MINELRES: Job Opening: European Academy of Bolzano Institute for Minority Rights
Sat Sep 24 16:52:05 2005
Original sender: Sergiu Constantin <Sergiu.Constantin@eurac.edu>
Institute for Minority Rights at the European Academy Bolzano (EURAC)
looks for a scientific collaborator to reinforce our team in the area of
political science/international relations
Tasks and Responsibilities:
• Scientific collaboration for "protection of minorities in ethnic
conflicts" with emphasis on the Balkans and Newly Independent States
• Support organizational work on the project
• Collaborate on the MIRIS data base (Minority Rights Information
System) and the publications of the Institute
• University degree in political science, with preferential emphasis in
"international relations", "comparative political systems"
• Knowledge of policy making and history of the Balkans and Newly
• Working experience is an advantage
• Outstanding knowledge of the English language (Written and Spoken)
• Very good knowledge of one or several Slavic languages
• Knowledge of German or Italian is an advantage.
• Work opportunity with an international team of young researchers
• Possibility of advanced training
The position is limited for a period of 2 years at the beginning.
The position is vacant starting 1.1.2006.
Please send your application with cover letter within 30.10.2005 to the
Eva Maria Moar
Institute for Minority Rights
European Academy Bolzano
1 39100 Bozen
Or by email:
Tel: +39 0471 055218
Fax: +39 0471 055299
Please add the following phrase to you CV otherwise your application
will not be considered:
I consent to the use of my personal data in accordance with the
provisions of decree 196/2003.
Accademia Europea Bolzano/Europaische Akademie Bozen/European Academy of
Bolzano/Bozen (EURAC) is an innovative institute for research and
scientific training in South Tyrol. A private institution, its activity
is primarily concentrated in five fields: Applied Linguistics,
Minorities and Autonomies, Sustainable Development, Management and
Corporate Culture as well as Life Science.
These five very different research departments share a common
denominator: flexible interdisciplinary co-operation between the
researchers' of diverse scientific and geographic backgrounds.
At the EURAC, linguists and computer scientists work together to compile
digital learning dictionaries, legal experts from various countries
explore models of autonomy and federalism to ensure the protection of
minorities in the enlarging European Union, while ecologists develop
experts future scenarios for the development of the Alpine region
together with economists.
For detailed information please visit the website http://www.eurac.edu/
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