Post-doctoral positions in Economic History17-03-2020 15:28
Post-doctoral positions in Economic History
Carlos III-Juan March Institute of Social Sciences, Carlos III University of Madrid
The Department of Social Sciences and the Carlos III-Juan March Institute of Social Sciences (IC3JM) at Carlos III University of Madrid seek to appoint up to 5 post-doctoral positions starting in September 2020. The post docs will have a double affiliation at the department of Social Sciences and at the IC3JM.
The positions are in International Relations, Research Methods in Social Sciences, Sociology and Economic History. Applicants must have received a PhD after September 1st, 2017, or have completed their PhD by September 2020. The appointment will be for three academic years. The positions have a teaching load of three courses per year (each course implies 3 hours a week of teaching during 14 weeks). The position does not require knowledge of Spanish.
The annual salary is 34,743 Euros (gross) in 14 payments (extra payments in June and December). The postdocs have a 1,000 euros annual allowance for research expenses. As a public institution, the University Carlos III de Madrid is an equal opportunity employer.
Applications should be sent by e-mail to Magdalena Nebreda (firstname.lastname@example.org) and María José Gutiérrez (email@example.com), before April 19th 2020. Reference letters should be sent separately to the same e-mail adresses. Informal enquiries can be addressed to Jordi Domenech (firstname.lastname@example.org).
About the IC3JM: the IC3JM is the continuation of the Juan March Institute. It is located at the Getafe campus of Carlos III University, one of the most prestigious Spanish universities, particularly in Social Sciences. The IC3JM promotes high quality research in the Social Sciences, with a strong emphasis on comparative and analytical approaches. It has a strong international profile and a very prestigious Scientific council.
About the Department of Social Sciences at Carlos III: created in 2013, this a young, interdisciplinary department covering the areas of Sociology, Political Science, and Economic History. It has a strong international profile with researchers aiming at the top international journals in their respective disciplines.
Carlos III University was created in 1989. It is one of the leading universities in Spain. It appears in the QS Top 50 under 50 ranking (top 50 universities created in the last 50 years). The University has a commitment to the European Commission's Human Resource Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R) programme, signing the European Charter and Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers December 17, 2015, and obtaining official membership of the EURAXESS network, January 13, 2016.
Jordi Domenech (email@example.com)