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[moved to here]INSTITUTE FOR PHYSICAL SCIENCES, Research AnalystsThe Institute for Physical Sciences (IPS) is a non-profit, multidisciplinary research organization that joins advanced computational research and political science to produce high-end customized technical work for clients needing modeling and analysis.IPS has outstanding opportunities for Research Analysts with backgrounds in political science or political economy in our McLean, VA office. Preference will be given to candidates with PhDs in political science or related field; a strong background in quantitative methods or formal theory; and a willingness and ability to work with specialists from a wide variety of scientific and community policy disciplines. Excellent research and analytic skills are a must, as is the ability to communicate effectively and succinctly both in writing and verbally. Computer programming skills are desirable, but not required. Advanced ABDs and MAs with related work experience also will be considered. US citizenship is required. Salary dependent on qualifications and experience. To apply, please send vita, a list of professional references, and a summary statement about your methodology skills to Kathy Madison at email@example.com.Kathy MadisonInstitute for Physical SciencesP.O. Box 6323McLean, VA firstname.lastname@example.org
THE JOHN J. AND RUTH W. MACKOWSKI PROFESSORSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONAL ETHICS Duke University Duke University is accepting applications for the John J. and Ruth W. Mackowski Professorship in Organizational Ethics. This position is a full-time appointment shared equally between an Arts & Science department (the tenure home) and the Kenan Institute for Ethics. It will require contributions to the Institute?s program building and interaction across the campus and outside the university. We are seeking a scholar of true eminence whose work probes individual and collective ethical behavior within complex, modern organizations. We welcome applications from scholars who consider such issues as organizational accountability and governance, the relationship of organizational culture and behavior, systematic moral theories, and practical ethics. Strong candidates will have a broad vision of ethics that incorporates interpretive, empirical, and normative approaches. Applicants should send a cover letter and CV to Ada Gregory, The Kenan Institute for Ethics, Box 90432, Duke University, Durham, NC 27708. We will begin reviewing applications after November 15, 2006. Duke University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. http://www.kenan.ethics.duke.edu.
ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, Political Science GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY The Department of Public and International Affairs invites applications for a position specializing in European Comparative Politics/International Relations for fall 2007. Candidates should hold the Ph.D. degree in Political Science and should have demonstrated excellence in research and ability to seek outside research funding, and excellent teaching and advising skills. The department seeks a strong researcher/teacher in European Studies, who also has expertise in some areas of Globalization, Comparative Politics, and International Relations. PIA has a core faculty of 46 and offers PhD. Degrees in Political Science as well as bachelor and MA degrees. Applicants should apply online and attach their letter of interest and a cv on the web at: jobs.gmu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=70702 Additionally, applicants should mail examples of research publications, teaching evaluations or other evidence of teaching effectiveness, and three letters of recommendation. Review of applications will begin December 8, 2006, and continue until position is filled. Submit materials to: Professor Ming Wan, Dept. of Public & International Affairs, George Mason University, 4400 University Drive - MSN 3F4, Fairfax, VA 22030-4444.
Assistant Professor, Political Science, Concordia University, MontrealThe Department of Political Science at Concordia University seeks applications for a tenure-track position in International Relations, with specializations in either a) terrorism and/or ethnic conflict, or b) international political economy. Please note that we are not seeking a specialist in regional integration at this time. Successful candidates will demonstrate superior research potential and teaching abilities, and will either have completed or be near completion of a PhD. They will be expected to teach in both the undergraduate and graduate programs. Subject to budgetary approval, we anticipate filling these positions, normally at the rank of Assistant Professor, for July 1, 2007. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. All applications should reach the department no later than November 1, 2006. Candidates should include copies of their teaching and research portfolios (including copies of course evaluations and recent publications) with their application. Candidates should arrange for three letters of reference to be sent directly. E-mail applications will not be accepted. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. Concordia University is committed to employment equity. For further information, see:http://politicalscience.concordia.caSend applications to: Dr. Peter Stoett, ChairDepartment of Political ScienceConcordia University1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.Montreal, QC H3G 1M8Canada email@example.com (inquiries only)
Singapore Management University, School of Economics and Social SciencesThe School of Economics and Social Sciences, Singapore Management University, invites applications for tenure-track positions in Political Science at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor rank, to begin in July 2007. Applicants in all areas of Political Science will be considered although we are particularly interested in candidates with research interests in International Relations, Public Policy, and Public Administration.The positions require a doctorate in Political Science or a closely related field by the date of appointment. We are seeking candidates with a demonstrated record of, or high potential of, scholarly research commensurate with the rank and a strong ability or aptitude to teach a wide range of undergraduate courses. The SESS, which has a strong record of attracting the best students in Singapore and the region, is committed to an interdisciplinary and integrated curriculum. The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and research, and is comfortable working in an interdisciplinary environment with faculty members from Psychology, Political Science, Sociology, Economics, Statistics, and the Humanities as immediate colleagues. A research interest in Singapore and the Asian region will be an advantage. The teaching load is light compared to many research universities. The research support is excellent and salary and benefits are highly competitive.Full evaluation of applications will start 1 December 2006 and on-campus interviews will typically be conducted in the period from January to March 2007. However, submission of applications is open and evaluation will continue until the positions are filled. Applicants must submit, in electronic form (Word or PDF file), a detailed curriculum vitae, a description of research interest and philosophy, and a statement of teaching interests and philosophy to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants should also send hardcopies (if not available in electronic form) of selected publications and teaching evaluations. Applicants should arrange for three confidential letters of recommendation to be sent directly to: Political Science Search Committee, School of Economics & Social Sciences, Singapore Management University, 90 Stamford Road, Singapore 178903. Information about the University and the School can be found at www.sess.smu.edu.sg.
