|Location:||Florence - Italy|
£2,881.66 converted salary* monthly salary
|Placed On:||17th September 2019|
|Closes:||18th October 2019|
The EUI has a vacancy for a Research Fellow in the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies.
Reference number: V/RF/RSC/35/2019 (please quote in all correspondence)
Department: Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, Migration Policy Centre (MPC)
Length of contract and % of full-time: Full-time, two years, starting 01/01/20 or as soon as possible after this date. Subject to the availability of future funding, the contract can be further renewed several times up to a total of 5 years (including the first contract period).
Salary indication: The basic net monthly salary after taxes is approx. EUR 3,240. In addition to the basic net monthly salary, the Research Fellow may be entitled to receive various allowances, in particular: household allowance, expatriation allowance, dependent child allowance and education allowance. More information about conditions of employment is available here.
Director of project: Prof. Martin Ruhs
Title of project: MEDAM - Mercator Dialogue on Asylum and Migration
Job description: The Mercator Dialogue on Asylum and Migration (MEDAM, http://www.medam-migration.eu/en/) conducts new research on some of the most pressing public policy issues related to asylum, migration and mobility in the European Union. To support MPC’s work on the MEDAM project, we are seeking to recruit a post-doctoral researcher with strong quantitative skills and experience in cross-country analysis of public attitudes to migration and/or public preferences for migration policies.
The Research Fellow will work with Professor Martin Ruhs (Deputy Director of the MPC) to analyse public attitudes and preferences for migration policies in selected countries in Europe and Africa. The Research Fellow will help design, commission, and analyse data from new surveys of public policy attitudes (incl. conjoint survey experiments). The work will also involve a number of in-depth interviews with policymakers.
Project outputs will include academic publications, blog posts, and policy briefs.
Place of work: Florence, Italy
Languages: Fluent English in writing and speaking is required, knowledge of other languages is a plus
Contact details: For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: The closing date for applications is 18 October 2019 at midnight (CEST). Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed in early November.
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