New Fellow Wanted

We are looking for a new research fellow for the position on Transforming the Bavarian Forest: Socio-ecological Crises, Community Resilience, and Sustainability from a Historical Perspective.


The Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society (LMU Munich) is seeking a highly motivated Early Stage Researcher (ESR) to undertake doctoral studies and participate in a broad range of scientific and professional training as part of an H2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network on Resourceful and Resilient Community Environmental Practice (RECOMS). 

The successful candidate will be employed with normal social security coverage by the host institution and will receive all the benefits provided for in the MSCA-ITN early career fellowship regulations, including a highly competitive remuneration, living allowances and mobility expenses. They will be enrolled for doctoral study at no additional cost. 

For further information on the vacancy and details of how to apply please see here

Deadline for applications: November 23rd 2018.

More about RECOMS:

Funded by the European Commission (2018-2022), RECOMS is comprised of a transdisciplinary consortium of scientists, practitioners and change agents from eleven public, private and non-profit organisations, located in six European Union countries: Austria, Belgium, England, Finland, Germany and The Netherlands. The purpose of RECOMS is to train 15 Early Stage Research (ESR) Fellows in innovative, transdisciplinary and transformative approaches to promoting and facilitating resourceful and resilient community environmental practice. A core feature of RECOMS - with respect to informing the design and delivery of all the training, as well as enabling and maximising opportunities for knowledge exchange through research and associated outputs - is the incorporation and advancement of a broad range of visual and creative research methods and modes of communication

In addition to engaging in a series of collaborative research and training activities, recruited ESRs will be supported in pursuing a doctoral study project. If you are highly motivated; inspired by learning and undertaking innovative research, thinking and knowledge exchange across disciplines, institutional boundaries and wider society; and wish to be part of an advanced, international, transdisciplinary network specialising in resourceful and resilient community environmental practice, then this vacancy could be the ideal appointment for you.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 765389.