Doctoral student (EXPIRED)
Centre for Applied Ethics, Linköping University, Sweden.
|Job category||Other (non-academic) / Fixed term|
|AOC||Ethics, Normative Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy|
Social and Political Philosophy
|Organization's reference number||Dnr LiU-2012-01794|
|Location||Linköping, Östergötland, Sweden|
|Start date||March 2013|
The Ethics of Migration is a recently established research group at the Centre for Applied Ethics (CTE), Linköping University, conducting research on migration, ethics and surveillance. Examples of possible research issues include rights and duties between migrants and states, whether or not restrictions on migration can be justified from the perspective of ethics and under what conditions, if at all, that surveillance-based migration control can be ethically acceptable. An ongoing research project within this group deals with ethical implications of the novel generation of biometrical e-passports. Another, closely related project is concerned with the question of rectificatory justice. As a doctoral student within this research group you may identify and develop a research topic of your own. Ethical aspects of technical and organizational migration control, the asylum process, refugees and irregular migrants, ”brain drain”, trafficking, birthright and migration in a global justice-perspective are examples of ethically relevant problems that can be investigated in a doctoral dissertation.
As a research environment, the Centre for Applied Ethics is interdisciplinary oriented and the research group is connected to an international research network. Further information about the Ethics of Migration program can be found at: http://www.liu.se/forskning/foass/elin-palm?l=en&sc=true
Qualifications: Employment as a doctoral student requires admission to PhD studies. The successful applicant will be a highly motivated and talented candidate with a Master´s degree in Applied Ethics, Philosophy or Social Science (or equivalent). Research experience, analytical abilities, and experience in scientific writing are valuable merits. Good knowledge of written and oral English is required. Both good cooperation skills and the ability to work independently are emphasised. The successful candidate should be enthusiastic about Ethics of Migration.
Work tasks: The person who is employed as doctoral student should primarily focus on her/his research education, at least 80% of fulltime dedication. The remaining working time (20%) should, before the final exam, be dedicated to teaching, research information or administrative tasks. The doctoral student should conduct research within the field of Applied Ethics as described in above.
Equal opportunity: Linköping University should continue to develop as an attractive and creative work place characterized by equal opportunities, and therefore works actively to promote diversity and gender equality.
Appointment time: The appointment is given for one year at a time, and can be renewed with a maximum of two years at a time. A person can be employed as a doctoral student for a maximum of 8 years. However, the total employment period can not be longer than a research education fulltime studies of four years.
Starting time: According to agreement.
Salary:The starting salary for a doctoral student is regulated by an institutional locally approved stepwise salary frame.
Information: For information regarding research activities contactAssistant Professor Elin Palm, firstname.lastname@example.org, 013-28 56 36. Mats Tholander, 013-28 44 62, (email@example.com) will provide you with information about salary and terms of employment. Union representatives are Örjan Lönnevik (SACO), 013-28 66 34 (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Gabriel Thott (OFR/S), 011-36 31 71 (email@example.com)
Application processs: 1. Your application and the documents that you wish to include should have reached Linköping university at the latest by: 2012-12-10 in a manner described below in points 2-4. 2. Applications or documents arriving later than prescribed will not be considered. 3. Your application should be in electronic formate – except attached monographies (scientific documents in bookform) and provided in Word- or PDF-formate to firstname.lastname@example.org. This also holds for additionaldocuments that are submitted. Monographies should be provided within the specified timeframe in 3 copies to till Linköping university, registrator, 582 83 Linköping. 4. Your electronic application should contain: * Information about what type of position you apply for and Dnr LiU-2012-01794 * CV * Personal letter where you motivate why you apply for this position * Master thesis * Letter of intent containing approximately 3 pages.
Electronic CV template to be used: http://www.liu.se/jobba/cv?l=en&sc=true
|How to apply|
|Application type||Unknown (see text above)|
|Web address to apply||http://www.liu.se/jobbdb/show.html?4874|
|Application deadline||December 10, 2012|
|Web address for more information||http://www.liu.se/ikk/cte?l=sv|
|Contact name||Elin Palm|
|Contact phone||+ 46-13-28 56 36|
|Time created||October 29, 2012, 2:15pm EST|
|Scheduled expiry date||December 10, 2012, 11:59pm CET|
|Last updated||October 31, 2012, 8:08am EST|
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