Director of the Center for International Trade and Security and Professor of International Affairs, The University of GeorgiaThe University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) is seeking applications for the Director of the Center for International Trade and Security (CITS). The successful candidate will also have an appointment at the associate or full professor level in the School’s Department of International Affairs. CITS works to address dangers posed by weapons of mass destruction and other challenges at the intersection of trade and security. The Center has a distinguished record of policy research, training, and outreach projects in over 30 countries. The Center’s programs are supported by private foundations, individuals and government. The Director of the Center reports to the Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs. We seek candidates with demonstrated leadership skills and a solid record of research on issues such as weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and/or related challenges at the intersection of trade and security. The candidate should have a strong interest in undergraduate and graduate teaching. Individuals will be considered from the fields of international relations, international security, comparative politics, or a related security policy field. Crucial to this position is a proven record of grant acquisition and management and success in fundraising. Previous government or policy-related experience is a plus. Candidates should also have a record of successfully managing international teams. The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. To apply for the position, candidates should forward vitae along with a letter of interest and the names of three professional references to:Professor Jerome S. Legge, Jr.Associate Dean and Chair,CITS-Director Search Committee206 Candler HallSchool of Public and International AffairsUniversity of GeorgiaAthens, Georgia 30328The committee will begin reviewing applications on November 15, 2006. Applications received by January 15, 2007 are assured full consideration.
Junior Research FellowshipsFitzwilliam CollegeJoint application Scheme: Churchill College, Fitzwilliam College, New Hall and Trinity Hall The four Colleges invite applications for Junior Research Fellowships which will normally be tenable for three years from 1st October 2007. Fellowships are open to graduates, women and men, of any university who have recently completed their doctorates or are about to do so. Successful candidates will normally have submitted their theses between 1st March 2005 and 1st March 2007. Candidates with no previous connection with Cambridge or Oxford Universities are welcome. A total of 8 Fellowships is offered but candidates are warned that competition is likely to be intense; last year over 300 applications were received. Churchill College is offering one stipendiary and two non-stipendiary Fellowships, and a non-stipendiary Raymond and Beverly Sackler Research Fellowship in the fields of medical and exact sciences. Fitzwilliam College is offering one stipendiary Fellowship in any subject.New Hall is offering one stipendiary Fellowship in Sciences. Trinity Hall is offering one stipendiary Fellowship in Arts and Social Sciences and one stipendiary Fellowship in Sciences. Further particulars and application forms may be downloaded from the College website: http://www.chu.cam.ac.uk/applying/fellows/jrf/ The closing date for applications and references is Monday 20th November 2006.
UNIVERSITY OF WARWICKAssistant Professor of International SecurityDepartment of Politics and International Studies£32,471 to £38,772 pa You will deliver high quality research publication and teach on the core MA module, International Security. You will demonstrate capacity to offer excellence in teaching at both undergraduate and graduate levels. You will have the ability and willingness to teach modules in Security Studies with evidence of a clear research agenda. Click here for further details of the post. Click here for an application form. To receive a hard copy application pack, please contact Personnel Services, on +44(0)24 7652 3685 (24 hour answerphone), or by e-mail to Recruit@warwick.ac.uk. An application form must be completed if you wish to be considered for this post. Please note that the hard copy application pack and the on-line application pack are the same. Please quote job vacancy reference number 31091-106. The closing date for applications is 22 November 2006. For further details on how to apply for a post at Warwick, the benefits that we offer, information on Warwick people, what it is like working here, and more, please see our jobs introduction page. The university values diversity.
