[CfA:] Project assistant without doctorate (m/f/d)
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The Centre for South-East European Studies is looking for a Project assistant without doctorate (m/f/d) 30 hours a week Fixed-term for 8 months position to be filled as of 03.10.2022
Elisabeth-List-Fellowship project “Women’s and gender history in Southeast Europe in the 20th Century Oral history, ethnographic and biographical approaches as a way to advance intersectionality”
- Close collaboration with the Senior Fellows and the other Incoming Junior Fellow on the project “Women’s and gender history in Southeast Europe in the 20th Century: Oral history, ethnographic and biographical approaches as a way to advance intersectionality.” See futher details of the project here:
- Completing your PhD which is broadly related to the fellowship research project (this assistantship is aimed at a late-stage PhD candidate who is at the writing up stage of their dissertation)
- Administrative and organisational support for the project
- collaborative organization of a doctoral school and other public events
- Research activities in the context of the project including the submission of at least one publication.
- Co-teaching a seminar on Women’s and gender history in Southeast Europe in the 20th Century
- Completed BA and MA in the humanities or social sciences with a grounding in gender studies and social history of Southeast Europe.
- Currently enrolled in a PhD programme with a dissertation related to gender and women's history of Southeast Europe in the 20th Century (the successful candidate may be enrolled in Graz or any other university in Austria or beyond).
- Knowledge of theory and methods in the fields of gender and social history
- Excellent written and spoken English and one Southeast European language is essential
- Knowledge of German is an advantage
- Experience in organizing public events and administrative work
- Social competence and ability to work reliably as part of a team as well as autonomously when needed
Salary scheme of the Universitäten-KV (University Collective Agreement): B1
The minimum salary as stated in the collective agreement and according to the classification scheme is EUR 3.058,60 gross/month (for full-time employment). This minimum salary may be higher due to previous employment periods eligible for inclusion and other earnings and remunerations.
We offer you a job with a lot of responsibility and variety. You can expect an enjoyable work climate, flexible work hours and numerous possibilities for further education and personal development. Take advantage of the chance to enter into a challenging work environment full of team spirit and enthusiasm for your job.
Application deadline: 18.05.2022
The University of Graz strives to increase the proportion of women in particular in management and faculty positions and therefore encourages qualified women to apply.
Especially with regard to academic staff, we welcome applications from persons with disabilities who meet the requirements of the advertised position.
Please add a letter of motivation and a letter of recommendation via the upload field in the application form.
Applicants with proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be given preference if equally qualified. For further information, please refer to our general application regulations.