1.1. Funder: UKRI (The United Kingdom Research and Innovation)
1.2. Scheme: GCRF (Global Challenges Research Fund)
1.3. Project: Trade Hub (Trade, Development, and the Environment Hub)
1.4. Lead: UNEP-WCMC (The UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre)
1.5. Objective: To achieve sustainable trade of agricultural and wildlife products
1.6. Target countries: Indonesia, China, Brazil, Tanzania, R Congo, DR Congo, Cameroon, Gabon.
1.7. Role of AIT: MEL (Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning)
Co-investigators: Sylvia Szabo, Takuji W. Tsusaka
Research Fellow: Brighton Nhau
3. Role of SA
To assist Research Fellow with his work related to MEL and other project activities in general on a part-time basis.
- Current AIT students enrolled in Master or Ph.D programs.
- Mainly residing in Thailand.
- At least two years of full-time work experience.
- Good command of English (IELTS 6.5 or above).
- Rate (as per AIT regulations): Master student: B150/hour; Ph.D student: B250/hour
- Maximum hours of work allowed (as per AIT regulations): Master student: 40 hours/month during the semester, 60 hours/month during the intersemester. Ph.D student: 60 hours/month during the semester, 80 hours/month during the intersemester. The workload depends on the student’s availability and the project demand. To be decided with discussions.
6. Additional advantages
Can enrich your CV through
- Gaining knowledge in MEL.
- Gaining experience in a global multinational project.
- An opportunity to be coauthored in publications.
7. How to Apply
- Fill the application form and send it to sylviaszabo[at]ait.ac.th and takuji[at]ait.ac.th
- Deadline: 15th June 2020
- There will be a selection process. Not all applicants will be selected.