Job in AustraliaLecturer in Government and International RelationsFaculty of Economics and BusinessReference No. 89759The Discipline of Government and International Relations in the Faculty of Economics and Business seeks to appoint a Lecturer (Level B) in International Relations, with a specialisation in International Organisations. The Discipline of Government and International Relations teaches a wide variety of courses in political science, especially in public policy and international studies, and has a very active research program with considerable success in attracting research funding.The successful applicant will be expected to contribute to the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programs, to supervise postgraduate research and pursue an independent research program in International Relations that receives international recognition. Faculty degree programs include International Studies, Public Policy, Commerce and International Business.Applicants should have, or expect to shortly obtain, a PhD in political science or a cognate discipline and an established research record in international relations. Whilst the desirable specialisation is in international organisations, applicants from all areas of International Relations are welcome to apply. Applicants should have strong research credentials evidenced by existing international publications or a quality current research agenda and the potential to contribute to a quality teaching program at all levels in the Discipline, including the supervision of honours students. Administrative skills are highly desirable for this appointment.The position is full time continuing subject to the completion of a satisfactory probation period for new appointees. Membership of a University approved superannuation scheme is a condition of employment for new appointees.For more information or to apply online, please visit http://positions.usyd.edu.au and search by reference number 89870. Specific enquiries about the role can be directed to Dr Leanne Piggott on (02) 9351 4075.Remuneration package: $81,729 - $97,053p.a. (which includes a base salary Level B $69,062- $82, 011p.a., leave loading and up to 17% employer’s contribution to superannuation).Closing: 27 November 2006
University Lecturership in International Relations in association with Merton College Combined University and College salary scale: £37,642 - £50,589 p.a. The Department of Politics and International Relations seeks applications for a full-time University Lecturership in International Relations. The post is tenable from 1st September 2007, or an agreed date thereafter, and will be held in conjunction with a Tutorial Fellowship at Merton College. The post holder will also be eligible to apply for sabbatical leave; generally one term of sabbatical leave is available for each six terms of qualifying service. Applicants should have a doctorate or equivalent and a record of research achievement at an international level in the academic study of International Relations or the potential to develop one. The successful candidate will have the ability to contribute to graduate and undergraduate teaching in International Relations, as well as to supervise doctoral students. The duties and skills required are described in more detail in the further particulars, which also contain details on how to apply. These are available at www.politics.ox.ac.uk/about/vacancies or from the Personnel Office (email: email@example.com, tel: +44 1865 278700), Department of Politics and International Relations, Manor Road, University of Oxford, Oxford OX1 3UQ, UK. The closing date for applications is noon (UK time) on Friday 5th January 2007. Please quote reference number CT06028 on all correspondence and state where you saw this post advertised. The University of Oxford is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Will the new jobs posted here be added in the table?
ENDOWED CHAIR AT OXFORDMontague Burton Professorship of International RelationsApplications are invited for the above post, tenable from 1 September 2007. The professorship will be held in the Department of Politics and International Relations and is attached to a non-stipendiary fellowship at Balliol College. It is expected that the current post-holder's tenure as Montague Burton Professor of International Relations will end on 31 December 2007 and it is hoped that the successful candidate will take up post from 1 September 2007. He or she will be known as Professor of International Relations and Montague Burton Professor of International Relations-elect during the period of overlap.The University is seeking an outstanding scholar, with a distinguished research profile in International Relations. He or she will have an international reputation for innovative research in this field, broadly defined, and the ability to engage in the development and leadership of research activity within the Department.The professor will be expected to engage in research and to lecture and give instruction on the theory and practice of International Relations. He or she will be able to demonstrate teaching excellence at the graduate level, and must be prepared to share in the governance and leadership of the Department. Further particulars, including details of how to apply, are available from http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/fp/ or from the Registrar, University Offices, Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2JD (Tel: 01865 270200). The closing date for applications is Monday 22 January 2007.Posted: 17/11/2006 - Closes: 22/01/2007
Any chance the Oxford searches can be posted in the main table? We want to receive as many apps as possible from the U.S.
We've been reserving the main table for searches about which we have rumors. We can certainly do something to call attention to this thread.
