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5 tenure track positions at Helsinki Institutite of Sustainability Science

Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science, HELSUS (, is a new cross-faculty research unit in sustainability science at the University of Helsinki. The mission of the institute is to contribute to sustainability transformations of the societies by means of interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research and education. The research focuses in particular on urban studies, consumption and production, and Global South and Arctic contexts. There are around 50 professors and more than 60 researchers associated to the institute in the HELSUS faculties.   HELSUS is now seeking outstanding candidates for five positions of assistant/associate/full professor in sustainability science (see the descriptions below). The deadline for applications is 3rd  January 2018.   ASSISTANT PROFESSOR / ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR / PROFESSOR (tenure track) in SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE (Sustainable Urban Systems)   ASSISTANT PROFESSOR/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/PROFESSOR (tenure track) in SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE (Sustainable Food Systems)   ASSISTANT PROFESSOR / ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR / PROFESSOR (tenure track) in SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE (Sustainability Transformation in Managing Ecosystem Services)   ASSISTANT PROFESSOR / ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR / PROFESSOR (tenure track) in SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE (Behavioral Change towards Sustainability)   ASSISTANT PROFESSOR / ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR / PROFESSOR IN SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE (SUSTAINABLE LAW, GOVERNANCE AND REGULATION)  

Postdoc in Ireland

A postdoc position is available for three years working on high-frequency monitoring data from lakes and rivers, based in the Marine Institute facility in Mayo, Ireland and employed by Dundalk Institute of Technology (working with  Eleanor Jennings (DkIT) and Elvira de Eyto (MI)) on the BEYOND 2020 project. See

PhD position with ICRA, Spain

We are seeking a highly motivated PhD candidate for the development of chemometric tools for the detection of different compounds in waters matrices, including underground water, drinking water and wastewater. The PhD is the framework of the Industrial Doctorates Plan co-funded by the Catalan Government. It will be carried out in a collaboration between the company, s::can Iberia Sistemas de Medición S.L.U (part of the s::can group a research centre ICRA, Catalan Institute for Water Research, This is an excellent opportunity to join a highly innovative environment that combines the academic supervision of the thesis with the mentoring of the company s::can Iberia as part of an employment contract. The position is for three years. The academic supervisors are Dr Oriol Gutierrez and Dr Wolfgang Gernjak (both ICRA) the industry supervisor is Dr Jordi Raich (s::can Iberia Sistemas de Medición S.L.U.).

More information about the Industrial Doctorate Plan here:

More information and applications here:

Postdoc in Ireland

A new role for postdoc (1.5 years) in Ireland on the COSAINT team on geo-spatial and socio-economic analysis related to cattle access to streams in Ireland with Teagasc/DkIT/UCD/DCU

Postdoc opportunity in Hydrogeology

PostDoc in Earth Sciences, specializing in hydrogeology. University of Gothenburg

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Research Fellow, Water Quality Modelling

We seek an environmental modeller at the Australian Rivers Institute (Griffith University, Nathan Campus) to carry out research and manage a number of model applications for lakes and river basins, focusing attention on harmful algal blooms and generating scenarios to assist with bloom management and water quality restoration.

The role will be multidisciplinary, involving applications of models to integrate physical, chemical and biological processes, as well as interacting with social scientists and economists to extend the reach and relevance of model simulations. The applicant should have demonstrated quantitative skills and have applied models as part of their PhD research. Experience with presenting model outputs and interacting with field practitioners and stakeholders would be valuable. The Australian Rivers Institute within Griffith Sciences is one of Australia's largest university aquatic ecosystem research groups with globally recognised expertise in river, catchment and coastal ecosystems and the interaction with these systems in society. It brings together 150 staff and post-graduate students at the Nathan and Gold Coast campuses. The successful applicant will work in a research team led by Professors David Hamilton and Michele Burford. This team is committed to validating model applications using field and experimental data from lakes and river basins. Enquiries to David Hamilton ( See: for more information.