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Geschäftsführende/r Generalsekretär/in der ÖGPW

Die Österreichische Gesellschaft für Politikwissenschaft (ÖGPW) sucht eine/n geschäftsführende/n Generalsekretär/in
Die Österreichische Gesellschaft für Politikwissenschaft - kurz ÖGPW - wurde 1970 gegründet und hat derzeit circa 500 Mitglieder: StudentInnen, AbsolventInnen und HochschullehrerInnen der Politikwissenschaft, sowie VertreterInnen der außeruniversitären sozialwissenschaftlichen Forschung und Interessierte aus den verschiedensten gesellschaftlichen Bereichen.
Die Aufgaben der ÖGPW umfassen: die Förderung der inner- und außeruniversitären politikwissenschaftlichen Studien und Forschung in Österreich; die Vertretung der Interessen von PolitikwissenschafterInnen in Österreich; aktive Beteiligung an forschungs- und hochschulpolitischen Debatten und Reformprozessen; die Internationalisierung der österreichischen Politikwissenschaft; die Profilierung der Politikwissenschaft in der Öffentlichkeit


Was wir bieten:

  • Die Möglichkeit, die Arbeit der ÖGPW aktiv mitzugestalten
  • Eine abwechslungsreiche Tätigkeit in Kooperation mit dem engagierten Vorstands-Team der ÖGPW
  • Vernetzung in die politikwissenschaftliche Community

Aufgabengebiete des/der Generalsekretär/in:

Allgemeines:

  • Aktive Mitarbeit an allen im Rahmen der ÖGPW Statuten festgelegten Aufgaben; Verwaltung vereinsbehördlicher Angelegenheiten
  • Koordinationsstelle für externe Anfragen
  • Unterstützung der Arbeit der/des Vorsitzenden, sowie der Kassierin/des Kassiers
  • Vorbereitung und Durchführung der ÖGPW Vorstandssitzungen, der ÖGPW Generalversammlung und der Vorstandswahl, inkl. Protokoll
  • Koordination, Verwaltung und Abwicklung der ÖGPW Nachwuchsförderungen

Mitgliederbetreuung:

  • Verwaltung der Mitglieder-Datenbank, Erstellung und Aktualisierung der Mitgliederliste
  • Email- und Post-Aussendungen: Mitgliedsbeiträge, diverse Korrespondenz mit Mitgliedern, Job Calls und Call for Papers, etc. (ca. einmal pro Woche)
  • Erstellung und Veröffentlichung des regelmäßig erscheinenden Rundbriefs „ÖGPW Aktuell“ (März, Juni, September und Dezember)

Öffentlichkeitsarbeit:

  • Allgemeine Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
  • Betreuung der Webseite sowie des Auftritts der ÖGPW in den sozialen Medien
  • Koordination des Politikwissenschaftsblogs der ÖGPW

Veranstaltungen:

  •  Mitarbeit in der Konzeption und Durchführung von Tagungen, Konferenzen, Vorträgen, Workshops
  • Abrechnung aller ÖGPW Veranstaltungen gegenüber öffentlichen und privaten Förderstellen
  • Teilnahme an nationalen und internationalen Koordinations- und Kooperationstreffen

Voraussetzungen:

  • Sozialwissenschaftlicher – vorzugsweise politikwissenschaftlicher – Studienabschluss auf Diplom- oder Master-Level
  • Erfahrung in Wissenschaftskommunikation und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
  •  Kenntnisse in Typo3, MS Office und MS Excel
  • Deutsch und Englisch auf sehr gutem Niveau
  • Kenntnisse der politikwissenschaftlichen Community in Österreich
  • Teamfähigkeit und flexible Arbeitsorganisation

Arbeitszeit: ca. 10 h / Woche (in Spitzenzeiten – Konferenzen etc. – eventuell mehr); flexible Arbeitszeit (Home Office möglich)

Honorar: Geringfügige Beschäftigung als freie/r DienstnehmerIn (derzeit EUR 460,66 pro Monat)

Geplanter Beschäftigungsbeginn: zwischen 1. März und 1. April 2020 (Einarbeitungsphase bis April 2020)

Vorstellungsgespräche: Zwischen 10. und 14. Februar 2020


Bei Interesse richten Sie bitte Ihre Bewerbung mit Lebenslauf und einem kurzen Motivationsschreiben per E-Mail an den ÖGPW Vorstand unter office.oegpw[at]ihs.ac.at
Etwaige Fragen sind ebenfalls an diese Adresse zu richten.

Die vollständige Ausschreibung als PDF

Bewerbungsschluss ist der 7. Feburar 2020

University Assistants (post doc) at the Department of Political Science, University of Vienna

The Centre for European Integration Research (EIF) is a research group within the Department of Political Science that is dedicated to research and teaching in the field of European integration. It has specialized in problem-oriented basic research regarding different EU policy areas and their comparison. In the future, we shall deepen our focus on the EU’s role in the so-called digital revolution.

