The Amsterdam Law School is recruiting an established and internationally recognized scholar with a vision on and ambition in interdisciplinary research and education in the field of labour regulation in a broad, transitional perspective (‘future of work’). The candidate will play a leading role in further developing the research agenda as well as the educational programme and will provide leadership to the Section Labour Law.
The Chair Regulation of Labour will be part of the Department of Information Law and Labour Law (section Labour Law) of the Law School. The section Labour Law strives to be a renowned scientific knowledge institution for the study of regulation and organisation of labour in a wide perspective. The section has a strong international orientation, and its research and education are highly relevant to Dutch practice. The section encompasses two groups that were merged in 2018: the Amsterdam Institute for Labour Studies (AIAS) and the Hugo Sinzheimer Institute (HSI). The section Labour Law is the largest, most interdisciplinary group of scholars working in the field of regulation of labour in the Netherlands. It has a scientific staff of approximately 12 FTEs, divided over 17 staff members (4 professors, 1 associate professor, 2 assistant professors, 4 lecturers and 6 researchers). There are currently 6 internal PhD students and 6 external PhD students. In addition, a group of about 10 guest staff members is involved in research and education. The staff of the section consists of researchers and lecturers from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, including lawyers, economists and political scientists. The section is supported by a business operations manager and a secretary. It is currently headed by an interim Chair.
The prospective Chair will have the following tasks:
The prospective Chair must in particular meet the following requirements:
The Chair will provide leadership in a section and law school that both in terms of education and day to day management in large part operate in Dutch. A successful candidate who is not native in Dutch should be committed to master passive Dutch within a reasonable time.
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The chair will be a full-time (1.0 FTE) or near full time (0.8 FTE) position. The salary is in accordance with the salary scales for professors at Dutch universities, scale H2 or H1 (Collective Labour Agreement of Dutch Universities), ranging from €5,749 to €10,106 gross per month (full-time equivalent) depending on expertise and previous experience. Secondary benefits at Dutch universities are attractive and include 8% holiday allowance and an 8.3% end-of-year allowance.
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The University of Amsterdam’s Law School prides itself on its international orientation and strong social commitment. This is reflected by both its research and educational activities. The Amsterdam Law School offers three Bachelor’s programmes, including the interdisciplinary English-language Bachelor Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics (PPLE) in cooperation with two other Faculties, as well as a variety of Master's programmes, several of which are taught exclusively in English (i.e. International and European Law, European Private Law, International Criminal Law, and Law & Finance). The Amsterdam Law School prepares students for a wide variety of legal careers including law firms, government, business and industry, the national and international judiciary, public service, human rights advocacy, and academia. With 5000 students and over 450 staff members, it is one of the largest law faculties in the Netherlands.
The staff of the Section Labour Law consists of researchers and lecturers from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, including lawyers, sociologists, economists and political scientists.
The UvA is an equal-opportunity employer. We prioritise diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for everyone. We value a spirit of enquiry and perseverance, provide the space to keep asking questions, and promote a culture of curiosity and creativity.
If you recognize yourself in the profile and are interested in the position, we look forward to receiving:
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Response period closes 28 February 2021.
|Titel||Full Chair Regulation of Labour|
|Employer||University of Amsterdam|
|Job location||Roeterseilandcampus, Nieuwe Achtergracht 166, 1018 VW Amsterdam|
|Publicerad||december 30, 2020|
|Sista ansökningsdatum||februari 28, 2021|
|Befattningar||Professor,   Ledning  |
|Ämnen||Ekonomisk sociologi,   Internationellt och komparativt arbete,   Arbetsmarknadsekonomi,   Arbetsrätt  |