The University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, invites applications for a position of
Assistant Professor in Anthropology (50% without tenure-track)
Contract limited to 4 years, non renewable from 1.08. 2020 to 31.07. 2024.
The successful candidate will take the scientific and administrative co-responsibility of the Bachelor in biology-ethnology, which is based on a close collaboration between the Institute of anthropology and the Faculty of sciences. He or she will teach and conduct high level international research in the field of anthropology of agri-food systems, anthropology of food and anthropology of environmental governance with a specific focus on Switzerland.
Terms of reference
Non-French speakers are expected to teach in French after a two-year period.
Affiliation: The successful candidate will be based in the Institute of Anthropology.
Dotation: The position comes with a 50% doctoral assistant. The professor will also benefit from the services of the secretariat of the Institute of anthropology and of the libraries of the University.
Starting date: 1.08.2020
Application deadline: 15.04.2020
Applications should be uploaded onto www.unine.ch/candis (ref. FLSH-Ethno) in the form of a single pdf file including:
The candidates who will be shortlisted will be invited to give a conference in front of the professors, assistants and students of the Faculty.
Information: Further information may be obtained by contacting the Head of the Hiring Committee prof. Marion Fresia (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the Dean of the Faculty (email@example.com), as well as on www.unine.ch/ethno.
The conditions indicated in this document are not negotiable.
The University of Neuchâtel is an Equal Opportunity Employer.Continue reading
|Title||Assistant Professor in Anthropology (50% without tenure-track)|
|Employer||University of Neuchâtel|
|Job location||Avenue du 1er-Mars 26, 2000 Neuchâtel|
|Published||March 20, 2020|
|Application deadline||April 15, 2020|
|Job types||Assistant / Associate Professor  |
|Fields||Ethnology,   Biological Anthropology  |