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Oxford Net Zero Is Recruiting Fellows!

Feb 4, 2021

We are delighted to announce several new roles as part of the new Oxford Net Zero Initiative. The University is investing £2.2m in this transformative new programme, bringing together its world-leading expertise across Geography, Physics, Economics, Biology, Law, Anthropology and Earth Sciences to address the critical issue of how the world can reach net zero emissions and halt global warming.

We are looking to appoint:

Four Net Zero Fellows:

Two research posts within the Initiative:

Programme Manager:

We particularly welcome applications from those in under-represented groups at Oxford, and are able to offer flexible working for those who need it.

Please access the individual role descriptions for specific details. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement and a CV as part of your application.

The closing date for all posts is 12.00 midday 1 March 2021

See all roles here.

 

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