|Salary:||£33,199 to £38,460 per annum|
|Placed On:||23rd May 2019|
|Closes:||19th June 2019|
Location: Medway campus
The Natural Resources Institute (NRI) (www.nri.org) is an internationally renowned multi-disciplinary centre of the University of Greenwich that undertakes research, consultancy and training to support global food security, sustainable development and poverty reduction in developing countries. The Institute was recently awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Further and Higher and Education for its work in developing countries.
The Natural Resources Institute has an exciting opportunity for a post-doctoral research fellow in anthropology, public health or development studies/social science in a health-related area to work within the Livelihoods and Institutions Department. The position will contribute to the MRC-funded project “Intercultural models to improve nutrition and health of indigenous populations through gender-sensitive agroforestry practices in Peru”. The project uses participatory approaches and intercultural models to co-develop gender-sensitive agroforestry options with the potential to sustainably address high levels of chronic undernutrition and anaemia in indigenous populations in the Peruvian Amazon.
In particular, the successful candidate will be expected to:
The position will involve extended international travel.
The post is fixed term for 24 months.
For any queries about the nature or requirements of the position please contact Dr Pamela Katic: email@example.com.
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