ATSAF - Job News 15-2008


June 13, 2008.  

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1. IITA, Postdoctoral Scientist: Banana/plantain Agronomist (Ref: BPA/05/08)

2. ILRI, PLANT BIOSCIENCES RESEARCH SCIENTIST

3. ILRI, Project Coordinator - Zoonotic Emerging Infectious Diseases

4. GTZ, Berater für Aus- und Weiterbildung Agrarwirtschaft Südkaukasus

5. The World Fish Center, REGIONAL PORTFOLIO COORDINATOR

6. Universität Hohenheim, Doktorand/in

7. Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Doktorand/in

 

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1.

 

Postdoctoral Scientist: Banana/plantain Agronomist (Ref: BPA/05/08)

 

Background: The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) with headquarters in

Ibadan, Nigeria, invites applications for Postdoctoral Scientist: Banana/plantain Agronomist.

IITA is non-profit organization with over 130 internationally recruited scientists. The Institute

has programs in many countries of sub-Saharan Africa. IITA scientists from about 35

countries work in partnership with national agricultural agencies to increase food production

in tropical Africa, and ultimately to raise the productivity and income of small-scale farmers in

an ecologically sustainable way.

Plantain and banana (Musa spp.) are important staple food crops in the lowland humid forest

and mid-altitude agro ecologies of sub-Saharan Africa. Considered to be among the 10 most

important food crops of the world, plantain and banana are primary sources of carbohydrates

in the sub-Saharan region. There is tremendous uncertainty facing plantain and banana

production as pest and disease pressure on the crop has been increasing for the past 15

years, resulting to a rapid decline of yield and reduction in plantation life. IITA has addressed

pest and disease problems of plantain through an intensive breeding program, resulting in

the selection of new varieties of plantain and banana that are high-yielding and resistant to

diseases. Similarly, integrated pest management packages have been developed to produce

healthy planting materials, thereby reducing pest incidence, particularly with respect to

nematodes and weevils. Comparatively less has been done in the development of efficient

crop management techniques that would allow for full expression of the genetic potential of

the new varieties. The adoption of new varieties and technique packages through NARS-

mediated dissemination to small-holder farmers and the development of improved crop

management practices would increase the impact of IITA´s research in sub-Saharan Africa.

As a member of the banana and plantain improvement team, the Post doctoral Scientist will

contribute to the development of such packages through extensive interaction.

The emphasis of the position is to:

1) Transfer to farmers disease-resistant varieties of plantains and bananas in technology

packages that respond to farmers needs and are adapted to farmers´ resources.

2) Develop technology and improved crop management practices and train NARS scientists

and farmers

Responsibilities: The primary responsibilities are:

· To promote simple seedling multiplication systems and to train NARS technicians on

the application of these techniques for production of healthy planting materials.

· To promote the distribution of improved variety seedlings, using community and

farmer organizations so that the varieties are adopted by farmers.

· To establish on-farm demonstration trials in collaboration with farmers and NARS

scientists

· To determine the patterns of dry matter partitioning in banana/plantain under

different cropping regimes

· To assess nutrient use efficiency and nutrient cycling efficiency in relation to

suckering behavior in banana/plantain

· To determine appropriate varietals associations based on better understanding local

farmers´ cropping systems and an assessment of interplant competition

· Work with the Banana Breeder and others in publications, concept note preparation,

and project development.

· Perform other tasks as required by the Banana Breeder and others.

 

Duty Station: Ibadan, Nigeria

 

Educational requirements: A recent PhD degree in agronomy, physiology, crop

management, seed systems or a related discipline.

· A good understanding of breeding and of host-pathogen interactions, preferably on a

vegetative propagated crop.

· Field experience with promotion of varieties, crop management practices, or other

technologies to farmers

 

Core competencies: Scientific publication record

· Familiarity with participatory and action research methods

· Computer literacy and statistical data analysis capabilities

· Ability to work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in a cross-cultural

environment

· Excellency interpersonal and team building skills

· Fluency in oral and written English and working knowledge of French is an

advantage

· Knowledge of sub-Saharan Africa is an added advantage

· Ability to interact with national scientist from the West African region

· Frequent travel is expected and candidate should be willing to work in small-scale

farm settings in Africa

 

General information: Initial appointment is for three years. IITA offers a competitive

remuneration package paid in US dollars.

