Candidate is expected to cover 75% of their salary of funded research, and teach and mentor students making use of professional expertise at the intersection between climate and environmental change, water safety and infectious disease, engineering and practice.
Education and Experience:
Six years of experience in environmental engineering practice. Teaching experience. Success in obtaining grants as PI and co-PI. Scholarly expertise in global public health, infectious disease control, antimicrobial resistance (AMR), and investigation and control of domestic and global WaSH-related diseases outbreaks, particularly in low income countries. Demonstrated interest in research on the effects of extreme weather events on drinking water safety.
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Internal Number: 172227
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