Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Job Opening: China Environment Forum Program Associate
China Environment Forum
Program Associate Announcement
We are pleased to announce that the China Environment Forum is hiring a Program Associate! We are currently looking for applicants with a Master’s degree in the social sciences or environmental sciences focused on China. Qualified individuals would work with the China Environment Forum Director to develop a wide range of initiatives on China’s environmental challenges, including U.S.-China energy relations, water-energy confrontations in China and in neighboring countries, and issues related to the environmental impact of China’s overseas investments.
Please refer to the full announcement (link below) for all of the position’s qualifications and duties.
Please be sure to carefully follow all of the application instructions in the announcement on the Wilson Center’s website instead of copies of the announcement from third party sources. Applicants who do not follow the guidelines and requirements as outlined on Wilson Center’s original job announcement cannot be guaranteed that their application will be fully considered. Thus, if you do send this information on to third parties, PLEASE include the link directing them to the original PDF announcement on the Wilson Center’s website.
Applicants, please also note in your cover letter how you heard about this opening.
The position closes on October 15, so all applications must be received by that date. Application materials can be submitted to email@example.com or to the address at the end of the announcement.
The job announcement PDF may be found here:
Feel free to send this along to anyone who you think is qualified and interested!
For the past two years year, China Environment Forum meetings, research, and publication activities have been supported by Skoll Global Threats Fund, Vermont Law School, The Walt Disney Company, USAID, Hewlett Foundation, Blue Moon Fund, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and the Energy Foundation.