 

Applications: Applications including curriculum vitae, names and addresses of three referees

should be addressed to the Human Resources Manager. Please complete our online

application form using this link: www.iita.org/cms/details/job_application.aspx

 

Applications deadline: The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

 

IITA is an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes applications from women

candidates

 

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

 

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2.

 

 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

REF: PBRS/T4/04/2008

PLANT BIOSCIENCES RESEARCH SCIENTIST

 

General: The Africa-based, globally networked International Livestock Research Institute

(ILRI) helps reduce poverty, hunger and environmental degradation by enhancing animal

agriculture in developing countries. ILRI positions its work at the dynamic interface of poverty

alleviation and sustainable livestock livelihoods. Our staff works in partnerships and alliances

with hundreds of organisations in developed and developing countries, including some of the

finest universities and research institutions in the world. ILRI also hosts Biosciences eastern

and central Africa (BecA) a new centre for excellence in modern plant and animal biology in

Africa. It consists of a Hub based on the ILRI campus in Nairobi, Kenya and a network of

regional nodes and other affiliated laboratories and organizations throughout the region.

BecA facilitates, hosts and conducts research in crop, microbe and livestock research areas

where new developments in science offer promise to address previously intractable problems

constraining Africa´s development. Capacity building is a major goal of all activities. The

scope covers agriculture and food security and their intersections with human health and

nutrition, and the sustainable use of Africa´s natural resources. Further information is

available at www.biosciencesafrica.org.

 

The Position: In hosting the BecA Hub on a shared research platform, ILRI seeks to recruit a

Plant Biosciences Research Scientist (PBRS) to facilitate plant biotechnology research and

capacity building through strategic planning, technical coordination, implementation and

monitoring of plant biotechnology research projects within the BecA hub. This is an

international appointment reporting to the Platform Research Director.

 

Specific responsibilities include:

· Facilitate crop biotechnology research and capacity building for regional research

organisations by: managing new plant research projects at the BecA hub from

conceptualization through to development and successful completion in collaboration with

regional scientists; mentoring, coaching and supervising graduate students and scientists;

developing and conducting individual and group biosciences training courses; developing and

fostering close relationships and linkages with key institutions to enhance regional

biosciences research capacity.

· In accordance with ILRI staff development policies, develop effective plant

biosciences training programs for internal staff.

· Support the Research Platform Director in developing strategy, policies and plant

research programs within the BecA hub.

· Develop and manage the work plan and budget vis-à-vis BRS activities.

· Actively promote BecA hub research and training facilities within the region.

· Advise management on required changes in biosciences research and training

policies, systems and practices.

 

Location: The position will be based in Nairobi, Kenya

 

Essential Skills and Qualifications will include:

· PhD in modern plant biology - molecular biology, biotechnology, biochemistry or

genomic sciences - with broad experience and interest in biosciences research

· In-depth knowledge and experience of a wide range of bioscience technology

including new and advanced applications of modern biology and equipment requirements.

· Extensive experience of the technology transfer/ capacity building in developing

countries and ability to implement and adapt novel technologies to facilitate research.

· Experience in creating new scientific infrastructure to support plant research and

establishing new research projects.

· Record of scientific achievement in plant biological sciences, including publications in

peer-reviewed journals.

· Proven skills in mentoring, training and supervising scientists, postgraduate students

and technicians.

· Strong organizational skills with demonstrated ability to develop, coordinate and

facilitate bioscience training programs.

· Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to maintain excellent working relations with

project leaders, scientists and technical staff.

· We are looking specifically for a person with skills and experience in modern plant

science, including breeding, genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology and requisite

technologies.

 

Terms of Appointment: The initial contract for this position will be for a three year term with

the possibility of extension, subject to satisfactory performance and the availability of funding.

Salary, dependent on experience, will be paid in US dollars. ILRI provides excellent benefits

including employer-paid medical, life and disability insurance and retirement benefits.

Relocation, housing, annual leave travel and education allowances are also provided. On-

site furnished accommodation is provided, subject to availability, or in the absence of suitable

housing on site, a housing allowance.

 

Applications: Applicants should send a cover letter, curriculum vitae and the names and

addresses (including telephone, fax and email) of three professional referees qualifications

and work experience to the Human Resources Manager, ILRI, P.O. Box 30709, Nairobi,

00100, Kenya; Telephone: 254-20-4223000; Fax: 254-20-4223001; e-mail: recruit-

ilri@cgiar.org. The name and reference number of the position for which the application is

made should be clearly marked on the envelopes of mailed, or on the fax or email

applications by 30 May 2008.

