Job Position in Ethics and Social/Urban Resilience

Tu Delft University’s Faculty of Technology and Policy Management is looking for a post-doctoral research fellow who is passionate about learning more about the importance of social resilience and local community building in urban resilience planning.

To analyze data, create metrics, and assess the practical applications of concepts in social resilience, the researcher will work with and alongside members of the TPM Resilience Lab at Delft, as well as those in the wider network of the 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering and the DeSIRE program’s Working Group on Urban Resilience. As a result, the position provides opportunities to work with an interdisciplinary team of top scientists in the fields of resilience, ethics, and simulation modeling, as well as access to a large network of policy and practice collaborators.

Job Location: Mekelweg 2, 2628 CD, Delft


A salary range of  € 2.790,00 – € 4.402,00 and other fringe benefits.

Job Requirement

The following qualifications are required for this job position

  • Has Ph.D. Degree in Philosophy with a specialization in practical ethics, or in another related discipline with a keen interest in resilience planning and ethics
  • an independent and original thinker with a creative mindset and excellent analytical skills
  • thrive in a collaborative and multi-disciplinary environment and look forward to interacting with researchers and experts on different domains such as urban planning and architectural design
  • have an affinity for networking, and an entrepreneurial mindset to ensure the impact and sustainability of your work
  •  are fluent in English

Application Process

For application to this job position please provide the following documents:

  • a curriculum vitae
  • a one-page research statement detailing the work the applicant has already done with resilience concepts or with social resilience indicators in practice
  • a statement of interest in the position and in working with the 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering, and/or with members of the Resilience Lab at TPM.
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Deadline: June 15, 2021.

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