The Department of Media and Communication and the Erasmus ResearchCentre for Media, Communication and Culture ( ERMeCC), is looking for candidates for ...
The Department of Media and Communication and the Erasmus ResearchCentre for Media, Communication and Culture ( ERMeCC), is looking for candidates for the following 4 vacancies;
1. PhD Candidate/Lecturer– Discourses of Digital Citizen Activism ( 1.0FTE, 5 years)
2. Post-Doctoral Researcher / Lecturer (f/m, 0,8 to 1.0 FTE) in the sociology of Media, Culture and Society
3. Post-Doctoral Researcher / Lecturer Privacy, digitalization and communication (f/m,1.0 FTE
4. Assistant Professor (Universitair Docent) (f/m,1.0 fte) in ImpactfulPrivacy Practices and Communication
Vacancy 1 > PhD Candidate/Lecturer– Discourses of Digital CitizenActivism ( 1.0 FTE, 5 years)
We are looking for a highly motivated female PhD Candidate / Lecturerinterested in developing her PhD research within the broader topic of the production and circulation of discourses of digital citizen activism. This position for a talented female PhD candidate is funded by an NWO Aspasia grant awarded to Dr. Dumitrica and the Media and communication department at ESHCC via teaching within the various degree programmes in this department.
* A Master's degree in a relevant discipline such as media studies, cultural studies, or sociology of media, or sociology of social movements; a research master is preferred;
* Knowledge of or proven interest in digital activism, discourse theory and/or representation is a plus.
* Proven affinity for qualitative research, as evidenced by your master's thesis, publications, research plans and other projects;
* Organisational experience and skills;
* Strong didactic potential. Prior teaching experience is considered an advantage;
* Being able to collaborate in larger teams (for example, in teaching);
* A willingness to develop knowledge and skills in various disciplines and to increase the ability to teach related subjects within the faculty's degree programme;
* Proficiency in spoken and written English. Non-English speakers have to meet the C1-standards of the Common European Framework (CEF).
Conditions of employment
Employment starts in the fall of 2020, with a preferred starting date of
15 November 2020. The position will initially be for a term of 1,5years, which - depending on performance – will be extended with a second term of 3,5 years
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