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Postdoc in Policies for the Circular Economy

LUND UNIVERSITY

Location:Lund Language:English Type:Full-time Deadline:31.08.2020 ABOUT US Lund University was founded in 1666 and is repeatedly ranked among the world’s top 100 universities. The University has 42 000 students and 7 400 staff based in Lund, Helsingborg and Malmö. We are united in our efforts to understand, explain and improve our world and the human condition. Lund is the most popular study location in Sweden. The University offers one of the broadest ranges of programmes and courses in Scandinavia, based on cross-disciplinary and cutting-edge research. The compact university campus encourages networking and creates the conditions for scientific breakthroughs and innovations. The University has a distinct international profile, with partner universities in over 70 countries. ABOUT THE ROLE The post-doctoral candidate will work in the area of policy analysis related to the Circular Economy. The post-doctoral candidate will contribute to the development of knowledge, and policy analysis addressing policies to further Circular Economy developments, with a special focus on policies as drivers and barriers for Circular Business Models. Work duties The main duties involved in a post-doctoral posistion is to conduct research. Teaching may also be included, but up to no more than 20% of working hours. The position shall include the opportunity for three weeks of training in higher education teaching and learning. The main work duties involve: Conducting interdisciplinary research and publishing about policies for the circular economy and in particular on on policies as drivers and barriers for circular business models Cooperate with other researchers in the Mistra-Rees reseach program (mistrarees.se) Teaching in the first, second and third cycles of studies Supervising and managing research projects and master theses Disseminating research otucomes and actively seeking external research funding Collaborating with industry and wider society Performing administration work related to the duties listed above Qualification requirements Appointment to a post-doctoral position requires that the applicant has a relevant PhD, or an international degree deemed equivalent to a PhD, completed no more than three years before the last date for applications. Under special circumstances, the doctoral degree can have been completed earlier. Additional requirements: Very good oral and written proficiency in English. At least 4 peer reviewed academic publications WHAT WE OFFER This is a full-time, fixed-term employment of a maximum of 2 years. The period of employment is determined in accordance with the agreement “Avtal om tidsbegränsad anställning som postdoktor” (“Agreement on fixed-term employment as a post-doctoral fellow”) between Lund University, SACO-S, OFR/S and SEKO, dated 4 September 2008. INTERNATIONAL CANDIDATES This job is available for international candidates. https:https://www.allthingsurban.net/career/801
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LUND
2020-08-30

INTERNSHIP CALL FOR APPLICATION - EDUCATION (ED/PSD/GCP)

UNESCO

Background:—— The Section of Global Citizenship and Peace Education, within the Division for Peace and Sustainable Development, is in charge of the coordination and implementation of activities related to Global Citizenship Education (GCED) and coordinates, among others, inter-sectoral work on the Prevention of Violent Extremism. GCED is a strategic area of UNESCO’s Education Sector programme and builds on the work of Peace and Human Rights Education. It aims to empower learners to assume active roles to face and resolve global challenges and to become proactive contributors to a more peaceful, tolerant, inclusive and just world. GCED contributes to the achievement of Target 4.7 of the Goal 4 on Education of the Sustainable Development Agenda. Its learning objectives are described in UNESCO’s publication “Global Citizenship Education – Topics and Learning Objectives” (Global Citizenship Education – Topics and Learning Objectives, UNESCO, May 2015 http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0023/002329/232993e.pdf). Under the GCED umbrella, UNESCO has developed several lines of work: Preventing violent extremism through education, Education about the Holocaust and genocide, Interculturality and multilingualism in education, Human Rights Education, Education for the rule of law. As part of its role as Focal Point for the Prevention of Violent Extremism within UNESCO, the Section is also in charge of coordinating UNESCO-wide efforts in this field, including for the purpose of reporting to UNESCO’s Executive Board and to the United Nations. /OVERVIEW OF THE FUNCTIONS OF THE POST —— Under the supervision of the Chief of Section of Global Citizenship and Peace Education, and in close collaboration with the other team’s members, the incumbent will be in charge of supporting the Section’s team in the design, development, production and delivery of online capacity building workshops organized by the Section for professionals in education from around the world (in various time zones) on topics such as the prevention of violent extremism (including the fight against antisemitism and hate speech), the promotion of the rule of law and democratic participation, cultural diversity. He/she will also participate in the creation and review of online instructional materials. -This internship will more specifically involve helping the Section achieve the following: i.Design and deliver online workshops based on content prepared for face-to-face learning and that needs to be adapted to online modes of communication. ii.Design, develop and deliver online workshops and instructional material. -Long Description : The intern will undertake the following tasks: •Determine realistic learning objectives for online learning through workshops; •Structure workshop programmes to achieve the learning objectives via an online tool (define learning blocks, flow of training, balance between plenary sessions, break out groups & independent work, etc); •If necessary, configure UNESCO’s IT platform according to the workshop needs and in line with UNESCO’s IT policy (NB-UNESCO uses Microsoft Teams by default, or ZOOM); •Design, develop and produce instructional materials that are adapted and relevant for online learning. No substance matter expertise is required. Training content is provided by the Section; •Assist with the facilitation of the workshops: i.e. help facilitate the process if needed, provide technical support as needed to run IT platform, support participant’s connectivity if needed, etc. /COMPETENCIES (Core / Managerial) : Accountability (C) Communication (C) Innovation (C) Knowledge sharing and continuous improvement (C) Planning and organizing (C) Results focus (C) Teamwork (C) For detailed information, please consult the UNESCO Competency Framework. /REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS : -Education: Bachelor degree in education, social sciences, humanities or other subjects related to instructional design. -Language skills: Excellent knowledge of English is required. Some knowledge of French or Spanish would be an asset. -Specific skills for the internship: • Experience in IT fields and online workshop technologies; • Excellent spoken and written communication skills in English; • Excellent interpersonal, time management and team work skills; • Knowledge of best practices for curriculum development and competency based education and active learning -strategies; • Knowledge of learning management systems, synchronous teaching and video capture tools; • Proficient computer skills (MSWord, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) • Ability to work independently and remotely in a dynamic and fast-pace environment. -Long Description -General competencies and skills: •Strong capacity and openness to maintain effective working relations within a multi-cultural and multilingual setting and to work effectively, with initiative and drive, in a team environment; •Close attention to details and quality of work, balanced by ability to manage tight deadlines and work under pressure; •Ability to keep abreast of new developments and trends in education; •Able to be flexible and with strong professional work ethics, tact and discretion. /SUPERVISION : -Methodology of Supervision A workplan will be developed in consultation with the incumbent to outline specific tasks and deadlines related to the duties and responsiblities. The workplan will be periodically reviewed and updated in consultation with the incumbent. Outputs prepared by the incumbent will be peer-reviewed by relevant education specialist from the GCP Section with whom he/she will collaborate, in addition to overall quality assurance by the Chief of Section. Under the guidance and direct supervision of the Chief of the GCP Section, the incumbent will have the opportunity to work in a team interacting with other programme specialists in the Division, in the Education Sector and in the UNESCO network as well as with external stakeholders. -Duration: 37,5 hours per week, 3 months with possible extension to 6 months. Starting as soon as possible. A part-time arrangement is also possible. /APPLYING INSTRUCTIONS : •Please note that all candidates must complete an on-line application and provide complete and accurate information. No modifications can be made to the submitted application. •You are allowed to submit only one application. •Even if you are eligible, there is no guarantee of placement. We receive more applications from qualified candidates than we can place. •Your application will stay in our database for a period of six months. •We do not respond to each and every candidate. If selected, you will be directly contacted by the manager. If you do not receive any update within six months, it means that your application has not been successful. /COMPENSATION : UNESCO does not remunerate interns. There is no financial or any kind of compensation for internship assignments. /UNESCO applies a zero tolerance policy against all forms of harassment.—— UNESCO is committed to achieve and sustain gender parity among its staff members in all categories and at all grades. Furthermore, UNESCO is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities, as well as nationals from non-and under-represented Member States (last update here) are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the highest level of confidentiality. Worldwide mobility is required for staff members appointed to international posts. UNESCO does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process./Source:https://careers.unesco.org/job/Paris-INTERNSHIP-CALL-FOR-APPLICATION-EDUCATION-%28EDPSDGCP%29/519607602/
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Paris
2020-08-27

