Call for Application for a Post-doc Position: Combating poverty in Europe

25 novembre 2011 par lucieberaudsudreau

Call for Application for a Post-doc Position: Combating poverty in Europe

The Jean-Monnet Centre for European Studies and Transnational Regulations  at the University of Oldenburg (Germany) offers a full-time position for a sociologist or political scientist for the coordination of an EU project entitled “Combating Poverty in Europe: Re-organising Active Inclusion through Participatory and Integrated Modes of Multilevel Governance” (COPE). The position is for an initial duration of two years, starting from February, 2012 or as soon as possible thereafter (see call as pdf for details).
The project focuses on the political and organisational challenges of the complex governance models which have evolved in the field of European, national and local poverty, inclusion and minimum income policies. COPE will study how minimum income schemes for three different groups (lone mothers, long-term unemployed, working poor) are organised in five EU countries (Italy, Germany, Poland, Sweden and the UK) and how they cope with multilevel and multi-stakeholder modes of co-producing active inclusion policies.
We invite applications from highly qualified post-docs from all over the world. The remuneration corresponds with public service organizations (payment group 13 degree 1 of the General Framework Agreement on Public Services in the Federal States (TVL).
Please send your application (including a covering letter which describes your research interests, your CV and three selected publications) in English or German until the end of November, 2011 by E-mail to martin.heidenreich(at)uni-oldenburg.de.

See call:
http://www.localise-research.eu/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Call-Postdoc-COPE.pdf

 
 
 

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