Scientific and internationally oriented development of Material Flow Analysis (MFA) approaches of the built environment in a spatial planning context
The Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development e.V. (IOER) in Dresden advertises the following position to be filled at the earliest possible date, as a fixed-term work contract for three years:
Material Flow Analysis of Built Environment
Research Associate TV-L E-13 (40 hours per week)
The Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER) in Dresden is an establishment of the Leibniz Association for research in the spatial sciences focusing on ecological aspects of sustainable development. The advertised position is allocated to the research area "Resource Efficiency of Settlement Structures"
Scientific and internationally oriented development of Material Flow Analysis (MFA) approaches of the built environment in a spatial planning context.
It covers inter alia: the exploration and systematic development of material composition indicators for buildings and infrastructures, questions of efficient infrastructure provision, circular economy, urban and regional material flow analyses considering urban-rural linkages.
Expected skills and competences:
We expect a candidate with an excellent master degree in waste management, civil engineering, architecture, spatial planning or with corresponding references to the range of tasks. A candidate with a PhD or several years of professional experience in interdisciplinary research will be preferred. The position allows to further qualify own scientific competences. We expect a high proficiency in English.
We particularly invite women to submit their applications. Applications of disabled persons with a comparable qualification will be considered as priority
Please submit your complete application documents using the keyword "MFA" to the following address by 25th August 2017:
Leibniz-Institut für ökologische Raumentwicklung e.V.
Personalbüro (keyword: MFA)
Weberplatz 1, 01217 Dresden / Germany