Post Doc - Geography and Environmental Science, University of Fort Hare
A Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship position has become available in the Department of Geography and Environmental Science at the University of Fort Hare, Alice Campus, RSA. The award is R300 000 per annum.
Hold a Doctoral degree in Geography/Environmental Science within the last five years.
Emerging Scholar - Demonstrate relevant experience and understanding of climate studies and environmental risk assessment
South Africans, permanent residents or internationals for full-time research at the University of Fort Hare, Alice, South Africa
Preference will be given to South African citizens and females in particular
The candidate is expected to contribute to both the research output of the Department of Geography and Environmental Science and to the supervision of UG and PG studies. She/he must demonstrate a rm background of research studies involving the nexus between human/natural ecosystems research and climate change studies/modelling through the evidence of publications in DHET accredited journals. A minimum of 5 publications will be an added advantage.
The incumbent is expected to publish research articles in the niche area of “Human and natural ecosystems resilience in a changing climate: A disaster risk-reduction approach for South Africa”. The successful Postdoctoral Fellow is required to produce at least three peer-reviewed research articles in DHET accredited journals during the fellowship tenure.
Curriculum Vitae with the names and contact details of two academic references.
DoctoralCerticate (NQF 10) or proof of award of degree. SAQA Accreditation where applicable.
Interested candidates should submit their applications to email@example.com
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 22 MAY 2022