Postdoc Position in the Field of Law and Theoretical Legal Sciences
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- Full Time
Deadline 28 Feb 2020
Start date from September 1, 2020, but no later than by the 30th November 2020
Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic invites excellent scientists to apply for POSTDOC POSITION in the field of LAW and THEORETICAL LEGAL SCIENCES
The Faculty of Law, Masaryk University ranks among top institutions in the field of juridical science and education. It is one of the most prestigious research and educational institutions in the field of law in the Czech Republic as evidenced not only by the greatest interest of applicants within the whole country, but also by many annual surveys of independent journalistic newspapers among the field experts. It is one of four public law faculties in the Czech Republic and it is often characterized as a modern, dynamic faculty focused mainly on the interconnection of educational activity and scientific research. Researchers from the faculty do their own research as well as are involved in national and international projects (ERC grants, DG JUST, National Agencies etc.). More information about research at the faculty can be found here: https://science.law.muni.cz/dokumenty/30580.
The Faculty of Law, Masaryk University is seeking qualified candidate from abroad for postdoctoral position in the field of law and theoretical legal sciences. The Faculty has a strong interest in attracting quality applications from abroad.
The successful candidate should:
- be a researcher who has received a PhD or its equivalent within the last 7 years
- be a researcher who has worked at least two whole years in the last three, outside the territory of the Czech Republic, in the field of research with a working time of at least 0.5 full-time equivalent, or who has been PhD student (or equivalent) abroad
- have a publishing record – in the last three years at least two publication outputs registered in the Thomson Reuters Web of Science, Scopus or ERIH PLUS databases and at the same time publications such as “articles”, “books”, “book chapters”, “letters” and “reviews”.
- have a research experience in the field of law and theoretical legal sciences
- have published at least one publication as the first author
- have done presentations at a significant international conference related to the applicant's research field
- have an experience with international research projects in the position of principal investigator or co-investigator (this could be an advantage)
- have an excellent communication skills and ability to collaborate with multiple teams
- have an excellent command of written English
- have the ability to read scientific texts in German or French (this could be an advantage)
The application should include:
- a CV including a summary of education and research experience, involvement in research grants, etc.
- a summary of publication activity with indication of outputs where the applicant is the first author
- a scanned copy of the PhD diploma or an official letter certifying submission of a doctoral thesis for thesis defence and the planned defence date
- a motivation letter
- at least two reference letters of a prominent representatives in the applicant's research area
- a consent of member of the faculty with mentoring the applicant at the time of the project realization (email form is sufficient)
- a 24-month research plan, including an approximate budget and faculty benefits (will only be required for candidates who qualify for the second round of the selection procedure)
Masaryk University offers the opportunity to get:
- an interesting job in a dynamically-expanding university area
- diverse and challenging work in an excellent research environment
- tenure track with an initial appointment for 2 years
- a professional team and pleasant working conditions
- interaction with leading scientists in an inspiring, internationalised environment
- a welcoming service for the successful candidate and his/her family
The successful candidate will receive a motivational salary significantly above the average for the Czech Republic and full insurance. Family allowances are possible.
Anticipated start date: This position is available from the September 1, 2020 and the successful candidate can take up the position anytime from this date onwards, but no later than by the 30th November 2020.
The submission deadline is February 28 2020.
Please submit your application (or informal enquiries) by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A review of applications will commence immediately after the deadline. Short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview within one month of the deadline. The candidates should prepare a 24-month research plan, including an approximate budget and faculty benefits. Interview can be conducted via Skype.
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