The Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg (IFSH) is seeking, as soon as possible,
Head of IFSH's Berlin office
(100%, TV-AVH EG 14, contract until 12/2022)
IFSH Hamburg is about to establish an office in Berlin which will serve as a representative office for the capital. The future head of the Berlin office will coordinate interactions with politics and society and make a significant contribution to raising the public profile of IFSH's research and consulting activities. The core task of the Berlin office will be to actively shape academic, political and societal discourses on key IFSH research topics, in particular on arms control and emerging technologies, security and defense policy challenges in Europe, and opportunities for shaping international peace orders. IFSH Hamburg is already closely cooperating with the Federal Foreign Office, international research institutions and think tanks. The office will be set up as part of the research and transfer project "Arms Control and New Technologies". The project is being carried out with the financial support of the Federal Foreign Office.
The IFSH is an interdisciplinary research institution at the University of Hamburg funded by the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, analyzing current developments and challenges for peace and security with a focus on the Euro-Atlantic and Eurasian areas. Transferring knowledge from research into politics and society is a fundamental component of the Institute's work.
For the management of the Berlin office we are looking for an ambitious personality with great communicative talent, strategic foresight and a determined interest in arms control policy issues and questions of international peace and security policy.
The IFSH aims to promote the careers of women and is therefore particularly interested in applications from women in areas in which they are underrepresented. Women with the required qualifications are given priority in these areas within the scope of the Hamburg Equal Opportunities Act. People with disabilities are also explicitly invited to apply.
Please send electronic applications only to email@example.com by April 26th, 2019 (a pdf file with a maximum size of 8 MB).
Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy
at the University of Hamburg
Ms Britta Fisch
Beim Schlump 83
|Location:||Hamburg - Germany|
|Placed On:||14th March 2019|
|Closes:||26th April 2019|
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