Assistant Professor in Medieval History (1.0 FTE)
The successful candidate will have:
- a PhD degree in early medieval history;
- the ability to play a role in departmental management and to contribute fully to the academic life of the department;
- a supportive attitude towards colleagues, with an open mind towards creative forms of exchange and cooperation, contributing to the academic life of the department;
- a track record in research in early medieval history;
- wide experience in teaching medieval history.
Utrecht University has a teaching qualification system for university lecturers, and candidates are required to obtain the Basic Teaching Qualification (BKO) within two years if they are not already in possession of one. Candidates are expected to be proficient in both Dutch and English. Non-Dutch candidates will need to master the Dutch language on an academic level within two years.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
We offer a position (1.0 FTE) for a period of one year, as from 1 August 2022 at the latest. In case of a good performance, the employment will become permanent. The gross salary – depending on previous qualifications and experience – ranges between €3,821 and €5,943 (scale 11-12 according to the Collective Labour Agreement Dutch Universities) per month for a full-time employment. Salaries are supplemented with a holiday bonus of 8% and a year-end bonus of 8.3% per year. In addition, Utrecht University offers excellent secondary conditions, including an attractive retirement scheme, (partly paid) parental leave and flexible employment conditions (multiple choice model). For more information: working at Utrecht University.
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