The first Hoffmann Fellow position for the Luc Hoffmann Institute is now open for applications. The Luc Hoffman Institute is focused on bringing research and synthesis together across disciplines, geographies and institutional cultures, accelerating that work so that it is completed at the speed at which policy decisions are made, and focusing that work on the problems that stand in the way of conservation and sustainability progress.
This is a 2 year position based in Gland, Switzerland and the incumbent will support collaborative research programs in three continents (North America, South America, and the Pacific Islands), and build collaborative research and synthesis relationships with cutting edge research centers in Asia, Africa, Europe (including the UK), and North America. For a description of the main responisbilities and person specifications download the job announcement.
Deadline for applications: 24th February 2013
For more information on the research associated with this position, visit http://tewksburylab.org/?p=1345
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