Data Analysis Fellowship at the US Dept. of Transportation

U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)

Reference Code: USDOT-2020-0005 /How to Apply : Connect with ORISE...on the GO! Download the new ORISE GO mobile app in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store to help you stay engaged, connected, and informed during your ORISE experience and beyond! A complete application consists of: •An application •Transcripts – Click here for detailed information about acceptable transcripts •A current resume/CV, including academic history, employment history, relevant experiences, and publication list •Two educational or professional recommendations All documents must be in English or include an official English translation. If you have questions, send an email to USDOT@orau.org. Please include the reference code for this opportunity in your email. /Application Deadline : 10/12/2020 3:00:00 PM Eastern Time Zone /Description : *Applications may be reviewed on a rolling-basis and this posting could close before the deadline. -USDOT Office/Lab and Location: A research opportunity is available at the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) located in Washington, D.C. -Research Project: Have you ever wanted to influence and improve the effectiveness of transportation data at the national level? Are you detail-oriented and committed to producing high-quality data products? Come apply your data analytic skills for the public good and join us as we lead the development of new and improved national statistical products and visualizations. We are looking for a graduate student interested in learning new skills and techniques from our data scientists who are working with aviation data. Throughout the course of this research project, you will use different cloud service solutions such as Virtual Machine, Kafka, Zookeeper, Databricks, Delta Lake, SQL Database, Data Warehouse, HDInsight, Data Factory, Azure Synapse, Glue, Hive, Kinesis stream, Lambda, Redshift, and Data Lake to: •Connect to new SWIM data streams, •Perform ETL process on XML and Parquet data formats, •Parse the FAA SWIM XML messages with Schema Validation into Spark Dataframes •Create a new Spark Dataframe for each message type and write to Delta Silver and Gold Tables in parallel. •Batch process the new aviation data into the Datalake. You will also have the opportunity to create On-time Performance estimates for Airports and Airlines and learn how to develop visualization dashboards for the real-time FAA SWIM data streams. Your project will include the use of Tableau and Python visualization libraries, Seaborn, Matplotlib, Plotly, Dash, Folium, and Magellan to visualize: •On-time Performance estimate of Airport/Airline by causes. •Weather Impact on Air System, •Real-time Flight Mapping, •Operational and Economic Impact of Delays/Diversions/Cancellations. -Learning Objectives: This fellowship provides a learning opportunity to strengthen your skills in data compilation, statistical analysis, machine learning, and data mining. You will learn techniques to collect, organize and unify aviation datasets from different sources. -Mentor(s): The mentor for this opportunity is Dr. Mehdi Hashemipour (m.hashemipour@dot.gov) If you have questions about the nature of the research please contact the mentor(s). -Anticipated Appointment Start Date: September 1, 2020. All start dates are flexible and vary depending on numerous factors. -Appointment Length: The appointment will initially be for nine months, but may be renewed upon recommendation of the USDOT contingent on the availability of funds. -Level of Participation: The appointment is full-time. -Participant Stipend: The participant will receive a monthly stipend commensurate with educational level and experience. -About BTS: Who are we? We are the U.S. Department of Transportation's Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS). BTS is an independent federal statistical agency that provides objective, comprehensive, and relevant information on the extent and use of the Nation’s transportation systems. Learn more about the work we do at www.bts.dot.gov. -ORISE Information: This program, administered by ORAU through its contract with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to manage the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE), was established through an interagency agreement between DOE and DOT. Participants do not become employees of DOT, DOE or the program administrator, and there are no employment-related benefits. Proof of health insurance is required for participation in this program. -Questions: After reading, if you have additional questions about the application process please email USDOT@orau.org and include the reference code for this opportunity. /Qualifications : -The qualified candidate should be currently pursuing or have received a master's or doctoral degree in one of the relevant fields. Degree must have been received within five years of the appointment start date. -Preferred skills: •Demonstrated experience with Python, PySpark and SQL •Experience preferred but not required on Tableau, SCALA, Dash, Folium, Databricks, ArcGIS, Git, and Power BI •Strong written and verbal communications skills •A self-starter with the ability to perform work with limited supervision and changing outcome goals •Knowledge of and interest in U.S. transportation systems •Experience presenting results in a clear, effective, and attractive manner to inform next steps •Proficiency translating high level business requirements into detailed design specifications •Ability to work across various offices and work units to obtain information, collaborate on data-related projects, and validate findings and conclusions /Eligibility Requirements : •Citizenship: U.S. Citizen Only • Degree: Master's Degree or Doctoral Degree received within the last 60 months or currently pursuing. • Discipline(s): ◦Business (2 ) ◦Communications and Graphics Design (1 ) ◦Computer Sciences (17 ) ◦Earth and Geosciences (1 ) ◦Engineering (7 ) ◦Life Health and Medical Sciences (1 ) ◦Mathematics and Statistics (11 ) ◦Physics (3 )
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2020-08-25

Urban ans Regional Planning Assistant Professor-Tenure System

Michigan State University

Location:East Lansing, Michigan, United States /Position Title: Urban ans Regional Planning Assistant Professor-Tenure System /Company Name: Michigan State University /Job Function: Tenure Track/Tenured Faculty /Job Type: Full-Time /Job Duration: Indefinite /Min Education: Ph.D. /Min Experience: 0-1 Year /Required Travel: 0-10% /Description: Michigan State University actively promotes a dynamic research and learning environment in which qualified individuals of differing perspectives and cultural backgrounds pursue academic goals with mutual respect and shared inquiry. Michigan State University’s School of Planning, Design, and Construction (SPDC) seeks a tenure system Assistant Professor for the Urban and Regional Planning Program. Qualified candidates for this tenure system position will have expertise in two or more of the following areas of research: real estate development, social equity, and environmental sustainability. Expertise in the intersection between real estate development, social equity, and environmental sustainability that promotes equitable development is desired. Candidates that employ big data and empirical approaches to the study of environmental planning and sustainable real estate development, demonstrate experience with research on resilient development practices, and understand their impacts on shrinking communities (Midwest focus) are strongly encouraged to apply. Preferred candidates will demonstrate a clear commitment to issues of diversity and inclusion in the theory and practice of sustainable development. This is a tenure system, academic (9-month) appointment. Duties will be 45% Teaching, 45% Research and 10% Service. COMPLETE POSTING IS AVAILABLE AT careers.msu.edu/ /Required Application Materials: All candidates for the position (posting # 637271) must apply online at: https://careers.msu.edu Qualified applicants should submit a) current resume/CV; b) a cover letter describing your teaching and research experience and philosophical approaches related to community development; c) a diversity and inclusion statement (a statement addressing how past and/or potential contributions to diversity and inclusion will advance MSU’s commitment to inclusive excellence); and d) names and contact information for three academic references (letters are not initially required, but these individuals will be approached for letters before the final interviews). /Special Instructions: Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2020, but candidates are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible. The appointment will commence in Spring or Fall 2021. Contact for administrative inquiries: Mary Beth Graebert, email: lakemary@msu.edu. For position-related questions, contact the search committee chair, Dr. Zenia Kotval, email: kotval@msu.edu. /Required Degree: Doctorate -Urban & Regional Planning or related field /Minimum Requirements: A degree in Urban Planning from an Accredited Planning Program is required. A Ph.D. is required. Candidates must have their Ph.D. by the date of hire. Demonstrated teaching experience and a willingness to teach across the Planning Curriculum; interest in incorporating multicultural perspectives into teaching and research; highly productive research experience; fluent written and spoken English; and excellent public speaking ability are needed. /Desired Qualifications: A Ph.D. in urban planning is desired. Consideration will be given to a Ph.D. in an allied discipline. Practical experience is desired. AICP credential preferred.
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East Lansing, Michigan, United States
2020-08-24