 

To find more about ILRI, visit our Website at www.ilri.org

Qualified candidates from African countries, particularly women, are encouraged to apply.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

 

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3.

Project Coordinator - Zoonotic Emerging Infectious Diseases

REF: PC/T3/05/2008

 

We wish to recruit a dynamic, development-focused manager and researcher to play the lead

role in a new collaborative project on improved responses to emerging infectious diseases -

both animal and human - across SE Asia. Based in the region, you will apply your

knowledge and experience in leading and managing multi-disciplinary research teams to

develop and lead research on emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases, help form and

lead our strategic partnerships, and guide our capacity strengthening programs.

 

Who we are

 

At the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) we position our work at the dynamic

interface of poverty alleviation and sustainable livestock livelihoods. We are based in Africa,

and networked globally. We employ more than 700 staff from about 40 countries, who work

in partnerships and alliances with hundreds of organizations in developed and developing

countries, including some of the finest universities and research institutions in the world. Our

headquarters are in Nairobi, Kenya, with a second principal campus in Addis Ababa,

Ethiopia, with staff also based in 7 partner institutions in other parts of Africa, and in Asia. In

SE Asia we have staff based in Hanoi, Bangkok and Jakarta. To find more about ILRI, please

visit our Website at ww.w.ilri.org. We provide a gender and diversity-friendly work

environment, and we particularly encourage women and developing country professionals to

apply.

 

The Project

 

The Project Coordinator will lead and manage a significant new 4-year project that would

apply ecosystem approaches to the better management of zoonotic emerging infectious

diseases (EID) in the South East Asia region. The project will be implemented through a

multi-partner collaboration of national and international research and development agencies,

and will have as its key components: a) development of a consultative process and network

of partners to guide the project agenda and outcomes, b) generation of evidence on zoonotic

EIDs that can inform research priorities and decisions for surveillance, prevention and control

programs, c) development of integrated ecosystem approaches to risk management of EIDs

through health, veterinary, ecological and social approaches, and the associated tools and

methods for stakeholders to better understand, manage and communicate about EIDs, and

d) support to increased capacity of local research and disease control implementers and

decision makers.

 

Your role

 

As Project Coordinator, you would be responsible for leading and supervising all elements of

this 4 year, multi-country project, including

 

· with partners, developing the Project vision and strategy

· development and management of partnerships and communication across project

countries and sites,

· leading and managing a multidisciplinary, multicultural and multi-locational team

addressing emerging infectious diseases, including financial and staff management;

· design and implementation of project components through partners, and overseeing

the delivery of project outputs

· liaising with and project reporting through ILRI´s Headquarter staff located in Nairobi,

Kenya.

 

Your qualifications

 

· A Ph.D. in Human or Animal Health, Livestock Science or a relevant Biological or

Social Science, with a minimum of 5 years of experience post-Ph.D

· Have a track record for conceptual thinking on disease surveillance, health systems,

disease determinants and innovative animal and/or human health interventions in developing

countries

· Be able to commission, interpret and communicate: epidemiological and spatial

models; risk analyses; institutional and socio-economic studies; and impact assessment

· Have demonstrated skills and achievements in building capacity, developing

networks and growing champions who go on to effectively advocate for innovative solutions

· Effectively communicate with and co-ordinate actors from different cultures and

disciplines (health, veterinary, economics, environment) as well as livestock owners and

other project participants

· Have experience in project, staff and financial management, and in donor reporting.

· Strong English language skills, both written and spoken, with a demonstrated record

of publications in professional international outlets. Proficiency in another relevant language

would be an advantage;

· A willingness to travel frequently in developing countries

 

Your appointment

 

Your appointment will be for an initial period of three years, with the possibility of renewal

contingent on your performance and the continuing availability of funding. You will be based

in SE Asia, preferably Hanoi where ILRI has an office, with considerable amount of travel

throughout the region. ILRI offers a competitive remuneration package paid in US dollars,

with benefits comparable to leading international organizations. These include generous

home leave, housing and transportation support, and full medical and life insurance.

