We are hiring!
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.
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 email@example.com and cc to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.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(c) A sample of your own (original) writing-skills, by way of an unpublished article of 800 to 1000 words, on any issue related to resilience of coastal cities related to climate change.