via University of Glasgow: A job that lets you surf the interwebs and help monitor Cultural Heritage Trafficking in Indonesia. The deadline is 11 February 2021.
The School of Social and Political Science is recruiting a Research Assistant. In this post you will contribute to the project ‘Art, Feathers and Crime: New Approaches to Studying Natural and Cultural Heritage Trafficking in Indonesia’, working with Dr. Emiline Smith, Dr. Chloe Heys and other partners. We are looking for a dedicated research assistant to critically analyse social media and internet resources. The social media research activities will involve open-source materials, but the sensitive nature of the work means a high level of confidentiality and discretion is a requirement.