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European Studies of the Faculty of Humanities has a vacancy for a Lecturer in European Economics A fixed-term, two-year appointment to carry out teaching …
A fixed-term, two-year appointment to carry out teaching duties in European economics in the Bachelor programme of European Studies for the academic years 2018-19, 2019-20, and 2020-21.
Candidates must hold a degree in Economics and should have experience in teaching economics to non-economics students and/or should have a demonstrable background in interdisciplinary teaching and research. Expertise is required to teach Economics courses such as the Economics of European Integration, European Economics (micro and macro), EU economic policy or political economy, as well as more general European Studies courses in e.g. European integration, Research methods or Philosophy of Humanities. Incidental teaching in the MA is also expected.
We expect you to have a relevant background in the field of teaching and a proven interest in European Studies, preferably with experience of working in an interdisciplinary environment. We will consider interest and experience with interdisciplinary research and teaching an advantage.
The appointment will be temporary for two years and will start on 1 February 2019. The UFO profile for this position is Docent 3 (scale 11).
The gross monthly salary will range from €3,475 to €4,757 (scale 11), based on a full-time appointment (38 hours a week). The Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities is applicable.
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Your application should include a full academic CV and letter of motivation. Please submit your complete application no later than 24 May 2018 using this link.
We will not take paper versions of your resume and cover letter into consideration.
Interviews and possibly a trial lecture/seminar will be held in the weeks between 4 and 22 June 2018.