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IHS is looking to fill the position of Academic Assistant within the Urban Socio-Spatial Development department. This Academic Assistant will contribute to the educational, research and advisory activities in which the department is engaged in the field of housing, land, gender, urban planning and socio-spatial justice.
We are looking for a candidate who:
Fixed-term contract: The maximum duration of the position is three years. After one year an evaluation of the candidate’s performance takes place to determine the extension of the contract for two more years.
The candidate must be in possession of a Dutch residence permit or be an EU citizen. The position available in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The maximum duration of the position is three years based on 40 hours per week. After one year an evaluation of the candidate’s performance takes place to determine the extension of the contract for two more years.
Remuneration will be in line with the responsibilities of the role and related to the work experience of the candidate. For full-time employment, the minimum gross monthly salary is € 2.471 and a maximum of € 3.338 based on 40 working hours per week and on a salary scale of 7 of the collective labour agreement for Dutch universities (CAO NU). The IHS employment conditions include a holiday allowance of 8.0%, an end-of-year bonus of 8.3% and 30 holidays when working full-time.
The ideal starting date would be end May 2023.
The Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS) - Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) focuses on educational, research and advisory activities related to urban development and management worldwide. Within IHS, the Urban Socio-Spatial Development department looks at the making of cities and the interactions with and transitions within cities. It addresses topics such as the creation and appropriation of urban space, civic engagement leading to transformations in the built and social environment, socio-spatial justice, and the right to the city. We look particularly into the phenomenon of urban informality in planning, housing, and land by assessing social, spatial, economic and gender impacts of urban dynamics.
Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50, 3062 PA, Rotterdam
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