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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Department of Geography

Tenure-Track Position in Geography

The Department of Geography at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel invites applications for a tenure-track position in geography, starting July 1, 2023. The Hebrew University is the leading university in Israel. The Department of Geography caters to a broad range of interests within the discipline. Graduate studies are organized around focused specializations such as urban planning, environmental policy and management, and geoinformatics.

As a faculty member of the Geography Department the applicant will join an outstanding department with a strong tradition of excellence in research, as well as teaching and public involvement. The appointment at the Hebrew University allows multiple opportunities to collaborate with colleagues from social sciences, natural sciences and the humanities, and to engage with the complex city of Jerusalem. We are looking for excellent candidates in the following areas; urban geography and planning; environmental planning and policy, and Geoinformatics. While current departmental needs are in these areas, we will also favourably consider outstanding candidates in other areas of human geography.
Applicants must hold a Ph.D. degree at the time of hire; demonstrate an active research program, indicating the potential for outstanding scholarship. The person hired will teach introductory and advanced courses in Geography and in areas of their specialization. He/she will also be expected to supervise students at the Master and PhD level and to contribute to departmental and university service. No ability to teach in Hebrew is required but successful candidates will be expected to teach courses in Hebrew within a few years of their arrival.
Appointment procedures will be conducted in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Hebrew University and are subject to the approval of the university authorities. The university is not obliged to appoint any of the candidates who apply for the position.
Applications should be submitted via the following website:
Applications should include the following documents (each in a separate file) in English:

Curriculum Vitae (including e-mail address) and list of publications with ISI impact factors and journal rankings. Please present books, articles in refereed journals, chapters in books, other publications, as separate items.
Names, addresses and email addresses of three potential referees.
Scientific biography outlining research and teaching interests and research plans for the forthcoming years.
List of required and elective courses able to teach.
A letter of application stating your willingness to take the position, starting July 2023.
Copies of up to 4 recently published articles.

Applications will be accepted until October 1, 2022

For further inquiries please contact:
Professor Noam Levin < >


Career Opportunities: Graduate Assistant in urban geography and complex systems (19442)
Requisition ID 19442

The University of Lausanne (UNIL) is a higher teaching and research institution composed of seven faculties where nearly 15,000 students and 5,000 collaborators, professors, and researchers work and study. Ideally situated along the lake of Geneva, near Lausanne’s city center, its campus brings together over 120 nationalities.

The Institute of Geography and Sustainability (IGD) seeks to fill a position of Graduate Assistant in Urban geography and complex systems. This position is linked to the research group of Prof. Celine Rozenblat (Cities and Dynamics of Networks group: CITADYNE) and the Urban Matters collective of IGD.

The IGD is an interdisciplinary community of about 130 academics that work in the fields of Geography and Sustainability. With 27 professors and lectures, and more than 60 PhD students and Post-docs, the department offers a vibrant, stimulating environment for cutting-edge research. It hosts regular lecture series and distinguished guest researchers from around the world.

Job information
Expected start date in position : 01.09.2022

Contract length : 1 year, renewable 2 x 2 years, maximum 5 years
Activity rate : 80%
Workplace : University of Lausanne, Institute of Geography and Sustainability, Lausanne, Switzerland

Your responsibilities
The successful candidate will develop personal research leading to a PhD in geography of urban systems and networks. The approach would be linked to urban systems through evolutionary city theory and evolutionary economic geography: multi-level and multidimensional conceptualization as well as autonomous creation. Interest in comparative analysis: statistical capabilities, network analysis, design and organization of massive geo-localized relational databases.

The successful candidate will devote at least half of their working time (i.e., at least 40% out of the total 80%) to their PhD research, with the remaining time reserved for supporting research and teaching of Prof. Celine Rozenblat in the fields of urban geography (Bachelor level) as well as in socio-economic clusters in the strategies of cities within globalization (Master level).

Your qualifications
The successful candidate is expected to have earned a Master degree (or equivalent) in “Urban geography” or “Spatial analysis” or “Regional and urban economy” or “Urban sociology”. A high-level understanding of multi-level urban systems and statistics is essential.

Proficiency in English and good level in French are expected (French is the teaching language at UNIL as well as the main idiom of interaction within IGD.)

What the position offers you
We offer a stimulating work environment and atmosphere, with dedicated support for developing an academic career. Members of our research groups become part of international networks and benefit from opportunities to attend conferences and workshops around the world.

We offer an excellent remuneration package and additional funds for fieldwork and conferences. Different formation opportunities are possible at UNIL or in Swiss institutions that promote doctoral research.

Contact for further information
Prof. Céline Rozenblat (

Personal page:


Your application
Deadline : 20.05.2022

Please, send your full application in Word or PDF only via the career website of the University of Lausanne:
– letter of motivation
– full CV
– a short proposal (2-3 pages) for doctoral research specifically linked to the job description: multi-level urban complex systems
– scans of university degrees and course transcripts/marks
– the Master thesis (and a research paper, if available).

Only applications through this website will be taken into account.

We thank you for your understanding.
Additional information
UNIL is committed to equal opportunities and diversity.

UNIL supports early career researchers.


Department of Geography, National University of Singapore (NUS)
Three Faculty Positions in Social and Cultural Geographies of Asia
Assistant Professor (tenure track)

The Department of Geography at the National University of Singapore (NUS) seeks to appoint up to three emerging scholars in the field of Social and Cultural Geographies of Asia. The successful candidates will be affiliated with the Department’s Social and Cultural Geographies (SCG) research group.

While recruitment is not limited to the following topics, we particularly welcome applications from social and cultural geographers whose research is empirically informed and theoretically addresses:

• Geographies of resilience and/or vulnerability, such as to do with climate risks and hazards, informality, ageing and life course, rural and peri-urban geographies and the digital divide

• Children and/or youth geographies

For candidates who do not have previous experience of researching in/on Asia, it is important to demonstrate evidence of an ability and willingness to develop research projects in/from the region.

The NUS Department of Geography has a long and rich tradition of social and cultural geography research, with well-established strengths in scholarship on cultural/heritage landscapes, migration and transnationalism, cities, gender, and geographies of tourism. In more recent years the SCG research group has developed other research strands including ageing and care, children and young people, pedagogy innovations and urban liveability. The group is currently organised around two inclusive and overlapping themes: mobilities and urban life.

SCG members have strong collaborative relations with colleagues in the other two research groups in the Department (Politics, Economies and Space, PEAS, and Tropical Environmental Change, TEC) and scholars in cognate disciplines, particularly as part of the NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. NUS, is ranked among the world’s most highly reputed universities and provi