Applications are invited for the position of a Research Fellow in a 2-year project titled ‘Evaluating the Impact of Climate Change on Food Security’. The work aims to examine the impact of climate change on food production and food supply chains. The research will seek to provide policy guidance at regional, national and local levels in the Asia-Pacific.
Successful candidates will be expected to play an important role in conceptualising and implementing project objectives, and to publish widely in the content areas being explored.
Candidates should have a PhD in International Relations, Political Science, Environmental Studies, Agricultural Economics or a related field. Candidates should have demonstrable English policy/academic writing skills, quantitative research experience, and a working knowledge of food production systems. S/he also must be prepared to work in an inter-disciplinary environment and conduct research across different sectors.
Interested applicants should submit a full CV with 2 published articles or writing samples, a cover letter specifying how his/her qualifications match the job description, and the Application for Employment Form (click here to download the form) to the Head of Administration.
Head of Administration
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
Nanyang Technological University
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