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Research Fellows, Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Islamabad

Please note: deadline for applications is May 20.


The Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI), a non-government 
public interest research institute, requires two Research Fellows, 
one for its program on Sustainable Energy and the other for the pro-
gram on Health and Population. The Research Fellows will be required 
to undertake original research in their program areas; formulate, 
manage and administer research projects; solicit funds for the pro-
gram; organize research conferences and workshops for dissemination 
of research output; edit, compile and publish research papers and 
monographs; deliver training courses; give advice to the government, 
donors and private organizations; and represent the institute at na-
tional and international forums.

Candidates for these positions should possess PhD in a related disci-
pline, minimum 5 years post PhD experience in a similar position, 
willingness and ability to enhance the institute's funding, excellent 
written and oral communication skills, and computer skills adequate 
for the posts.

SDPI offers a congenial research environment with competitive salary 
package and benefits. Appropriately qualified persons may respond 
with a detailed CV and three references to:

The Chair
Recruitment Committee, SDPI
PO Box 2342, Islamabad

not later than May 20, 2001. Only short-listed candidates will be 

SDPI is an equal opportunity employer. Women are especially encour-
aged to apply.

Sophia Huyer
Women in Global Science and Technology
and Once and Future Action Network
P.O. Box 145
623 Brimley Road
Grafton, Ontario, Canada K0K 2G0
Tel: +1-905-349-9962
Fax: +1-905-349-2066

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