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Jobs: Assistant Professor in Philosophy (multiple positions) National Research University Higher School of Economics Moscow, Russia.

Assistant Professor in Philosophy (multiple positions)
National Research University Higher School of Economics
Moscow, Russia

The School of Philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities of the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia invites applications for full-time, tenure-track positions of Assistant Professor in Philosophy and sub-fields. Applications for Associate and Full Professorships can also be considered in exceptional cases. Knowledge of Russian is not required as teaching is done in English.

About HSE
The HSE is a young, dynamic, fast-growing Russian research university. Over the past twenty years, the HSE has become one of Russia's largest universities in the fields of economics, social sciences and humanities, and has earned the reputation of a national leader in higher education. One of its unique features has been its direct involvement in socioeconomic reforms in Russia, which has allowed HSE to develop as a “project and research university” where education, fundamental and applied research, and "think tank" activities are combined for the comprehensive development of society. Committed to high-quality research, HSE now has over twenty international research laboratories, led by eminent professors from all over the world; more such laboratories are expected to be opened by early 2016.

Requirements
Candidates must hold a recent Ph.D. in philosophy, cultural studies, visual studies, or a related field, or be within a year of completion at the time of application. The successful candidate is expected to conduct high-quality research publishable in reputable peer-reviewed journals with research support provided by the university’s Centre for Advanced Studies. The appointments will be made for three years in the first instance, starting in September 2016, with reviews of teaching and research during the third year.

Benefits
The salary is competitive, indexed to inflation annually, and subject to a 13% flat income tax. The university offers health insurance (free of charge), language assistance, and other social benefits; travel support and other research assistance are generous. The teaching load of newly hired faculty is minimal and service is not required; heavy emphasis is placed on high quality research.

Application and Interviews
Please provide a CV, a statement of research interest and a recent research paper via online application form. At least 2 letters of reference should be forwarded directly to the attention of Philosophy Review Committee at cas@hse.ru.

The deadline for accepting application materials is December 02, 2015.
More information about the university and the Centre is available at the http://www.hse.ru/en/http://phil.hse.ru/en/ and www.cas.hse.ru

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