fellowship heritage futures

Dienstgeber

Linnaeus Univ.

Ort

Kalmar

Land

Sweden:SE

Kontaktemail

Sektor

Lehre und Forschung

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Anzahl der ausgeschriebenen Stellen: 1

Ist die Stelle unbefristet

nein

Befristet auf

24

Vollzeit

Arbeitsstunden pro Woche

Bruttojahresgehalt in Euro (Mindestgehalt)

(Höchstgehalt)

Beginn der Bewerbungsfrist

Ende der Bewerbungsfrist

2019-04-05
Qualifikationen

Ausbildung

PhD

Berufserfahrung

keine

Führerschein erforderlich?

nein

Beschreibung der Stelle
https://lnu.se/en/meet-linnaeus-university/work-at-the-university/?rmpage=job&rmjob=4171&rmlang=UK

Post-doctoral fellowship in Heritage Futures Kalmar

Reference number: 2019/115-2.2.1
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Welcome to Linnaeus University! A place for knowledge, ideas and development. For growth potential and a belief in the future. In Småland and in the world.

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Linnaeus University is seeking applicants for a position as Post-doctoral Fellow in Heritage Futures.

Field of subject for the position: Cultural Heritage Studies
Placement: Kalmar
Extent and period: 2 years fixed-term full time, with start 1 September 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Context of position:
Since 2017, the Faculty of Arts and Humanities provides the academic setting for the UNESCO Chair on Heritage Futures. The Chair comprises the chairholder (Holtorf), another professor (Högberg), two affiliated researchers (May and Pescatore), a PhD student and an Assistant. Most of us are archaeologists by training.

The UNESCO Chair promotes future-thinking in the heritage sector. Among the tasks of the Chair are international collaborations with UNESCO and others, the development of training courses for professionals responsible for heritage, and academic research on heritage futures. Heritage futures are concerned with the roles of heritage in managing the relations between present and future societies, e.g. through anticipation or planning.

Duties:
The duties of the fellow to be appointed consist mainly of research in the field of heritage futures. The research is expected to have an international outlook and a clear future orientation. Expected research results should be relevant to practices of managing heritage in society, and they may be linked to the Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. The post-doctoral fellow is expected to participate actively in the Chair’s activities both at Linnaeus University and elsewhere in Sweden and abroad. Up to 20 % of the work can include course development and teaching at any academic level or in the context of professional development, writing of relevant research applications and policy briefs, and qualified research management.

Essential requirements:
The position is open for applications by anybody who holds a PhD degree, or a foreign degree equivalent to a PhD, in any discipline contributing to the transdisciplinary field of Cultural Heritage Studies and who has completed their degree no more than three years before the application deadline (parental leave or leave related to illness etc. can extend this 3 year-period). Applicants must not previously have been employed as a post-doctoral fellow for more than a year in the same or a related subject area at Linnaeus University. Fluency in English, including speaking and writing, is required (a working knowledge of Swedish may be acquired during the employment). Another requirement are the abilities to communicate research results to various audiences and to work in a team.

Assessment criteria:
Applicants who meet the essential requirements will be evaluated regarding their suitability for the position on the basis of their cover letter, a research plan and a CV. The cover letter should describe the applicant’s relevant interests, experience and skills as well as the specific motivation for applying to the present position in the field of heritage futures. A Research Plan of up to 3 pages must contain a specific agenda for research to be conducted during the Fellowship, including a discussion of its relevance to heritage futures and a plan for the dissemination of research results and sharing knowledge with practitioners.
The CV, including a list of publications, must not exceed 5 pages.
Short-listed candidates may be called for interview.
In the overall assessment of skills importance is given to an assessment of the applicant's potential for a successful career as a teacher and researcher.

We welcome female applicants especially.

In the case of applicants from non-EU countries, any appointment will be made conditional to the candidate successfully obtaining appropriate visa and work permit for Sweden. More information here: migrationsverket.se

Further information:
Research leader: Professor Cornelius Holtorf
Human Resources Consultant: Jessica Drott

Deadline for applications is 5 April 2019.

Linnaeus University has the ambition to utilize the qualities that an even gender distribution and diversity brings to the organization.

Please use the universities online system to apply. Your application should be designed according to the Template for application which can be found in the Guide to Appointment procedures on the university's website. The credentials you invoke must be verified with certification and they must be attached digitally in your application. Other documents, including various types of scientific works, must be submitted digitally along with the application. The application and other documents to be marked with the reference number. All documents cited must be received by the University no later than 24.00 (Local time in Sweden) on the closing day.
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