Junior Research Fellowships http://www.trin.cam.ac.uk/index.php?pageid=629 Trinity College intends to hold an election of Junior Research Fellows on 1 October 2007. The purpose of Junior Research Fellowships is to offer men and women of exceptional calibre who are at an early stage of their academic careers an opportunity to pursue research for up to four years. Candidates must not have completed more than three-and-a-half years of full-time research by 1 October 2007. The Fellowships are available in all branches of University studies. A Research Fellow receives a stipend from the College of £21,067 per annum (reviewable in line with academic stipends), less any emolument received from a source outside College, provided that a Fellow who is registered for a further course of study in the United Kingdom (e.g. a Ph.D degree) will normally receive, instead of a stipend, a maintenance grant at the rate of £15,450 p.a. until completion of the course of study. There are also various additional benefits. For administrative reasons, the procedures for members of Trinity College and those who are external applicants are slightly different. However, the assessment of the applications and work submitted will be on exactly the same basis for both internal and external candidates. Interested applicants must register on-line. Please click the relevant link below for further information: Instructions for Members of Trinity College Instructions for External Applicants All applications must be received by 4.00pm (GMT) on 1 March 2007.
IPE Development, Tenure-Track Institution: Marquette University Title of Position: Assistant Professor Starting Date: Fall 2007 Salary or Appointment Range: Negotiable International Politics: The Political Science Department at Marquette University is seeking to fill an entry-level, tenure-track position in international politics. The successful applicant will specialize in International Political Economy with a focus on development. An area specialization in the Middle East, Africa, or South Asia is also desirable. Qualifications: Ph.D. or ABD with graduate course work in international politics and teaching experience is required. The position begins with the 2007-08 academic year. The teaching load is five courses per year. Application Deadline: January 15, 2007. Interested individuals should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, transcripts of graduate work, three letters of recommendation, teaching evaluations (if available), and writing sample to: Lawrence LeBlanc, Chair, Department of Political Science, Marquette University, P.O. Box 1881, Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881. Marquette University is a Jesuit, Catholic University, Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Assistant Professor, Public Affairs, Glendon College, York Universityhttp://webapps.yorku.ca/academichiringviewer/viewposition.jsp?positionnumber=867
T-T job at the University of Nebraska. FYI: the 3 research areas are loosely-defined; someone working within the "normal" subfields would just want to explain how their research would contribute to one of these 3 focuses.The Department of Political Science at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln seeks candidates for a tenure-track assistant or associate professor position in the field of international relations beginning August 2007. Qualifications include the Ph.D. in political science, ability to teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, an active research program in international relations focusing on one or more of the following: biology and politics; race, identity, and/or human rights; and democratization and/or citizenship. Appointment at the associate rank will include responsibilities for leading and chairing the University’s international studies major. Teaching load is four courses per year, with a one course reduction associated with leadership of international studies. Salary and fringe benefits are competitive. The University of Nebraska is committed to a pluralistic campus community through affirmative action and equal opportunity, and is responsive to the needs of dual career couples. We assure reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act: contact John Comer, Chair, Political Science Department at (402)472-3222 for assistance. Interested applicants should go to the website www.http://employment.unl.edu requisition 061035 and complete the Faculty/Administrative Information Form and then send three letters of recommendation, vitae, teaching evaluations, and those seeking an associate level appointment a statement of background and experience as well as any ideas related to leadership of the international studies major to Chair, IR Search Committee, Department of Political Science, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 68588-0328. To receive full consideration, applications should be received by February 15, 2007, though applications will be reviewed until a suitable candidate is found.
INSTRUCTOR UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO The Committee on International Relations at the University of Chicago invites applications for Instructor positions. The position is for one year, starting September 1, 2007 and is renewable for a second year. Our primary need is in International Security, but other subfields of International relations will also be considered. Salary is $43,800 plus benefits including a research allowance. This position requires a teaching load of three courses per year (quarter system). Two of the three courses may require only identical preparation.Applicants must have a Ph.D. or have successfully defended by the starting date. Additional information about the Committee on International Relations, one the oldest and most distinguished programs of its kind, can be found on its website: cir.uchicago.edu To apply: Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, three letters of references, examples of written work and teaching ability by April 1, 2007 to: The University of ChicagoCommittee on International Relations,5828 South University Avenue PICK 307Chicago, Illinois 60637 Attn: Wanda Denton Review of applications will begin on April 15, 2007 and continue until the position is filled. The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Apply via:https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu/Search for Requisition # 075114
Title: DIRECTOR, EMERGING MARKETS - LATIN AMERICADescription: Medley Global Advisors LLC (MGA) is seeking candidates for the position of Director of Emerging Markets - Latin America. Candidates must possess the skills, experience, and network of relationships necessary to cover and analyze monetary and macroeconomic policy and political/geopolitical developments in Latin America with a strong emphasis on Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela. Primary responsibilities include cultivating relationships with government, business and central banks, and conveying policy insight to MGA's elite client base. As a member of MGA's Content Development team, the Director - Latin America will assess the reliability of sources, triangulate and compare information gathered, evaluate the strategic importance of information and events to the financial marketplace, and write reports which are the firm's primary product. Content specialists also assist our client relationship team in communicating detailed information verbally on an as-needed basis. The position requires a graduate degree in economics or international relations, 3-5 years of experience in macroeconomics, institutional finance and/or financial journalism, and significant relationships with information sources in Latin America. Salary commensurate with experience; senior level candidates encouraged to apply.
