EAT Science Director
The candidate will lead the scientific work and related activities initiated within the EAT platform (such as workshops and seminars), as well as generate opportunities for science communication and implementation in close collaboration with EAT’s policy, communications and partner teams. A key task will be to strategically lead EAT’s research by establishing an effective working structure that promotes collaborations amongst scientists and institutions within EAT’s academic partner institutions and universities, in order to identify and advance scientific frontiers within the food-sustainability-health nexus.
The researcher will be based at the Stockholm Resilience Centre at Stockholm University. Application deadline 29 January 2016. Apply here