Faculty Recruitment: Associate Professor or Assistant Professor of Sociology of Education ,Nagasaki University

    Nagasaki University
    Educational sciences
    Leading Researcher (R4)
    Established Researcher (R3)
    Recognised Researcher (R2)
    29/10/2021 23:59 - Asia/Tokyo
    Japan › Nagasaki
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Nagasaki University invites applications for a position in the field Sociology of Education at the level of associate professor or assistant professor with a start date of 1 January 2022 (earlier date negotiable). In accordance with the aims of the Basic Act for Gender Equal Society, Nagasaki University promotes gender equality and has a policy of proactively hiring female researchers when candidates have equivalent qualifications. Note that a strict non-smoking policy is in effect on all campuses and that Nagasaki University furthermore requires candidates who smoke to give up smoking when they are hired, as a measure to protect students and staff from second-hand smoke.

●Background and Concept of the School of Global Humanities and Social Sciences (SGHSS)
In order to strengthen its foundations as a general university and meet the strong demand in society for global talent in the humanities and social sciences, Nagasaki University established a new faculty at which education and research in these fields are conducted in April of 2014: the School of Global Humanities and Social Sciences (SGHSS). Aiming to further foster research in these fields, it subsequently established the Graduate School of Global Humanities and Social Sciences (GSGHSS) in April of 2018. More information regarding the SGHSS and the GSGHSS can be found online at http://www.hss.nagasaki-u.ac.jp/. Nagasaki University invites applications from scholars who share the aims and vision of the SGHSS and the GSGHSS. Due to an organizational restructuring that came into effect on 1 April 2019, the selected candidate will be employed at the Nagasaki University Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences (Division of Global Humanities and Social Sciences). 

●Research Field
Sociology of Education

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●Position and Number of Openings
One Associate Professor or Assistant Professor.
If the candidate is hired as an assistant professor, a five-year tenure track system may be applied. See (1) and (2) above.

●Contract Type
Working hours, break time and overtime work:
7 hours and 45 minutes per day based on discretionary labor system for professional work
Saturday, Sunday, public holidays and from December 29 to January 3
Salary: Annual salary system will be applied. Base annual salary is determined based on professional
experience, job responsibilities and other relevant factors along with the University's related regulations.
Employment insurance, Industrial injury insurance, Health insurance, and Employee pension

●Start Date
As soon as possible after January 1, 2022.

Undergraduate courses:
Basics of Sociology of Education, Cross-Cultural Understanding Education, Basic Exercises, Specialized Exercises, Graduation Research, Reading Foreign Language Literature, Introductory Research, Basic Research, Fieldwork Training
General education:
Liberal Arts Module, Electives
Graduate courses:
Immigration Policy and Family / Community / Education Special Lectures, Immigration Policy and Family / Community / Education Specific Exercises, Academic Elements, Multicultural Sociology Seminar, Research Guidance
First Year Seminar, Research and Education Guidance Related to Dutch Sspecial Courses, Subjects related to other specialized fields

Additional comments

(1) In line with the Basic Act for a Gender-Equal Society (Act No. 78 of 1999), Nagasaki University
is an equal opportunity employer.
(2) Nagasaki University prohibits the smoking in the site to avoid exposure of environmental tobacco

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EURAXESS offer ID: 685263
Posting organisation offer ID: D121090630


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