Vacancy for five postdocs and 1 PhD position on ‘convivial conservation’

For the recently funded CON-VIVA project, we seek candidates for five postdoc positions and 1 PhD position. Position details and application deadlines can be found via the corresponding links (updated as they are published):

  1. Postdoc position (three years), based at the Sociology of Development and Change group, Wageningen University, The Netherlands: position is meant to help lead the coordination and management of the project and do comparative research addressing RQs 1,3 and 4;
  2. Postdoc position (33 months), based at the Sheffield Institute for International Development, University of Sheffield, UK: position is meant to help lead the knowledge exchange, communication and dissemination work package of the project and do comparative research addressing RQs1, 3 and 4;
  3. Postdoc position (three years), based at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil: position to study human-wildlife conflict in the Mata Atlantica area involving Jaguars to address RQs 2, 3 and 4;
  4. Postdoc position (three years), based at the University of Dodoma, Tanzania: position to study human-wildlife conflict in northern and southern Tanzania involving lions to address RQs 2, 3 and 4;
  5. Postdoc position (two years), based at the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA: position to study the reintroduction of Grizzly bears in California and its potential impacts on local communities to address RQs 2, 3 and 4;
  6. PhD position (three years), based at the University of Helsinki, Finland: position to study human-wildlife conflict in eastern and western parts of the country involving wolves to address RQs 2, 3 and 4.

For more information or possibilities for collaboration, please get in touch:

bram.buscher@wur.nl or robert.fletcher@wur.nl

 

 

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