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→ Discipline: Criminal Procedure
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ABOUT GHENT UNIVERSITY
Ghent University is one of the most important education and research institutions in the Low Countries. On a daily basis, over 9,000 staff members and 41,000 students implement its motto "Dare to Think". Ghent University's mission statement is characterised by qualitative education, internationally renowned research and a pluralistic social responsibility.
The Faculty of Law and Criminology is recruiting a tenure track assistant professor for a full time position starting on 1 September 2020 in the discipline of Criminal Procedure. The appointment aims at ensuring the continuity in top notch academic research and teaching, in view of future staff evolutions in the department.
You will be appointed in the department for Criminology, Criminal Law and Social Law (RE23) and be part of Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy (IRCP).
During the 5 year tenure track, you will have the possibility to devote most of your time to academic research activities in the field of Belgian and European criminal procedure, with a gradual phasing-in of teaching assignments.
For the further development of the academic career, please see ‘Appointment information’ below.
You will conduct research in the discipline of Criminal Procedure. You are expected not only to build expertise on Belgian criminal procedure law, and to keep track of the important reforms it is undergoing, but also to keep abreast of the regulatory evolutions at EU-level and the way criminal procedure will deal with various global issues (eg terrorism).
You will gradually be tasked with teaching assignments in the field of Criminal Procedure. Upon successful completion of the tenure track, you will be responsible for all teaching in the field of criminal procedure.
You take part in the internal and external service provision of the department of Criminology, Penal Law and Social Law (RE23)
Required experience and skills
- You have already conducted excellent academic research in the field of Criminal Procedure, which is clearly reflected in outstanding publications in national and international peer-reviewed books and/or journals
- You are didactically skilled to teach university students to develop academic competences;
- The following qualifications are a further asset:
o Experience in supervising research and/or coaching Ph.D. students;
o International mobility, among other things thanks to research stays at institutions external to the one where you acquired your highest academic degree;
o Positively evaluated experience in provided or organised academic lecturing;
o Professionalisation of education.
Skills / Attitude
- You are quality-oriented;
- You take initiative;
- You are a proactive person and possess strong interpersonal skills;
- You are able to coach and adequately supervise young researchers.
- You hold a thesis-based doctorate in Law or a diploma or certificate that is recognised as equivalent (article V.20 Codex Higher Education).
Upon evaluation of a foreign (non-EU) diploma, a certificate of equivalence may still have to be requested at NARIC. If this is the case, we advise you to initiate this recognition procedure as soon as possible. You are required to have the recognition no later than on the date of your appointment.
- We offer you a temporary appointment as an assistant professor in a tenure track system for a term of five years with a focus on research. If positively evaluated by the University Board, the term of office will be transferred into a permanent appointment as an associate professor. At that moment the time devoted to research, education and academic services may be altered.
- Should you already be a member of the professorial staff or hold an equal post at another university or research institution, you can immediately be appointed as an assistant professor, without prejudice to the possibility of a temporary appointment offered in article V.28 of the Codex of Higher Education.
The recruitment is possible no sooner than 1 September 2020.
The career and evaluation policy for Professorial Staff is based on talent development and growth, prioritizing vision development and strategy - at the personal as well as the group level. At UGent we focus on career support and coaching of the Professorial Staff in the different phases of the career. More information can be found on www.ugent.be/en/work/mobility-career/career-aspects/professorial-staff
Ghent University is committed to properly welcoming new professorial staff members and offering them appropriate guidance. The basic teacher training and courses of 'Dutch' and 'English' for foreign-speaking lecturers are only a few examples of our wide range of training and education opportunities. Furthermore, each Ghent University staff member can count on a number of benefits such as a bike allowance, reimbursement of public transport commuting costs, daycare, a wide range of sports facilities and EcoCheques. A complete overview of all our employee benefits (in Dutch).
Ghent University also invests in welcoming international professorial staff. It offers various housing options, a relocation bonus, the International School for school-aged children (with a discount on the tuition fee), support when registering at the City of Ghent, support with the procedure of family reunification and other administrative matters in connection with moving to Ghent. More information can be found on www.ugent.be/en/living.
Candidates who are newly appointed at Ghent University with an appointment as autonomous academic staff of at least 50% or candidates whose appointment as autonomous academic staff at Ghent University is increased to a minimum of 50% receive a Starting Grant of € 210.000 to contribute towards the personnel, operating and/or equipment costs of establishing a research team.
GENDER AND DIVERSITY
The faculty of Law and Criminology conducts an equal opportunities policy, aspires gender inclusivity and therefore encourages everyone to apply. Ghent University also strives for a gender balance in which a maximum of 60% of the academic staff with a PhD degree is of the same gender. Female applications are thus especially welcomed. As long as this goal is not achieved at the level of the group of scientific disciplines involved, the university board will in principle, for positions within this group, give priority to candidates of the underrepresented gender but only in case of equal qualifications of the applicants. This priority is neither automatic nor unconditional; the personal situation of each candidate needs to be taken into consideration in the evaluation at all times.
After the final application date, all received applications will be sent to the faculty assessment committee assembled for this vacancy. This committee will first evaluate the application files. Therefore it will match all elements of the file against the required expertise for the position in terms of education, research and scientific service. Based on this deliberation, relevant candidates will be shortlisted to be invited for further selection (interview, possible presentation or test lecture …). Afterwards, the committee will rank the suitable candidates and present this ranking to the Faculty Board. The advice of the Faculty Board will then be presented to the Research Council for advice and subsequently be sent to the University Board for approval.
Candidates are asked to further discuss their 5 most impactful academic achievements. Next to academic publications, the candidate is thus also able to show merit of knowledge transfer by academic dissemination, social valorisation, public awareness, seminars or conference presentations. These competences are also taken into account when evaluating the candidates.
The evaluation of the required international mobility is broad and partly takes the gender perspective into account, thus not only considering longer stays abroad by also other forms of internationalisation.
Pregnancy leave, prolonged sick leave, parental leave, filial leave or other forms of absence are taken into account when evaluating the available time for the realisation of academic output.
HOW TO APPLY
Apply online through the e-recruitment system before the application deadline (see above). We do not accept late or incomplete applications, or applications that are not sent through the online system.
Your application must include the following documents:
- In the field ‘Cv’: the BOF Tenure Track professorial staff application form + all annexes mentioned in the form (a.o. 5-year research plan and long term research vision), merged into one file of maximum 10 MB.
- In the field ‘Diploma’: a transcript of your doctoral degree. If you have a foreign diploma in a language other than our national languages (Dutch, French or German) or English, please add a translation in one of the mentioned languages.
- In the field ‘Certificate of equivalence’: only for diplomas awarded outside the European Union: certificate of equivalence (NARIC) (if already in your possession)
For further information regarding this vacancy, please contact Professor Michel Tison (Michel.Tison@UGent.be, +32 09/264 67 61) dean of the faculty of Law and Criminology.Apprenez-en davantage
|Intitulé||Professor in Criminal Procedure (BOF) (13848) - Faculty of Law and Criminology|
|Job location||Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 33, 9000 Gent|
|Publié||septembre 21, 2020|
|Date limite d'inscription||octobre 21, 2020|
|Types d'emploi||Professeur,   Assistant / Professeur adjoint,   Tenure Track  |
|Domaines de recherche :||Criminologie,   Droit de la procédure,   Droit pénal  |