A.G. Leventis Research Officer for South East European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX)

A.G. Leventis Research Officer for South East European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX)

Part-time, 17.5 hours per week. Fixed-term for 18 months
Salary: 
Grade 6, £28,098 - £33,518 pro rata
Deadline: 
Tuesday, 13 February 2018
College Staff
South East European Studies at Oxford

We have an exciting opportunity for a PhD scholar with fluency in Greek to assist in our Greek Diaspora project.

South East European Studies (SEESOX) at the University of Oxford is a pioneering programme dedicated to understanding the economics, politics, history and societies of Greece and other South East European countries. SEESOX research is widely recognized and informs greater understanding and policy making in the region and the EU. The programme plays a critical role in bringing together academics with policy-makers, politicians, businesses, and media. In the work on Greece and its region, the programme draws on Oxford’s world-leading research, its global networks and unique convening power.

The Greek Diaspora Project, the flagship project of SEESOX, is engaged in the study of the Greek diaspora and its interaction with the homeland in the contemporary context of the recent crisis and beyond.

The Research Officer will engage in research in the context of the project, participate in survey work, and contribute to the output and the publications.

We require someone with a record of research related to Contemporary Greece and the ability to contribute to the drafting of project proposals, project results and scholarly publications.

​If you would like to apply for this post, please complete the application form (attached below) and return it to recruitment@sant.ox.ac.uk

The closing date for applications is 12 noon, Tuesday 13 February 2018

Interviews will be held on Thursday 22 February 2018

For further information, please see the attached Job Description and Further Particulars. Informal enquiries concerning the post may be made by email to recruitment@sant.ox.ac.uk

Date posted: 
Wednesday, 24 January 2018