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Specialist of Legal Affairs – Vacancy at the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, United Arab Emirates

NUS-logoThe Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation of United Arab Emirates is seeking to fill the position of Specialist of Legal Affairs at the Department of Legal Affairs, Director General’s Office. The Specialist of Legal Affairs provides legal and strategic advice and direction to FANR, and will ensure that the organisation complies with applicable laws and regulations associated with its operations to minimise risk and facilitate efficient decision-making by Senior Management. The incumbent assists the Director of Legal Affairs in the day-to-day management of the Legal Affairs Department, and reports to and confer with the Director of Legal Affairs on all material and strategic issues in a timely and coherent manner.

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Research position in Singapore

NUS-logoThe Centre for International Law (CIL) and the NUS Energy Studies Institute (ESI) recently secured a joint research grant for nuclear law and policy research pursuant to the Singapore Government’s Nuclear Policy Research Programme, which will be for a term of three years beginning 4th January 2016 and will focus on two main research areas: (i) the international and regional regulatory and legislative frameworks relating to nuclear safety and security; and (ii) civil and international nuclear liability for third party harm/damage.

CIL is seeking to recruit a full-time Senior Research Fellow/Research Fellow who should possess a doctorate in international law. Candidates with nuclear law and policy qualifications and prior experience working with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) or other international and inter-governmental nuclear agencies will have a distinct advantage. Candidates possessing specific expertise in the following areas with a minimum of 6 to 8 years work experience are also encouraged to apply: international regulatory and legislative regimes generally; state responsibility and international liability; and international environmental law, in particular transboundary pollution. The successful applicant would be expected to take up the position before the end of March 2016. The level of appointment will depend on the qualifications and experience of the candidate.

Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and their CV to Ms Sadhna Rai at by 31 December 2015. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. For more information, please see


In case you miss the deadline, please contact Ms Sadhna Rai promptly via email


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