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An open and standing call for applicants (2017-2020)
In the following disciplines:

 

   05  Economics    03 Communication
   06 Statistics    02

Geography

(with an emphasis on Physical Geography)

   11 Political Science    13 Computer Science
   01 Sociology    10 Psychology
   08 Anthropology    08 Child Development

 

 The Herta & Paul Amir Faculty of Social Sciences invites applications for a tenure track position beginning October 1 of every subsequent year from 2017 to 2020. Candidates must have their Ph.D. prior to beginning of contract. Evidence of strong scholarly publication is required.

Letters of application, CV, and a list of publications should be submitted directly to the relevant department head or program chair. Only qualified candidates will be contacted and asked to provide additional materials (letters of reference and a sample of published works).

Qualified applicants must demonstrate excellence in both teaching and research. Rank will be in accordance with academic qualifications. Final decisions are subject to resource availability, competencies of the candidates, and the approval of the dean of the Faculty and the rector of the University.

Potential candidates who wish to apply for a position in any of our academic units after the official deadline should direct their request to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The Herta & Paul Amir Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Haifa is a top ranked faculty for the study of heterogeneous disciplines in the Social Sciences. Our faculty members are internationally recognized as leading scholars in their fields, and the Faculty envisions a strong track of future development and innovation.The Herta & Paul Amir Faculty of Social Sciences has an enrollment of approximately 5500 graduate and undergraduate students. Further information is available on the Faculty web page at http://hevra.haifa.ac.il/.

The University of Haifa is located in the north of Israel atop  Mount Carmel with a breathtaking view of the sea and the Carmel forest. It has an enrollment of 18,000 and is one of Israel's leading research universities (http://www.haifa.ac.il/).