College of William and Mary, Visiting Position in International RelationsThe Government Department at William and Mary is hiring for a non-tenure track position in International Relations. Subfield is open but the candidate would need to be able to teach a course on International Political Economy. While this is a one year position, it is renewable contingent upon job performance and needs of the department. Applicants should have an active research agenda, teaching experience, and evidence of success in the classroom. The teaching load is three courses per semester, but in each semester one could teach two sections of the same course. Hence, over the course of the year one might only have to prepare three distinct courses. Our “large” courses have between 35-40 students. Our seminars have 15 students. Beyond IPE, courses would be based on the interests of the applicant but could include Introduction to International Politics, International Security, International Organization, U.S. Foreign Policy, Research Methods, and more specialized seminars based on candidate’s interest.The Government Department has 23 tenure track faculty members and 3 full time visitors. The department has hired 5 new tenure track faculty over the past 3 years and will likely hire more over the next 3 years. The department has an active research seminar and very good students. The permanent IR faculty includes David Dessler, Sue Peterson, TJ Cheng, Mitchell Reiss, Mike Tierney, Maria Ivanova, Amy Oakes, and Clay Clemens. The Department of Government graduates more than 150 students each year with a major in Government. Students majoring in International Relations and Public Policy complete a substantial number of their courses in the Department of Government. The College of William and Mary, the second oldest university in the United States, is one of the nation’s most selective institutions. It enrolls approximately 5,500 undergraduates and 2,500 graduate and professional school students. Salary, research support, and teaching responsibilities are highly competitive. Our visitors do receive travel money for conferences. For more information about the Government Department and the International Relations Program at William and Mary vist our web siteshttp://www.wm.edu/internationalrelations/http://www.wm.edu/government/Application materials should include a letter of application, a current curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, evidence of teaching experience and samples of scholarly writing. Please send materials to Michael Tierney, Chair of IR Search Committee, Department of Government, College of William and Mary, P.O. Box 8795, Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795. Review will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. The College of William & Mary is an EEO/AA employer.
ONE YEAR POSITIONUNIVERSITY OF VERMONTThe University of Vermont has a one-year lecturer position for the 2007-08 academic year. The load is 4-4, though the actual classroom time is less -- larger sections (app. 100 students) count for 2 classes. In the fall, the person in this position will teach a large section of introduction to IR and a large section of American foreign policy. In the spring, the person in this position will teach a large section of intro. IR, a small section (app. 40 students) of American foreign policy and a seminar (app. 15 students) on a topic of the instructor's choice. The downside of this job, to be honest, is that we have no graduate students here, and thus no graduate assistants. We do all our own grading. The up side is that it is a nice, collegial place to work and a good launching pad for getting a tenure-track job.Salary will be determined by the Dean in consultation with the department chair, but it will be around $40k.If you are interested, contact Gregory Gause (firstname.lastname@example.org, 802-656-0571). We are looking to fill this position as soon as possible.
