1970Job posting: 3 tenure track positions of Dutch research consortium Language in Interaction
- Jun 24, 2014
3 Tenure Track Positions - Dutch Research Consortium "Language in Interaction"
For more information check: http://www.languageininteraction.nl/jobs/tenures-algemeen.html
The Dutch NWO Gravitation consortium "Language in Interaction" invites applications for three tenure track positions. These positions are offered with a view to long-term embedding of interdisciplinary language research.
Successful candidates will be given the opportunity to establish their own independent research group. You will be expected to conduct research in one or more research areas relevant to the position applied for. Supervision of BSc, MSc and PhD projects will be part of your responsibilities. Administrative duties will include local and/or national committee memberships. Some contribution to teaching will be appreciated. You will be provided with budgetary resources, a PhD student or technician, materials and consumables.
The Netherlands has an outstanding track record in the language sciences. The Language in Interaction consortium brings together many of the excellent research groups in the Netherlands in a research programme on the foundations of language.
Depending on the tenure track position applied for, the successful candidate will be appointed at one of the following partner institutes:
1) Radboud University Nijmegen & RadboudUMC - Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition, and Behaviour
2) Radboud University Nijmegen - Centre for Language Studies
3) University of Amsterdam - Institute for Logic, Language and Computation.
All these institutions conduct research in an international setting. English is the lingua franca.
We are looking for highly motivated, creative and talented researchers with a strong research profile. Each tenure track position has its own requirements and profile.
General requirements for the tenure track positions are:
− a PhD degree in a field relevant to the position concerned;
− an established international reputation;
− strong track record of peer-reviewed international publications;
− experience with successfully applying for external funding;
− experience with (co-)supervision of PhD students;
− management skills required for academic leadership;
- outstanding teaching skills, teaching experience, and a clear vision on teaching.
More information on the three tenure track positions offered and how to apply can be found under this link:
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