Please feel free to circulate this to anyone that may be interested in this permanent environmental social scientist position in Auckland (or Hamilton or Lincoln by negotiation) based position.
An advert has gone out today for a new Environmental Social Scientist to join Landcare Research, please circulate this link https://careers.sciencenewzealand.org/jobdetails/ajid/7Ci18/19751-Researcher-Environmental-Social-Science,19751.html
The successful candidate will:
•Be a social scientist whose research emphasises the co-production of environmental knowledge across organisations, networks, and disciplines to support sustainable land management in New Zealand
•Have a relevant PhD plus 2-5 yrs. additional related experience*
•Collaborate well in dispersed team environments and can be self-reliant
•Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with people at all levels
•Provide support and build capacity to science staff working in relevant inter- and trans-disciplinary research, for solving "wicked problems"
•Have an understanding of and experience in social licence to operate with end-users and stakeholders
•Have experience in writing funding and/or research proposals and preparing budgets
•Be able to use a mix of quantitative and qualitative skills
•Appreciate and understand tikanga Māori
ALISON GREENAWAY| SENIOR RESEARCHER (SOCIAL SCIENCE)
LANDCARE RESEARCH MANAAKI WHENUA
DDI: +64 9 574 4133| M: +64 27 447 7227
Please see the message below from the conference organising committee:
The DRAFT AGRIFOOD XXIII program is now available via the conference homepage under program (http://www.adelaide.edu.au/global-food/agrifood/) or directly from the following link: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/global-food/agrifood/program/AGRIFOOD_XXIII_Program_draft.pdf
Corrina and Carolyn
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