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Senior Officer for Community Relations Division: Apply by June 24

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) was founded in 1967 with the purpose of promoting regional cooperation in Southeast Asia, in the spirit of equality and partnership and thereby contribute towards peace, progress and prosperity in the region. ASEAN comprises ten (10) countries in Southeast Asia. It was proclaimed a Community through the “Kuala Lumpur Declaration on ASEAN 2025: Forging Ahead Together”, signed by the Leaders of ASEAN Member States at the 27th ASEAN Summit in 2015.
The ASEAN 2025 calls for the ASEAN Community to forge ahead together, and to work towards building a community that is politically cohesive, economically integrated and socially responsible.
The ASEAN Secretariat was established in 1976 by the Foreign Ministers of ASEAN with the basic function of providing greater efficiency in the coordination of ASEAN organs and for more effective implementation of ASEAN projects and activities. It is also envisioned to be the nerve center of a strong and confident ASEAN Community that is globally respected for acting in full compliance with its Charter and in the best interest of its people.
In line with the ASEAN 2025 and the key aspirations of the three ASEAN Community pillars, namely: Political Security Community, Economic Community and Socio-Cultural Community, supported by the Department
of Community and Corporate Affairs, the ASEAN Secretariat is inviting qualified ASEAN Nationals to apply for the position of Senior Officer Community Relations Division.
More info, go to website [new window]

SPAFA is seeking to fill TWO RESEARCHER POSITIONS (Application deadline: 26 June 2022)

Qualification and Experiences
1. Southeast Asian (ASEAN + East Timor) national.
2. Preferably a Master’s Degree in a field related to the Centre’s mandate (e.g. archaeology, anthropology, art history, museology, performing arts, visual arts, cultural heritage, cultural resource management, etc.)
3. Proficiency in academic writing and communication in English. Proficiency in other languages is an asset.
4. At least two years experience working in a related or relevant field, with familiarity in one or more areas of the Centre’s mandate.
5. Ability to plan, develop and implement projects.
6. Computer literacy skills and familiarity with a range of office software.
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Lecturer in Archaeological Science, Australian National Univ. Apply by 10 July.

The School of Archaeology and Anthropology (College of Arts and Social Sciences) at the Australian National University seeks a full-time Level B Lecturer in Archaeology Science. The ideal candidate has a track record of excellence in archaeological research and has evidence of research at the leading edge of at least one sub-discipline within archaeological science. The successful candidate will contribute to the excellence of the School’s archaeological teaching programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, especially within archaeological science, and should complement current disciplinary strengths. It is also expected the successful candidate will be a lively part of campus life by contributing to service roles and engagement across colleges in research and teaching.
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Lecturer in Twentieth-Century International History at University of Leeds. Apply by July 14, 2022

The School of History at the University of Leeds is seeking a full-time Lecturer working on the international history of the twentieth century. The candidate will carry out research and teaching in twentieth-century international history. They can expect to teach at all levels of the undergraduate programme. They will take the lead in developing new and innovative teaching relating to their research expertise, both through the development of their own portfolio of modules and via contributions to existing team-taught courses and programmes. They will contribute to all the undergraduate programmes, with a particular focus on the BA International History and Politics programme. They will contribute to relevant MA programmes, including the MA in Modern History. They will supervise research students and take on appropriate administrative duties within the School, Faculty and University.
More info, go to University of Leeds’ website [new window]

Librarian (Okinawan Studies Librarian) at UH Manoa Library: Deadline: Continuous: Application review begins July 20, 2022

The University of Hawai‘i at Manoa Library seeks an innovative, collaborative, and service-oriented librarian to join a team of library and information professionals. Under the general direction of the Asia Collection Department Chair, the Librarian for Okinawan Studies will work collaboratively to lead in collection development and management of all materials in all formats related to Okinawan studies, provide research assistance, and library instruction. In addition, the librarian will liaise with the Center for Okinawan Studies (COS) to initiate national and international resource sharing collaborations, international symposia, rare materials preservation, restoration and digitization, web site development, and fundraising and outreach with the Okinawan community.
More info, go to Career Opportunities at the UHM’s webpage [new window]

Two Lecturers in Political Science, International Relations, or other related subfields, at Thammasat University. Open to non-Thai nationals only. Apply by 31 July.

The Thammasat University is seeking two lectures in Political Science, International Relations, or other related subfields (non-Thai nationals only). Visit the University’s website [new window] to see the qualifications and required documents.

Senior Program Manager, Southeast Asian Studies

This position will have a primary focus on Southeast Asia and will be responsible for overseeing the MacMillan Center Southeast Asia Studies Council’s many programs and events, as well as supporting key faculty in building out the council’s strategy. Additionally, this role will oversee the launch of the Program for Burmese Democracy & Federalism, which will host Burmese scholars and activists and collaborate with Burmese organizations (both in Myanmar and in exile). This role will also be responsible for supporting fundraising proposals and overseeing existing funding and grants.
More info, go to Careers at Yale’s website [new window]

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