|Erlangen - Germany
|€4,000 to €6,000 or £3,479.18 to £5,218.78 (converted salary*) before tax and social security insurance depending on qualifications and experience. Pay Grade E13 of TVL
|5th December 2023
|31st December 2023
The Centre for Human Rights Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU CHREN) at Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU) brings together researchers from different academic disciplines working in the wider field of human rights. CHREN’s work is committed to fostering academically rigorous, theoretically well-grounded, practice-orientated, critical, and diverse human rights research. It also serves as a hub of teaching in the field of human rights across several faculties at FAU.
Further information can be found at https://www.humanrights-centre.fau.de/.
With a view to further strengthening and expanding its human rights-related research and teaching, the Centre will appoint up to three full-time postdoctoral researchers at pay Grade E 13 of the Collective bargaining agreement for public servants in the German Länder (TVL), approximately between 4.000 and 6.000 € per month before tax and social security insurance depending on qualifications and experience for an initial period of appointment of three years. The earliest envisaged start date for this position is 1 March 2024.
This is an excellent opportunity for a committed and enthusiastic academic to join the Centre as an early career researcher playing a full part in the academic life of the Centre and benefiting from the Centre’s active support for and promotion of their further academic career development.
Candidates must possess the following qualifications:
Candidates should have the following further skills and abilities:
Our new colleagues will be responsible for the following tasks
Please submit the following documents as pdf files by email attachment to email@example.com. The application deadline is 31 December 2023.
FAU-CHREN strives to be a diverse and inclusive community. We particularly welcome applications from candidates (f/m/d) belonging to groups that have been traditionally under-represented.
Type / Role: