Postdoctoral Researcher Position in UK, Durham University
Designation/Position- Postdoctoral Researcher Position in UK
Institute of Advanced Study, Durham University, UK invites application for Postdoctoral Researcher Position in UK from eligible and interested candidates
About- The Institute of Advanced Study is a prestigious, ideas-based Institute with global reach. We bring together world-leading researchers from all disciplines to work with Durham colleagues on collaborative projects of major intellectual, scientific, political and practical significance. At least twenty visiting IAS Fellows join us in Durham each year to work with Durham scholars to spark new investigations, set tomorrow’s agenda and participate in a varied programme of activities. Postdoctoral Researcher Position in UK, Durham University
Research/Job Area- Any discipline
Location- Institute of Advanced Study, Durham University, UK
- Applicants of any nationality are eligible to apply (though preference will be given to International applicants); in line with Durham University’s equality and diversity policies, research group strongly encourage individuals from underrepresented groups to apply;
- Applicants from any discipline are eligible to apply;
- Applicants may come from an academic or non-academic background (e.g. public intellectuals, artists, writers, film makers, journalists, policy makers, politicians);
- Applications should be from researchers or non-academics who have a well-established or strongly emerging international reputation, have made major contributions to their field, and can provide evidence of research leadership and/or public impact. They are expected to have played a significant role in shaping their discipline or field through their outputs, achievements and indicators of esteem;
- Applicants must submit a complete application as described in the Application Procedures (incomplete applications will not be accepted or considered);
- Applicants must agree to the conditions of the IAS Fellowships as described in the Further Particulars.
How to Apply- Applications must be emailed to the IAS Manager, Linda Crowe, no later than this date. Incomplete applications, i.e. those submitted without all of the following: a letter of application, a CV, research proposal, and two letters of recommendation/references will not be considered.
The following application materials are required by the deadline 07 June 2019:
1. A letter of application;
2. A Curriculum Vitae/Resume;
3. Two references;
4. A Fellowship proposal;
The details within your Fellowship proposal (#4) must also be copied into the Fellowship Research Proposal Proforma at the bottom of this page and submitted for peer review to a Durham academic with whom the proposed research most closely aligns. Applicants must allow sufficient time to make contact with a potential Reviewer to in turn allow them requisite time to complete the review and to return it directly to the IAS by the 07 June deadline. It is also essential that the letter of application (#1) confirms that this proforma has been submitted and to whom. This statement of support from a Durham academic is crucial in terms of ensuring that the fellow’s proposed work is of strategic benefit to Durham University (e.g. in terms of supporting collaboration), and every effort should be made to find an appropriate Durham scholar to act as peer reviewer. If it is not possible to determine an appropriate departmental reviewer, this must be noted in the letter of application. Further details about how to locate an appropriate reviewer are noted below.
Letter of Application
Applicants must indicate in the letter of application if they will be accompanied by a spouse or partner and/or if they have a family that will be travelling with them. However, accommodation suitable for families is limited and the IAS cannot guarantee that such family accommodation will be provided. The IAS cannot cover the costs of family travel or family subsistence costs during the fellowship period.
Finally, applicants must indicate in the letter of application how they were made aware of the Fellowship (word of month; via their own institution; website etc.).
The Curriculum Vitae/Resume should include evidence of research interests and career to date, international recognition and impact in the field.
Decisions for the 2020/21 recruitment phase will be communicated by email only by the end of October 2019.
For Contact- [email protected]
Last Date for Apply– 07 June 2019