FULL GATECH JOB ADS BELOW. You should address your application materials to the committee for the position which you feel you best fit. It would be acceptable to also mention that you would also like to be considered for one of the other jobs. The committee chairs will be sharing files for candidates that fit jobs for which they did not apply and may contact candidates to let them know that they are doing so. The committees will meet shortly after Oct 15 for the last 2 positions to put together a short list. Science, Technology, & International Relations:The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor position to begin Spring 2008 or Fall 2008. The School seeks to hire an individual whose research and teaching directly address the interaction of science & technology and international/national security. Possible research foci include traditional and non-traditional security issues. Individuals with strong science or engineering backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply, and there exist opportunities for joint appointments with another School at Georgia Tech, in particular those in the Colleges of Science, Engineering, and Computing. Applicants should show promise or evidence of outstanding scholarly achievement. The Sam Nunn School is multidisciplinary and has growing undergraduate, graduate, and overseas programs, including joint undergraduate degrees with Modern Languages and Economics. The School’s programs focus on understanding the global context of advances in science and technology. The Sam Nunn School has 20 faculty members; approximately 400 undergraduate majors and 75 graduate students; and approval to launch a selective PhD program in science, technology, and international affairs over the coming years. Georgia Tech enrolls over 17,000 students and is consistently ranked as one of the top seven public universities in the country. Georgia Tech is located in mid-town Atlanta. A unit of the University System of Georgia, Georgia Tech is an AA/EO employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. Interviews will commence immediately and continue until the position is filled. Application materials should include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and examples of scholarly work. Applicants should also send a graduate transcript and three current letters of recommendation. Materials should be sent to: Chair of S&T and International Affairs Search Committee, The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0610.International Security:The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech invites applications for a tenure-track position in International Security at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor to begin Spring 2008 or Fall 2008. The School seeks to hire an individual whose research and teaching in the field have a regional focus on Europe or Asia, and/or address science and technology issues. Applicants should show promise or evidence of outstanding scholarly achievement. The Sam Nunn School is multidisciplinary and has growing undergraduate, graduate, and overseas programs, including joint undergraduate degrees with Modern Languages and Economics. The School’s programs focus on understanding the global context of advances in science and technology. The Sam Nunn School has 20 faculty members; approximately 400 undergraduate majors and 75 graduate students; and approval to launch a selective PhD program in science, technology, and international affairs over the coming years. Georgia Tech enrolls over 17,000 students and is consistently ranked as one of the top seven public universities in the country. Georgia Tech is located in mid-town Atlanta. A unit of the University System of Georgia, Georgia Tech is an AA/EO employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. To receive full consideration, application materials should be received by October 15th, and should include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and examples of scholarly work. Applicants should also send a graduate transcript and three current letters of recommendation. Materials should be sent to: Chair of International Security Search Committee, The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0610.International Relations:The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology is looking to hire a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in International Relations, with a preference for a scholar who works in the areas of international relations theory, international organizations and/or international law. Applicants should show promise or evidence of outstanding scholarly achievement. The Sam Nunn School is multidisciplinary and has growing undergraduate, graduate, and overseas programs, including joint undergraduate degrees with Modern Languages and Economics. The School's programs focus on understanding the global context of advances in science and technology. The Sam Nunn School has 20 faculty members; approximately 400 undergraduate majors and 75 graduate students; and approval to launch a selective PhD program in science, technology, and international affairs over the coming years. Georgia Tech enrolls over 17,000 students and is consistently ranked as one of the top seven public universities in the country. Georgia Tech is located in mid-town Atlanta. A unit of the University System of Georgia, Georgia Tech is an AA/EO employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. To receive full consideration, application materials should be received by October 15 and should include a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, two examples of scholarly work, a graduate transcript and three current letters of recommendation. Materials should be sent to: Chair of IR Search Committee, The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0610.
The Political Science Department at the University of Missouri Kansas City invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor in comparative politics starting Fall 2008. Area of research specialization is open. The department places a high value on both strong scholarship and effective teaching. The appointee will teach in both the undergraduate and Masters' program. A Ph.D. is required for the position with degree completion by the start of the appointment. Interested applicants should submit a letter describing teaching and research interests, curriculum vitae, a graduate school transcript (for the Assistant Professor applicants), three letters of recommendation, one writing sample, and teaching evaluations, if available. Candidates should have completed their Ph.D. prior to appointment, although ABDs will be given consideration. The University of Missouri Kansas City is an equal opportunity employer/affirmative action employer. To assure full consideration, applications must be received by November 1, 2007. Send materials to: Dr. Harris Mirkin, Chair, Political Science Department, University of Missouri Kansas City, 5120 Rockhill Road, 213 Haag Hall, Kansas City, Missouri 64110-2499.