School of Government, Nanjing University, Faculty Recruitment

南京大学政府管理学院

The School of Government, Nanjing University, China is seeking to recruit enthusiastic professors/researchers on both Tenure-track and Research-track majoring in diverse fields such as Political Science and Public Administration across the world. Our candidates are expected to be ambitious and creative, have the vision and capability of carrying out specialized and interdisciplinary research, and can contribute to the collaborative environment of the School. 1. Faculty Positions: Professor/ Associate Professor/ Distinguished Research Fellow / Associate Research Fellow/ Assistant Research Fellow/ Post-doctoral Fellow/ 2. Research Fields: 1)Political Science: Political Theory, Comparative Politics, China’s Government and Politics, International Politics/Relations, Regional Studies, and International Law 2)Public Administration: Public Administration, Public Policy, Crisis Management, Social Security, and Public Health Management 3)Global Governance: International Relations, International Security, Foreign Affairs, and Global Governance(Joint appointment with Huazhi Institute for Global Governance, Nanjing University ) 3. Required Qualifications: The successful candidate will be expected to have the following characteristics. 1. Experienced in cooperative tasks and passionate about teaching, capable of observing rigorous professional ethics. 2. A PhD degree in Public Administration, Public Policy, Political Science, Management, or a relevant discipline obtained from the recognized universities in China and abroad. 3.High-quality academic representative works that can demonstrate original scientific research ability or academic achievements demonstrate the ability of solving significant practical issues. 4. Talents Programs, Compensation and Benefits:1. For High-Level Talents Programs, the compensation and benefits package includes competitive salary, start-up research funds, professional ranks and titles, housing allowances, and support for children's education. For specific funding programs for new employees (national, provincial, municipal, and school-level) and related policies, please refer to the High-Level Talents Programs webpage of the Human Resources Department in Nanjing University: https://hr.nju.edu.cn/gccrcxm/list.htm 2. For Professors and Associate Professors, salary and compensation packages are commensurate with qualifications. 3. For Research-Track Positions, School of Government provides a competitive compensation package, salary , performance rewards , independent on-campus apartment and sufficient research funds. 5. Application Process:1) Please email us your application package including a) a curriculum vitae in English or Chinese, b) a list of research achievements, and c) selective academic works (not limited to publications). Please indicate "Job Application" in the email subject. 2)Applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Review of the applications will continue until the positions are filled. The search committee will complete the preliminary review and notify the applicant within 10 working days after receiving application documents. Interviews will be arranged for candidates advancing to the next round. For overseas applicants, remote options will be available. 6. Contact us:Ms. Zhang /Address: School of Government, Nanjing University, 163 Xianlin Avenue, Nanjing, 210023, P.R. China /Tel: 86-25-89680757 /Email: ytzhang@nju.edu.cn
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南京
2020-08-21

EPA Disaster Waste Management Social Science Research Fellowship

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

1.Reference Code :EPA-ORD-CESER-HSMMD-2020-01 2.How to Apply : Connect with ORISE...on the GO! Download the new ORISE GO mobile app in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store to help you stay engaged, connected, and informed during your ORISE experience and beyond! 3.A complete application consists of: •An application •Transcript(s) – For this opportunity, an unofficial transcript or copy of the student academic records printed by the applicant or by academic advisors from internal institution systems may be submitted. All transcripts must be in English or include an official English translation. Click here for detailed information about acceptable transcripts. •A current resume/CV, including academic history, employment history, relevant experiences, and publication list •Two educational or professional recommendations. Click here for detailed information about recommendations. All documents must be in English or include an official English translation. 4.Application Deadline : 9/4/2020 3:00:00 PM Eastern Time Zone 5.Description : *Applications may be reviewed on a rolling-basis and this posting could close before the deadline. Click here for information about the selection process. EPA Office/Lab and Location: A research opportunity is available at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of Research and Development (ORD), Center for Environmental Solutions and Emergency Response (CESER), Homeland Security Materials Management Division (HSMMD) located in Washington, DC. Within the HSMMD, the Systems Tools and Materials Management Branch (STMMB) conducts environmental social science research on community resilience to natural and anthropogenic disasters, including homeland security incidents. It investigates how social factors affect environmental risks & environmental work during disaster preparedness, response, and recovery. “Social factors” include stakeholder relationships, culture, risk perception, economics, and power dynamics, among others. Areas of inquiry are: social considerations in disaster waste and debris, management, including understanding hazardous waste management decision contexts; measures of environmental and community resilience; risk communication with households and families about safely remediating flooded homes; and environmental cleanup processes and outcomes, including remediation, removal, and decontamination. Research products include scientific manuscripts, tools, databases, models, which are intended to advance scientific thinking and help solve environmental problems related to disasters and homeland security incidents. Research Project: This research project will address the management of disaster waste and debris. It will entail social science research and analysis of the socioeconomic, cultural, institutional, and other social factors that may affect disaster waste management decisions and outcomes. The research will analyze social scientific literature and case studies of recent disasters, environmental emergencies, and homeland security incidents. Specific topics to be investigated may include risk perception, stigma, environmental justice, and risk communication. Learning Objectives: This appointment will enhance the research participant’s ability to conduct applied social science research to help solve environmental problems. Under the guidance of the mentor, the research participant may gain experience in this area by: •Collaborating with an interdisciplinary team. •Contributing to the development and application of social theories about resilience, coupled human-natural systems, and culture through the use of social science research methods (e.g. comparative case studies, literature reviews, modeling, GIS, indicators, interviews, secondary data, data synthesis, focus groups, surveys). •Using human-centered design approaches to assess whether products are applicable to disaster decision contexts. •Communicating environmental social science to diverse audiences (e.g. through articles, reports, conference poster and presentations). •Exposure to emerging research areas at the intersection of community resilience, disasters and homeland security, and environmental aspects of disasters (e.g. waste management, indoor air quality, remediation). The research participant will have the latitude to exercise independent initiative, innovation, and judgment in her/his research. The research participant may have the opportunity to interact with EPA research partners in other federal agencies, state and local government, academia, and community stakeholders. The research participant may also have the opportunity to attend technical meetings and workshops to present research. Mentor(s): The mentor for this opportunity is Keely Maxwell (Maxwell.keely@epa.gov). If you have questions about the nature of the research please contact the mentor(s). Anticipated Appointment Start Date: October 2020. All start dates are flexible and vary depending on numerous factors. Click here for detailed information about start dates. Appointment Length: The appointment will initially be for one year and may be renewed three to four additional years upon EPA recommendation and subject to availability of funding. Level of Participation: The appointment is full-time. Participant Stipend: The participant will receive a monthly stipend commensurate with educational level and experience. A travel/training allowance will also be provided. Click here for detailed information about full-time stipends. EPA Security Clearance: Completion of a successful background investigation by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is required for an applicant to be on-boarded at EPA. ORISE Information: This program, administered by ORAU through its contract with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to manage the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE), was established through an interagency agreement between DOE and EPA. Participants do not become employees of EPA, DOE or the program administrator, and there are no employment-related benefits. Proof of health insurance is required for participation in this program. Health insurance can be obtained through ORISE. Questions: Please see the FAQ section of our website. After reading, if you have additional questions about the application process please email EPArpp@orau.org and include the reference code for this opportunity. 7.Qualifications : The qualified candidate should have received a doctoral degree in one of the relevant fields, or be currently pursuing the degree and will reach completion by October 2020. Degree must have been received within five years of the appointment start date. 8.Preferred skills: •Experience with quantitative and/or qualitative social science research methods including design, sampling, field work, data management, and data analysis •Experience working with disaster -affected populations, communities, or organizations •Experience working with a variety of stakeholders to design research, share results via oral and written communication, and/or develop applied research products based on social scientific findings 9.Eligibility Requirements : •Citizenship: U.S. Citizen Only • Degree: Doctoral Degree received within the last 60 months or anticipated to be received by 10/31/2020 11:59:00 PM. • Discipline(s): ◦Communications and Graphics Design (2 ) ◦Earth and Geosciences (1 ) ◦Environmental and Marine Sciences (1 ) ◦Life Health and Medical Sciences (2 ) ◦Social and Behavioral Sciences (31 ) • Veteran Status: Veterans Preference, degree received within the last 120 month(s). SOURCE:https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/EPA-ORD-CESER-HSMMD-2020-01
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2020-08-20

A joint post-doctoral position(Reassessing and re-envisioning stakeholder engagement and inclusivity in environmental collaboration and conflict resolution)

