[ES_JOBS_NET] CTFSNET: Job Opportunity: ForestGEO Asia Program Coordinator
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Thu Jun 30 11:39:19 MDT 2016
*From:* "Powell, Kristin I." <PowellK at si.edu>
*Date:* 29 de junio de 2016, 11:35:20 GMT-5
*To:* <CTFSNET at SI-LISTSERV.SI.EDU <CTFSNET at si-listserv.si.edu>>
*Subject:* *CTFSNET: Job Opportunity: ForestGEO Asia Program Coordinator*
*Reply-To:* "Center for Trop. Forest Science Network" <
CTFSNET at SI-LISTSERV.SI.EDU <CTFSNET at si-listserv.si.edu>>
*Smithsonian - Nanyang Technological University Program Coordinator *
ForestGEO <http://www.forestgeo.si.edu/> and the Asian School of the
Environment <http://www.ase.ntu.edu.sg/> invite applications for the
position of Program Coordinator for the ForestGEO Asia Program.
The position will oversee and coordinate ForestGEO activities in Asia,
implement and guide future research directions, foster collaboration that
encourages broad use of the regional network, conduct independent research
related to the ecology of Asian forests, lead training and capacity
strengthening activities for students and researchers associated with ASE
and ForestGEO sites, seek external funding, and promote ForestGEO and ASE
to diverse audiences.
The successful candidate will have a PhD in ecology or related field
(including but not limited to population and community ecology,
physiological ecology, ecosystem science, global change biology, and plant
systematics and evolution), at least 5 years experience working on the
forests of tropical Asia, and experience with data management and
Young and research-intensive, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore
(NTU) is ranked 13th globally. It is also placed 1st amongst the world’s
best young universities. In 2015 the newly established Asian School of the
Environment (ASE) at NTU embarked on a long-term partnership with the
Forest Global Earth Observatory Network of the Smithsonian Institution
(ForestGEO) to capitalize on the strengths and dynamism of both
institutions. Together, NTU and ForestGEO will collaborate on research,
training and capacity development in forest science, and create a
cosmopolitan hub for forest ecology in Asia.
Interested candidates should submit a single PDF containing a summary of
research accomplishments and interests, curriculum vitae, three significant
reprints of publications, and the names and contact information of three
referees to Ase_humanresources at ntu.edu.sg. We regret that only shortlisted
candidates will be notified. More information can be found at
www.ase.ntu.edu.sg/careers and http://www.forestgeo.si.edu/ or by
contacting Stuart Davies (daviess at si.edu).
Smithsonian is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and is
committed to diversity in its workforce for all employees, interns,
research associates, fellows, volunteers, and other individuals associated
with the Smithsonian.
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