University of Luxembourg, Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance
The University of Luxembourg is a multilingual, international research University. The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance of the University of Luxembourg has an opening for a Post doc in Law (M/F), with a specialisation in "General Theory of Fundamental Rights", Ref: F2-120001 (to be mentioned in all correspondence) 2-year contract, 40h/week, renewable for a maximum of 60 months.
Post doc in Law
- Contribute to the development of a scientific approach, cross-and multidisciplinary of human rights, fundamental rights and freedoms (including freedom of movement within EU law) in private, public, international and European law.
- The applicant will be integrated into the research activities of the University of Luxembourg in the field of law and participate in collective reflection on the various implications of human rights at the time of globalization and Europeanisation.
- Assist and mentor PhD candidates.
- Assist with teaching activities, one to three hours a week and contribute to tutoring students.
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- PhD in law (no matter the branch of law: public law, private law, European law, international law, theory / philosophy of law, etc..), with significant research experience on fundamental rights.
- Propose a research project on fundamental rights in a cross- and multidisciplinary (legal) dimension.
- Have the llinguistic skills to evolve in a multilingual environment. Fluency in at least two of the three working languages (German, English, French) is a prerequisite; understanding of a third will be considered an advantage.
- Personal work space at the University (full-time contract requires to work on the University's premises).
- Attractive remuneration.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications can be submitted in French or in English and must include the following:
- An application letter.
- A copy of the PhD diploma.
- A detailed curriculum vitae with a complete bibliography of the applicant's published works.
- A description (+/- 6000 characters) of the scientific work the applicant is interested in pursuing.
- The name, current position, and relation to the applicant of the two persons cited as reference.
- Copy of the publications that the applicant deems most relevant to his/her research work.
Please apply online before June 30th, 2012.
Applications will be treated with the strictest confidentiality. The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.