Three Post-Doc-Positions are to be filled with this announcement.

Duration of employment: 6 year/s

Extent of Employment: 40 hours/week

Job Description:
Active participation in research, teaching and administration in the field of EU research (Prof. Dr. Gerda Falkner, EIF). This includes mainly:
- establishing or expanding your profile as an independent researcher
- being active internationally in publishing and holding lectures
- founding long-term structures for research and acquisition of external funds
- purveying teaching autonomously within the boundaries of the collective bargaining standards and supervising students
- composing a thematically relevant postdoctoral thesis to qualify for a professorship (Habilitation) or an equivalent of high-ranking publications
- participating in research projects and hosting international conferences
- taking part in measures of evaluation and assuring best practices
- involvement in administrating research, teaching and institutional matters

Profile:
- specialization in the EU and digitalization with publications (or draft manuscripts), including but not limited to topics of individual (intended) EU policies and their comparison; the EU as a relevant actor on the global stage; the delicate balance between surveillance and democracy; e-governance; cyber security or cyber defense; competing models of digital policy by the EU, the US and China; the implementation of relevant EU policies in the member states.
The intention is to form a team encompassing three different but complementary profiles to offer ideal circumstances for cooperation (e. g. with three focuses on the national level(s), the EU level, or the global one; with the EU in mind throughout).
- PhD graduate in political science (or a neighbouring and related discipline) (graduation at the latest in summer 2020)
- proven skills regarding publishing in highly renowned, pertinent journals and publishing houses
- affinity and high level of knowledge concerning European integration
- proficiency in English and, at least, substantial competence in spoken and written German
- well versed in qualitiative (and, optionally, quantitative) empirical methods of the social sciences
- excellent at expressing yourself orally and in writing
- experienced in prolific didactics
- able to work harmoniously in a team
- capable software user (MS Office)

Further assets:
- experience in acquiring external funding or participation in research projects respectively
- having already given lectures in international settings
- previous teaching in political science
- capable to hold classes in English and, after at the latest three years, in German
- knowledge in curricular matters and supervision of students (possibly even concerning master or doctoral theses)
- insight into university processes and structures
- international experiences

To be enclosed in your application:
- letter of motivation (in German or English)
- academic CV (including your list of publications, previous teaching assignments and lectures, and an outline of your experience with applying for (and potentially handling) externally funded projects)
- description of where your emphasis in research has been placed so far and what you wish to deal with in the future (five pages in English)
- contact details for potential references
- certificates and diploma (copies, originals needed in case of interview)

Please find the full call here: LINK

Deadline for applications: 31.01.2020

University Assistant (prae doc) at the Department of Political Science, University of Vienna


The Centre for European Integration Research (EIF) is a research group within the Department of Political Science that is dedicated to research and teaching in the field of European integration. It has specialized in problem-oriented basic research regarding different EU policy areas and their comparison. In the future, we shall deepen our focus on the EU’s role in the so-called digital revolution.

Duration of employment: 4 year/s

Extent of Employment: 30 hours/week

Job Description:
- active participation in research, teaching and administration in the field of EU research (Prof. Dr. Gerda Falkner, EIF).
- writing a doctoral thesis and scientific publications in the area EU and digitalization
- signing a doctoral thesis agreement (within 12 to 18 months)
- autonomous teaching according to the collective agreements
- (participation in) supervising students
- involvement in organizing conferences, research projects, publications and lectures
- participating in applications for projects and external funding

Profile:
- graduate (MA or Magister) in political science (or a neighbouring and closely related discipline) with an emphasis on the EU (graduation at the latest in summer 2020)
- affinity and evident skills regarding digitalization (e. g. publications or drafts, seminar papers or master thesis on aspects of the digital revolution in the EU context, etc.)
- specialised in qualitiative methods (preferably to analyse policy fields and decision-making processes)
- substantial level of knowledge concerning (theories of) European integration
- excellence at expressing yourself orally and in writing
- excellent command of English (German can be an asset)
- ability to work harmoniously in a team
- capable software user (MS Office)

Further assets:
- previous teaching or experience with e-learning
- insight into university processes and structures
- international experiences
- successful initial steps in scientific research

To be enclosed in your application:
- letter of motivation (in German or English)
- academic CV (if applicable, including your list of publications)
- proof of previous teaching (if available)
- outline of your intended doctoral thesis (max. five pages, in English)
- an example of your scientific text production relevant to the field (publication, seminar paper, master thesis)
- certificates and diploma, including a list of courses attended at university with marks (copies, originals needed in case of interview)

Please find the full call for applications here: LINK

Deadline for applications: 31.01.2020

 

Universitätsassistent/in ("prae doc") am Institut für Staatswissenschaft, Universität Wien

Das Institut für Staatswissenschaft sucht eine Universitätsassistenz (prae doc) mit Kenntnissen in den Bereichen des politischen Verhaltens und/oder des Parteienwettberwerbs sowie der quantitativen Methoden in den Sozialwissenschaften. Sofern möglich ist die Besetzung der Stelle ab 1.3.2020 gewünscht.

