är ett oberoende statligt forskningsinstitut som fungerar i anslutning till riksdagen. Dess uppgift är att producera högklassig, aktuell kunskap om internationella politiska och ekonomiska relationer och EU-frågor. Genom sin forskning och sakkunskap stöder institutet samhälleligt beslutsfattande samt befrämjar debatten inom sitt verksamhetsområde både i Finland och internationellt.
The Finnish Institute of International Affairs (FIIA) is now seeking
A RESEARCH FELLOW/SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOW
in its EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood and Russia research programme
The successful candidate will have in-depth knowledge on
Russian foreign policy and Russia’s global role
The appointment will be made until the end of the year 2019.
The applicant should hold a doctorate or master’s degree and must, through previous academic and public activities, have demonstrated his/her competence. The FIIA accepts educational qualifications and relevant working experience acquired in Finland or abroad. In addition, excellent teamwork and language skills (English and Russian) are highly valued, as well as readiness to contribute to both academic and policy debate on the subject of study through publications and conferences inside and outside Finland. We also require the readiness to relocate to Finland for the whole duration of the contract.
Applications should be written in English and include a CV specifying the principal scientific qualifications and achievements, other evidence of competence and distinctions and a separate list of publications. Applications should also include a research plan of maximum 2 pages on the research undertaken during the appointment period. The application documents should be sent to the FIIA either by mail (The Finnish Institute of International Affairs, P.O. Box 400, 00161 Helsinki, Finland) or via e-mail (email@example.com). The application must reach us by 24 October 2016 at 4:15 PM local time. Late applications will not be considered. The application documents will not be returned.
For further information please contact Programme Director Arkady Moshes + 358 9 432 7750 on the 18th of October at 11 am-1 pm local time or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org