Stellenanzeigen Juli 2/2

Now HiringAn dieser Stelle wie immer akademische Stellenanzeigen aus den Bereichen Internationale Beziehungen und Sicherheitspolitik, für die zweite Julihälfte.

 

 

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Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in, Abteilung „Bi- und multilaterale Entwicklungspolitik“; Bonn
Deadline: 15.08.2014

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Die gesuchte Person arbeitet im vom Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ) finanzierten Projekt „Die Rolle der Vereinten Nationen in der globalen Entwicklungsarchitektur: Innere und äußere Anforderungen.“ Ausgangspunkt sind die Ergebnisse vorhergehender Projektphasen und der Forschungsstand zu den Reformbedarfen Vereinten Nationen (VN), den laufenden Reformbemühungen und den weitergehenden Reformvorschlägen im Entwicklungsbereich. Die folgenden Fragekomplexe sollen bearbeitet werden: (i) Begleitung des Prozesses zur Erarbeitung der Post-2015 Entwicklungsagenda: (ii) Untersuchung eventueller Anpassungsbedarfe im Entwicklungssystem der VN: (iii) Begleitung eines möglichen Reformprozesses („fit for purpose“). Ziel des Projektes ist es, auf der Basis der Forschungsergebnisse das BMZ bei der Formulierung seiner VN-Politik zu unterstützen

Assistenzprofessur für Politische Soziologie; Basel
Deadline: 31.08.2014

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Diese auf 5 Jahre befristete Assistenzprofessur ist im Departement Gesellschaftswissenschaften angesiedelt. Kompetenzen im Feld der Gesellschaften des Nahen-Ostens, auch aus einer kulturwissenschaftlichen Perspektive, sind erwünscht, Sprachkenntnisse der Region willkommen. Erwartet wird eine hohe Vernetzungsfähigkeit insbesondere zu den anderen Professuren des Departements und der Fakultät, aber auch zum Zentrum für Afrika-Studien und dem Europainstitut Basel.

Die Universität Basel strebt eine Erhöhung des Anteils von Frauen am wissenschaftlichen Personal an und fordert daher qualifizierte Wissenschaftlerinnen nachdrücklich auf, sich zu bewerben.

Full Professorship in "Political Science South Asia"; Heidelberg
Deadline: 30.09.2014

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The candidate is expected to cover the complete spectrum of the discipline in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. Applicants should have research and teaching experience with a clear focus on the region of South Asia. A research expertise in at least one of the following fields: comparative politics, international relations, or democracy and party system analysis, as well as knowledge of a South Asian language are advantageous. The candidate would be expected to participate in inter-departmental research projects and to collaborate with other departments at the South Asia Institute as well as with the Heidelberg Centre for Transcultural Studies.

International:

Head of Department (m/f), English and General Studies at Yanbu College of Applied Technology and In-Service Training Center; Yanbu, Saudi Arabia
Deadline: 19.08.2014

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Since 2009 GIZ International Services has been commissioned by the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) to provide technical support in the training of trainers. The Technical Trainers College (TTC) Riyadh was established by GIZ in the same year and the first class of trainers graduated in June of 2012; many of which are currently being integrated into the existing TVET-System. To ensure the sustainability of the TTC approach, GIZ has been commissioned to establish and manage a new College of Applied Technology with an In-Service Training Center (ISTC) in Yanbu on the Red Sea. The College began operating in September of 2012 and has employed a number of the newly graduated TTC trainers. Particular emphasis has been placed on the continuous technical and didactical guidance of the Junior Trainers, as well as the implementation of an English medium college; the first of its kind within the TVTC system. All accepted trainees are expected to complete a preparatory year in which they prepare for a full English-medium technical education.

Senior Lecturer/Reader (Associate Professor) in Russian Politics; Bath
Deadline: 22.09.2014

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The University of Bath is making a major strategic investment in the Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies (PoLIS). PoLIS wishes to enhance its position as a leading research department by making the above appointment.

We welcome applications from scholars working in any area of Russian Politics. You should have a track record of high quality publications and be able to provide evidence of the ability to generate research income.

Lecturer in Political Science: International Relations; St Louis
Deadline: 15.09.2014

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Saint Louis University, a Catholic, Jesuit institution dedicated to student learning, research, health care, and service, invites applications for a Lectureship in Political Science/International Relations. The position is a full-time one semester appointment, with possibility for renewal, beginning in January 2015. This position is based in the Madrid Campus (Spain). We are seeking to appoint a specialist in international security/ conflict resolution with an area focus in either of the following regions: Asia, Africa or Europe.

The candidate will be asked to offer and develop courses in international security (theories and issues), war and the use of force, conflict resolution and one area study course in his or her area of specialism. The teaching load will be set at three courses per semester, six courses per year total, taught within our established B.A. in International Relations Program. The candidate is also expected to carry out research and administrative tasks, as agreed with the Program Director.

Assistant Professor in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation; Dublin
Deadline: 10.09.2014

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The School seeks to appoint an Assistant Professor in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation to teach mainly at postgraduate level on its Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation MPhil programme, under the overall direction of the Head of Department and in consultation with the Course Coordinator. The post is based in the ISE campus Belfast. As well as teaching on the MPhil, the appointed person will be expected to supervise MPhil dissertations and participate across the range of the School’s activities, attending the Dublin campus of ISE and Trinity College as necessary.

The successful candidate will be a person with expertise in the social/political sciences or religious studies/theology or other relevant discipline, with an interest in conflict resolution, peace studies or reconciliation. The post holder will supervise postgraduate students in her or his own field and in a range of cognate areas beyond their immediate field.

The successful candidate will be expected to produce work of international significance in her or his field and will be research-active according to the research strategy, norms and criteria of Trinity

Assistant Professorship in International Relations; Odense
Deadline: 09.09.2014

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The Centre for War Studies (CWS) at the University of Southern Denmark, Odense offers a three-year position as Assistant Professor in International Relations as of November 1, 2014 or soon thereafter.

CWS is part of the Department of Political Science and Public Management as well as the Department of Law. With this position we are looking for a candidate who is trained in international relations and who can contribute to CWS and our interdisciplinary research environment. We are developing our research strategy and we are looking for an ambitious and skillful new colleague who can partake in this process.

Teaching Fellow in International Organisations; London
Deadline: 15.08.2014

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The Department wishes to appoint a Teaching Fellow in International Organisations to deliver seminars and provide administration on the ‘International Organisations' course which is a core module for students on the MSc in International Public Policy programme in term 1 of the 2014/15 academic session. The post holder will also co-teach the term 2 'International Organisations' course delivered to students enrolled in the Department's Affiliate Programme and in UCL's undergraduate programme European Social and Political Studies.

The appointment also includes first and second marking of essays and dissertations, personal tutor responsibilities and other usual duties of teaching administration.

Lecturer in International Relations; London
Deadline: 22.08.2014

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The Department of Politics and International Studies is seeking to appoint a Lecturer from September 2014 to teach undergraduate and postgraduate courses in International Organisation, Human Rights and Conflict, and the Politics of Transitional Justice.

The successful candidate should have a PhD and demonstrated teaching experience. You will have a solid understanding both of theories of International Relations and of empirical issues relevant to International Institutions, Conflict, and Human Rights. You will be required to advise undergraduate and postgraduate students on their dissertations and to undertake the usual duties (e.g., holding office hours, marking coursework and exams) associated with being a member of an academic department. You will also assist in managing an International Relations Speaker Series that meets in the evenings.

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