The candidate will teach courses in our Dutch and International programme and will be an active community member. The candidate will work in a team of scholars on Global History and IR. Teaching will include BA and MA-levels, including introductory Global History and International Relations, methods and research, critical IR and non-western history courses. The successful candidate will contribute to the promotion and growth of the Global History and IR within our department and school. Applicants must show evidence of excellence in teaching, strong communication and interpersonal skills, dedication to professional development, and a commitment to student growth as defined by the missions of our school and university. The candidate will play an active role in our research programme, as measured by publications, grants and public presentations of scholarship to generate social impact.
Conditions of employment
The start date of this position is February 2024 and you will be based at the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication (ESHCC). This position is for 0.8 fte – 1 fte FTE. The salary is dependent on your experience and knowledge and ranges from a minimum of € 4.332 to a maximum of € 5.929 gross per month (Scale 11) on a fulltime basis (38 hours), in accordance with the CAO-NU. The contract is entered into for the duration of 12 to 18 months and can be converted into a permanent contract if performance is good, including the desired language skills in Dutch, and the organizational circumstances remain unchanged.
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Please submit your application, consisting of a motivation letter and CV, before the vacancy closing date.
The selection procedure consists of two interviews. During the round of interviews the candidates’ core competencies and suitability for the position are evaluated in a video or in-person interview of 45 minutes with the selection committee. The second round of interviews is focused on an assessment that explores the candidates’ teaching and research plans (two pages). Because of the Christmas break the job interviews are expected to be held in the third week of January 2024.
You can find more information about the EUR on our website www.eur.nl. For more information about this vacancy, please contact prof. dr. Paul van de Laar (Head of History Department) via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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