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Stockholm (Sweden): 25 Positions as Postdoctoral Research Fellow_Faculties of Science, Humanities, Law, and Social Sciences
25 Positions as Postdoctoral Research Fellow in subject areas within the Faculties of Science, Humanities, Law, and Social Sciences.
Deadline for applications: December 17, 2012.
By investing in international recruitement of eminemt researchers and students, international exchanges and increased collaborations, Stockholm University intends to stimulate the academic environment and strengthen the position of the University in the international market.
Stockholm University offers teaching and research positions in the fields of Science, Humanities, Law, and Social Sciences. The University enrolls more than 64 000 students per year, and currently there are approximately 5 000 employees.
Stockholm University has a notable profile of conducting basic research, though applied research is also performed. Research within the areas of Science, Humanities, Law and Social Sciences maintains breadth and high quality. Thirty of the University’s research areas have been promoted as leading.
A Postdoctoral Research Fellow is expected to conduct research and, may to some extent, teach at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
A Postdoctoral Research Fellow is employed foremost, in order to perform research, and should have a doctoral degree awarded at a university outside of Sweden.
In the appointment process special weight will be given to scientific proficiency. Some weight may be given to teaching proficiency.
Terms of employment
The employment as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow is for two years, with a possibility of prolongation due to special reasons, such as an absence from work due to illness, parental leave, etc.
Stockholm University strives to be a workplace that is free from discrimination and with equal opportunities for all.
The application may be written in English or Swedish, and should be in the following order:
-CV (CV showing date of birth, when and where PhD was awarded, employment record);
-an Application Letter demonstrating scientific results and plan for future research (max 10 pages);
-list of publications;
-names of three referees, with e-mail addresses, that will submit by December 17 letters of recommendation; each letter must include, in the e-mail subject field, the Ref. No. SU 619-2974-12; and
letter of invitation from the head of the department at Stockholm University where the applicant aims to be placed.
You are welcome to submit your application,
labelled Ref. No. SU 619-2974-12, no later than December 17, 2012,
by e-mail to: email@example.com.
Submit your application as a single PDF file, arranged according to the above instructions. Indicate the reference number SU 619-2974-12 in the subject line, adding HS if your application pertains to the subject areas Humanities, Law or Social Sciences, and Nat for the subject area of Science.
Letters of recommendation should also be e-mailed in PDF format, with
the Ref. No. SU 619-2974-12 indicated as subject, to: firstname.lastname@example.org.