Job description and deliverables:
For a project on the legal and regulatory aspects of genomic sequencing and access to therapeutics and vaccines in the context of pandemic preparedness in Asia, the Global Health Law Program is looking for an ASEAN researcher. The work of the researcher will consist of working on the project as well as supporting the program in other teaching, research and event activities. This is a full time position. The work includes:
1. Research national and international law
2. Drafting and drafting of memoranda and publications
3. Assist with teaching and event coordination
4. Update of the Center for International Law’s Global Health Law Program website
5. Coordination and communication with other national and international entities
The ideal candidate would have:
1. An LLB and/or post-graduate degree in international law, public health, public policy, international relations or other related fields;
2. Background or experience in national and/or global health law;
3. Exceptional research and writing skills (and would be able to provide writing samples);
4. English at mother tongue level
At NUS, the health and safety of our staff and students is one of our top priorities, and the COVID vaccination supports our commitment to keeping our community safe and making NUS as safe and welcoming as possible. . Many of our roles require a significant amount of physical interaction with students/staff/audience members. Even for professional roles that can be performed remotely, there will be instances where on-campus presence will be required.
Considering the health and well-being of our staff and students and to better protect everyone on campus, applicants are strongly encouraged to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to gain successful employment with NUS .