14. december 2010

Post doc scholarship

The Centre for Bible and Cultural Memory at the Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen, invites applications for a one-year post.doc fellowship. The scholarship is planned to start on the 1st of February 2011. Applications are invited for research on Cultural Memory and the Dead Sea Scrolls.

An appointment as a post.doc researcher requires academic qualifications at a Ph.d level. Applications must include CV, documentation of the applicant's education, employment, research contribution, and teaching experience. A complete, numbered list of publications must also be included.

The University welcomes applications from suitably qualified candidates regardless of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic background.

The applicant should include up to five publications relevant to the application. If the panel of evaluators find it necessary to include other material, the applicant will be informed and required to send what is requested. All material must be sent in four copies.

The application must contain a project proposal with full description of the suggested research project. The outline of the planned research should not be longer than a maximum 10.000 taps including spaces and notes.

The appointment and salary will be in accordance with the agreement on state-employed academics in force between Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederations of Professional Associations.

After the deadline for applications, a panel of qualified evaluators will be appointed. All applicants will be informed about who is serving as member of the committee. When the panel has made its decision, every applicant will be sent a part of the assessment that concerns him or her.

Any questions can be addressed by telephone to Mr. Niels Christian Tolvang-Nielsen at +4535323605 or to the director Dr. Pernille Carstens +4535323645/pca@teol.ku.dk.

Further information on the place of work can be found on the Faculty's website: www.teol.ku.dk

Applications must be received by the Faculty of Theology, Købmagergade 44-46, DK-1150 København K, no later than Friday 14 January 2011 at 12:00.