亚利桑那大学 等

Background Inclusiveness and accessibility are cornerstone principles for environmental collaboration and conflict resolution (ECCR) processes, science-policy dialogues, and other forms of stakeholder engagement that are traditionally based on trust-building and mutual exploration of decision-making alternatives. Adherence to these principles supports effective collaboration and conflict resolution processes, helping ensure diverse and divergent voices a seat at the table, with the goals of robust and implementable outcomes, improved data and information in the decision-making process, reduced likelihood of future challenges, and a more just, democratic process. Recent events, including the Covid-19 pandemic and social, economic, and political polarization and disruptions, require a rapid pivot to new approaches, policies, and attitudes related to coordination and communication among very diverse and divided constituencies. This shift further entails an expanding use of virtual technologies while at the same time directly and more effectively addressing questions and challenges to engagement and inclusivity have also arisen. For example: • How can ECCR processes better incorporate the range of voices that need to be at the decision-making table, including those that have traditionally lacked access? • How can the meaningful engagement of stakeholders and the public, including traditionally under-served communities, be accomplished effectively through virtual technologies and other evolving forms of engagement? • How can meaningful engagement and dialogue among diverse stakeholders be supported in an increasingly politicized and partisan environment? • How are Federal environmental policies, practices, and decision-making processes adapting to these societal changes and how is that impacting engagement and inclusion of diverse communities? When approached proactively and strategically, evolving modes of engagement, such as increased virtual interactions, can offer considerable opportunities to enhance collaborative solutions, policy impact, and societal and environmental outcomes while also increasing efficiency and group productivity and overcoming geographical differences. However, when adopted simply reactively or applied without consideration of existing inequities, these same options can degrade communication, stifle dialogue, limit inclusivity of certain populations and stakeholders, minimize meaningful engagement, and exacerbate conflict. If such modes are not carefully studied and mindfully applied, they can lead to unintended, potentially harmful consequences. It is equally important to consider other aspects of ECCR processes that contribute to equitable participation, such as funding, geography, process rules, existing decision-making structures, and relationships among the participants. Taken together, choices about evolving modes of engagement and traditional approaches to developing an ECCR process can have a powerful influence on how inclusive, just, and democratic a decision-making process will be. Position Overview The Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy of the University of Arizona and the John McCain III National Center for Environmental Conflict Resolution, a program of the Morris K. and Stewart L. Udall Foundation (Udall Foundation), seek to appoint a post-doctoral researcher at 1.0 FTE for 12 months to conduct applied research on the topic of ECCR. Such research should specifically examine the role of engagement and inclusivity within ECCR processes that involve, impact, or inform Federal agencies and issues. Areas of focus for the research/practitioner must include a link to processes and policies impacting (or involving) Federal agencies or Federally recognized Tribes. Such areas of focus may include but are not limited to: • Federal environmental processes (e.g., National Environmental Policy Act; Endangered Species Act Section 6; National Historical Preservation Act Section 106) that have undergone policy or on-the-ground changes to stakeholder engagement practices due to pandemic response and/or calls for greater accountability; • Federal environmental processes and policies that intersect with state, local, and/or nongovernmental organizations; • Federal environmental processes that provide opportunities for meaningful engagement, and result in decisions and outcomes that impact diverse stakeholders; • ECCR processes that intersect with Native Nations and Tribal governments; • Emerging and evolving collaboration and conflict resolution approaches that have been developed or influenced by the Covid-19 pandemic and social, economic, and political polarization and disruptions. Duties and Responsibilities Appropriate methodological approaches may include but are not limited to: • Assessments and assessment protocols designed to collect data, evaluate attitudes and perspectives, explore emerging and evolving collaboration and communications approaches, and/or link to ongoing initiatives; • Reviews of emerging technologies, policies, and engagement approaches, with a focus on immediate and future impacts to engagement and obstacles for inclusion of diverse stakeholder groups including marginalized communities; • Evaluations of impacts, outcomes, attitudes, and trends related to ECCR processes, including systemic approaches to engaging impacted stakeholders and communities; • Research developed in cooperation with others, such as ECCR practitioners, Native Nations, community members, and stakeholders. The researcher/practitioner will collaborate with scientists and professionals at both the Udall Center and Udall Foundation. Outputs from the appointment will include: • One or more peer-reviewed publications in the fields of alternative dispute resolution, environmental policy, collaborative governance, applied science, or related; • One or more policy white papers outlining the research findings for Federal officials, conflict resolution practitioners, and industry personnel; • Participation in a Fall 2021 symposium on contemporary environmental issues co-convened by the Udall Center and Udall Foundation, and potentially in other relevant Federal or environmental conflict resolution forums; • One or more proposals for extramural funding to continue and expand the line of research. Qualifications Doctoral degree or equivalent in conflict resolution, sociology, anthropology, geography, environmental policy, planning, or a related field. Practitioner experience or demonstrated interest and study in the ECCR field. Experience working with traditionally marginalized communities (preferred). Appointment Information The appointee should be available to begin work in January 2021. The initial appointment will be for 12 months; an extension may be possible subject to availability of funding. Starting salary for the position is $53,000 annually at 1.0 full-time equivalency (FTE), depending on experience. Relocation benefits are not included. The appointee will be a full-time exempt, benefits-eligible employee of the University of Arizona, but may conduct the work remotely with approval of Udall Center and Udall Foundation leadership. Primary supervision of the research will be provided by faculty of the Udall Center, with collaborative, secondary supervision conducted by senior program staff of the Udall Foundation. See https://talent.arizona.edu/compensation-and-benefits for more information about benefits at the University of Arizona. At the University of Arizona, we value our inclusive climate because we know that diversity in experiences and perspectives is vital to advancing innovation, critical thinking, solving complex problems, and creating an inclusive academic community. As a Hispanic-serving institution, we translate these values into action by seeking individuals who have experience and expertise working with diverse students, colleagues, and constituencies. Because we seek a workforce with a wide range of perspectives and experiences, we provide equal employment opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or genetic information. As an Employer of National Service, we also welcome alumni of AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service programs and others who will help us advance our Inclusive Excellence initiative aimed at creating a university that values student, staff and faculty engagement in addressing issues of diversity and inclusiveness. Interested applicants should apply at https://arizona.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/4/home/requisition/2000?c=arizona no later than September 15, 2020 to ensure full consideration. Please include: • Letter of interest summarizing interest and qualifications • Brief (up to two pages) overview or outline of the proposed research topic and intended outcomes • Curriculum vitae or resumé • Contact information for three professional references Any questions regarding the position should be directed to Professor Andrea Gerlak at agerlak@email.arizona.edu
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2020-08-19

