The position involves 30% research time, which will be pursued within the Economic and Social History group in the Department of History and Art History. The research profile of the candidate should comprise demonstrable experience with topics and approaches in business history. S/he will engage with, and fortify, the group of business historians active in our ESH group. Preferably, the successful candidate has affinity with, and experience with, interdisciplinary research methods.
The successful candidate will have:
Conditions of employment
We offer a temporary position of 1 FTE for the duration of one year. In case of good performance, the contract will be changed to a permanent position. The minimum gross salary is € 3,746 and the maximum gross salary is € 5,127 (scale 11 of the Collective Labour Agreement of Dutch Universities) per month, at a full-time employment.
Besides that, you will receive a holiday allowance of 8 % and a year-end bonus of 8.3 %. Utrecht University also has an appealing package of terms of employment, including the choice for a good balance between work and private (a good arrangement for leave, among other things), possibilities for development and an excellent pension scheme. More information on working at Utrecht University can be found here.
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The Economic and Social History group is one of the most internationally renowned groups studying economic and social history from a long-term and internationally comparative perspective. A further profile description of the group is available here. The interdisciplinary programme of Politics, Philosophy and Economics is selective, admitting 75 students per year and provides an intensive, small-scale and interdisciplinary training in the study of political and economic institutions, from the point of view of four disciplines: philosophy, history, politics and economics. More information on the PPE programme can be found here.