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Each week, CSEAS staff share prominent job openings for Southeast Asia regional professionals. Interested in sharing a job opportunity with us? Email us at cseas@hawaii.edu. Opportunities are removed from this page after their deadline has passed and new jobs are added bi-weekly to our email newsletter. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of the page to see opportunities that have variable deadlines or are “open until filled”. Other Job Search Resources:

Resident Lecturer in Ecosystems and Livelihoods, Cambodia – Start date no later than July 15

The School for Field Studies program on Conservation, Ethics, and Environmental Change, located in Cambodia seeks an enthusiastic, team-oriented individual to serve as part of a team of faculty and staff that delivers an interdisciplinary, hands-on learning experience to students spending a semester abroad.

SEA cultural anthropology full-time instructor position Northern Illinois University. Apply by March 15

Expected Instructor Start Date: August 19, 2019

Associate Professor, Int’l Relations, Australian National University – Apply by Mar 17

The Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs forms part of the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific and is dedicated to research, education, and policy engagement relating to both international and Asia Pacific politics, security, diplomacy, and strategic affairs.

Lecturers (Temp), History (Various Fields), UC Berkeley – Next review date March 22

The Department of History at the University of California, Berkeley invites applications for a pool of qualified temporary instructors to teach courses primarily in various areas of History, as outlined below, should an opening arise. Screening of applicants is ongoing and will continue as needed. The number of positions varies from semester to semester, depending on the needs of the department. Positions may range from 16% to 100% time, which would translate to 1 to 6 courses over a two semester academic year.

Multicultural Studies Scholar-in-Residence, Lenoir-Rhyne University – Application reviews begin March 30

Multicultural Studies Scholar in Residence General Description Lenoir-Rhyne University seeks candidates to serve as the Lineberger Multicultural Studies Scholar in Residence for fall 2019. This position, sponsored by the Lineberger Center for Cultural and Educational Renewal and the Office of Multicultural Affairs, is intended to provide the candidate with a one-semester opportunity to cultivate a significant research project as well as develop their teaching portfolio.

Scholar-in-Residence Fellowship 2019, Center for Khmer Studies – Deadline: March 31

The CKS Scholar-in-Residence Fellowship program offers one long-term fellowship annually to support and encourage top-quality research and writing on the history, politics, economics, and other topics related to Cambodia, as well as to promote and facilitate interdisciplinary knowledge exchange among scholars and practitioners at the Center for Khmer Studies (CKS).

Postdoctoral Fellow: Human Rights, Transitional Justice/Advocacy, and US-Vietnam War, University of Dayton – Deadline: April 15, 2019

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ERC Research Fellow/Research Associate in ‘Visual Histories of occupation in 20th century Asia’, U of Nottingham – Deadline: April 10

Applications are invited for the above post based at the Department of History in the School of Humanities. The successful applicant will be joining the ERC-funded ‘Cultures of Occupation in Twentieth Century Asia’ (COTCA) Project, led by Dr Jeremy E. Taylor. Details about the COTCA Project can be found at: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/research/groups/cotca/index.aspx

Postdoc Fellow, Human Rights Center (Vietnam War focus), University of Dayton, Ohio – Apply by April 15

This position is based in the Human Rights Center (HRC) to conduct research on transitional justice and advocacy relating to the US-Vietnam War.

Lecturer, Religious Studies (preference in Asia-Pacific Region), Victoria University of Wellington – Deadline: April 21

The successful candidate will have a PhD in a relevant field, demonstrated excellence in teaching, commitment to public engagement, a developing research profile, and facility in relevant languages. Area of research specialisation is open, but preference may be given to applicants with expertise in the Asia-Pacific region. Teaching duties include contributing to introductory and upper level courses, and the successful candidate is expected to supervise MA and PhD research on a broad range of topics relevant to the position.

Instructor for Junior Resident Fellows Program, Center for Khmer Studies – Deadline: April 30

Duration: From July 01st to August 09th, 2019 Deadline of application: April 30th, 2019 The “Junior Resident Fellows Program” is an intensive 6-week study program for American, French and Cambodian undergraduates. It will take place from July 01st to August 09th, 2019 at the CKS Headquarters located in Wat Damnak, Siem Reap, and CKS Second Office in Phnom Penh (for two weeks).

Assistant Professor, History, Gannon University, Pennsylvania – Deadline: Open until filled

Gannon University’s College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences invites applications for a nine-month, teaching track assistant professor position in the Department of History and Archaeology to begin August 2019. Requirements include an earned doctorate and a demonstrated teaching excellence in higher education. The successful candidate must be able to contribute to teaching the department’s core offerings in World History, History without Borders and elective classes in their area of specialization. Applicants with interest in non-United States history are preferred as are candidates with an interest in co-advising our longstanding Model UN program.

Asia Program Manager, Yale Young Global Scholars – Open til filled

The Yale Young Global Scholars Program (YYGS, http://globalscholars.yale.edu) is the premier summer academic enrichment and leadership training program of its kind for talented high school students from around the world. Enrolling over 2,500 high school students through a highly competitive application process, YYGS participants represent more than 100 countries and all 50 U.S. states.

Part-time Online Teaching Positions, Ivy Youth Education Group – Rolling deadlines

Ivy Youth is a international education group dedicated to online education that connects university professors to high school students from all over the world. We invite applicants for our Global Independent Study/Research Project Programs in a variety of disciplines. A successful candidate will teach a 12-week online course.

Fisheries Scientist, Oceana Philippines – Open til filled

The Fisheries Scientist will play a substantive role on Oceana Philippines’ team working to secure improvements in fisheries management and marine conservation. He or she will research key issues and prepare reports, serve as a subject matter expert for our campaigns, as well as lead or assist in various policy initiatives. The Fisheries Scientist will have extensive contact with research scientists and representatives of government agencies and other stakeholders.

Chairperson, Department of History, University of Delaware – Open Until Filled

The Department of History invites applications and nominations for the position of Department Chair, beginning fall semester 2019. Department chairs at the University of Delaware serve five-year terms with the possibility of renewal. The Chair will lead a department of 30 full-time faculty with approximately 300 undergraduate majors as well as a graduate program that averages fifty masters and doctoral students.

Documentary Arts Asia, Thailand Unpaid Internships in documentary photo, film, editing, curating, teaching & more – Variable Deadlines

Internships with Documentary Arts Asia are a great way to kick-start your career. Internships with DAA give very real experiences and exposure to the documentary world. Interns are given high levels of responsibility and complete real tasks they can be proud of and put on their CV’s in the future.