I don’t want to turn New Mandala into a positions vacant column, but I would like to draw attention to two great job opportunities currently being advertised at ANU. In my own section (RMAP) we are advertising for a Research and Teaching Fellow to contribute to our Masters in Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development (MAAPD) program as well as contributing to the development of new Masters level courses relating to society and environment. The job should provide a good mix of research, teaching and program administration. A similar job (also involving teaching and administration in relation to the MAAPD program) is being advertised by the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences. They are particularly looking for someone who can teach a course on the “intersection of development with migration, asylum and refugee issues.”

Full details about the jobs, selection criteria, etc. are available on the ANU website (here and here). Please refer this post to anyone who may be interested! Both jobs will be closely involved with a dynamic and expanding Masters teaching program and, for those with an interest in Southeast Asian studies, ANU is one of the best places to be.