Recruiting Research Fellows for Sussex Law School

by | Jun 15, 2016

Research Fellow x 3 Posts, Ref 950 (fixed-term, part-time to full-time)

School of Law, Politics and Sociology – Sussex Law School

Fixed term from 01 September 2016 to 31 August 2020, part-time (0.6 FTE minimum) to full-time (to be negotiated with successful candidate)
Salary range:
  starting at £31,656 and rising to £37,768 either pro rata or full-time.  This appointment will start at the first point of the salary scale.
Closing date for applications: 13 July 2016
Expected start date:  01 September 2016

Description

Applications are invited for three part-time to full-time Research Fellows to work with Professor Nuno Ferreira (Law) on an ERC funded project ‘Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Claims of Asylum: A European human rights challenge’ (SOGICA).  The position requires expertise in the fields of migration and asylum law and/or sexuality and gender studies.  Applicants should have an undergraduate degree in social science discipline, such as law, sociology or political science, and a PhD – also in a social science discipline.  Candidates should have experience of conducting empirical research in social sciences.

Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Nuno Ferreira, N.Ferreira@sussex.ac.uk.  Further information about the School of Law, Politics and Sociology can be found here .

Terms and conditions

Research Faculty Terms and Conditions SUMMARY [DOC 36.00KB]

Application

Application form – academic post [DOC 301.50KB]

Please send completed application form by email to: lpsrecruitment@sussex.ac.uk

When emailing your application please use the following format in the ‘subject’ line: post reference number / post title / your name. If you are applying for more than one post advertised by the University, please send a separate email and application form for each post. Please attach your completed application form and any other documents directly to the email rather than using a web-based upload / weblink service (e.g. SkyDrive) otherwise we may not receive your application due to incompatibility with our email software.

Or post to: Human Resources Division, Sussex House, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9RH.

Applications should be received by midnight on the closing date.

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