健康与安全,社会与环境管理副学士-社会发展(社会助理),多个职位

UNOPS

一. 背景信息-1. 具体职位:在其在阿根廷共和国的活动框架内,项目厅正在建立其工作队,以支持政府设计和执行结合基础设施,加强行动者和社会发展等领域的项目,所有能够干预以下项目:公共部门(国家部委,政府,市政当局),社会组织和合作社,私营部门,受益人和联合国系统其他机构。 项目厅制定的项目是国家范围的项目,在基础设施领域的重点是从综合角度改善居住条件,包括: 1)改善不稳定的房屋,重点在于空间的修复,潮湿区域的建设(浴室和厨房),电气设备的修复 2)社会住房建设 3)与家庭供水和排污网络的家庭连接 4)没有服务的家庭中的个人水和卫生解决方案 5)小型卫生和邻里供应工程 6)适应公共空间的小型工程(运动海滩,广场,人行道和檐沟警戒线,空间行人专用区) 7)社区建筑中心的小型修复工程 2. 在加强利益相关者方面,项目厅项目寻求: 1)改善项目管理实践 2)提高参与基础设施项目开发的人员的技术能力(设计,施工,运营和维护) 3)考虑到权利方法以及性别,多样性和童年的观点,加强行为者的决定 4)设计和执行通过社区参与确保未来可持续性的项目 5)确保受益人了解适当使用资源和资产,他们自己和社区的意识。 6)在社会领域,重点基本上是与与该领域相关的社会组织,合作社,非政府组织和政府行为者的直接合作,力求使项目的影响直接影响到社区。 3. 这些项目及其相关活动的不同阶段是: 1)规划阶段,包括: 从广泛的角度对项目进行分析和诊断; 确定相关的项目利益相关者; 提出并计划具体行动; 识别风险和缓解措施; 识别产品,结果和影响; 设计文档和数据管理工具; 根据良好做法,文件和数据管理工具以及项目厅指南和手册设计监测报告; 设计工具,以广泛的角度诊断项目(生活条件,参与者的能力和需求等)并确定解决方案; 设计参与性评估工具。 2)实施阶段,包括: 实施并验证计划中的具体行动,并在必要时调整计划; 与外部参与者协调活动; 验证如何从产品中获得结果和影响; 更新风险登记册并监控缓解措施; 确保正确管理文件和数据; 确保境内活动的进展; 3.)结束阶段: 使用参与式评估工具,提供有关产品,结果和影响的报告和报告; 这些是组成部分的方法,项目厅项目由一个多学科小组组成,由一个项目经理领导,其各个领域必须共同努力以寻求最佳结果。这些领域实质上是社会,建筑和经济发展领域,由采购和合同管理,法律,行政,财务和人力资源领域提供支持。 二. 功能职责—— 在这些项目的背景下,构成社会支持的主要实例将由健康与安全,社会与环境管理(社会发展)协会负责: 在计划阶段,通过与所分配项目的不同利益相关者(受益人,社会组织的代表)进行访谈,收集信息或与其他利益相关者(市政当局或政府实体的代表)进行访谈来发展社会诊断,为了确定分配的项目的特征和问题以及支持机会,这些都反映在特定的社会支持计划中。 在实施阶段,在工作的执行阶段制定社会支持计划的活动:对家庭,受益人,讲习班的社会支持的访问,与社会组织和行动者的机构强化会议,其基本工作范围是他们可以获取信息;参与;安全和事故预防;关心健康和环境;促进居住空间的方式,以促进有效获取基本权利;预防各种形式的暴力和歧视;加强发展人民自治的能力;社区网络的形成和栖息地的巩固,作为保护权利的环境。 在结束阶段,进行参与式评估:为了评估项目的相关方面并找出经验教训。 项目经验的系统化:在适当管理数据和信息的基础上,它包括准备每个项目的后续报告和最终报告,并考虑其对行动社区的影响,对项目影响的外部性产生的结果和经验教训,这可能是项目结束时制定公共政策建议的投入。 因此,在社会伴奏框架内计划的活动包括: 与演员进行访谈和会议、 收集有关干预领域的信息。 对家庭和/或受益人的社会支持访问。 在设计和开发讲习班以及其他意识和培训空间方面进行合作。 体制强化会议。 现场收集的信息记录。 准备监测报告。 详细统计数据。 有关在开展社交活动中发现的风险的信息。 总结经验教训。 有助于制定住房和居住环境方面的公共政策建议。 在就与他们专业的学科/领域有关的任务提供咨询方面的合作/贡献,以及其他解决冲突和/或儿童时期的工作; 和/或可持续性;和/或卫生与安全 履行社会责任者和/或项目经理所需的其他相关功能。 向社会责任者和项目经理报告 如果有任何需要特别注意的需求,则有足够的资源可在全国各地旅行。 选择担任该职位的候选人将被赋予这一特殊职责。 职能的执行可以在 布宜诺斯艾利斯省,查科,科伦特斯,胡胡伊,科尔多瓦,恩特里奥斯,图库曼和圣达菲的任何项目办公室进行,也可以在将来建立。 项目厅将支付每个省外转移的地点和每日津贴,但不适用于每个省内的转移,因为这是分配的一部分。 *请使用西班牙语准备您的个人资料/申请,并附上您感兴趣的申请表,指明您想申请的省份。 三. 教育/经验/语言要求—— 1. 教育: 需要完成中学学习。 接受高等大学学习,可以取代多年的相关经验。 在社会工作,人类学,社会学,心理学或社会科学的相关领域提供技术/大学培训被认为是加号。 2. 工作经验: 在社会工作或社会管理方面有2至6年(取决于学历)的经验,在关注经济和社会脆弱局势下的人口的项目中。 在团体(个人,家庭或团体)提供咨询方面的经验,以及社区内危机情况的干预措施。 在基础设施项目的社会工作中具有令人愉快的经验。 在咨询和社区教育工作方面具有理想的经验。 在受冲突和/或自然灾害影响的人群中工作的理想经验。 有良好的经济发展项目经验。 语言能力 良好的西班牙语口语和书面沟通能力。 具有英语知识是可取的。 三. 能力EN—— 展示您的角色对所有员工的影响的理解,并始终将受益人放在首位。发展并保持牢固的外部关系,并且是其他人的称职合作伙伴(如果他履行职责) 评估做出合理和务实的决定所必须遵循的数据和程序。采取无偏见且合理的方法来计算风险。在解决问题的过程中运用创新和创造力。 有效地为自己和/或他人建立行动方针,以实现目标。这些行动导致正确完成任务,并特别注意所有领域的质量。识别机会并主动采取行动。了解负责任地使用资源可以最大程度地提高我们对受益人的影响。 尊重所有人,对差异做出明智的反应,并鼓励其他人也这样做。捍卫道德和组织标准。保持高标准的信任。它是多样性和包容性的模型。 在快速节奏的环境中,您随时可以改变并保持灵活性。使您的观点适应不断变化的情况或要求。他反思过去的经验并改变自己的行为。即使在压力下,性能也始终如一。始终追求持续改进。 清晰,简洁,公开地表达想法或事实。交流表示对他人感受和需求的考虑。积极倾听并主动分享知识。通过克服观点分歧并找到共同点,有效地管理冲突。 成为有助于团队合作精神的积极榜样。合作并支持他人的发展。仅限人事经理-通过使用适当的领导风格,您可以塑造积极的领导,激励,指导和激励他人取得成功。 合同类型,水平和期限 四. 合同类型:LICA-个体承包商协议 ;合同级别:本地ICA支持,LICA 6 ;合同期限:不确定,取决于组织要求,资​​金可用性和令人满意的绩效。该合同以每月定期合同的形式建立,也就是说,在合同期内需要连续提供服务,并在每个日历月末支付与合同相关的费用。 有关ICA合同形式的更多信息,请访问以下链接:https : //www.unops.org/english/Opportunities/job-opportunities/what-we-offer/Pages/Individual-Contractor-Agreements.aspx 五. 附加信息—— 请注意,截止日期是哥本哈根时间(CET)午夜。下午7:00阿根廷 在截止日期之后收到的申请将不予考虑。 仅通知那些被选中参加面试阶段的候选人。 我们强烈鼓励合格的申请人申请该职位。 对于工作人员职位,项目厅保留提名比职位职位低的候选人的权利。 成功的候选人将负责遵守联合国安全管理系统和项目厅的安全政策,行政指示,计划和程序。 项目厅的政策是对所有潜在的雇用人员/实习生进行背景调查。 项目厅的招聘/实习取决于这些控制的结果。 项目厅致力于实现性别,国籍和文化方面的多样性。我们特别鼓励合格的候选人和多元化的团体申请。所有申请将得到最大的酌处权。 工作与个人生活之间的平衡:项目厅重视员工并认识到在职业和个人责任之间保持平衡的重要性。我们对工作人员和个人采取严格的政策,并且我们提供了几种灵活的上班时间。该政策适用于任何合同形式的项目厅人员。 根据要求,项目厅设法合理容纳有特殊需要的男女候选人。 该职位位于 熟悉的工作场所。 六. 项目厅概述—— 项目厅的使命是通过扩大联合国,各国政府和其他伙伴以可持续和高效的方式管理项目,基础设施和采购的能力,为有需要的人服务。 在这三个核心知识领域内,项目厅向合作伙伴提供项目的交易,咨询和实施服务,涉及从学校和医院的建设到商品和服务的采购或对当地工作人员的培训。项目厅与政府和社区密切合作,以确保我们支持的项目在经济,社会和环境方面具有更大的可持续性,特别强调发展国家能力。来源:https://jobs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=20044#6 项目厅在世界上最具挑战性的环境中开展工作,其远景是在人道主义,发展和建设和平的背景下促进可持续的执行做法,始终以达到或超过我们的合作伙伴的期望为目标。 项目厅在80个国家/地区拥有7,000多名员工,在需要的地方向合作伙伴提供所需的后勤,技术和管理技能。该组织的灵活结构和全球影响力意味着它可以在满足规模经济的同时快速响应员工的需求。申请&联系方式:UNOPS Headquarters, Marmorvej 51, PO Box 2695, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark. Tel: +45 4533 7500 来源:https://jobs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=20044#6
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2020-08-18

