The University of Luxembourg is looking for its Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education within the Research Unit IPSE at the Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning for a Postdoctoral researcher (M/F) – Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning.
Duration: Fixed-term contract from 01.03.2020 until 31.01.2023
Starting date: 01.03.2020
About the Project:
- The overall objective of the contract is to support and contribute to the H2020 project MIMY – EMpowerment through liquid Integration of Migrant Youth in vulnerable conditions which evaluates the integration of young migrants and focuses on their empowerment.
- The project is coordinated by the University of Luxembourg.
- The project is composed of a multidisciplinary team including 12 European institutions.
- The research associate will work on the H2020 research project MIMY based at the Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning under the supervision of Professor Birte Nienaber.
- Applicant must hold PhD (or equivalent) in Geography, Migration Studies, Sociology or any other related field;
- Extensive experience in conducting qualitative interviews and focus groups; participatory action research methods
- Knowledge of the field of migration studies and integration studies;
- Ability to establish contacts at national and international level;
- Ability to work independently and within an interdisciplinary team;
- Excellent capacities in the use of common computer software (Microsoft Office, especially Word, PowerPoint and Excel);
- Excellent communication and writing skills in English and excellent spoken skills in French;
- Candidate must be fluent in English (written and spoken) and French (spoken). Knowledge of Portuguese or Arabic will be considered as an advantage.
Apply online and submit the following documents:
- Letter of motivation in English;
- Curriculum vitae in English;
- Copies of diplomas.
Réf : 50015487
|Organization||University of Luxembourg|
|Subject areas||Geography, Migration Studies, Sociology|
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|
|Deadline||31 December 2019|