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We are hiring an Assistant Professor of Digitalisation and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Public Sector!
Do you have a background in public administration, public policy, digital government or a comparable field? Please join us at the Digitalisation and Public Policy group of the Institute of Public Administration. We are a creative and ambitious team committed to team-based science and education in the field of digitalization, data and AI in public policy and governance. We work closely with other groups, are an active member of SAILS (the interdisciplinary AI network at Leiden University) and collaborate with the public sector practice.
Vacancy number 10944
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Terms and conditions
The University Lecturer to be recruited is part of an ambitious and dynamic team of colleagues that wants to further expand the successes of recent years. There is a lot of collaboration across the boundaries of disciplines.
The appointment will be under the terms of the Collective Labour Agreement (CAO) of Dutch Universities. You will be offered a temporary appointment for 18 months. Depending upon funding and performance, the position can be extended to a permanent position.
The salary varies, depending on qualifications and experience, from € 3,821,- to € 5,230,- gross per month based on full-time employment (scale 11 for Assistant professor).
Leiden University offers an attractive package of employment conditions with additional holiday (8%) and end-of-year bonus (8.3%), training and career development and sabbatical leave. Our terms of employment selection model gives you some freedom to compose your own set of terms and conditions.
Our faculty and institute
The Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs is one of the seven faculties of Leiden University. The faculty has an international profile, is developing strongly and consists of various institutes and centers such as the Institute of Public Administration, the Leiden University College, the Institute of Security and Global Affairs and the Center for Professional Learning at various locations in The Hague.
The Institute of Public Administration in The Hague is one of the largest and oldest institutions for scientific research and education in public administration in the Netherlands. It combines a strong international academic reputation with a central position among international, national, regional and local government institutions, including those in The Hague. The institute has received various national and international research grants including several VENI and VIDI grants from the Dutch National Science Organization, and grants for collaborative work from the EU (including ERC grants). In addition, the staff is also active in contract-research and teaching, which involves local and national government but also other public organizations from within Europe.
The Institute of Public Administration consistently receives high ratings in peer reviews for both its teaching and research programmes. The institute offers a Dutch-taught bachelor's program with two tracks, a Dutch-taught master's program in Management of the public sector, an English-taught master's program in Public Administration and participates in various programs with other faculties, including the master's programme Governance of Sustainability and master's programs in digitization and Population Health Management.
More information about the Institute of Public Administration can be found at https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/governance-and-global-affairs/institute-of-public-administration and about Leiden University at www.leiden.edu.
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