 

Applications: Applicants should send a cover letter indicating earliest availability, curriculum

vitae and the names and addresses (including telephone, fax and email) of three referees

who are knowledgeable about the candidate´s professional qualifications and work

experience to the Human Resources Manager, ILRI, P.O. Box 30709-00100, Nairobi Kenya;

Telephone 254-20-4223000; Fax 254-20-4223001; email: recruit-ilri@cgiar.org. The name

and reference number of the position for which the application is made should be clearly

marked on the envelopes of mailed, or on the fax or email applications. Screening of

applications will begin on June 22nd 2008 and will continue until the post is filled. We

particularly encourage qualified women and developing country professionals to apply.

 

 

To find more about ILRI, visit our Website at www.ilri.org

ILRI is an equal opportunity employer and is keen to further diversify its staff in terms of both

gender and nationality.

Qualified women and professionals from developing countries are particularly encouraged to

apply.

 

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4.

Stellenbezeichnung: Berater für Aus- und Weiterbildung Agrarwirtschaft Südkaukasus

Land & Standort: Südkaukasus (Armenien, Aserbaidschan, Georgien) - Tiflis

Das Vorhaben: Die südkaukasischen Länder Armenien, Georgien und Aserbaidschan erlitten

nach der Auflösung der Sowjetunion einen wirtschaftlichen Zusammenbruch. Die Auflösung

der Kollektivlandwirtschaft bewirkte einen dramatischen Rückgang der landwirtschaftlichen

Produktion. In diesen Ländern, welche immer noch von politischer, ökonomischer und

gesellschaftlicher Instabilität geprägt sind, startete das Bundesentwicklungsministerium im

Jahre 2001 die Kaukasusinitiative.

 

In diesem Zusammenhang unterstützt die GTZ den Aufbau neuer Studiengänge und Kurse

für Agrar-Management an Universitäten und anderen Bildungseinrichtungen im

Südkaukasus.

Ziel ist es, lokale Agrarmanager auszubilden, die künftig Fach- und Führungsaufgaben in den

Ländern übernehmen.

 

Ihre Aufgaben:

Von Tifilis aus koordinieren und beraten Sie eigenständig den Aufbau von Studiengängen

des Agrar-Managements. Unterstützt werden Sie hierbei von Ihren nationalen Projekt-Teams

in den 3 Ländern.

Sie beraten ausgewählte Agrar-Universitäten und Agrar-Fachschulen bei der Einrichtung

neuer Studiengänge (Bachelor, Master) und unterstützen die Länder bei der Erstellung

konsistenter Bildungskonzepte für den Agrarbereich.

Sie bauen an den Universitäten Steuerungsgruppen auf und beraten bei den

Veränderungsprozessen. Darüber hinaus koordinieren Sie beteiligte Akteure, wie z.B.

Ministerium für Landwirtschaft, Dekane und Professorenschaft. Sie stellen die Ausrichtungen

der Studiengänge auf die Anforderung der Praxis sicher.

Des Weiteren verantworten Sie die Auswahl qualifizierter Studenten für das Studium an

deutschen Universitäten und Fachhochschulen sowie die Ausbildungsberatung und

Karriereplanung der künftigen Dozenten und Professoren der 3 Länder.

Sie sind eng vernetzt mit den GTZ Programmen in der Region und stimmen sich mit ihnen

ab.

 

Kenntnisse:

Sie sind promovierter Agrarwissenschaftler (oder verwandtes Fach), haben bereits

mehrjährige Erfahrung in einer Leitungsposition im Hochschulwesen und der

agrarbezogenen Ausbildung sowie der Organisationsberatung.

Idealerweise haben Sie auch bereits Expertise in Transformationsländern gesammelt,

können sich leicht kulturellen Gegebenheiten anpassen und handeln mit diplomatischem

Geschick.

Sie treten sicher auf und können überzeugen, sowohl in Deutsch als auch in Englisch.

Russisch - Kenntnisse sind erwünscht.

 

International ist unser Auftrag, multikulturell unsere Arbeitsatmosphäre. Berufliche und

persönliche Weiterentwicklung sind uns ein Anliegen, und der interdisziplinäre Austausch

macht uns erfolgreich. Ob es die täglichen vielfältigen Herausforderungen in einem

Partnerland oder Job-Ticket und hauseigener Kindergarten in der Zentrale in Eschborn sind:

Es gibt Gründe genug, unser motiviertes Team zu verstärken

 

Einsatzzeitraum: August 2008 bis Juli 2010

Bewerbungsfrist: 30 Juni 2008

Weitere Informationen:

www.gtz.de/de/karriere/stellenmarkt/detail_regionen.asp

s%2C+Zentralasien&anzeige=60087529

Kontakt: Frau Christiane Roger

Tel.: +49 61 96 79-6214

e-mail: christiane.roger@gtz.de

Fax: +49 61 96 79-806214

 

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5.