Dauer der Befristung: 4 Jahr/e

Beschäftigungsausmaß: 30 Stunden/Woche.

Ihre Aufgaben:
- Mitarbeit in Forschung, Lehre und Administration
- Abschluss einer Dissertationsvereinbarung binnen 12-18 Monaten wird erwartet
- Mitwirkung an und selbständige Abhaltung von Lehrveranstaltungen im Ausmaß der kollektivvertraglichen Bestimmungen
- Internationale Publikations- und Vortragstägigkeit
- Mitwirkung in Forschungsprojekten sowie bei wissenschaftlichen Studien
- Mitwirkung bei Publikationen
- Mitwirkung bei der Organisation von Tagungen, Konferenzen, Symposien
- Mitwirkung bei Projektbeantragung und Einwerbung von Drittmitteln
- Studierendenbetreuung
- Mitwirkung an Evaluierungsmaßnahmen und in der Qualitätssicherung
- Mitwirkung in der Institutsadministration

Ihr Profil:
- Abgeschlossenes Diplom- oder Masterstudium in den Sozialwissenschaften (Politikwissenschaft, Wirtschaftswissenschaft, Soziologie)
- Forschungsinteresse in Parteiensysteme und/oder Meinungsbildung und Wahlverhalten unter der Anwendung von quantitativen und/oder experimentellen Methoden
- ausgezeichnete Kenntnisse der quantitativen Methoden (STATA, R)

- Erfahrung mit statistischer Analyse
- Ausgezeichnete Kenntnisse in Englisch

Link zur Ausschreibung im Jobcenter der Universität Wien (KZ 10439)

Bewerbungsfrist: 06.02.

Assistant or Associate Professor in Comparative Politics, Central European University Vienna

The Political Science Department at Central European University, Vienna, invites applications for a full-time open rank (Assistant or Associate) position in Comparative Politics. Having an active research interest in challenges to democracy in the 21st century or non-Western polities will be an advantage. Teaching experience, especially on the BA-level, is a welcome asset.

We encourage applications from candidates who are willing to make a long-term commitment to living and working in Vienna.

Duties and responsibilities
The successful candidate is expected to teach core and elective courses on the BA, MA, and PhD level in comparative politics, to supervise BA, MA, and PhD students, to publish in international outlets, and to participate in departmental initiatives. A typical teaching load consists of 12 teaching credits (where one credit equals 50 minutes of classroom contact over a 12-week academic term), plus BA, MA, and PhD thesis supervision.

Qualifications
The candidate must have a PhD or equivalent in political science and a proven record of excellence in scholarship. Post-graduate teaching experience in the area of comparative politics is a plus.

Compensation
We offer a competitive salary that is commensurate with experience as well as a dynamic and international academic environment. The initial appointment is for six years, renewable as indefinite, after review.

How to apply

Applicants need to submit a cover letter, their CV, including the full contact information for three referees, and two English language article-length works presenting their own research.

Please send your complete application to advert005@ceu.edu - including the job code in the subject line: 2020/005.

Please find the full call here

Application deadline date: March 2, 2020

Assistant Professor in Political Theory, Central European University Vienna

The Department of Political Science of the Central European University in Vienna, announces a call for an Assistant Professor in Political Theory. The applicants should be able to carry out state of the art research and teach undergraduate and graduate courses (at the MA and PhD level) on the main problems of contemporary normative political theory, such as the theory of justice, political authority and obligations, democratic theory, as well as the history of political philosophy. Area of specialization is open, but a research focus on gender justice is an advantage.

We encourage applications from candidates who are willing to make a long-term commitment to living and working in Vienna.

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Teach 12 credits per Academic Year at the BA, MA and PhD level
  • Supervise BA, MA and PhD theses
  • Carry out independent research and regularly publish in international scholarly journals
  • Contribute to departmental and university service

Qualifications:

  • Applicants should have a PhD degree in political theory/political philosophy;
  • A record of peer-reviewed international publications in political theory is an advantage;
  • A record of successful teaching and supervision in political theory/political philosophy is a plus;

Compensation
We offer a competitive salary that is commensurate with experience as well as a dynamic and international academic environment. The initial appointment is for six years, renewable as indefinite, after review.

How to apply

Please send your

  • application cover letter
  • curriculum vitae
  • publication sample
  • a sample course syllabus in political philosophy
  • contact information for three referees

Please send your complete application package to advert006[at]ceu.edu - including job code in subject line: 2020/006.

Please find the full call here

Apllication deadline date: March 2, 2020

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