The Open University of Cyprus announces a limited-term Research Position for academics who are Ukrainian citizens. The successful candidate will collaborate with Faculty members of the Open University of Cyprus in order to carry out research in the Humanities in areas of her/his own interest (e.g. History, Archaeology, Literature, History of Art, Linguistics, Theatre Studies, Political and Social Sciences, etc.), and will offer a series of lectures and special seminars for the community of the Open University of Cyprus and the public.
Deliverables for this period include:
- Three (3) online lectures for the University’s community and the general public
- One (1) specialized online seminar or workshop for the University’s community and the general public
- Report descriping research outcomes of the collaboration with OUC, and plans for publications / diffusion of research, as well as plans for future extension of research (1500 words).
The position is for a duration of three (3) months and the gross monthly salary is 2000 euros per month, including employer contributions. The salary does not cover a 13th month salary. The selected candidate will work remotely.
Candidates are invited to submit their Curriculum Vitae and a 500-word research proposal in English or Greek, as well as topics for lectures / seminars or other proposed activities through https://careers.ouc.ac.cy/apply, by August 23, 2022.
Any questions about the position may be addressed to Associate Professor Stavroula Tsiplakou (email@example.com).
The Open University of Cyprus is committed to an Equal Opportunities Policy in relation to hiring and supporting the career development of all people, and encourages individuals, irrespective of gender or gender reassignment, to apply for academic, research and administrative job openings. The Open University of Cyprus does not discriminate on the grounds of racial or ethnic origin, colour, religion or belief, gender, gender reassignment, ethnicity, nationality, age, disability, marriage or civil partnership, or sexual orientation in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations of the Republic of Cyprus.