Job Opening: Educational Outreach Coordinator, America Abroad MediaAmerica Abroad Media (AAM) is currently looking for candidates for a new Educational Outreach Coordinator position. Candidates should look forward to the challenge of bringing AAM’s unique radio and television programming on international affairs to the classroom.AAM provides in-depth, nonpartisan analysis of international affairs and facilitates cross-cultural discussion of global issues and America’s role in the world. Established in 2002, AAM is a dynamic, growing nonprofit organization that brings together the serious understanding of international affairs with the best in modern media to produce original programming for US and international audiences.The educational outreach coordinator will have the task of using the content generated by AAM radio and television programming to create teaching materials for college and university professors. The first series will focus on topics relating to the Muslim World. The educational outreach coordinator will work directly with AAM’s Academic Advisory Council as well as the radio and television staffs to create rich and rigorously researched educational material.For more information about AAM, please visit our website at www.americaabroadmedia.org. Qualifications for Educational Outreach Coordinator:-Masters or PhD in international relations, international history, diplomatic history, or related field-Strong academic record with proven ability to conduct original research-Talent for clear and concise writing-Strong interpersonal skills, maturity, and ability to work with little supervision with diverse range of people, from production staff and journalists to leaders in the public policy, academic, and think tank communities -Desire to work in dynamic environment against deadline-Ability to communicate well in non-academic settings-Experience with historical research methodologies (e.g., archival research, oral history interviews, etc.) preferred Major responsibilities of the position include:-Work with radio and television staff to assemble educational materials, including reworking of existing radio and television material, conducting additional research, and performing new interviews-Interface with AAM’s Academic Advisory Council to tailor the modules specifically to the needs of the academic community-Draft bibliographies, study questions, and teaching notes-Attend academic conferences to reach out to educators-Work with web director to create a strong web presence for educational outreach initiativeOther factors:-Offices located in the heart of Washington, DC in the Farragut West area-Competitive salaryContact:America Abroad Media1020 19th Street, NWSuite 650Washington, DC email@example.com
The Department of Political Science at the University of Canterbury is hiring for a one semester, non-continuing position for first semester, 2009. The successful applicant will teach two courses. The first is our core course in the Diplomacy and International Relations Programme at Honours level (fourth year). The second course is a second-year course in Conflict and Conflict Resolution.Applicants with a doctorate and/or significant practical experience in diplomacy and international relations will be given preference.The semester starts in late February and ends in late May.Those interested should send a c.v. to: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: +64 (03) 364 2007
The Department of Government of the College of William & Mary invites applicants for a tenure-eligible appointment in international relations at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. The position is open to all theoretical, substantive, and methodological approaches, but candidates with one or more of the following research foci are strongly encouraged to apply: Non-state actors; Constructivist theory; Formal theory; Quantitative methods. Teaching responsibilities include undergraduate survey courses in international relations, and lecture and/or seminar courses that reflect candidate’s interests. The Department of Government consists of 23 full-time faculty members, and graduates more than 160 students each year with a major in Government. Students majoring in our interdisciplinary International Relations major complete a substantial number of their courses in the Department of Government. The College of William & Mary, the second oldest university in the United States, is a publicly-supported institution in Williamsburg, Virginia. One of the most selective public universities in the nation, it enrolls about 5,700 undergraduates and 2,000 graduate and professional school students. Salary, research support, and teaching responsibilities are highly competitive. Applicants must hold the Ph.D. in political science or produce evidence that the Ph.D. will be completed prior to the beginning of employment. Application materials should include a letter of application, a current curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, evidence of teaching effectiveness and samples of scholarly writing. Please send application materials to Professor Michael Tierney, Chair of the IR Search Committee, Department of Government, College of William & Mary, P.O. Box 8795, Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795. Review will begin on September 15, 2009, and will continue until the position is filled. The College of William & Mary is an EEO/AA employer. Applicants are asked to go to http://jobs.wm.edu and submit voluntary EEO data for this position.
Columbia University, Committee on Global ThoughtSearch opens Sept. 15, 2009The post-doctoral fellowship of the Committee on Global Thought at Columbia University brings together an innovative group of interdisciplinary researchers from around the world. The Fellowship gives emerging scholars the opportunity to work with distinguished faculty and provides a space for collaborative research and publication. Global Thought encourages interdisciplinary, transnational research under three broad themes: Secularism and Diversity, Global Governance, and Poverty and Inequality. Past fellows have researched topics including the local socio-economic consequences of global policy, the historical roots of identity, and the evolution of transnational and international political structures. Scholars from any discipline may apply, provided that they successfully indicate how their work will contribute to Global Thought’s research themes. Up to four fellowship spots are available for the academic year beginning August 1, 2010.The term of the fellowship is two calendar years, beginning August 1, 2010 and ending July 31, 2012. Requirements Fellows are expected to:- Teach or assist with one undergraduate or graduate course, either of their own design or as specified by the Committee. When teaching, fellows are required to hold weekly office hours.