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Research assistant to join two Öland projects (temporary employment)

We seek a research assistant for two EU projects, ALFA Wetlands and BridgingVALUES, focusing on Öland. These projects aim to understand and manage the synergies between climate adaptation, agricultural production, and biodiversity conservation. You will collect data, analyse media discourse, engage with stakeholders, and assist with administrative tasks. Fluency in Swedish and English is required.

Read the full job description here in Swedish and apply by 16 June 2024 >>

Research assistant LANDPATHS project (temporary employment)

Join the LANDPATHS project, a collaborative research initiative led by Uppsala University aimed at promoting multifunctional landscapes rich in biodiversity. As a research assistant, you'll support Centre researcher Tim Daw in managing and implementing citizens' assemblies in Voxnadalen (Alfta) and Nämdö archipelago (Värmdö municipality). These assemblies will involve local citizens in deliberating future landscape management. This role requires good knowledge of Swedish, both oral and written.

Read the full job description here in Swedish and apply by 9 June 2024 >>

Research assistant RECONNECT project (temporary employment)

Join the RECONNECT project, exploring connections between biodiversity conservation and contemporary landscapes. We seek a research assistant to collect and process empirical data through interviews, document analysis, and surveys. You'll collaborate with project participants, support partnerships with Cape Town universities, and contribute to workshops and reports.

Read the full job description and apply by 3 June 2024 >>

Expressions of interest: Postdoctoral position

We invite expressions of interest for a postdoctoral position within the ERC project INFLUX. This project focuses on the cascading dynamics of emerging pests and pathogens, including infectious diseases and agricultural pests. Interested applicants should contact Peter Søgaard Jørgensen, to discuss potential research focuses. The formal advertisement will follow upon identifying suitable candidates.

Find more details about the preliminary position here >> Pdf, 43.2 kB.

Director of the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences invites applications for the position of Director of the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics, an international research institute for global sustainability. The Director will be employed as Professor at the Academy.

Find more information here and apply by 30 June 2024 »

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We announce PhD positions four times per year. For 2024 the periods are:

15 January - 4 February
2 – 23 April (approximate days)
19 August - 8 September
15 October - 5 November (approximate days)

Please note that if no announcement is made, no positions are made available for the specific period.

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