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Chair Professor in China-Eurasian Relations and International Studies

Reference: UNNC485

Closing Date: Open till filled

Job Type: Research & Teaching

Faculty: Faculty of Humanties and Social Sciences

Location: Ningbo China

Salary & Benefits: Salary is negotiable depending on skills and experience. In addition, an attractive package including accommodation allowance, travel allowance and insurance will be provided for international appointments.
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The Faculty of Humanities and Social Science is the most international and diverse Faculty on campus and home to a stimulating range of disciplines and activities with teaching, student experience and research at our heart

Join a unique British University in China. The University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) was the first Sino-foreign university to open its doors in China. This award winning campus offering a UK style education has grown to establish a student body of over 7,000 in just 12 years.

China’s relations with Eurasia, the broad sweep of countries contiguous to China and connecting China to Europe, has taken on new significance with the One Belt One Road (OBOR) strategy announced in 2013. OBOR is the centre-piece of China’s new global engagement, facilitating social, economic and transport integration between China and Europe, Africa, and Asia. It is also the focus of a new University of Nottingham Ningbo (UNNC) initiative at the School of International Studies, bringing in a Chair and research support team, and constructing a UNNC OBOR research hub. UNNC is home to more than 7000 students, and the School of International Studies hosts some 400 students, including undergraduate, master and PhD students.

We seek a senior colleague who can guide this new initiative and provide leadership more broadly. We expect the colleague to have an established track record of research, publications and grants. The successful candidate will teach in his/her area(s) of expertise, as well as supervise PhD students and the dissertations of MA and undergraduate students as needed. They will be expected to help mentor staff members and participate in leadership of the School of International Studies and the University. Success in winning external funding is expected. Besides academic and theoretical experience in their field, we expect that he/she will have ability to deliver impact and generate knowledge transfer to our staff, our students, our government partners, and the public, will be exceptional. The position includes significant research monies to support the OBOR initiative, as well as the opportunity to recruit a junior staff member, post-docs and PhD students for the project.

Salary is negotiable depending on skills and experience. In addition, an attractive package including accommodation allowance, travel allowance and insurance will be provided for international appointments.

The post will initially be offered on a fixed term contract with the University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China for a period of up to five years starting 1 March 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter. This contract may be extended on an indefinite basis by mutual agreement.

How to Apply

Informal enquires and application shall be made to Prof Stephen Morgan, Associate Provost for Planning, Email: Stephen.morgan@nottingham.edu.cn, or Dr. Gregory Moore, Head of School of International Studies, email: Gregory.Moore@nottingham.edu.cn. The ideal application will include a cover letter, resume, a full list of research outcome and a brief working plan with output for the next five years.

Interviews will take place in Ningbo China.

Please quote ref. UNNC485. Closing date: Open till filled

Source
http://www.nottingham.edu.cn/en/hr/jobs/chair-professors/unnc485.aspx

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