From: STUDENT EMPLOYMENT
Subject: !!!Good Afternoon*****
I am Edward R. Carr a geographer and anthropologist whose career and research focus on exploring alternative ways of achieving meaningful and enduring improvements to human well-being. I worked in rural sub-Saharan Africa on issues of development and global change among various rural communities. My scholarship and teaching encourage students and development professionals to reexamine the sometimes-damaging preconceptions embedded in development theory; in my book Delivering Development: Globalization’s Shoreline and the Road to a Sustainable Future, I demonstrates how these commonly held beliefs about globalization and development have failed the global poor, and how to redefine what assistance to developing communities really means in an ever-changing world.
You have been selected to work with me through the Universities HR departments as my PA while I attend to a United Nations Environment Programme in Australia. You will only Mail letters, Reply emails and run errands on my behalf at $500/wk. I will meet you on campus upon my arrival by the last week to October for one on one interview and possibilities of making it a long term employment if you impress me while I am away.
In addition , I am the author of more than 50 publications on issues of development, adaptation to climate change, and the changing global environment. Of particular note, I was the lead author of two global environmental assessments (the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment and the The United Nations Environment Programme's Fourth Global Environment Outlook) and was review editor for a chapter of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Fifth Assessment Report. So you understand you are working with a very busy person. To apply for this position, Please send your Full Name, E-mail, Alternate E-mail and Mobile here.
Note: I will communicate via email frequently and you must be able to check your emails every 10 minutes for important employment update or tasks.
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