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[liberationtech] D-Lab is hiring: Project Director & Administrative Officer (AO)

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Thu Jan 27 00:52:39 PST 2011


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Subject: D-Lab is hiring: Project Director & Administrative Officer (AO)
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2011 21:07:38 -0500
From: Victor Grau Serrat <victoris at MIT.EDU>
Cc: Amy Smith <abs at mit.edu>, Eric Reynolds <eric.w.reynolds at gmail.com>,
Benjamin Linder <blinder at olin.edu>, Paul Hudnut <
paul.hudnut at business.colostate.edu>, Harald Quintus-Bosz <
quintus-bosz at cooperperkins.com>

I would like to kindly ask you circulate the message below across the
extensive IDDS network. Thank you!

D-Lab has steadily been growing over the past years, reaching this year 12
different academic offerings; getting close to 400 students going through
the program yearly; offering several UROP opportunities and thesis at the
Undergraduate, Master's and PhD levels. D-Lab also conducts research and
field work in 20+ countries across  three continents, and continues to grow
in all these fronts. These are exciting times, and we are indeed excited to
open the following two new positions to continue and support this growth:

   - Project Director <http://d-lab.mit.edu/opps/project-director> will be
   responsible for the strategic and operational direction of the Technology
   Delivery Program, which is committed to developing effective models for
   getting appropriate technologies from the design phase into the hands of
   people who need them at scale
   - Administrative
Officer<http://d-lab.mit.edu/opps/administrative-officer> (AO)
   will serve as senior administrator with comprehensive responsibility for
   managing administrative functions such as human resources, finance, course
   offerings, student services, building operations, and space coordination.

Learn more about these positions by following the links above, or by
visiting http://d-lab.mit.edu/opps. Interested candidates may apply online
athttp://web.mit.edu/jobs. Please reference the corresponding reference job
numbers: *mit-00007478* (Project Director) or *mit-00007476* (Administrative
Officer).****

*About D-Lab*

D-Lab <http://d-lab.mit.edu/> is an interdisciplinary program at MIT that is
committed to using its technological and educational resources to pursue the
eradication of poverty, and to meaningfully improve the lives of the 3
billion members of the world's population who live on less than $3 a day.
Through academic offerings and research projects, D-Lab seeks solutions that
are low-cost and locally sustainable in fields such as agriculture, water
and sanitation, health, energy, and education. In addition, D-Lab pursues
meaningful community development, capacity building and dissemination
solutions through a series of domestic and international outreach programs.

Victor Grau Serrat
Co-Director
D-Lab @ MIT
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