Colloque international "Anthropo-Responsabilité" A noter / Autour de la Préhistoire Indices de déplacements, de migrations humaines et animales ou d’échanges à l’Holocène en Afrique du nord, territoires insulaires et régions adjacentes

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The position is available from March 2021
Nicosia (Cyprus) / Nicosie (Chypre)




The successful candidate will advance the research agenda of STARC in close collaboration with the A.G. Leventis Professor for Archaeological Sciences.


They will conduct and publish high-impact research in archaeological materials science, with an emphasis on ancient metallurgy and / or ceramics in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East (EMME); demonstrable additional expertise in another inorganic material will be of advantage.


The successful candidate will be able to formulate well-developed research enquiries and to communicate effectively with experts in other fields to generate and lead research projects within the archaeological discourse and across disciplinary boundaries. It is expected that the successful candidate will regularly attract competitive project funding as PI and in larger consortia, participate in fieldwork, and present their research at regional and international conferences and workshops. They will be expected to work collaboratively with existing staff and faculty, while developing their own independent research profile, complementing rather than replicating existing strengths.


Candidate profile and qualifications

The successful candidates are expected to be scholars of international standing with a minimum of four (4) years of research experience after completion of the PhD in fields relevant to STARC’s research agenda, demonstrated with a competitive publication record appropriate for their career stage. They will have demonstrated leadership skills and ability to work independently. They should have substantial experience in developing and delivering postgraduate education, particularly for applicants in the faculty track. They should have communicated research results to a broad public, and have a proven track record in project funding and management, particularly for applicants in the research track. The selected candidates must have excellent interpersonal skills aimed at building and maintaining contacts in academic, business and governmental circles. Proficiency in spoken and written English is a prerequisite.


In addition, the following qualifications are required:

- PhD specialization in Archaeological Materials, Archaeometallurgy Archaeological Ceramic Analysis, or similar
- BSc or MSc Degree in Chemistry or closely related field (Geology, Materials Science), or BA / MA in Archaeology with focus on the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East (EMME)
- Communicated research results to a broad public
- Proven track record in project funding and management, particularly for applicants in the research track
- A good peer-reviewed publication record appropriate for the applicant’s career stage
- An aptitude and/or experience in mentoring and teaching students (faculty track)
- Supervisory experience at MSc and PhD level (both faculty and research track)
- Postgraduate teaching experience (incl. formal organization of modules; faculty track)


Closing date : 31 January 2021


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