The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies invites applications for a full-time, open-rank position in its Politics and International Relations Program. The Doha Institute (DI) is a new independent institution for learning and research in the fields of Social Sciences, Humanities, Public Administration and Development Economics, Social Work & Psychology, and Conflict and Humanitarian Studies, launched in October 2015. The Politics and International Relations Program is a vibrant component of the DI, with commitment to its ethos of excellence in teaching, research, and mentoring of student researchers.
Successful candidates will have a Ph.D. in Political Science from an internationally recognized academic institution. Applicants should have a broad theoretical and methodological training in Political Science with preference given to candidates who can teach courses on Comparative Politics/ International Relations, Research Methods (quantitative and qualitative), Gender and Politics, and Political Economy.
While English is recognized as a language of learning and research in the DI, the candidate must have the ability to teach in Arabic. The successful candidate will be expected to engage in individual and collaborative research projects at different areas of Political Science working closely with colleagues across different disciplines. Also, the candidate will be expected to fully participate in the academic life of the DI.
The DI offers internationally competitive salaries and benefits commensurate with rank and experience, and the opportunity of promotion across ranks, subject to performance.
The appointment is scheduled to commence in September 2019.Continue reading
|Title||Faculty Positions in Politics and International Relations Program|
|Employer||Doha Institute for Graduate Studies|
|Job location||Al Tarfa Street, Zone 70 PO BOX 200592 Doha, Qatar, 200592 Doha|
|Published||November 8, 2018|
|Job types||Lecturer / Senior Lecturer,   Assistant / Associate Professor  |
|Fields||Politics,   Comparative Politics,   Political Economy,   International Relations  |