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All SAGES posts are currently filled. Information on SAGES appointed staff can be found on the SAGES appointees page.
Opportunities still exist each year for SAGES members or SAGES Associate studentships. Please send note of membership interest stating interest area and an updated CV to email:SAGES Administrator, Carol Thomson .
Vacancies external to SAGES
As part of a large network of organisations and people working in the climate change field the SAGES office oftens receives information about positions vacant both in Scotland and abroad which may be of interest to SAGES members. If you are interested in any of the vacancies below please go to the respective weblink for more information._____________________________________________________________________________________________________
NEWLectureship in Environmental Geography
School of Geography & Geosciences, University of St Andrews, Scotland.
Building on a new programme of strategic staff investment in environmental geography which saw the appointment of two new lecturing staff earlier this year, the Department of Geography and Sustainable Development now wishes to appoint a further Lectureship in environmental geography. We seek applications from candidates with, or who are close to achieving, a PhD in natural, field-based science, with expertise in understanding human impacts on natural processes and resources, and who are committed to supporting integrative research and teaching in geography and sustainable development that operates across social and natural science boundaries. We anticipate that the appointee will work closely with social science colleagues in geography and sustainable development in order to further strengthen our capacity to understand the risks to resilient, self-reliant and sustainable communities posed by anthropogenic environmental change.
Informal enquiries can be made to Professor Colin Hunter, Tel +44(0)1334 464017, Email: email@example.com or Professor Allan Findlay, Tel +44(0)1334 464011, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively Click on Vacancy Reference ME1480 to apply.
Closing date: 16 JULY 2013