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PhD candidate in European Union Law and Public International Law
The Amsterdam Law School has avacancy for a PhD candidate in European Union Law and Public International Law . The PhD researcher will develop his or her …
- Spui, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland
- Tijdelijk contract / Tijdelijke opdracht
- Uren per week:
- 38 uur
- € 2222 - € 2840 per maand
The Amsterdam Law School has avacancy for a PhD candidate in European Union Law and Public International Law .
The PhD researcher will develop his or her project as part of the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG) and Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL). In principle, the PhD researcher may focus on any question that involves aspects of both European Union law and Public International Law.
ACELG and ACIL cooperate together with the Centre for the Study of European Contract Law (CSECL) within the framework of the research platform ‘Law and Justice Across Borders’. An interest in participating in this broader research community is a significant advantage.
Research at ACELG And ACIL employs legal-doctrinal methods of research as well as non-legal methods. An interdisciplinary dimension of research is encouraged.
The position is first and foremost a research position; yet the candidate may have the opportunity, or may be asked, to contribute to teaching activities to a limited extent.
The successful candidate will:
- carry out independent high-quality scientific research leading to the degree of PhD;
- actively contribute to the research community in the Law Faculty, in particular at ACELG, ACIL and the research group on ‘Law and Justice Across Borders’;
- present intermediate research results at international workshops and conferences;
- participate in the organization of research activities and events, such as conferences, workshops and joint publications;
- show the relevance of her/his research for society and contribute to the dissemination of research results.
The successful candidate has
- completed a master’s degree in European Union law or public international law or a related discipline at the start of the employment;
- demonstrable research interest in European Union Law and public international law;
- excellent command of English (written and spoken);
- interest in inter-disciplinary research;
- knowledge of disciplines other than law is an asset, but not a requirement;
- the ability to work in a team;
- curiosity and willingness to challenge opinions, and to be challenged.
The successful candidates will be offered an initial contract for 15 months. Upon positive evaluation of the PhD students’ performance the contract will be extended by 33 months.
The gross monthly salary will be in accordance with the salary scales for PhD candidates at Dutch universities, scale P (Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities) ranging from €2,222 to €2,840 gross per month (full-time equivalent). Secondary benefits at Dutch universities are attractive and include 8% holiday pay and an 8.3% end-of-year Bonus.
To discuss the posts informally, please contact:
- Prof. Christina Eckes or
Dr Ingo Venzke
(To discuss the position on the phone, please also first send an email)
For questions on the application procedure and employment conditions at the University of Amsterdam, please contact:
T: +31 (0)20 525 2834
You may send your application, preferably in one PDF file, by email to:
Please mention vacancy number 18-145 in the subject line.
Applications must contain the following information:
- cover letter;
- contact details of 2 referees (no reference required);
- research proposal of approx. 1000 words (for details see above)
- proof of your master’s degree; if you have not completed your degree at the time of application, please provide a statement from your supervisor or University confirming the expected date of completion.
Applicants are asked to submit a research proposal of approximately 1000 words, which should include:
- a clearly identified, innovative research question;
- a section on methodology, and
- an indication of the relevance of the project for the discipline of public international law and for society.
The envisaged starting date is 1 September 2018.
The closing date for receipt of applications is 1 May 2018.