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Professor of Environmental Planning and Management 0.4 FTE, Delft, the Netherlands
Environmental planning is an increasingly complex process - planners are faced with deep uncertainties, with many actors with different perspectives and interests and within an often very dynamic environment. The successful candidate will have expertise in environmental planning and management, and be specifically qualified in policy analysis, strategic planning, planning under uncertainty, and/or environmental / strategic impact assessment. He/she should be a qualified scientist with practical experience preferably also in the Global South. The candidate must have a clear and critical vision on the role that environmental planning and management approaches and tools play in achieving sustainable development to effectively lead our strongly committed team. The successful candidate will facilitate the acquisition of educational, capacity building and research projects in developing countries and countries in transition. He/she will contribute to education, research and capacity development within the Department of Integrated Water Systems and Governance, collaborating with other academic departments within the Institute and with partner institutions. The successful candidate will have the competencies and expertise to work at the intersection of engineering/modelling and the social and political components of environmental planning and management. He/she should be eager to work on interdisciplinary topics with experts from multiple research groups and disciplines, including social scientists, economists, hydrologists, water engineers and aquatic ecologists.

The position is part of the cooperation between IHE Delft and Delft University of Technology. The successful candidate will also be appointed as professor (0.0 fte) at DUT’s Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management.

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