The School of Political Sciences (Division of Public Administration & Policy) invites applications for a tenure track position beginning not before 1 October 2021.
The position is open to individuals at all stages of their career and all ranks, but candidates must have their Ph.D. by October 2021. Specialization is sought in Public Administration and Policy, Public Management, Political Economics, Policy and law, Comparative Policy Analysis, Environmental and Regional Policy, Urban Policy, Technology Policy and Big-Data, or East Asia and Public Policy. Evidence of scholarly publication is required.
Please submit a letter of application, CV, and list of publications according to the instructions below*. Qualified candidates will be contacted and asked to provide additional materials (three letters of reference and sample of published work).
The School of Political Sciences at The Herta and Paul Amir Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Haifa is a top ranked center for the study of political science, public administration & policy, and international relations in Israel. Its faculty members are internationally recognized as leading scholars in their fields and the school is on a rapid track of extension and development.
Qualified applicants must demonstrate excellent teaching and research qualifications. Rank will be in accordance with academic qualifications. Final decisions, including assignment of rank, are subject to resource availability, consideration of
the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and the final decision of the Rector (Provost).
Applications should be sent electronically to Ms. Orly Moshe at: email@example.com
The University of Haifa is located in the north of Israel on top of 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. The School of Political Sciences has an enrollment of approximately 1200 graduate and undergraduate students. Further information is available on the school web page.