Position: Lecturer in Politics, Public Policy (Education and Research)
Institution: University of Exeter – College of Social Sciences and International Studies
The department wishes to appoint a Lecturer to further enrich one of the most successful public policy research groups in the UK. The successful applicant will hold a PhD (or nearing completion) or equivalent in Politics or a closely related discipline and have an independent, internationally-recognised research programme in an active field of Public Policy/Public Administration research related, or complementary, to existing Exeter strengths.
The post will involve conducting research of international quality, the delivery of outstanding teaching, and collegiate contribution to a friendly and dynamic department.
Deadlines for application : 28th August 2018.
02 Mar 2017
Ghent University is offering a full time post in the tenure track system/assistant professor in the field of European & international governance.
Ghent University is one of the most important education and research institutions in the Low Countries. On a daily basis, over 9,000 staff members and 41,000 students implement its motto “Dare to Think”. Ghent University’s mission statement is characterized by qualitative education, internationally renowned research and a pluralistic social responsibility. As part of its further scientific development, Ghent University plans to recruit:
- A full time post in the tenure track system/assistant professor, strongly research oriented
- Discipline European & International Governance
- Department of Public governance, management & finance (EB10)
- Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
Expert in the field of ‘European & International Governance’
Last application date: Mar 27, 2017 23:59
Department: EB10 – Department of Public Governance, Management and Finance
Occupancy rate: 100%
Vacancy Type: Autonomous academic staff
For further information regarding these vacancies, please contact Professor Frank Naert ([email protected]), +32 09/2432901) at the faculty of economics and business administration, department of public governance, management & finance.
Many governments today claim that they are squarely focused on ‘what works’ in designing their policies and the organizations tasked with delivering them. But in practice, they don’t really know what works? What does success in governing public problems mean? Why is it that in a population of organisations with an identical public task – such as social security agencies, health and safety inspectorates, police forces or ombudsman agencies – only some succeed in combining excellent performance with a strong public reputation for a substantial period of time? Likewise, why do some collaborative governance networks tackling complex public problems succeed and persist, where others trying exactly the same don’t? And why do some public policy programs that aim to change citizen attitudes and behaviours maintain consistently higher rates of impact and public support in some jurisdictions than in others?
You will work in a team of five (1 PI, 2 postdocs, 2 phd fellows) researchers on these critical, but seldom squarely tackled questions. We will use a range of analytical and methodological approaches. Our academic objectives are to discover patterns and to build theories of success in the public sector. Our applied ambitions are to work with public sector partners to translate these findings into practices of institutional design and professional development programs for public office-holders and public managers.
You will play a key role in developing the program’s operational design and methods, as well as in building and maintaining the international academic and practitioner partnerships that we will build up to enhance its comparative scope and its applied orientation. You will conduct state of the art research within the program, both alone and in collaborations with team members and affiliates, and publish its findings in academic, applied and wide-circulation media. You will co-supervise a PhD student. You will take an active part in spinoff applied research and training activities emanating from the program.
Deadline for Application :
10 May 2016
02 Mar 2016
Rutgers University – Newark (RU-N), one of the nation’s foremost urban research universities, seeks a dean for the School of Public Affairs & Administration (SPAA) to lead its faculty and programs, many of which are currently among the most distinguished in the nation.
The School of Public Affairs & Administration is a particularly important one to Rutgers – Newark as RU-N pursues its strategic vision as an anchor institution to the City of Newark and to Greater-Newark, and as a national leader in publically engaged scholarship and research.
The school’s strong interdisciplinary culture, 17 tenure and tenure-track faculty, 189 undergraduate majors, 554 MPA students, and 36 Ph.D. students, sit at the heart of RU-N’s mission.
The new dean of the School of Public Affairs & Administration will provide leadership to the school’s faculty as they define the vision shaping the future of the school in academic, research, community and public engagement, and resource development activities. As the academic and administrative leader for the school, the dean will set the standard for its intellectual engagement and accomplishment; provide strategic vision and operational leadership to all aspects of the academic and scholarly program, linking its vision, policies, and goals to the strategic vision for the university; and further foster an environment and community that supports the school’s faculty and students. In particular, the dean will assure that the school continues to serve its students with academic programs of the highest quality and effectiveness, promoting excellence through diversity in undergraduate and graduate programs and faculty recruitment. Supporting the university’s research mission, the dean will promote opportunities to advance the scholarly activities of the faculty, including helping secure extramural funding in support of faculty research. In pursuing these responsibilities, the dean, who reports to the chancellor of Rutgers University – Newark, will work collaboratively with the chancellor, the executive vice-chancellor and provost, and other senior administrators, deans, and department chairs at the university.
Candidates should possess an earned doctorate or other terminal degree in their field. Whether currently in the academy or outside it, candidates must possess the academic credentials and experience that qualify them for appointment as a full professor with tenure in the school and enable them to be eminent leaders of the school’s faculty.
Just 10 years old, SPAA has emerged as offering stellar programs which already rank among the nation’s most highly regarded. The new dean will be the school’s second, and will have the opportunity to make a significant impact on this exceptional and young school, the university as a whole, and the role of engaged research and scholarship in a complex urban setting.
Inquiries, nominations, and applications are invited. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. The search is international in scope, and the search will remain open until the position is filled. Candidates should provide a curriculum vitae and a letter of application that addresses the responsibilities and requirements described in the leadership profile. These materials should be sent electronically via e-mail to Rutgers’ consultants, Robin Mamlet and Khalilah Lawson, at email address, [email protected]. The consultants can be reached by telephone through the desk of Leslie Donahue at 630-575-6178.
