HIRING 12 POSITIONS (PROJECT COORDINATOR, POSTDOCS, RESEARCH ASSISTANTS, Ph.D. SCHOLARSHIPS) IN URBAN ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
Based at the Singapore-ETH Centre (SEC), National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU)
We are beginning a multi-million dollar project to quantify the economic, social, and cultural value of Singapore’s Natural Capital to inform future policy and urban development. This will be achieved by:
- Quantifying the current status of Singapore’s terrestrial and coastal-marine ecosystems
- Quantifying the value of Singapore’s terrestrial and coastal/marine ecosystems to Society
- Assessing trade-offs between urban development (urban assets) and natural capital (natural assets)
- Assessing future policy and development opportunities that integrate natural capital
More information on all positions can be found at www.themangrovelab.com/natural-capital. The deadline for submission for all positions is the 31st October 2017. All positions will be interviewed over skype. All positions are available from Jan 2018 or shortly thereafter. For further information on the project contact the Lead PIs Dr. Dan Friess (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Prof Adrienne Grêt-Regamey (email@example.com).
The Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) is registered in Scotland as a Company Limited by Guarantee (SC009292) and is a registered charity (9206). SAMS has two actively trading wholly owned subsidiary companies: SAMS Research Services Ltd (SC224404) and SAMS Ltd (SC306912). All Companies in the group are registered in Scotland and share a registered office at Scottish Marine Institute, Oban Argyll PA37 1QA. The content of this message may contain personal views which are not the views of SAMS unless specifically stated. Please note that all email traffic is monitored for purposes of security and spam filtering. As such individual emails may be examined in more detail.