Applications are invited for a permanent position as Associate Professor (SKO 1011) in Social Anthropology to be based at the Department of Social Anthropology. Preferred starting date August 2021.
The successful candidate is expected to contribute to the long-term development of the research and teaching community at the Department.
The Department wishes to recruit a candidate with excellent research qualifications within Social Anthropology. The applicant should contribute to and/or complement one or more of the Department's core research areas. The successful candidate is expected to strengthen the research area she/he relates to, and to contribute to and participate in research activities at the Department.
The applicants’ academic research and international publications over the past three to five years will be given particular weight, as well as the potential for future research. Additional time may be allowed for leave relating to childbirth or adoption.
High quality teaching is essential to the Department, and the applicant will be expected to teach on both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. We particularly welcome applicants who wish to contribute to the Department’s continuous work on developing new teaching and examination methods.
More information about research strategies and areas, as well as study programmes and courses, can be found on the Department's website.
For Associate Professor:
The following additional qualifications will all be given weight in the assessment:
We are looking for a colleague who will complement the department’s research and teaching. The assessment of the applicants is based on scientific merits, teaching, research leadership, administrative experience and personal qualities. A good match between the candidate’s profile and the Department’s research activities and teaching portfolio is a main selection criterion, along with the quality of previous work within publications, dissemination to a wider public and teaching. Special emphasis will be put on the potential for future research. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
How to apply
The application must include:
Selected candidates will be asked to submit
The application with attachments must be delivered in our electronic recruiting system Jobbnorge, please follow the link “send application”. International applicants are advised to attach an explanation of their University's grading system. Please note that all documents should be in English (or a Scandinavian language).
Interviews will be part of the appointment process, along with a trial lecture.
Please refer to the Rules for Appointments to Professorships and Associate Professorships at the University of Oslo, the Guide for Applicants and Members of the Assessment Committee and Rules for practicing the requirement for basic pedagogical competence at the University of Oslo.
The successful candidate who at the time of appointment cannot document basic teaching qualifications will be required to obtain such qualifications within a two-year period.
The successful candidate must demonstrate mastery of both English and one of the Scandinavian languages as working languages. If an appointee lacks sufficient skills in a Scandinavian language, the appointee is required within a two-year period to obtain this skill.
Pursuant to section 25(2) of the Freedom of Information Act, information concerning the applicant may be made public, even if the applicant has requested not to appear on the list of applicants.
The University of Oslo has a transfer agreement with all employees that is intended to secure the rights to all research results etc.
The University of Oslo has a personnel policy objective of achieving a balanced gender composition and to recruit people with an immigrant background. Women are encouraged to apply.
In addition, the University of Oslo aims for its employees to reflect the diversity of the population to the greatest degree possible. We therefore encourage qualified applicants with disabilities or gaps in their CV to apply for the position. The University of Oslo will adapt the workplace to suit employees with disabilities. Applicants who indicate that they have disabilities or gaps in their CV are made aware that this information may be used for statistical purposes.
Head of Department Rune Flikke (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Professor Ingjerd Hoëm (email@example.com)
Head of Administration Nina Rundgren (firstname.lastname@example.org)
About the University of Oslo
The University of Oslo is Norway’s oldest and highest ranked educational and research institution, with 28 000 students and 7000 employees. With its broad range of academic disciplines and internationally recognised research communities, UiO is an important contributor to society.
The Department of Social Anthropology was founded in 1964 and is today a highly ranked anthropology department. Our researchers study society and culture through extensive, ethnographic fieldwork. The Department of Social Anthropology educates students at bachelor's-, master's and ph. d.-level.
|Location:||Oslo - Norway|
£51,661.87 to £63,248.46 converted salary* depending on competencies
|Placed On:||16th September 2020|
|Closes:||19th October 2020|
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