Vacancies

Climate Change

We are hiring!

FULL-TIME RESEARCHERS

Apply only if you:

(a) Have excellent skills in written and spoken English.

(b) Are interested-in and enthusiastic-about addressing issues related to climate change

(c) Enjoy serious academic research.

(d) Have a Master’s degree preferably in Urban Planning/Disaster Management/ Sustainability Studies/Architecture or related programs from a recognised university in India or abroad.

OR

Have a Bachelor’s degree preferably in Urban Planning/Disaster Management/Sustainability Studies/Architecture or related programmes from a recognised university in India or abroad, but have meaningful work-experience in a policy/ research/ academic environment.

(e) Are comfortable working with MS Office (Word and PowerPoint), and, in addition, are willing to learn other computer programmes/suites.

(f) Enjoy making presentations, meeting people, working in a team, and undertaking advocacy on maritime issues.

(g) Are liberal-minded and open to fresh ideas, processes and procedures.

In order to apply:

Please send us (by attachments to an email addressed to maritimeindia@gmail.com and cc to directorgeneral.nmfindia@gmail.com and execdir.nmf@gmail.com) the following:

(a) Your CV, including the following details:

(i) Your name in full (Please use lower-case letters for your First/Middle/Given name(s) and upper-case [capital] letters to indicate your Surname)

(ii) Your father’s or your mother’s name.

(iii) Your current address.

(iii) Your scholastic record (start with your most recent details/ particulars and move chronologically backwards)

(iv) Your extra-curricular record (start with your most recent details/ particulars and move chronologically backwards)

(v) Anything else that you would like us to know about you.

(b) A recent ‘high-resolution’ (the image must be at least 600 pixels x 600 pixels at 300 dpi) passport-sized (width: 3.5 cm, Height: 4.5 cm) colour-photograph.

(c) A sample of your own (original) writing-skills, by way of an unpublished article of 800 to 1000 words, on any issue related to resilience of coastal cities related to climate change.

IPRD 2020

We regret to inform you that the 2020 edition of                                            The Indo-Pacific Regional Dialogue stands cancelled