PhD fellow in English literature University of Agder, Faculty of Humanities and Education

University of Agder has over 1200 employees and 12,000 students. It makes us one of the country's largest jobs. Our employees research, teach and convey knowledge from different disciplines. Co-creation of knowledge is our common vision. We offer a wide range of studies within many fields of work. We are hosting two modern campuses in Kristiansand and Grimstad.

 

We are an open and inclusive university characterized by collaboration culture. UiA aims to further develop education and research at a high international level.

 

PhD fellow in English literature

 

At the University of Agder, Faculty of Humanities and Education, it is available a 3 year old

 

100% fellowship in English literature. The position is linked to the faculty's doctoral program, specializing in literature science. More information: http://www.uia.no/en/portals/om_university/humaniora_og_pedagogik/doktorgradsutdanning

 

The place of work is Campus Kristiansand. Appointment by appointment with the faculty. The employee must have a master's degree / major or equivalent in English with specialization in English-language literature, with very good results. The project will be linked to the English subject at the Faculty of Humanities and Education. It is a prerequisite that the faculty can provide guidance in the field. The project may be associated with the following research groups at the faculty: "Early Modern & Modern Research Group (EMMRG)", "Agder Irish Network (AINE)", "Trauma Fictions in Contemporary Culture" and "Translation and Intercultural Communication (TIC)."

 

Applicants will prepare a project description that will follow the application. The project description shall have a maximum of 5 pages excluding literature list and will present and discuss research questions, theoretic perspectives, material, progress plan and methods.

 

Further provisions for position as a fellow student are set out in the Regulations on employment conditions for posts as postdoctoral, fellow, academic assistant and special candidate, pursuant to the Law on Universities and Colleges, Section 6-4.

 

The position is a recruitment position and it requires the ability to work purposefully, tidy, concentrated and independent. When assessing the applicants, emphasis is placed on the obtained exam results, relevant academic background, any published work and documented development work, as well as the quality and relevance of the project description. Relevant practice, personal fitness and cooperation skills will also be emphasized. Current candidates will be invited for interview.

 

The state labor force must reflect as much as possible the diversity of the population, and it is a staff policy goal for UiA to achieve a balanced staff composition. We therefore encourage all qualified individuals to apply regardless of cultural background, gender, age or functional ability.

 

The employee has rights and duties according to the provisions that apply to the position at all times. Appointment is made by the Appointment Committee for teaching and research positions at the University of Agder.

 

The position is placed in the National Wage Regulatory Wage Plan 17,515, code 1017, kr. 435,500 bto per year. From the salary, statutory deposits go to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund.

 

According to section 25, second paragraph of the Publicity Act, applicants may request not to be listed on the public search list. However, the University may decide to publish the name of the candidate. Applicants will be notified prior to publication.

 

We wish that the application itself and the necessary information about education and experience are sent electronically, use the link "search position".

 

The following must be uploaded electronically:

 

- CV with publication list, certified copies of diplomas and certificates, as well as up to 3 references

- Master's thesis / Master's thesis

- up to 5 publications / scientific works (in addition to the Master's thesis / Master's thesis)

- project description

 

It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that all documentation is attached to the electronic application. Applicants must ensure that documents are not too big and that they are in a format that can be attached electronically. Documents that are too large or have a non-accepted format will not be included in the further application processing. Applicants also make sure that no documents are submitted more than once.

 

It is expected that the employee is resident locally.

 

Application deadline: 15.10.17

 

Further information about the position can be obtained from the Head of Department at the Department of Foreign Languages and Translation, Tale M. Guldal, tale.guldal@uia.no , tel. +47 38 14 10 76 / +47 952 74 352 or head of the PhD Committee for Literature, Professor Oddvar Holmesland, oddvar.holmesland@uia.no , tel. +47 38 14 20 48 / +47 952 86 072


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