Call for Applications: Europaeum Scholars Programme Teaching Fellows 2020

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The Europaeum is seeking to appoint Teaching Fellows to assist with the delivery of the Europaeum Scholars Programme. This is an exciting opportunity to work with some of the most talented doctoral candidates in Europe, helping us to deliver our world-class Scholars Programme, which is designed to produce a new generation of leaders, thinkers, and researchers who have the capacity to shape the future of Europe. Starting in April 2020, the programme will run for two years alongside Scholars’ existing doctoral programmes. It places a strong emphasis on policy making (cultural, economic, political, social) and linking academics with practitioners from a range of different fields. Scholars selected for the programme have excellent academic track records and have a demonstrable interest in Europe and the public good. Further information about the programme and its aims is available here: https://europaeum.org/europaeum-scholars-programme/

We are looking for enthusiastic and knowledgeable individuals who are keen to combine academia with the policy world. We aim to recruit a team of Teaching Fellows who will help to deliver the Programme at one or more modules in 2020 (subject to performance and the requirements of the Programme). We particularly welcome applications from individuals whose research and teaching relates to European institutions or policy making, or to international institutions based in Europe and from those with a track record of linking academic research to the world of practice and policy making.

Teaching Fellows must be resident for the duration of the module and will be provided with accommodation and board. Remuneration will be £400 per full day for teaching delivery (or £200 per half day) and a small amount of preparatory work. Economy travel to and from the module locations from the candidate’s home university will be reimbursed.

Teaching Fellows must be employed by a Europaeum member university (or have a strong connection to one) and be working in a Humanities of Social Science field. Their research must have a clear European dimension or European relevance and they should have a demonstrated track record of engagement with practitioners. They should be in possession of a doctorate, which they should have received not more than 7 years ago (excluding periods of parental leave) OR be of equivalent academic standing and have significant experience of policy making.

Please check our website for the application process and more detail about these roles:

https://europaeum.org/cfa_teachingfellows/

 

Deadline 21 February 

 

Any enquiries: Europaeum.scholars@europaeum.ox.ac.uk

 

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