>ANNOUNCEMENT OF FACULTY POSITIONS
> Ecological and Natural Resource
>California State University Monterey Bay is a comprehensive state
>university which values academic excellence and the integration of
>learning, working, and residential living within a multicultural and
>interdisciplinary community. The campus is located on scenic and historic
>Monterey Bay in facilities described as a "model of U.S. Base closure and
>reuse" at the former
>Fort Ord Army Base. CSU Monterey Bay is being recognized for its
>multicultural curriculum, commitment to technology, the development of
>learning plans, outcomes-based multidisciplinary programs, innovative
>methods for the delivery of teaching and learning, and community service
>as an integral part of the curriculum.
>The curriculum is student-centered and focused on meeting the educational
>and social needs of the 21st century. Students will demonstrate competency
>in the fields in which they work and study as part of a process to ensure
>educational excellence, relevance, continuous institutional renewal, and
>ongoing assessment of student, faculty, and program quality. CSU Monterey
>Bay is, and will remain, a "pioneering" institution. We are seeking
>faculty, students, and staff persons who will join a small, flexible,
>committed, and excellent academic community.
>Candidates must satisfy university-wide threshold criteria in the
>following areas: raising extramural funds and developing entrepreneurial
>activities, cross-cultural literacy, global competence, service-based
>learning, and technology mastery and advocacy.
>APPOINTMENT AND RESPONSIBILITIES
>CSU Monterey Bay seeks two individuals with transdisciplinary skills in
>ecological and natural resource economics to fill a position in the
>Institute for Earth Systems Science and Policy (ESSP). The ESSP program
>emphasizes a rigorous, transdisciplinary systems approach that links the
>basic earth systems sciences ( e.g. biology, chemistry, ecology,
>engineering, geology, physics, hydrology, atmospheric science) and science
>tools (e.g. mathematics, statistics, modeling, spatial
>analysis/visualization) to one another and to the social, economic and
>political components of the earth system. In addition to an
>interdisciplinary focus, ESSP emphasizes the use of technology and
>multimedia applications to earth systems science and policy education to
>develop workable solutions to complex environmental problems.
>The candidate will be responsible for designing curricula and teaching
>undergraduate courses in Applied Ecological Economics, Environmental
>Policy, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Systems Modeling,
>Adaptive Systems Management. Candidates must have a demonstrated
>achievement in teaching, research, and technological expertise.
>Candidates will be expected to develop an externally-supported research
>program compatible with the focus on integrative, interdisciplinary
>management of natural resources, and a systems approach to the analysis of
>economic and ecological systems. The successful candidate will be expected
>to develop innovative ways of linking economics and policy within the ESSP
>curriculum, develop undergraduate and graduate course curricula, and
>support planning and development of the Institute's graduate programs.
>This individual will also conduct collaborative research with faculty of
>the Institute for Earth Systems Science and Policy and other university
>Institutes and contribute to the University's expertise in the application
>of natural resource economics, ecological modeling, and environmental
>policy. For one position, we will be hiring at the Assistant or Associate
>level. The second position will be a Multi-year Lecturer appointment.
>A Ph. D. or the equivalent is required.
>ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
>We are seeking applicants with a record of exceptional achievement in
>teaching and research.
>The successful candidate will have demonstrated expertise and skill in
>conducting economic analysis as the basis for the development of
>environmental policy, experience in implementing and analyzing
>environmental policy, environmental impact analysis, cost-benefit
>analysis, multiple objective analysis, input-output models, and Stella
>modeling. Experience in ecosystem valuation and management, risk
>assessment and the use of UNIX and geographic information systems
>considered an asset. Successful candidates will be sensitive to, and
>demonstrate interest in teaching students with nontraditional or
>ethnically diverse backgrounds. It is also highly desirable that
>candidates have proficiency in a second language and experience in
>bilingual or multicultural contexts; experience in innovative education;
>technological expertise; and experience in multicultural, cross-cultural,
>or global programs and projects.
>Starting Date: January 1998 (later appointments will be considered)
>Filing Deadline: September 1997
> A complete application must include two (2) copies each of:
> 1. A brief letter summarizing qualification in a manner that
>facilitates review. In particular, explaining how your background
>and experience enable you to the fulfillment of the ESSP
>program and the CSUMB mission (the CSUMB Vision Statement is available on
>the World WideWeb: http://www.monterey.edu, or by writing to the
>address below). Please provide an e-mail address if available.
>Supporting examples of work are unnecessary unless specifically
> 2. A curriculum vitae.
> 3. A list of four (4) references, including telephone numbers.
>Please direct your application to the attention of the Faculty Recruitment
>Office. E-mail applications are encouraged.
>Apply To: ATTN: Faculty Recruitment Office
> California State University, Monterey Bay
> 100 Campus Center
> Seaside, CA 93955
> (408) 582-3569
> CRS (TDD users): 1-800-735-2929
> E-mail: (applications)
>California State University, Monterey Bay is an equal opportunity,
>affirmative action, and ADA employer committed to excellence through
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Kellemes nyaralast (mar aki megengedheti maganak...),
> Job Advertisement
> Greenpeace International is looking for a Nuclear Campaigner
> The objective of the Greenpeace Energy Campaign is to foster the rapid
> development of environmentally sound, renewable energy and conversion
> of energy systems now dependant upon nuclear and fossil fuel energy
> to such alternatives.
> . Work with assigned team(s) to research, develop and achieve the
> objectives, strategies and tactics of the International Nuclear
> . Write and oversee publication of nuclear campaign reports,
> fact sheets, briefings, etc.
> . Plan, co-ordinate and participate in non-violent direct actions
> which effectively communicate the organisation's message
> . Plan and implement political strategies in conjunction with GPI's
> Political Unit. . Plan and co-ordinate international media strategy
> with GP Communications and national offices
> . Help prepare and implement the annual nuclear campaign
> proposal and work-plans.
> . Other nuclear campaign duties as directed
> . Considerable knowledge of Nuclear issues
> . Experience of non-governmental campaigning
> . Excellent organisational and facilitation skills
> . Fluency in English, both written and spoken
> . Ability to work under pressure, to tight deadlines while remaining
> focused and calm
> . Advanced writing skills
> Working Conditions:
> . Based in a Western European Greenpeace office
> . Salary according to salary scales of office
> Closing Date
> To apply for this position, please send your detailed CV together with
> written references to: Greenpeace International, Amelia Domina,
> Keizersgracht 176, 1016 DW Amsterdam, before Thursday 31st July
> (tel. 00 31 20 523 6222, Fax 00 31 20 523 6200
> Special Notes:
> . This is a full-time position
> A complete job description is available upon request.
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