The European Law and Governance School (ELGS) is a higher education institution dedicated to the creation and dissemination of knowledge in the area of Public Law lato sensu and Governance.
The ELGS seeks to appoint Resident teaching staff (up to 4)starting from the 2021-2022 academic year. Appointments are one-year with the option for renewal for up to five years maximum, and shall be subject to a formal employment contract with the EPLO.
Resident staff will be awarded the academic title of Lecturer. At the end of the fifth year Lecturers may be offered tenure and the title of Professor.
Resident Lecturers have to:
- teach in the undergraduate and postgraduate programs as well as in the other educational programs run by ELGS or the academic programs affiliated to it, up to a maximum of 234 hours every academic year.
- prepare the structure of courses and their syllabus development, prepare the teaching material and indicate the studying material for the students.
- administer and support the organization of workshops, webinars, training activities andopen lectures.
- supervise thesis and assignments.
- conduct research projects, pursue independent research and participate in drafting proposals for funded research programs.
- produce at least one piece of original academic work per year to be published in academic journals of the EPLO and/or in other academic journals mentioning the affiliation with the ELGS.
- participate in the administrative life of ELGS and should show willingness to work in a team. All should also demonstrate enthusiasm for teaching and supporting students throughout their academic training.
Eligible candidates are scholars who:
- hold a PhD/LLD/JD in Law (preferably in European Law, Public Law, International Law) or a PhD or equivalent in Political Science/Government/Governance or in relevant/allied field.
- are fluent in English. Fluency in other languages is a benefit.
- have a high standard of research ability.
- have an outstanding research record and publications that are published in peer-reviewed journals, books or other.
- have an experience of at least 2 years in teaching at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level, or any other equivalent academic or professional experience .
- are flexible and capable to prepare and teach courses that are in a wider focus area.
Candidates who do not fulfill all the above criteria may be considered as candidates for Fellowships. Fellows do tutorials and help Lecturers and Professors in the execution of their duties.
Resident Lecturers and Fellows should reside in Greece or be prepared to relocate to Greece. The posts will primarily operate out of the School’s facilities in Sounion, Attica, Greece, but teaching out of the facilities in Plaka, Athens will also be required. The offices of the Resident staff are located in the premises of the School in Sounion. The teaching staff is welcome to use the Guesthouse of the EPLO in Sounion as residence at a fee.
Remuneration of faculty will be in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of the EPLO, and the precise amount will be based upon each successful candidate’s experience and capacity. Successful candidates shall have the right to special privileges granted to personnel working for international organizations according to the EPLO’s Headquarters Agreement.
Eligible applicants should submit their full curriculum vitae, copies of their degrees and transcripts and a motivation letter listing their academic, teaching and professional experience along with the names and contact information of two references.
Submission shall be made until 14 May, 2021 included, to email@example.com.
For more information on the EPLO, please visit www.eplo.int