- Vacancy Notice (rev)
- Ref.: RSC10/2018
- Project:Global Citizenship Law: International Migration and Constitutional Identity
- Deadline: 15 March 2018
The EUI has a vacancy for a Research Assistant in the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. Reference number: RSC10/2018 (please quote in all correspondence).
Department: Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies
Length of contract and % of full-time: Full-time (part-time is possible if requested by the candidate, modalities to be agreed upon with Professor Orgad), 1 June 2018 – 31 May 2019 (renewable, starting date is flexible)
Salary indication: Basic monthly net salary approx. € 2.000, and allowances if applicable.
Director of project: Prof. Liav Orgad
Title of project: Global Citizenship Law: International Migration and Constitutional Identity.
The “Global Citizenship Governance” Project, jointly hosted by the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and the WZB Berlin Social Science Center, is seeking to appoint a researcher in the field of “Naturalization Law and Policy: A Global Perspective.” The research explores the question of how states around the world select and “create” new citizens. It seeks to develop a global database on naturalization conditions and methods. Research includes data collection, a comparative analysis of citizenship laws, and drafting explanatory notes for a global naturalization database. Details about the project, funded by an ERC Starting Grant, are available here. Being part of the GCG project, the researcher can also benefit from Europe’s two leading social science research institutes—the EUI and WZB. The research will be in cooperation with GLOBALCIT.
Place of work: Florence, EUI
– A completed PhD in law, social science, and related fields with a focus on migration, citizenship, and comparative research;
– excellent writing and presentation skills in English;
– strong academic and analytical profile;
– Previous knowledge, experience or publications in the research areas of the GCG project would be an advantage.
– Methodological experience in constructing legal/policy indicators;
– Experience with international collaborative research projects.
Languages: Excellent written and spoken English (C2-level) is required; knowledge of other EU languages will be an advantage.
Contact details For more information contact MariaElena.Cau@eui.eu.
Deadline The closing date for applications is: 15 March 2018
How to apply: Fill in the on line application form and upload a cv (a statement letter or other documents are not required). Application procedure: Fill in the on line application form and upload a cv (a statement letter or other documents are not required).