CULTMIND – the Centre for Culture and the Mind - is based on a grant of DKK 39 million from the Danish National Research Foundation. It is anchored at the Faculty of Humanities in close collaboration with The Competence Center for Transcultural Psychiatry, Capital Region of Denmark. The center constitutes a dynamic international research environment with many guests and activities. The research team will include 15-20 researchers of different nationalities and with expertise in history, anthropology, comparative literature, linguistics, psychology, and psychiatry. Further information about CULTMIND can be found here.
To support the center's daily work and progress, we are looking for an energetic and wide-ranging center administrator (37 hours/week) starting 1 April 2024 or as soon as possible thereafter. This is a five-year position until 31 March 2029 (with a possibility of a four-year extension, subject to the Centre's funding evaluation). You will work closely with the Head of Center, Professor Ana Antic, and the rest of the center.
The Tasks are versatile and include: Administration and management services, including:
Internal and external communication, including:
The position requires an excellent level of spoken and written English.
We are offering:
Conditions of employment
The working hours are 37 per week as an academic officer with salary and employment conditions according to the current collective agreement between AC and the Ministry of Taxation. There is the possibility of negotiating allowances according to qualifications.
How to apply
The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking APPLY NOW below or via this advertisement found on https:// employment.ku.dk.
Application deadline: Januar y 31, 2024, at 23:59 p.m. CET
The University of Copenhagen wishes to reflect the diversity of society and welcome applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.
UCPH is in the process of designing a new shared administrative organization at UCPH, which is expected to lead to changes within the next 12 - 18 months. The purpose of the administrative reform is, among other things, to strengthen cross-organizational cooperation, increase efficiency, and ensure good career paths for administrative staff members at UCPH. The reform will lead to cutbacks in administration. You are encouraged to contact t Head of Center: Mette Seistrup 35321321 to learn more about the connection between this position and the administrative reform.