|Publication date||6 February 2020|
|Closing date||15 March 2020|
|Level of education||PhD|
|Hours||38 hours per week|
|Salary indication||€3,637 to €4,978 gross per month|
We are looking for an inspired, innovative assistant professor to engage in cross-cutting research within the law school’s research project on ‘Sustainable Global Economic Law (SGEL)’, and to teach in the field of public international law.
The successful candidate will
The ideal candidate:
The employment contract is for 1 FTE and will initially be on a temporary basis for two years. The contract may become permanent after this period depending on the candidate meeting the agreed upon performance criteria and availability of funds.
The preferred starting date is 15 August 2020 or as soon as possible.
Based on a full-time apointment (38 hours per week), the gross monthly salary will range from €3,637 to €4,978 (end scale 11-12) depending on relevant work experience and qualifications.
Secondary benefits at Dutch universities are attractive and include 8% holiday pay an 8,3% end-of-year bonus. The Collective Labour Agreement of Dutch Universities applies.
What else do we offer?
The successful candidate will join a vibrant research community and successful educational programmes. The candidate will form part of the department of Public International and European Law, the Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL) and the research project on Sustainable Global Economic Law (SGEL). SGEL is a law school project that connects public international law with private and European law. Next to ACIL it includes, in particular, researchers from the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG) and the Amsterdam Center for Transformative Private Law (ACT).
The law school’s relevant graduate and postgraduate programmes draw a diverse, interesting and interested student population from the Netherlands and abroad (about 50/50). ACIL has a strong track-record of excellent research and sustains a dynamic research culture through a series of events and intiatives.
The Amsterdam Law School prides itself on its international orientation and strong social commitment. This is reflected by both its research and educational activities. The Amsterdam Law School offers three Bachelor’s programmes, including the interdisciplinary English-language Bachelor Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics (PPLE) in cooperation with two other Faculties, as well as a variety of Master's programmes, several of which are taught exclusively in English (i.e. International and European Law, European Private Law, International Criminal Law, and Law & Finance). The Amsterdam Law School prepares students for a wide variety of legal careers including law firms, government, business and industry, the national and international judiciary, public service, human rights advocacy, and academia. With 4000 students and over 450 staff members, it is one of the largest law faculties in the Netherlands.
If you have questions, please contact:
For further information please consult the project website.
The UvA is an equal-opportunity employer. We prioritise diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for everyone. We value a spirit of enquiry and perseverance, provide the space to keep asking questions, and promote a culture of curiosity and creativity.
The candidates are asked to submit:
Interviews are planned to be held on Friday 27 March 2020.
Please send in your application using the link below. #LI-DNP
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