- Participate in planning and execution of research workshops and symposia.- Present their individual research projects.Eligibility International applicants are encouraged to apply. If selected, Columbia University will sponsor the appropriate visa.Candidates will be considered only if:- They received their first doctorate from a recognized university no earlier than August 1, 2005 (Those who have not completed their degree at the time of application must provide a statement from an adviser citing the expected date of completion.) - They do not hold or have not held a tenure or tenure-track position.-They can fluently speak, publish, and teach in English.-They submit an original research proposal.Benefits - An annual salary of $55,000, which includes health insurance and other standard benefits.- Access to Columbia University libraries and computer resources.- Shared office space.- Eligibility for additional funding for special research projects.- Eligibility to apply for campus housing.Application Deadlines: Priority Deadline: November 1, 2009 ($30 application fee)General Deadline: November 15, 2009 ($50 application fee)To apply:1. Complete the Applicant information cgt.columbia.edu (available starting Sept. 15)Submit by Email to email@example.com. Curriculum Vitae2. Cover Letter3. Research proposal -not to exceed 1500 words; -The description should include the background, nature, importance, specific objectives, and methodology of the proposed research project4. Writing Sample - not to exceed 20 double spaced pages - preferably an article or research paper published in a scholarly journal - topic should be pertinent to the proposed research project - no books will be acceptedBy Postal Mail or Email5. Three letters of reference. 6. Application fee ($30 by November 1 or $50 by November 15) Download form cgt.columbia.edu. Scan or mail completed form with a) Credit card information on form. b)Check or money order made payable to Columbia University.All postal mail may be sent to Committee on Global ThoughtColumbia University440 Riverside Dr.New York, NY 10027attn: post-doc searchAll questions may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org://cgt.columbia.edu/docs/Jobs
VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY Comparative Politics / International Relations / Russian Politics The Department of Political Science invites applicants for a tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Professor starting in the fall semester 2010. A Ph.D. in Political Science should be completed by June 30, 2009. Teaching responsibilities include undergraduate and graduate (MA) courses on Russian politics and Russian foreign policy. The successful candidate will have knowledge of the Russian language and be a member of the Russian Area Studies Concentration (RASCON) program. We offer a 3-2 teaching load for the first three years. After a successful Third Year Review, a one-semester sabbatical is available in the fourth year and the 3-2 teaching load may be continued for another three years contingent on the publication record. Preference will be given to applicants who provide evidence of teaching effectiveness and show promise of a strong record of publication. Broad training in political science is expected. Applicants must apply on-line at http://jobs.villanova.edu. The on-line application should include a detailed letter of application indicating your interest and suitability, statements of teaching philosophy and research interests, curriculum vitae, official graduate and undergraduate transcripts, three letters of recommendation, two writing samples, two syllabi (if available), and evidence of teaching effectiveness to Dr. A. Maria Toyoda, Chair, Political Science Department, Villanova University, 800 Lancaster Avenue, Villanova PA 19085-1699. All material must be received by December 15, 2009. Questions about the position can be directed to Dr. Toyoda at email@example.comVillanova University is a Roman Catholic university sponsored by the Augustinian order, located in the ethnically, racially, and culturally diverse Philadelphia metro region. Philadelphia is located midway between New York and Washington with easy train access to both locations. An AA/EEO employer, the Department values dynamic and diverse faculty members who are committed to teaching, scholarship, and service, and who can contribute to the university's mission. For more detailed description of the position and the Department, please consult http://www.psc.villanova.edu.
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Tenure TrackField: International RelationsSt. John Fisher College, Rochester, NYThe Department of Political at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY invites applications for the tenure-track position of assistant professor of political science in the field of International Relations. Secondary preparation in an area of comparative politics other than European Politics is desirable. This position is subject to the approval of the 2010-2011 budget.Applicants must be prepared to teach a range of upper and lower division courses in international politics, including an introductory course in World Politics, as well as an occasional course in comparative politics other than European. In addition, the successful candidate must be willing to participate in the College’s First Year Experience for freshmen by teaching in a learning community. An earned doctorate in political science is required. Evidence of teaching effectiveness and scholarship is required.To receive full consideration, applicants are asked to electronically submit a curriculum vitae, a letter describing their qualifications and interest in this position and statements of their teaching philosophy and research interests to: https://jobs.sjfc.edu.Additional information including academic transcripts, a one-page synopsis of dissertation topic, a sample syllabus, teaching evaluations if available, and three academic letters of recommendation to: Dr. James R. Bowers, Department of Political Science, St. John Fisher College, 3690 East Ave, Rochester NY. Please do not send any materials beyond that which has been requested. Additional information will be requested for candidates moving to later stages of the search. For full consideration all requested materials must be received by March 1, 2010. The appointment begins September 1, 2010. Initial interviews may be conducted at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association in New Orleans on February 18-20.St. John Fisher College is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Institution. For more information on St. John Fisher College, please visit our website at www.sjfc.edu.
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