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Monday, October 9, 2006

Vermont Law School – Sun Yat-sen University Partnership for Environmental Law in China seeks program administrator

The job description is attached here. Please note the following:

The successful applicant must be fluent in Chinese (Mandarin) (both in speaking and in writing) and be available to travel to China for periods ranging from one to two weeks at a time.  A bachelor’s degree (or higher degree) is required and must be coupled with study or work experience in international studies, environmental law and policy, energy policy, and/or Chinese history or culture.  Candidates with formal legal training and experience in any related fields will be preferred.  The Program Administrator will be based at Vermont Law School.  Funding for this position is supported by the USAID grant and will provide salary and benefits for the three year term of the grant.  Optimally, the successful candidate will be able to commit to working with the program for the entire three year term of the grant.

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