PhD Fellowship, Dept. of Food Business & Development
PhD Fellowship, Department of Food Business & Development
Applications are invited for a 4 year full-time PhD fellowship funded by The Lauritzson Foundation in the Department of Food Business & Development, University College Cork, Ireland.
The vacancy is in the area of Process Improvement: Enhanced efficiency and responsiveness of consumer food supply chains.
The successful candidate will become a key member in a research team pursuing the above project over a 4 year period for which funding has been fully secured.
Student funding: €16,000 + fees per annum.
Further information can be obtained from Ms Aoife O’Sullivan (email@example.com or 021 4901833), Dept. of Food Business & Development.
Applications are invited from enthusiastic and motivated students with good academic credentials and a strong interest in supply chain management. Candidates should have good practical and analytical skills and must hold a Bachelors (or Masters) degree in a business related discipline. To apply, candidates should submit a complete CV (including evidence of English proficiency where relevant) and a letter explaining their suitability as a candidate to:
Ms Aoife O’Sullivan, Programme Administrator, Dept. Food Business & Development, University College Cork. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Closing date: Monday, 19 November 2007