The WorldFish Center, located on the island of Penang, Malaysia, is a world-class scientific

research organization. Our mission is to reduce poverty and hunger by improving fisheries

and aquaculture. We have 16 offices in 13 countries and engage in collaborative research

with our partners in more than 50 countries. The Center is a nonprofit organization and a

member of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR).

Unique opportunities have arisen for gifted individuals to contribute to the mission of the

Center and make a personal impact on the lives of millions of less fortunate people in

developing countries around the world.

REGIONAL PORTFOLIO COORDINATOR

Key Responsibilities:

o Providing substantial contributions to project concept notes and proposals, in

collaboration with other WorldFish staff and national or regional partners;

 

o Conducting background research and literature reviews for specific project concept

notes or proposals;

 

o Coordinating project development activities for the regional portfolio - setting up and

implement systems to track project development opportunities;

 

o Playing a lead role on management of small projects or components of a larger

research projects - coordinating WorldFish involvement for a larger, more complex projects

in collaboration with national and regional partners;

 

o Coordinating with project leaders to monitor progress against project milestones

and document lessons and outcomes of WorldFish collaborations;

 

o Participating in the implementation of WorldFish projects and studies in providing

expert inputs in his or her areas of specialization;

 

o Publishing results of research in peer-reviewed scientific journals, policy magazines

and popular media;

 

o Conducting consultations with national and local partners in the region to attract

specific opportunities for future collaboration;

 

o Preparing progress reports for the portfolio and regional contributions to various

Center plans and reports;

 

o Playing a focal point role for communications about the regional portfolio, including

summary materials on projects underway, regional development plans and outcomes

achieved - coordinating publication and distribution of various media and organizing events

for partners to share outcomes on related research;

 

o Participating in exchange of lessons and best practices through workshops, training

and publications;

 

o Promoting cross-disciplinary and participatory approaches for analyzing institutional

and policy challenges relating to food security and livelihoods; and

 

o Contributing to setting priorities for research and development strategies in the East

and Southeast Asia region.

 

Requirements:

o Masters in Biological Science (Aquaculture / Fisheries/Natural Resource

Management / Zoology / Ecology) with in-depth understanding of social science issues or

Applied Social Science (Applied Economics / Sociology / Geography / Anthropology / Political

Science / Development Policy / Rural Development) with in depth understanding of biological

sciences issues; PhD in any of the mentioned disciplines will be advantageous.

 

o 3 years´ post-graduate professional experience in research and or rural

development;

 

o Candidates with masters of arts or science in any of the above listed subjects with

more than 8 years´ relevant experience can be considered;

 

o Proven project development and fund acquisition capability;

 

o Excellent project management skill;

 

o Good research and analytical skills in areas relevant to regional priorities in

fisheries, natural resources management, aquaculture or social science, as well as

governance and institutional arrangements related to natural resources management and

development;

 

o Proven analytical ability, strong initiative, good judgment and demonstrated

technical competence in required research fields;

 

o High degree of cultural sensitivity and proven record of effective working

relationships in developing countries;

 

o Excellent communication skills - spoken English and writing;

 

o Proficiency in Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Malaysia or Mandarin would be an added

advantage.

 

The WorldFish Center offers a competitive remuneration package, a non-discriminatory

policy and provides an innovative work environment. Interested applicants are invited to

submit a detailed resume that includes a cover letter, names and contacts (telephone, fax,

and e-mail address) of three (3) professional referees who are familiar with the candidate's

qualifications and work experience no later than 18 June 2008 online. This position will be

based at the WorldFish´s headquarters in Penang. Only short-listed candidates will be

notified.

Jun-08

 

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6.

Doktorand/in (UNIVERSITÄT HOHENHEIM)

Bewerbungsfrist: 30.06.2008

 

Am Institut für Landschafts- und Pflanzenökologie der Universität Hohenheim, Fachgebiet

Pflanzenökologie und Ökotoxikologie (Prof. Dr. Andreas Fangmeier) ist im Rahmen des

Graduiertenkollegs 1070 "Sustainable Resource Use in North China" ein DFG-

Promotionsstipendium für die Zeitdauer von drei Jahren zu besetzen.

