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As Coordinator Internationalisation, you play an important role in fulfilling the mission of Erasmus School of Law. Based on the objectives and strategic priorities adopted by the Faculty Board, you contribute to the development and implementation of the internationalisation policy of Erasmus School of Law. You seek opportunities to expand international research collaborations and help academics apply for collaborative (EU) funding, in close consultation with the Funding Advisor. With your expertise, you support the Faculty Board in strengthening the international outlook through strategic planning for (new) partner universities and by promoting student and staff exchanges, for example by optimising the mobility options of the Erasmus + programme. You prepare the inter-institutional agreements and act as contact person for mobility requests from staff and students, including the administrative processes of Erasmus +. You are happy to make preparations and accompany the Faculty Board on visits to foreign partner universities. Moreover, you are responsible for preparing visits by foreign delegations to Erasmus School of Law.
As Coordinator Internationalisation, you play a crucial role in connecting research to education by creating opportunities for synergy in research and education in international collaborations. Close cooperation between you, the Heads of the Faculty Departments, the Erasmus Graduate School of Law, the Research Office and the Educational Office is therefore essential. The position of Coordinator Internationalisation will be embedded in the Research Office of Erasmus School of Law. This Office assists the Board in research strategy and policy, provides research (funding) support to ESL researchers and is responsible for the daily management of Erasmus Graduate School of Law. Depending on your profile, you may also be deployed in adjacent policy areas
We are looking for an enthusiastic colleague with a master degree and relevant experience and keen interest in internationalisation opportunities and challenges, both in research and in education. You have strong entrepreneurial and networking skills and are results-driven. At the same time, you have the flexibility and resilience to make a contribution in an academic environment, both strategically and hands-on. Your oral and written communication skills are excellent and you are fluent in English (minimum level C1) and in Dutch.
A fixed contract for at least one year, with the possibility of an extension. We offer an attractive position with good terms of employment in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement of Dutch Universities (CAO NU).
The monthly salary of the Coordinator Internationalisation is € 4,294 minimum and € 5,513 maximum gross for a full time position of 38 hours a week (scale 12, UFO profile External Collaboration Coordinator 3), depending on your level of experience. A starting grade may apply.
The attractive benefits package includes an end of year bonus of 8.3%, holiday allowance of 8%, extensive leave facilities for a healthy work/life balance, a good pension fund and an excellent collective insurance package. Employees are also entitled to use various facilities, such as sport facilities and library.
The selection procedure may involve an assessment.
Since April 2018 EUR offers a Dual Career Programme to partners and spouses of new international employees at EUR. This programme is executed in close cooperation with nearby universities of Leiden and Delft. It aims to facilitate partners and spouses in their search for a job on the Dutch labour market. See www.eur.nl/en/working/international-staff-eur/family/work-partners.
The Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) is an internationally oriented university with a pronounced social orientation in its education and research. Our scientists and students work to solve global and social challenges, inspired by the dynamic and cosmopolitan city of Rotterdam. Our academic education is intensive, active, and applied. Our research is increasingly taking place in multidisciplinary teams, which are highly intertwined with international networks. With our research impact and study quality, Erasmus University Rotterdam is highly ranked and can compete with leading European universities. Important values for Erasmus University Rotterdam are being daring, curious, socially involved, deliberate and aspiring to success.
Erasmus School of Law
Erasmus School of Law (ESL) employs 480 members of staff and is attended by around 5000 students. ESL offers bachelor programmes in Law, Tax Law and Criminology, with a focus on active academic learning. Students can subsequently choose from a wide variety of master programmes. ESL also collaborates in Double Degree programmes combining law and (business) economics or law and business administration and is one of the founders of the European Master in Law & Economics. Once students have completed their master’s degree, they may choose from several postgraduate tracks provided by Erasmus School of Law (in collaboration with Erasmus Academy and others).
The fundamental premise underlying academic research conducted at Erasmus School of Law is that law cannot be considered in splendid isolation or as an end in itself. It is embedded in an economic and social context that shapes law. At the same time, law itself shapes society and defines economic relationships. In line with this vision, our mission is to conduct innovative research on the function of law in its economic and social context. This research has a strong social and business-driven orientation. Erasmus School of Law is committed to promoting international and interdisciplinary research, as shown by its participation in several international research collaborations. The PhD programmes at Erasmus School of Law are also firmly embedded in international networks. Erasmus Graduate School of Law is part of the Association of Transnational Law School (ATLAS), which aims to bring together talented doctoral students in the field of law. Erasmus School of Law is also part of the prestigious European Doctorate in Law and Economics Programme (EDLE) as well as the Marie Curie European Training Network on EU Trade and Investment Policy (EUTIP).
We engage in research-driven education, in which research questions as well as the interdisciplinary and international approach are embedded.
Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)
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