University Lecturer in European Union Studies, Leiden University (deadline 15 December 2017)
The Faculty of Humanities, Institute for History is looking for a University Lecturer in European Union Studies (0.8 FTE).
- Original research and regular dissemination of the results through appropriate channels;
- Teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels, in lecture and seminar formats, and supervision of BA and MA theses in the International Relations program and minor/premaster European Union Studies;
- Administrative duties, commensurate with career stage;
- Research and publication;
- Representation of the field to external audiences and media.
The applicant will be expected to teach courses on the political economy of European integration, research methods, and comparative regionalism. He or she will do research and publish, and will also be expected to perform administrative and coordinating tasks.
- A PhD degree in the humanities or social sciences on a topic related to European integration;
- A publication record that is commensurate with career stage;
- Proven experience in teaching at University level;
- An excellent command of English;
- Upon appointment, depending on experience and formal qualifications to date, the lecturer may be required to enter a nationally standardized teaching skills certification trajectory (Basis Kwalificatie Onderwijs, or BKO).