1. Vacatures
  2. Universiteit Leiden (LEI)
  3. Assistant Professor Archaeology of Early Farming Societies

Helaas, deze vacature staat inmiddels niet meer online

Kijk gerust verder naar andere vacatures.

Assistant Professor Archaeology of Early Farming Societies

Leiden University, the department of World Archaeology of the faculty of Archaeology is looking for an Assistant Professor Archaeology of Early Farming Societies

ongeveer 2 maanden geleden

Arbeidsvoorwaarden

Standplaats:
Einsteinweg, Leiden, Zuid-Holland
Dienstverband:
Vast contract
Opleidingsniveau:
Postdoctoraal

Functieomschrijving

For this position, we seek a generalist, an assistant professor who is able to teach general methodological/theoretical courses as well as more specific ones in both the BA and MA programmes of the faculty. The person will be collaborating closely and teach with the staff of the departments of Archaeological Sciences and Archaeological Heritage.

The successful  candidate will undertake research on early farming societies of northwestern Europe, with links to both science and heritage and thereby contribute to the university research programme of "Resilient Societies" and the corresponding faculty research theme "Crafting Identities". We are specifically looking for a candidate with ideas on and strategies for linking archaeology to broader societal challenges.

Finally, the new assistant professor will be expected to contribute to the running of the faculty by participating in administrative and managerial tasks, commensurate with experience and level of appointment.

Functie-eisen

  • The department is seeking candidates who demonstrate excellence in teaching and research and who have already made their mark in the archaeology of European prehistory;
  • The new colleague should be a team player with a collaborative, supportive and problem-solving attitude who is able to fit into and work in a multidisciplinary team. More specifically, we seek candidates with the following qualifications:
  • A PhD  in the archaeology of prehistoric Europe and two to four years of postdoctoral research experience in prehistoric archaeology;
  • A strong  research portfolio and the ability to develop into a research leader in the field;
  • A successful track record in obtaining research funding and willing to prepare grant proposals for relevant funding schemes (e.g., ERC, Horizon Europe, NWO);
  • Demonstrable teaching experience and willingness to further professionalize teaching skills;
  • Excellent command of English. If the applicant does not speak Dutch, they  will be expected to acquire a good command of Dutch, i.e. level B1, within two years of the start of the appointment;
  • The candidate is willing to contribute to the success of the Faculty of Archaeology and will take on administrative tasks.

Leiden University requires teaching staff to obtain the University Teaching Qualification (UTQ). If the successful applicant does not already possess this qualification or its equivalent, they must be willing to obtain it within two years.

Conditions

We offer a 1.0 fte position for a six-year term. Based on performance criteria agreed upon at the start of the appointment, a decision will be made by the fifth year whether to offer the assistant professor a permanent faculty position. Salary range from € 3637,-  to € 4978,-  gross per month (scale 11 in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities). Salary scale depends on education, experience and level of appointment.

Leiden University offers an attractive benefits package with additional holiday (8%) and end-of-year bonuses (8.3 %), training and career development and sabbatical leave. Our individual choices model gives you some freedom to assemble your own set of terms and conditions. For international spouses we have set up a dual career programme. Candidates from outside the Netherlands may be eligible for a substantial tax break. More at http://www.workingat.leiden.edu.

Additional information

Diversity
Leiden University is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from members of underrepresented groups.

Information
For further information about the position of Assistant Professor, please contact  dr. David Fontijn, Professor Archaeology of Early Europe, email: d.r.fontijn@arch.leidenuniv.nl, tel.no. +31 71 5272426.