.
The inter- and transdisciplinary project RUINS (Risk, Uncertainty and Insurance under Climate Change. Coastal Land Management on the German North Sea) studies both risk and Knightian uncertainty of climate change impacts and adaptation options for the case of coastal land management on the German North Sea, where people benefit from a suite of ecosystem services which are subject to climate change and to alternative land management options. We combine economics with landscape ecology through modelling, and we include local stakeholders in the process of analysis and conclusion.
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