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PhD POSITIONS AT THE NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, FACULTY OF HUMANITIES
The Faculty of Humanities at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology invites applications for up to ten PhD-positions. The positions will be for a period of three years without required duties or up to four years with 25 per cent set aside for such duties, depending on the Department’s needs.
The positions are open to applicants from all academic research areas within the Faculty of Humanities. The project must be within the framework of the Faculty’s strategy (http://www.ntnu.edu/hf/strategy). The applicant must detail the project’s affiliation to existing research groups at the Faculty of Humanities, NTNU. A potential supervisor from one of the Faculty’s departments must be named in the application. We recommend that applicants get in touch with the research group and potential supervisors early in the process.
The successful applicants must complete their PhD studies within the period of the appointment. The Faculty of Humanities hosts five PhD-programmes: Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, Humanities and the Arts, Language and Linguistics, Historical and Cultural Studies and Audiovisual Media (joint degree with Lillehammer University College). The programme description for PhD-programmes at the Faculty details which disciplines are included in the different programmes: https://www.ntnu.edu/hf/research/postgraduate. Applicants must indicate which PhD programme they will be applying to, but shall not fill out an application to the programme.
The applicants must document high academic potential through the research proposal. The research proposal is a vital part of evaluating the applicants. It is also important that the project is feasible within the nominal length of study, which is three years full time, with ½ year set aside for coursework.
Applicants must have completed a Master’s (or equivalent education) with a strong academic record, with a weighted average grade of B or higher in terms of NTNU’s grading scale for the last two years of their master’s. The completion of the Master’s degree within the nominal length of study will be emphasized. Supervisory expertise and capacity, as well as future recruitment needs will also be part of the selection process.
The application is to be sent electronically through www.jobbnorge.no marked with HF-16-030, with the following attachments (preferably gathered in one attached pdf- document):
• Description of the research project to be carried out during the employment period (see the following guidelines for research proposals: www.ntnu.edu/hf/phd/project-description).
• Scanned copies of certificates (originals must be produced at the interview)
• List of publications
If some of the attachments cannot be sent electronically, 1 copy may sent by regular post. This might for instance apply to publications that the applicant wants to be considered. The envelope must be marked with the reference number HF-16-030 and sent to NTNU, Faculty of Humanities, NO-7491 Trondheim, Norway.
Please note: Applications that are not sent through www.jobbnorge.no or sent past application deadline will not be considered.
Applicants that are considered for the positions will be asked for references and called in for an interview.
Further details about the positions can be obtained from the Head of the Research Section Hanne Siri Sund (phone 73 59 66 30 or email email@example.com). Academic questions may be directed to the Head of the related PhD-programme. See the programme’s web pages for contact information.
The position is remunerated according to the Basic Collective Agreement for state employees code 1017, salary level 50 in the national salary scheme, gross NOK 430 200,- annually, of which 2 per cent is deducted for the State Pension scheme.
The appointments will be made in accordance with the current regulations for fellowship appointments at universities. A contract will be drawn up detailing the period of appointment and required duties.
The successful applicants must comply with the terms for government employees. The primary work place will be at one of the Faculty’s departments.
The national labor force should reflect society’s diversity as much as possible. It is therefore a matter of personnel policy to work towards a balanced work force with regard to age and gender, and recruit people with an immigrant background.
The application deadline is September 1, 2016.