Nijmegen School of Management
Maximum Salary: € 4,970 gross/month
Vacancy number: 27.11.10
Closing date: 20 September 2010
cross-listed from Peace and Collaborative Development Network
Assistant Professor of Post-Conflict Peacebuilding (1,0 fte)
As an Assistant Professor at the Centre for International Conflict Analysis and Management (CICAM) you will be engaged in research, education and societal outreach.
Your high-quality research will lead to publications in authoritative international journals. You will contribute to strengthening the research of the CICAM, particularly in the field of post-conflict peacebuilding processes. You will strive to embed this research in national and international networks, and are expected to acquire external research assignments and subsidies.
You will teach courses at the Bachelor's and Master's levels. You will contribute to expanding the Bachelor's programme around the theme of post-conflict peacebuilding. In cooperation with other education programmes, you will further strengthen the Master's level education
provided by the CICAM.
You will disseminate your scientific expertise in professional media, and will partake in societal debates around international conflict, conflict management and peacebuilding.
You have a PhD in a relevant discipline. You are able to contribute to the international academic debate concerning peace and conflict issues, as shown by publications in leading international academic journals.
You also have the ability to acquire research funds.Furthermore you must have teaching experience and good didactic skills.
The Nijmegen School of Management is an academic centre of research and higher learning, particularly in the area of managerial and institutional issues within complex organizations in both the public and private domain. Seven different focus areas exist within the faculty: Business Administration, Public Administration, Political Science, Economics, Social and Political Sciences of the Environment, Human Geography and Spatial Planning. These seven areas each have their own educational and research programmes. The faculty strives to maintain a multi-disciplinary approach. It employs 235 full-time staff, 75% of whom are academics.
The CICAM is an interdisciplinary institute that offers education and carries out research in the field of conflict studies. In addition to offering elective education in the Bachelor's stage, the CICAM participates in the Human Geography Master's programme 'Conflicts, Territories and Identities'. Its research deals with questions regarding possibilities of conflict prevention and conflict intervention, with special attention to post-conflict reconstruction and peacebuilding
Conditions of employment
Employment: 1,0 fte Maximum salary per month, based on a fulltime employment: € 4,970 gross/month The salary depends on qualifications and experience.
Salary scale: 12 Duration of the contract: 2 years, with possible extension.
Additional conditions of employment
Radboud University Nijmegen offers dynamic positions in an attractive working environment and has excellent conditions of employment, including an attractive retirement scheme, financial child care compensation, and (partly paid) maternity leave.
Applicants from abroad moving to the Netherlands may qualify for a special tax relief, by which 30% of their salary is tax free.
Female candidates are explicitly invited to apply.
dr. W.M. Verkoren
Telephone: +31 24 3612317
E-mail: w.verkoren (at) fm.ru.nl
drs. M.F.A. Cras
Telephone: 024 3615687
E-mail: m.cras(at) fm.ru.nl
You can apply for the job (mention the vacancy number 27.11.10) before 20 September 2010 by sending your application -preferably by email- to:
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Postbus 7005, 6503 GM Nijmegen
Telephone: +31 24 3611173
E-mail: vacatures (at) dpo.ru.nl
No commercial propositions please.