Master's Graduate Research Assistant Position

Seeking research assistant for "Building Disaster Resilience Across Supply Chains" project

Position type: Part-time, contract
Term: May 1st, 2024, to August 31st, 2024
Department: Waterloo Climate Institute

The Climate Institute is hiring one interdisciplinary Graduate Research Assistant for the Spring-Summer 2024 term (16 weeks starting May 1st, 2024). The GRA will support the Climate Institute’s Government of Canada funded research project “Building Disaster Resilience Across Supply Chains: A co-produced innovation model for understanding, planning and investing in climate change adaptation”, carried out in partnership with the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction Regional Office for the Americas and the Caribbean, the Private Sector Alliance for Disaster Resilient Societies ARISE Canada, and the Trade Facilitation Office Canada.

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The Waterloo Climate Institute follows the equity policies of the University of Waterloo applied to this position. Interested UWaterloo Masters student should send a half page cover letter and an up-to-date resume/CV to Thy Huynh t29huynh@uwaterloo.ca by March 20th, 2024. Only students registered for the Fall 2024 term will be eligible. GRAs will be paid according to UWaterloo guidelines, and will work an average of 10 hours per week.

Application Details (PDF) - Deadline March 20, 2024 for May 1, 2024 start.


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