Author Topic: Post Doctoral Fellow: Quantitative Groundwater Hydrology  (Read 1038 times)


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The International Water Management Institute ( is a non-profit, scientific organization engaged in research and capacity building activities for developing countries.  Our mission is to overcome poverty through the better management of land and water resources. Working with diverse partners and supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (, IWMI seeks to translate its research findings into actionable recommendations for policymakers, resource managers and poor rural communities.  IWMI is based in Colombo, Sri Lanka and has regional offices in 12 countries in Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. 

If you have obtained a PhD in groundwater hydrology or related field and wish to contribute to improving the management of natural resources in the developing countries of Asia and Africa then a Post-Doctoral position with IWMI could be just the right assignment as you begin your professional career.

Click here for details information about the following:
•   Location
•   Job Purpose
•   Duties and Responsibilities
•   Selection Criteria
•   Salary and Benefits
•   Selection Process

How to Apply:
To apply for this post:
•   Complete application form
•   Attach your résumé.
•   Attach a letter of application, which specifically addresses the selection criteria described above. Please be sure to address each criterion. Include the names and addresses of three professional referees who may be contacted if you are short-listed.
•   Submit online.

Application deadline:  26 July 2010 – or until the position is filled
If you do not receive an automatic acknowledgement email within 24 hours of sending your application, then contact: The Human Resources Office, IWMI, P.O. Box 2075, Colombo, Sri Lanka; Email: 

Selection Process:
There may be telephone interviews for short-listed candidates. Final selection interviews are likely to be held either in Hyderabad, India or Colombo, Sri Lanka (HQ).
For further information visit IWMI -

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