September 26, 2019
At the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Invites outstanding candidates to apply for tenure-track positions in moral and political philosophy, broadly understood.
The successful candidate will be appointed at relevant units in the Hebrew University (such as the philosophy department, the faculty of law, the department of political science, In suitable cases, a joint appointment will be considered), and decision will be subject to their approval as well.
Usual teaching and administrative duties, and full access to the resources of the Centre.
A PhD is required, though may be completed, if offer is extended, by July.
AoS: Any area within moral and political philosophy, broadly construed.
Rank: Open. The Centre will also consider part-time senior hires.
For further details, please contact the Centre’s co-directors: Daniel Attas or David Enoch.
Applicants should provide:
(1) Cover letter
(2) Doctoral diploma or official confirmation of eligibility
(3) Curriculum Vitae
(4) Current list of publications
(5) Statement of research and teaching plans (up to three pages and according to these guidelines)
(6) Teaching evaluations (from the past three years, if there are any)
(7) Two representative publications (or, if there are none, two unpublished papers or chapters)
(8) Two letters of recommendation, to be submitted directly by recommender (According to these guidelines)
All materials should be in English, and may be submitted via the following link.
Applications submitted not in accordance with these guidelines will not be considered.
This announcement does not constitute a commitment to accept candidates in any or all fields.
The Hebrew University is an equal opportunity employer.
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