Research Associate in Land Economy

University of Cambridge Department of Land Economy

We are looking for a full time Research Associate to work as part of the core team on a major new project on the preparation of the ASEAN Development Outlook on inclusion and sustainability and to increase cooperation among ASEAN countries to realise the SDGs. The project is being undertaken in conjunction with the ASCC to strengthen the cross-sector and cross-pillar work. The post holder will work under the supervision of Dr. Shailaja Fennell in the Department of Land Economy.

We are seeking an individual with research experience in fields of international development, systems analysis, educational and other public service delivery. Knowledge of global, regional and national data sets on public service delivery systems is an advantage, as is previous experience of working on global projects on national delivery systems in the Global South. The post-holder will be working closely with the core team at the University of Cambridge, with global and regional experts, and with ASCC officials.

The closing date for applications is Saturday 15th August 2020.

Fixed-term: The post is available immediately, for a six-month period. Funds are available until 31st January 2021.

Once an offer of employment has been accepted, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a health assessment.

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