• Position (often voluntary) require flexible hours and customized plan to scope of duties depending on geographical task.
  • Able to travel for professional trips as/when needed. 
  • Able to adapt and practice transdisciplinary duties.
Marcharh Initiative is an Equal and Quality Opportunity Provider in the prime times of sustainability transition, and for science and technology.
Membership and research fellowship (or participation of an agreed format) with MICS department is governed on the basis of long-term motivation, personal merit, competence, recent professional experiences, scientific qualifications and will not be influenced in any manner by race, color, religion, gender, national origin/ethnicity, veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, physical disability or any other legally protected status.

YOU MAY FILL IN YOUR CONTRIBUTION FORM AND MEMBERSHIP C.V.
SUBMITTING YOUR SPONTANEOUS APPLICATION.

Note: Please fill out the fields marked with an asterisk.

SOME AVAILABLE SPECIAL POSITIONS 
C1 CHIEF TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION
C2 SUSTAINABILITY LEAD
C3 SENIOR SUSTAINABILITY EDUCATOR
C4 CHIEF INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS
C5 PROGRAM AND POLICY PLANNER 

C6 INTERDISCIPLINARY LEGAL PRACTITIONER                                               - FLEXIBLE
R1 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER                                                                                         - ANY

R2 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER                                                                              - ANY
R3 PRECISION, ANALYTICS                                                                                         - ANY
R4 COMPUTER SCIENTIST / PROGRAMMER                                                       - ANY
R5 HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATOR                                                              - ANY
R6 PROFESSIONAL TRAINER BEHAVIOURAL/SCIENTIFIC PEDAGOGY  - ADAPTABLE

RESEARCHERS AND LEAD-ROLES WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE FOLLOWING TRANSFER UNIT CODE of EXISTING PROJECTS:

CP2019IR1 SEECP | Systems of 
Energy, Environmental Forms, and the Corresponding Policies 
This project is intended to deal with the mechanisms of planning and organization of energy systems, environmental sustainability, and the perspective of policies, whose design and implementation is also addressing different scales for sustainability.

CP2019IR2 ESS      | Extended Solutions Systems 
This project is intended to deal with more advance mechanisms and complex activities of both planning and organization of tools, technology solutions, social management, and designs perspective which advances prior-implementation of sustainability. 

CP2019IE SETS       | Scientific Education and Transfer Management for Scholars 
This project is intended to deal with existing program and cross-cutting units, of both planning and organization of support networks, support solutions, social management, and responsive unit for scholars. The management team investigates built models, completed works and proposals submitted, including management of scientific dissemination process. 

CP2019BI FAPVIEWS   | Freedom Act, Protection of Accurate Validation and Intelligence Management, Emotions and
                                             Welfare Supports

This project is intended to deal with vulnerability paradigms, temptation settlements, existing complex organization, challenging societal and culture pressure influence, of both planning and organization of support networks, support solutions, validation management (without partisanship and overcoming purported burdens set by social expectations, societal pressure, behavioural clashes) threat prevention, and welfare support systems for wiser, more accurate, healthier, and more natural decision making in citizen both personal and professional paths. 
 

                              


MARCHARH opportunities policy:
- not misleading, deceptive or fraudulent
- examples: we do not include multi-level marketing scheme or network scheme with unclear models that explicitly state the conditions
   of our operations, and how value can be created for participants and work performers. we also do not incentivize or forced payment
    upon applications

- we do not solicit personal identification, private information, and financial information from potential applicants (without actual use)