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Vacancies

Current vacancies available at the centre

Head of Communications Global Resilience Partnership

SRC is currently seeking an individual for the position of Head of Communications within the Global Resilience Partnership (GRP). The GRP’s secretariat is based at SRC at Stockholm University. GRP is a platform for both public and private institutions to unite and work to invest in a more resilient future. The Head of Communications will help to build a fresh, engaging and purpose-driven brand that generates collaborative action for resilience-building in some of the most vulnerable parts of the world. Application deadline is 21 September 2018. Read more and apply here

PhD student in Sustainability Science, systemic risks associated with food production and trade

The Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere (GEDB) is a five-year Academy research programme at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. The Programme addresses the economic dynamics of global change and its implications for a sustainable future, and is funded by the Erling-Persson Family Foundation. GEDB is now hiring a PhD student to contribute to the programme's research to map systemic risks associated with food production and trade, investigate links between climate, land use change and financial markets and capital flows. The student will be employed at GEDB, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, but be formally admitted to the PhD programme in Sustainability Science through the Stockholm Resilience Centre. Application deadline 25 October 2018. Read more herePDF (pdf, 586.5 kB)

PhD student in Sustainability Science, human health and the global environment

The Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere (GEDB) is a five-year Academy research programme at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. The Programme addresses the economic dynamics of global change and its implications for a sustainable future, and is funded by the Erling-Persson Family Foundation. GEDB is now hiring a PhD student to contribute to the programme's research on the links between human health and the global environment. The student will be employed at GEDB, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, but be formally admitted to the PhD programme in Sustainability Science through the Stockholm Resilience Centre. Application deadline is 25 October 2018. Read more herePDF (pdf, 486.6 kB)

Related info

We announce PhD positions four times per year. The announcement dates 2018 are: 

2-23 January
2- 23 April
27 August – 17 September
15 October - 5 November

Read more about our PhD programme here

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