顾问-程序管理办公室

UNOPS

一. 背景信息-具体工作:联合国项目事务厅(项目厅)是联合国的一个业务机构,支持在人道主义,建设和平和发展领域有效执行其伙伴的项目。根据其任务规定,项目厅是联合国的中心资源,并向广泛的政府,捐助者和联合国实体提供可持续的项目管理,采购和基础设施服务。项目厅在80个国家/地区拥有7,000多名工作人员,可根据已确定的需求为其合作伙伴提供后勤,技术和管理能力。该组织每年同时为其合作伙伴实施约1,000个项目,为实地取得成果做出了贡献,由千禧挑战公司(MCC)资助的“尼日尔契约”项目是最近签署的。尼日尔政府(GdN)创建了千年挑战帐户(MCA-Niger),并需要计划管理和基础设施项目管理方面的支持服务,以计划和实施《尼日尔契约》 ,其中包括两个项目:(i)“灌溉和市场准入”项目;(ii)“适应气候变化的社区”项目。项目厅将提供技术援助和方案管理服务,将高素质和经验丰富的专家纳入负责执行《契约》的尼泊尔政府MCA-Niger。 有鉴于此,项目厅正在寻找IICA 3级的“计划管理办公室-顾问”,该办公室将为设在尼亚美的分区域办公室工作,并将直接报告到PMO Compact的负责人。 二. 功能职责——1. 顾问-程序管理办公室-将负责以下各项任务:为所有MCA-Niger项目提供计划和成本控制支持,包括报告变化,跟踪里程碑以为客户准备发票流程等。管理项目活动的计划和监视。领导规划师和文献工作者团队,确保在复杂程序的规划和文献记录领域应用最佳实践。与活动经理和计划管理者进行协调和合作,以解决项目问题,以确保交付/完成项目工作。以项目计划和监视以及内部和外部讨论的专家身份参加项目会议。 执行每月报告,并就与项目相关的成本向管理团队进行审查,并确保支出保持在项目预算之内。 根据需要向内部PMT团队提供成本控制和计划建议。 根据项目进度表监视关键活动,并使用甘特图,PERT,里程碑表和其他用于支持关键路径分析和短期工作授权的程序管理工具来建议项目管理术语,基于优先级,绩效差距和支持成本/计划整合的资源分配。 支持项目组合管理团队计划,监视,分析和报告项目/程序,包括维护仪表板。 准备并更新项目进度表。 准备,更新和提醒合同管理人员有关可交付成果的提交日期,合同到期日期及其修订。 监控日常工作进度,并准备每周和每月的时间表和报告。 维护并记录项目经理的进度更新。 协助准备工作计划,现金流和招标的劳动直方图。 使用专业的MS Project计算机软件来帮助保持项目的进行。 如有必要,对时间表进行调整,并向团队负责人提出相关建议。 为季度契约报告和其他项目厅可交付成果提供投入。 更新项目和程序仪表板(通过MS Project和Power-BI)。 确保关键信息在配置管理下,并在程序内共享更改控制信息。 履行计划办公室主任分配的其他职责。 文档管理程序,数据库管理和库或文档管理中其他存储区域的创建,开发,管理和操作方面的知识将是一项资产。 三. 教育/经验/语言要求——教育:拥有项目管理,社会科学,经济学或计划学或相关领域的第二学士学位BAC + 5(硕士)。 可以将BAC + 3个项目管理,社会科学,经济学或计划学或相关领域的本科学位(学士)与另外2年的相关工作经验结合起来使用,而不是上面概述的教育要求。 需要进行项目管理或成本控制方面的专门培训。 要求具有MS Project认证(使用Microsoft Project或同等管理项目)。 获得PRINCE2 Foundation / Practitioner(或PMP®)的认证是一项重要资产。 四. 专业经验——至少需要7年项目管理经验, 对规划工具(例如Microsoft Project和/或Primavera)有扎实的了解是必不可少的。 扎实的文档管理经验至关重要。 在建立项目管理信息系统(PMIS)(例如MS Power BI)方面的经验是一笔宝贵的财富。 非常需要在文件和信息管理方面具有ISO标准的知识(ISO 2709、10244、15836、15489、21127、23950、32000)。 具有云内容存储解决方案的经验是一个优势。 具有国际咨询工程师联合会(FIDIC)合同的知识是一个优势。 以前在撒哈拉以南非洲的工作经验是优势。 需要有联合国系统各组织的经验。 语言知识——要求法语精通。精通英语是一个优势。 能力FR ——制定和实施可持续的运营策略,长期考虑并以积极的方式塑造组织的方式考虑外部观点。预测并感知未来活动和决策对组织其他部分的影响。 展示其作用对所有合作伙伴的影响的理解,并优先考虑受益者。建立并保持牢固的外部关系,并且是其他人的称职伙伴(如果适用于他的角色)。 评估数据和流程,以便做出合理和务实的决策。在计算风险时采取中立和理性的方法。将创新和创造力应用于解决问题的过程。 有效地为自己和他人建立一系列实现目标的步骤。所采取的行动导致任务的完全完成,同时尊重所有领域的质量要求。识别机会并采取主动行动抓住机会。了解负责任地使用资源可以优化我们的活动对受益人的影响。 尊重所有个人;考虑差异并鼓励其他人也这样做。体现道德和组织标准。符合高标准的诚实度。是多样性和包容性问题的榜样。 在充满变化的环境中保持开放的变化和灵活性。有效地调整其方法以适应不断变化的环境或需求。从经验中学习并改变行为。即使在压力下,他的结果也是一致的。不断寻求进步。 以清晰,简洁和公开的方式表达思想或事实。交流表示对他人感受和需求的考虑。积极倾听并自发分享知识。尊重差异并找到共同点,有效地处理冲突。 成为促进团队合作精神的积极榜样。合作并支持他人的发展。仅针对管理人员:作为领导的积极榜样,激励,引导和激发他人成功,使用适当的领导风格。 四. 合同类型,水平和期限——合同类型:国际个人承包商协议(ICA), 合同级别:IICA-3 / ICS 11 , 合同期限:无限制 有关ICA合同形式的更多详细信息,请访问以下链接:https : //www.unops.org/english /机会/工作机会/我们提供了什么/页面/个人合同工协议.aspx。 五. 其他注意事项——请注意,职位发布于哥本哈根时间午夜(欧洲中部时间)结束。 截止日期之后收到的申请将不予考虑。 个人和职业生活之间的协调-项目厅重视承包商,并认识到平衡职业和个人需求的重要性。我们制定了渐进的工作与生活调整政策,并提供了几种灵活的工作时间表选项。此过程适用于所有类型的合同。 仅会联系入围候选人。 我们强烈鼓励合格的妇女申请。 对于工作人员职位,项目厅保留将候选人分配到比本广告中公布的职位低的职位的权利。 成功候选人必须遵守项目厅和联合国安全管理系统的安全政策,行政指示,计划和程序。 项目厅的政策是对职位或实习的所有潜在候选人进行参考检查。 这些支票对招聘至关重要。 六. 关于项目厅的一般信息: 项目厅的任务是通过加强联合国,各国政府和其他伙伴以可持续和高效的方式开展基础设施,采购和项目管理活动的能力来帮助穷人。 。 在这三个主要的专业领域内,该组织为其合作伙伴提供交易,咨询和实施服务,涉及从学校和医院建设到商品购买等项目。和服务,通过对当地工人的培训。项目厅与各国政府和社区密切合作,以确保该组织支持的项目在经济,社会和环境方面的可持续性,并特别注重加强国家能力。 项目厅在世界上最具挑战性的环境中开展业务,其愿景是在达到或超过目标的同时,改善发展,人道主义援助和建设和平方面的可持续实施做法系统地满足合作伙伴的期望。 项目厅在80多个国家/地区拥有7,000多名员工,可为合作伙伴提供所需的后勤,技术和管理知识。其灵活的结构和国际影响力使该组织能够快速响应其合作伙伴的需求,同时产生规模经济。六. 申请&联系方式:UNOPS Headquarters, Marmorvej 51, PO Box 2695, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark. Tel: +45 4533 7500 来源:https://jobs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=20051#6
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背景信息-具体工作——按照联合国冲突第2250号和第2419号决议以及联合国秘书长的《预防暴力极端主义行动计划》所述,青年是实现和平和防止暴力极端主义的关键行为者这一原则的指导,联非办制定了教育方案,以提高青年人的能力民间社会领导人要促进不同文化和宗教人民之间的相互尊重,谅解和长期积极关系。奖学金计划旨在与来自欧洲,北美(EUNA),中东和北非(MENA)的年轻公民社会领袖和专业人士合作,促进跨文化交流和信仰间的了解。该计划围绕EUNA和MENA国家之间的两周交流旅行而设计,将参与者从每个地理区域发送到其对等地区。奖学金为参与者提供了直接接触多样性的机会,并有机会体验文化沉浸感,同时与众多本地演员和合作伙伴进行互动。在每个访问的国家/地区,参与者都获得了至关重要的理解工具,以帮助他们了解周围的环境,并广泛地了解东道国的文化,政治,社会,宗教,媒体等。在计划期间,有24名选定的参与者将:●学习解构型刻板印象,以及如何批判性地分析它们以减少其流行;●了解基于身份的冲突中的不同观点和文化敏感性,并获得工具以在地方,国家和地区各级制定解决方案,以开展跨文化合作;●发展能力和学习良好做法,进行跨文化对话,以减少两极分化和促进包容;●了解如何围绕当前的全球挑战进行跨文化对话。 程序组成—— 1)计划A –面对面的研究金计划: ● 第1部分: 在线互动(2周)。两个队列的参与者开始通过联非办提供的在线协作模块进行互动。联非办和培训员为讨论提供了便利,使与会者有机会相互了解。他们还开始接触与跨文化交流相关的工具和概念,并为第一次网络研讨会做准备。时间承诺:每周2到3个小时。 ● 第2部分: 网络研讨会(2小时)。所有参与者都参加了一个网络研讨会,在会议期间他们就跨文化对话,文化敏感性,对陈规定型观念的解构和跨文化合作进行了交流。 ● 第3部分: 旅行(2周)。每个地理区域的参与者都前往其对应区域。他们就跨文化对话和2020年研究金的主题“在新媒体时代建立和平”与广泛的当地利益相关者进行互动。 ● 第4部分:在线参与(1周)。两个队列的参与者通过联非办提供的在线协作模块进行互动。联非办和培训人员促进在线交流,以帮助参加者准备第二次网络研讨会。时间承诺:每周2到3个小时。 ● 第5部分: 网络研讨会(2小时)。所有参与者都参加了一个网络研讨会,在会议期间他们将总结他们的经验并评估所学到的教训以及如何使用它们。 2)计划B –全在线研究金计划: ● 第1部分: 在线互动(2周)。两个队列的参与者开始通过联非办提供的在线协作模块进行互动。联非办和培训员为讨论提供了便利,使与会者有机会相互了解。他们还开始接触与跨文化交流相关的工具和概念,并为第一次网络研讨会做准备。时间承诺:每周2到3个小时。 ● 第2部分:虚拟曝光(10天)。 每个地理区域的参与者都与对应区域的众多本地利益相关者进行互动。他们共同致力于跨文化对话和2020年“在新媒体时代建立和平”研究金的主题。他们还参加虚拟活动,将他们介绍给目的地国的文化多样性。 ● 第3部分: 网络研讨会(2小时)。所有参与者都参加了“文化间和宗教间对话”网络研讨会,他们就文化间对话,文化敏感性,定型观念的解构和跨文化合作进行了交流。 ● 第4部分:在线研讨会(4天)。所有参与者都使用各种教学方法并围绕“跨文化和宗教间对话”主题参加了一系列在线研讨会。 ● 第5部分: 在线总结模块(3小时)。所有参与者都参加了总结模块,在此模块中,他们将总结经验并评估所学到的教训以及如何使用它们。 这是项目厅在支助为联非办执行的项目方面的职位。该职位的责任将由项目厅全权负责。 功能职责——学习管理系统(LMS)专家将与UNAOC项目管理专家-跨文化参与密切合作,为UNAOC,培训人员和参与者提供支持,以在线实施2020 UNAOC奖学金计划。因此,LMS专家将致力于提供以下服务:●管理学习管理系统(LMS),包括提供后端管理,前端实施和常规技术帮助; 确保所有基于在线的培训课程正在运行,并且所有在线参与者都可以访问;●向所有用户提供有关平台正确使用的动手,书面和/或视频说明,以补充LMS已经提供的资料;●与联非办和培训员一起开发和设计在线学习内容,为学员提供最佳的教学材料和教学方法;●利用课程目标来确定和建议如何最好地记录信息以符合合规标准并在学习系统中提供信息,以使学习者易于理解;●设计LMS平台的布局,使其与UNAOC品牌指南保持一致,包括自定义CSS和javascript文件,以及更改配色方案和版式;●利用所有相关技术工具(包括Google平台和MS Office)来管理日常职责,并与UNAOC,培训人员和受训人员有效地沟通和协作;●回答有关LMS功能和支持的任何问题;●了解在线培训的优先事项,并主动寻找改善LMS流程以支持效率的方法;●担任LMS功能和流程的主题专家和顾问,并为UNAOC,培训人员和参与者提供LMS支持;●与上述各方合作制定并建立整合和实施策略,以更好地为参与者服务;●回答参与者的关键问题;●管理LMS与其他信息系统之间的数据馈送●必要时提供技术支持,故障排除和测试活动。所有内容和材料均需得到联非行动的批准。联非办将负责与研究金参加者和有关伙伴分享内容和资料,作为一种资源和免费的方式,供其活动中进一步使用,包括与组织和受益者分享的可能性。 监控和进度控制—— LMS至少应满足以下交付要求: ●UNAOC批准完全定制LMS平台 ●UNAOC批准LMS平台的前端设计和布局 ●开发和实施与奖学金相关的所有模块和课程 ●奖学金计划在所有小时内(无论时区或位置如何)的在线存在的书面证明 ●在整个研究金期间,随时可以使用虚拟技术支持 教育/经验/语言要求——“强烈建议申请女性候选人* 强烈建议没有联合国或联合国开发计划署经验的候选人申请” 1)教育: ● 高级大学学位(硕士学位),最好是信息管理科学,信息技术,计算机科学,信息系统设计或相关领域 ● 与相关的第一级大学(学士学位或同等学历)相结合的额外的两(2)年相关工作经验可以代替对硕士学位的要求。 2) 经验: ● 至少连续工作5年,担任具有类似职责的职位,需要提供沟通,LMS,教育培训和/或知识管理专业知识; ● 必须对计划管理,技术援助,LMS,便利化和大型网络会议和/或培训课程的组织有一定的了解; ● 熟悉流行的学习管理系统,包括但不限于:Canvas,Google Classroom,Sutra等 ● 需要熟练掌握MS Office应用程序(Word,PowerPoint,Outlook,Excel)。 ● 理想的经验 (以下经验是 没有经验 的可选候选人,欢迎申请) 3)需要具备学习管理系统的实施和维护能力: ● 非常需要基本的HTML和CSS的工作知识; ● 具有开发LMS培训材料的经验非常可取; ● 最好具有数据收集,分析和总结收集的数据的书面报告方面的经验; ● 非常需要在复杂的学习管理系统和其他关键学习技术平台中建立课程结构的经验; ● 在设计,实施和维护合规性流程,学习管理系统,电子学习开发工具以及相关学习技术方面的经验非常可取; 4)语言: ● 具备出色的口头和书面英语沟通能力。 ● 其他: 能够在压力下良好工作并按时完成工作; 能够单独和作为团队成员有效地工作; 优秀的人际交往能力 优秀的项目管理和组织技能是非常可取的; 胜任力——● 开发和实施可持续的业务战略,长期考虑并从外部考虑,以积极塑造组织。预测并感知未来决策和活动对组织其他部门的影响和影响。● 尊重所有个人;对差异做出敏感反应,并鼓励其他人也这样做。坚持组织和道德规范。保持高标准的信任度。多样性和包容性的榜样。 ● 充当促进团队合作精神的积极榜样。合作并支持他人的发展。仅对于人员管理者:扮演积极的领导榜样,利用适当的领导风格来激励,引导和激发他人成功。 ● 展示出自己的角色对所有合作伙伴的影响的理解,并始终将受益者放在首位。建立并保持牢固的外部关系,并且是其他人(如果与角色相关)的有效合作伙伴。 ● 有效地为自己和/或其他人建立适当的行动方针以实现目标。通过关注所有领域的质量,行动可以最终完成任务。看到机会并主动采取行动。理解负责任地使用资源可以最大程度地提高我们对受益人的影响。 ● 在快速变化的环境中保持变化的开放性和灵活性。有效地调整自己的方法以适应不断变化的情况或要求。反思经验并改变自己的行为。即使在压力下,性能也始终如一。始终追求持续改进。 ● 评估数据和行动方针,以做出合乎逻辑的务实决策。采取无偏见,合理的方法计算风险。将创新和创造力应用于解决问题的过程。 ● 以清晰,简洁和开放的方式表达思想或事实。交流表示对他人的感受和需求的考虑。积极倾听并主动分享知识。通过克服意见分歧并找到共同点,有效地处理冲突。 合同类型,水平和期限。——● 合同类型:个人承包商协议-ICA 保留 方式。在一定时期内签发一份固定合同,在此期间间歇需要个别承包商的服务。个体订约人协议以固定人为基础,将指定每天工作的“单价”。出于预算目的,将在授予和发布合同时确定货币上限。请注意,聘用合同不会提供最低工资,仅在工作完成后才付款。 ● 合同级别:ICAA-2 / ICSC 10 ● 合同期限:尽快-2020年12月31日 ● 有关ICA合同形式的更多详细信息,请访问以下链接:https : //www.unops.org/english/Opportunities/job-opportunities/what-we-offer/Pages/Individual-Contractor-Agreements.aspx 其他注意事项——● 请注意,截止日期是哥本哈根时间的午夜。● 截止日期之后收到的申请将不予考虑。● 只有那些入围面试的候选人才会被通知。● 强烈建议合格的女性候选人申请。● 项目厅应要求,合理地安排有特殊需要的候选人。协调工作生活-项目厅重视员工并认识到平衡专业和个人需求的重要性。我们对工作与生活保持一致的进步政策,并提供了几种灵活的工作选择。该政策适用于所有合同类型的项目厅人员。● 仅对于工作人员职位,项目厅有权任命比职位所宣传的职位低的候选人。● 对于聘用合同,在向项目厅提供服务之前,您必须自己完成一些必修课程(约4个小时)。● 任职者有责任遵守联合国安全管理系统和项目厅的安全政策,行政指示,计划和程序。● 项目厅的政策是对所有潜在的新兵/实习生进行背景调查。项目厅的征聘/实习取决于这种检查的结果。 背景资料-项目厅——项目厅是联合国的业务部门,支持其伙伴在世界范围内成功执行建设和平,人道主义和发展项目。我们的使命是帮助人们改善生活,各国实现可持续发展。项目厅的专业领域包括基础设施,采购,项目管理,财务管理和人力资源。 ● 与我们合作:项目厅在全球各种挑战性的环境中提供短期和长期的工作机会。我们正在寻找具有多种学科技能的,注重结果的创新型专业人员。 ● 多元化:我们的员工队伍遍及80个国家,拥有4000多名项目厅人员,代表项目厅合作伙伴招聘了约7,000名人员,其员工代表着广泛的民族和文化。我们提倡平衡,多样化的员工队伍,这种力量有助于我们更好地理解和满足合作伙伴的需求,并通过鼓励招募合格女性候选人的举措和政策,不断努力改善我们的性别平衡。 ● 工作生活和谐:项目厅重视人民,并认识到平衡专业和个人需求的重要性。 申请&联系方式:UNOPS Headquarters, Marmorvej 51, PO Box 2695, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark. Tel: +45 4533 7500 来源:https://jobs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=20197#3
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关于组织申报博士后国际交流计划引进项目的通知

