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Project Manager and Communications Officer
Pau Costa Foundation
Pau Costa Foundation (PCF) is a non-profit international organization advocating a profound change in the perception of landscape fire by the general public, spreading the knowledge on fire ecology, facilitating fire management at landscape level and bridging the gap between research, practitioners and society. We also aim to serve as an information coordination platform and contact point to exchange and transfer knowledge in the field of fire ecology research and operational fire management.
The selected candidate will work in close collaboration with the Project and Communications areas, giving support to the project management and communication actions to be implemented according to the Communication and Dissemination work package of the projects. S/he will have the key role in the management and development of European projects, and in ensuring that the projects inform public knowledge

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Project Support Officer
European Forest Institute
Key responsibilities will include:
The Project Support Officer will be required to provide effective and efficient administrative support on selected research projects. Tasks will include:
• Support the effective implementation of grant management including launch and award processes.
• Monitor progress of activities to ensure grant holders are implementing grants in accordance with agreed objectives.
• Work in close cooperation with colleagues and project partners to provide support to grant holders in relation to the administration of awarded grants.
• In close collaboration with a project manager, provide support to administrative processes, such as preparing periodic project reports and organising project meetings.
Tenure track assistant/associate professor of fire ecology
University of Idaho
The College of Natural Resources at the University of Idaho is recruiting a tenure-track assistant or associate professor focusing on Fire Ecology and Management in support of the Fire Ecology and Management program, Forestry, and Rangeland Conservation programs, and other undergraduate and graduate programs in the Department of Forest, Rangeland and Fire Sciences, and College of Natural Resources. The tenure-track position and faculty member will support University of Idaho’s Land Grant mission with teaching and advising (45%), scholarship (40%), outreach and Extension (10%) and University Service (5%). The faculty member will conduct research related to fire ecology, with an emphasis on the ecological effects of fire, and the implications for long-term health and sustainability of key ecosystem goods and services from fire-prone ecosystems. The faculty member will publish in peer-reviewed journals, present findings to scientists and managers at professional conferences, and actively seek external competitive funding to support this research. The faculty member will work collaboratively within the department, college and university, and with external stakeholders (e.g., government and nongovernmental organizations, other universities, and industries). In these and other ways, the faculty member will develop and maintain a nationally recognized research and outreach program.

Position is open until filled; application review begins October 24, 2022. Please contact the Search Committee Chair Dr. Eva Strand with questions
Public Safety Senior Industry Marketing Manager
As a member of the industry solutions team, you'll use your creativity, marketing expertise, and project management skills to develop, manage, and execute strategic industry marketing campaigns. You'll partner with key internal stakeholders to ensure the successful planning and execution of focused campaigns, community building activities, and industry relations campaigns to ensure campaign goals and KPIs are met in key markets.
Editorial Board Member for the "Fire Social Science" Section of the journal Fire
We are currently recruiting Editorial Board Members for the new "Fire Social Science" Section of the journal Fire. If you are an active researcher in this field, with a sustained track-record of scholarly contributions to fire social science, and are passionate about publishing cutting-edge research, please find me at the conference or contact us by sending a copy of your CV and reasons for wanting to pursue this (unpaid) role via email to

Fire (ISSN: 2571-6255) is an international open access journal pertaining to the science, policy, and technology of fires and their interactions with communities and the environment. To develop a forum for the advancement of social science theory and applications associated with fires, we are pleased to announce the addition of a new Section.

The main aim of the Section “Fire Social Science” is to serve as a forum for the advancement of social science theory and applications associated with fires. This Section will consider articles that provide significant insights into the interactions between fire and individuals, communities, and society, broadly defined. We welcome contributions from any social science discipline as well as related interdisciplinary research. Articles that include the development and application of social science survey instruments will be considered in this Section. While theory-based, as well as qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-methods research will be considered, we particularly encourage articles based on rich empirical research. As Fire aims to address an international audience, submitted articles must advance established knowledge by drawing on, extending, or bridging a demonstrated gap in published international fire social science scholarship.

You can read the short editorial I recently published on the Section website (link below), which outlines the importance of fire social science and sets the agenda for the Section.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow - 4 years, Australia
Western Sydney University
A 4-year Fellowship in Sydney Australia, with a generous salary and research start-up funds. Build your own research program in fire science, including conservation, modelling, field ecology working in the Blue Mountains region west of Sydney. Western Sydney University, and its Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, is ranked 13th globally and first in Australia for Ecology (Shanghai Rankings). More information about this job is available at the link below. If you have a track record of publishing your work in quality journals, please consider applying:

Ref 5418/22 Research Theme Fellow - Environment and SustainabilityRef 5418/22 Research Theme Fellow - Environment and Sustainability, Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Research, Enterprise & International)
Scientific Officer
Federal office of the environnement
Biotic field in forest protection and health
Federal Office of the Environment
Traineeship to support the section forest protection and forest health - biotic and abiotic fields.
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