05 April 2013

Utrecht School of Law, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
Assistant Professor of Human Rights and International Public Law
Deadline for application: 15 April 2013

The Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance (REBO) is one of the largest faculties within the University of Utrecht and contains one of the oldest departments: the Utrecht School of Law. The School of law is housed in a number of monumental buildings in the center of Utrecht. With approximately 4000 students and 500 staff members, the School of Law stands in the midst of society, thanks to a wide range of departments, renowned research and a well-equipped law library. The School of Law is currently looking for an Assistant Professor of Human Rights and International Public Law.
The Assistant Professor of Human Rights and International Public Law will be working at the Department of International and European Law (IER), sections Human Rights (SIM) and Public International Law (IPUR).
Job description
The Assistant Professor will primarily be responsible for teaching (almost exclusively in English) in the field of international protection of human rights and public international law. The teaching duties include tending lectures and workshops, thesis supervision and coordination. He/she will also conduct research within the research programmes in which the sections participate. Finally he/she will be responsible for a number of organizational tasks.
• To be promoted (or almost completed doctoral study) in a human rights subject.
• Thorough and broad knowledge of the protection of human rights and their implementation at a regional and international level.
• Knowledge of and interest in public international law.
• Extensive teaching experience in both English and Dutch.
• Ability to function independently as well as in a team.
• A diverse range of tasks.
• An appointment for a period of 2 years.
• A salary of minimum € 3.227 and maximum € 5.020 gross per month, based on full-time employment (scale 11-12, CAO Dutch Universities).
• Favorable benefits including a good pension and partially paid parental leave.
• Apleasant environment at a historical location in the center of Utrecht.
For more information, please contact professor J.E. Goldschmidt at j.e.goldschmidt@uu.nl.

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