The Regional Resource Centre for Asia and the Pacific (RRC.AP) at the Asian Institute of Technology is recruiting a research intern to support air & atmospheric pollution research and data analysis.
Location: Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
Deadline to apply: 8 May 2019
Expected Start date: 13 May 2019
Expected duration: 2 months
Under the supervision of the Air and Atmospheric Pollution Cluster team, the intern will carry out activities in collaboration with other staff within at RRC.AP, in the following areas:
• Analysis and plotting graphs of air pollution data.
• Literature survey and drafting of synthesis report on impacts of air pollution in the region.
• Provide other assistance to the team as needed during the internship period.
• Masters or Ph.D. (completed or in progress) in environmental science/ environmental engineering/environmental management
• Considerable experience in analysis and plotting graphs of environmental data (preferably air pollution) and research publication
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• High proficiency in English, both written and spoken.
• Basic understanding of air pollution
• Good interpersonal skills and a collaborative mindset, with experience working or studying in a multicultural environment.
Please note that the above list of responsibilities is indicative and the selected candidate may be asked to work in other areas if needed. We work in a collaborative way and everyone does a bit of everything, so flexibility is highly appreciated (by this we don’t mean making coffee or making copies).
Please note this is an unpaid position. However, the office can provide assistance to the selected candidate during visa application processes and in searching for accommodation.
The Regional Resource Centre for Asia and the Pacific (RRC.AP) at the Asian Institute of Technology assists countries to advance their environment and sustainable development goals through the provision of capacity-building, knowledge sharing, policy advice, and research in the thematic areas of Climate Change, Air and Atmospheric Pollution, and Waste Management.