Rutgers University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other classification protected by law. As an institution, we value diversity of background and opinion, and prohibit discrimination or harassment on the basis of any legally protected class in the areas of hiring, recruitment, promotion, transfer, demotion, training, compensation, pay, fringe benefits, layoff, termination, or any other terms and conditions of employment.
More information on the job description and procedure: http://spaa.newark.rutgers.edu/sites/default/files/files/Announcements/RUNSPAALeadershipProfileFinal.pdf
The ETF (European Training Foundation) is seeking to recruit a Corporate Performance Management Officer (Contract Agent – Function group IV).
Contract duration: 3 years, subject to a probation period of 9 months
Do you have in-depth experience in organisational performance management?
Can you advise on actions for organisational improvement and innovation?
Are you a great communicator, transforming complex concepts into concise and understandable ones?
Do you enjoy teamwork in a dynamic international environment?
If so, this could be the job for you.
Please consult the vacancy notice at the following link
Deadline for application : 23 February 2016
20 Oct 2014
The Université catholique de Louvain invites applications for a tenure track or tenured full time position in
Political Sciences – Public Administration
The successful candidate will carry out his/her research and teaching activities in political sciences – public administration, preferably in territorial governance.
The successful candidate is a member of Belgian, European, or international research networks and has a proven capacity to participate to research projects in his/her fields of competence. He/She is expected to demonstrate, through his/her research activities and publications, a commitment in a transversal dialogue with other sub-fields of political sciences. He/She is expected to display advanced skills in qualitative and/or quantitative methods.
The successful candidate will have teachings assignments in the following subjects:
– Public Administration at the Bachelor level ;
– Regional Policy, Public Management, and Public Policy at the Master level.
The successful candidate will have teaching assignments in the above-mentioned field(s) within the various degree programmes organised by the Faculty, mostly at the UCL Mons campus.
More information on the UCL’s Recruitment Website
06 May 2014
The Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management at Bocconi University, Milan (Italy) opens a position of Assistant Professor in Public Administration, Public Management, Public Administration and Management, Public Policy and Management, Policy Analysis and Management (Italian classification of scientific field: 13/B1 – Economia aziendale ), starting from March 1st, 2015.
Contracts will run for up to three years, with the possibility of an extension period of 2 years and then subject to renewal for three years (“tenure track”: 3+2+3).
Applicants must be fluent in English. Other languages knowledge is welcome. Knowledge of Italian is not required.
Commitments include research, teaching and service to the University. As the appointed candidate is expected to publish in international refereed journals, priority will be given to applicants with research portfolios that are international in scope.
Applicants should have (or be close to completion) a Ph.D. in the fields above mentioned or equivalents, accordingly to different University systems, and should have demonstrated high potential in research and teaching.
Compensation and teaching load are competitive with other top European academic institutions.
Applications must be submitted on line at the following address: www.unibocconi.eu/jobmarket
Applicants who want to be interviewed during the 2014 AoM Conference in Philadelphia, PA, USA (August 1 – 5, 2014) must send their applications by June 30, 2014. Only applications received by that date will be considered for the AoM Conference. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews. Further applications will be considered if submitted with the same online procedure until October 15th, 2014 and selected candidates will be interviewed during the main conferences in the field (IRSPM, AOM, EGPA, EIASM, CIGAR, EURAM) or by other means.
14 Jan 2014
Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University
Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Washington, DC
The Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Fellowships in Central European Studies enable each year two outstanding scholars to conduct research on important issues related to Central Europe at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C. The third pair of Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Fellows will be appointed for a nine (9) month period from either September 2015 to May 2015 or October 2014-June 2015.
The Fellows are closely integrated into the research, training, and outreach activities of the Center for Transatlantic Relations (CTR) at SAIS, and will participate in CTR events and meetings. Each Fellow is expected to complete a research paper during the period of residence according to the terms of the assignment entered into with the Foundation.
Each year the Center and the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation identify several themes of particular interest. For 2014-15, the Center is particularly interested in receiving applications that deal with any of the following:
- The impact of sovereign debt crisis and the economic crisis on the countries of central and eastern Europe
- The future of the western Balkans
- Energy security issues
- Frozen’ or ‘festering’ conflicts in central and eastern Europe
- Issues of human rights, democracy and rule of law in central and eastern Europe
- The role of central and eastern European countries in transatlantic approaches to common challenges.
Applicants for the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Fellowship must have a doctorate or be at the post-doctorate level, have demonstrated research capacity, be fluent in English, and be eligible for a J-1 visa. Preference will be given to qualified and competitive candidates from Austria, but the Fellowship is open to candidates of other nationalities as well.
The Fellow will enter into a research assignment with the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation and will receive a monthly stipend of $5,000; an office with computer; Internet access and voicemail; access to Johns Hopkins University libraries and other facilities. The Fellow is expected to take care of his/her travel, accommodation, health care coverage and living expenses.
Each applicant should submit the following (in English):
- A letter supporting the application.
- A 3 to 5 page double-spaced statement that proposes a research project, including its relevance to the research interests of the Center.
- A curriculum vitae.
- Two sealed letters of recommendation attesting to the applicant’s professional competence.
The applicant is responsible for collecting all materials and submitting them as one packet before April 15, 2014 to:
Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Fellowship
Center for Transatlantic Relations
School for Advanced International Studies
Johns Hopkins University
1717 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 525
Washington, DC 20036
The Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Fellows are selected by the Center for Transatlantic Relations and the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation. Applicants will be notified by April 30, 2014. The 2014-2015 Fellowship can begin either on September 1, 2014 or October 1, 2013.
For more info see http://transatlantic.sais-jhu.edu/opportunities/ampf_fellowships