Strong interest in social work as study object in relation with economics or management, with extensive experience in empirical methods and competence in the evaluation, analysis, implementation or management of social work.
Candidates must hold a PhD in Economics, Management, or in Social Work. She/he demonstrates a strong interest in social work as study object (with a capacity to analyse social problems and research experience in the field), in relation with Economics or Management. In terms of research, she/he develops empirical research projects on issues related to Social Work (e.g. social policies, public management, network governance or organisational and human resources aspects of social work) and projects oriented towards application in collaboration with non-profit organisations, private companies or the public sector. She/he has extensive experience in empirical methods and competence in the evaluation, analysis, implementation or management of social work.
The successful candidate should be able to teach quantitative research methods to doctoral students (experimental, modelling, field studies, etc.) with a marked interest in the development of innovative methods. She/he must have a track record of high-level international scientific publications either in Social Work with a strong link to Economics/Management or in Economics/Management with a strong link to Social Work. She/he will co-manage the Transdisciplinary Institute of Social Work (ITTS) located in the Faculty of Economics and Business (FSE).
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Applications should be uploaded at www.unine.ch/candis (ref. FSE-Travsocial2) in the form of a single PDF file, including a letter of motivation, a CV documenting full teaching and research experience, a list of publications, copies of diplomas and a list of references able to assess the candidate’s competence (with at least three names). The candidate is also invited to present a statement (three pages max.) of teaching and research interests, her/his scientific approach to the domain, as well as projects that she/he intends to undertake.
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