Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP)

Sociology Professor (Tenure Track)

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The Social Sciences Department of the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP), invites applications for a full-time Sociology Research Professor position (tenure track) in Sociology of Culture and/or Sociology of Communication with experience in qualitative research methods.


  • Ph.D. in Sociology, Cultural Studies, Social Sciences or a related field.
  • Experience in Qualitative Research Methods for the Social Sciences.
  • Proficiency in Spanish and English. Command of another language at the intermediate level will be evaluated positively.
  • Teaching experience at the university level (at least teaching assistant)
  • Having presented papers in academic congresses related to his/her area of specialization.
  • Having published his/her research in indexed scholarly journals: at least 2 publications in Scopus, WoS or equivalent journals in the last 4 years.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Besides his/her own subjects of interest, the candidates would be expected to teach BA, MA and PhD courses in some the following areas: sociology of culture, cultural studies sociology of communication, qualitative methods.
  • Supervise undergraduate and graduate student’s dissertations.
  • Present the results of his/her research in international academic conferences.
  • Publish the results of his/her research in Scopus or WoS (Q1/Q2) journals.
  • Participate in and collaborate with the academic activities of the Social Sciences Department and the Sociology section.

Salary: PEN 12,000, before taxes, 14 salaries per year

Deadline for receiving applications: March 5, 2023.

Starting date: August 2023

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Job details

Sociology Professor (Tenure Track)
1801 Universitaria Avenue, San Miguel Lima, Peru
Application deadline
2023-03-05 23:59:59
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