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为贯彻落实《国务院办公厅关于改革完善博士后制度的意见》(国办发〔2015〕87 号),大力吸引海外优秀博士生来津从事博士后研究工作,全国博士后管委会办公室本年度在天津市实施博士后国际交流计划引进项目的试点改革。为做好学校人选的遴选推荐工作,现将有关事宜,通知如下: 一、项目内容 中国博士后国际交流计划引进项目的天津市试点改革项目,资助在国(境)外获得博士学位的优秀毕业生(不限国籍)来津从事博士后研究工作,为期2 年。此试点改革项目的入选人员,不占用全国博管办2020 年计划招收的400 个博士后国际交流计划引进项目资助名额(需国家评审),资助名额对天津市单列。 二、资助经费 入选该项目的资助经费,由国家、天津市和学校共同承担,每人每年共计30万元人民币。入选该项目的博士后,纳入我校《天津大学全职博士后队伍建设综合改革实施办法》中的A类博士后进行管理,并享受相应的福利待遇。 三、申请条件 1.年龄一般不超过40 周岁,思想品德端正,身体健康。 2.申请人原则上须为近三年在国(境)外获得博士学位的博士毕业生。 3.申请人博士毕业学校应为世界排名前150 名的高校,或者其博士学位所属学科排名全球前150 名(以当年度最新上海软科世界大学学术排名Academic Ranking of World Universities、泰晤士高等教育世界大学排名Times Higher Education World University Ranking、QS 世界大学排名QS World University Rankings、U.S.News 世界大学排名U.S.News& World Report 为参考)。对“一带一路”沿线国家的申请人,条件可放宽至博士毕业学校为本国排名前三名的高校。根据中德博士后交流项目合作框架,在德国获得博士学位的留学人员或外籍博士,如获得德国亥姆霍兹联合会正式推荐可申请本项目,不受学校或专业排名限制(联系方式:德国亥姆霍兹联合会驻北京办事处何宏010-65907866,hehong@helmholtz.cn)。 4.申请人已经与拟开展博士后研究工作的合作导师(原则上具有天津大学博士生指导老师资格)自主联系确认,并获得院级单位的正式推荐。 5.能够保证在天津大学全职从事博士后研究工作不少于20 个月。 6.博士学位在读期间取得突出的研究成果。 7.非英语国家的人员应具有良好的中文(或英文)听、说、读、写能力。 8.国内在职人员不能申报本项目。申请人受本项目资助期间须在天津大学全职从事博士后研究工作。 9.此前未获得过中国博士后国(境)外交流项目或博士后创新人才支持计划资助。 四、申报时间 即日起准备申报材料,2020年8月31日为学校接收申报材料的最终时间节点。申请人已为我校在站博士后的,其进站时间为2020年3月15日及以后进站的(以全国博管办系统完成进站实际为准)。 五、申报程序 1.个人申请。申请人填写《博士后国际交流计划引进项目申请表》,与主要证明材料原件扫描件装订成册,一式2份,报送博士天津大学人事处博士后管理办公室。主要证明材料包括:(1)有效身份证件;(2)学位证书或答辩决议书。应届博士毕业生如还未进行答辩,可先进行申报,在办理进站手续时提供博士学位证书;(3)《申请表》中列出的主要科研工作及学术成果证明材料。申报所需表格请在中国博士后网站首页“表格下载”中下载。 2.学校审核。学校人事处博管办汇总、审核申请材料,在纸质《申请表》中填写单位推荐意见,报送天津市博士后工作办公室。 六、其他事宜 1.请各个院级单位、课题组及博士后合作导师,积极宣传,群策群力,能够找到更多优秀博士后推荐人选; 2.请各个院级单位,严格按照项目要求,遴选推荐人选,并注意时间节点; 3.未尽事宜,以天津市博士后工作办公室的解释为准;获资助人员按照《全国博士后管委会办公室关于印发博士后国际交流计划实施细则的通知》(博管办〔2013〕77号)中的有关规定进行管理; 4.人事处博管办联系方式:霍老师 13821219879,postdoctor@tju.edu.cn; 5.材料报送地址:天津津南海河教育园区雅观路135号天津大学北洋园校区行政服务中心(莕荪楼)B316室。 人事处 2020年8月4日
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