|Salary:||£32,344 to £34,304 (Grade 7)|
|Placed On:||25th November 2021|
|Closes:||9th January 2022|
Are you interested in working on a project investigating the role of infrastructure in the urbanisation process? We are seeking applications from experienced, motivated individuals able to work in a research team toward addressing the geography of infrastructure corridors and implications for urban inequalities.
We are seeking x3 individuals to join a team led by Dr Jonathan Silver on the European Research Council funded project – GlobalCORRIDOR – based at the Urban Institute. The job will suit a researcher with an emerging track record of research and publication in urban studies. You should have a PhD or equivalent experience in a relevant subject area (for example: human geography, urban planning, development studies, sociology).
Each Post Doctoral Research Associates (PRDA) will use their skills to conduct fieldwork over the course of a year in one of the case study regions, advance urban studies literature, organise collaborations and events that collectively build toward an in-depth program of investigation into ‘Corridor Urbanization’. You will work closely with team members and external partners over the 3 year post and be expected to spend at least a year undertaking fieldwork. Work is taking place in East Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda) – PDRA 1, South Asia (Pakistan) – PDRA 2, and the Mediterranean (Greece with Italy, Egypt) – PDRA 3.
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