 

Im Teilprojekt 1.3 " Modeling and Measuring Nitrogen Deposition in the North China Plain"

des Graduiertenkollegs untersuchen wir den Eintrag reaktiver Stickstoffverbindungen in die

Ökosysteme der Nordchinesischen Tiefebene. Ziel des Promotionsverfahrens ist die

Methodenentwicklung für eine kleinräumige Erfassung der N-Deposition.

 

Erwartet wird ein abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium in Agrarwissenschaften, Agrarbiologie,

Biologie oder Umweltwissenschaften. Aufenthalte in China mit Schwerpunkt in Peking und

Umgebung sind Voraussetzung für die Durchführung des Projekts. Sie sollten Teamfähigkeit

mitbringen und interdisziplinär denken können.

 

Ihre Bewerbung richten Sie bitte bis zum 30. Juni 2008 an:

Prof. Dr. Andreas Fangmeier, Universität Hohenheim, Institut für Landschafts- und

Pflanzenökologie, August-von-Hartmannstr. 3, 70599 Stuttgart, Tel.: 0711 459 22189, Email:

afangm@uni-hohenheim.de

 

Weitere Informationen zum Internationalen Graduiertenkolleg 1070 finden Sie unter:

rtgchina.uni-hohenheim.de

 

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7.

Wir suchen im Rahmen des BMBF-Projekts GLOWA Jordan River für das Thema:

"Regional based land evaluation for effluent reuse"

eine/einen

Doktorandin/Doktorand (TVL 13/2)

ab September 2008 für 3 Jahre

 

Problemstellung: Im östlichen Mittelmeerraum ist Wasser eine äußerst knappe Ressource

und wird unter den erwarteten Klimaveränderungen noch knapper werden, so dass deren

Einsatz insbesondere in der bewässerungsbedürftigen Landwirtschaft optimiert werden

muss. In Israel und Jordanien werden daher zunehmend vorgeklärte Abwässer in der

Landwirtschaft eingesetzt, auf der Westbank wird teilweise unkontrolliert mit ungeklärtem

Abwasser bewässert. In den vergangenen 6 Jahren wurden in der Region im Rahmen des

interdisziplinären Forschungsprogramms GLOWA JR grundlegende Untersuchungen zu den

Auswirkungen der Abwasserberegnung auf verschiedene Bodenparameter, wie

Humusdynamik, Verschlämmung, Versalzung und biologische Aktivität sowie auf die

Grundwasserqualität durchgeführt. Daraus wurde eine Methode zur Landeignungsbewertung

für die Abwasserbewässerung entwickelt. Diese Methode soll nun auf ausgewählte

Einzugsgebiete in der Region angewendet werden, um gemeinsam mit Hydrologen,

Landnutzungsplanern und betroffenen Akteuren eine optimierte Wasserzuteilung unter

verschiedenen Klima- und Nutzungsszenarien zu entwickeln.

Aufgaben: Weiterentwicklung der Methode zur Landeignungsbewertung für die

Abwasserbewässerung unter Berücksichtigung der Landnutzung, des Reliefs und

verschiedener Klimaszenarien. Zusammenarbeit mit Hydrologen, Bodenkundlern und

Systementwicklern in Deutschland und in der Region. Teilnahme an workshops in der

Region, um die Projektergebnisse mit den Akteuren zu diskutieren und die Methodik weiter

zu entwickeln.

Voraussetzungen: Die Berwerberin/der Bewerber sollte ein abgeschlossenes

Hochschulstudium haben und über fundierte bodenkundliche Kenntnisse und/oder

Erfahrungen in der Landnutzungsplanung verfügen. Englischkenntnisse und sehr gute

Kommunikationsfähigkeiten sind Voraussetzung; Auslandserfahrungen sind erwünscht.

Bewerbungen bis zum 1.7.2008 bitte an: Weitere Informationen unter

Prof. Dr. Bernd Marschner, www.glowa-jordan-river.de

Geographisches Institut, www.geographie.rub.de/ag/

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Lehrstuhl_Marschner/html/index.htm

44780 Bochum, Tel. 0234-32 22108;

bernd.marschner@rub.de

 

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