Oferta de trabajoInfoling 1.14 (2020)

Universidad, Empresa:Universidad de Graz
Departamento:Departamento de Lenguas Románicas
Lugar de trabajo:Graz
Especialidad:Lingüística románica
Lengua(s):español, alemán, portugués, francés

The Institute for Romance Studies is looking for an University Assistant with doctorate (30 hours a week; fixed-term employment for the period of 6 years; position to be filled as of now).


Your duties

  • Independent research in the main domain of Spanish and Portuguese Linguistics, if possible French as well with the possibility of a Habilitation
  • Collaboration on research projects
  • Organisation of scientific conferences
  • Maintenance of databases
  • Participation in the examinations of the Institute and providing assistance to students

Your profile

  • Dr.phil. or PhD in Romance Linguistics (Spanish)
  • Excellent language skills in Spanish
  • Relevant international experience
  • A number of relevant publications in the field, adequate to one's academic age and academic career
  • Experience in collaborating and organising of third-party founded projects
  • Experience in organising scientific conferences
  • Teaching skills in Romance Linguistics
  • Relevant IT experience, especially handling databases
  • Language skills in Portuguese and French
  • Scientific curiosity
  • Initiative and dedication


The minimum salary as stated in the collective agreement and according to the classification scheme is EUR 2852.90 gross/month. This minimum salary may be higher due to previous employment periods eligible for inclusion and other earnings and remunerations.


We kindly ask you to submit a concept for a research project in Romance Linguistics in the domain of Spanish (5 to 10 pages) with your application.


Reference Number: MB/42/99 ex 2019/20 

Fecha límite para la presentación de candidaturas: hasta el:29 de enero de 2020
Forma de envío de la candidatura:
  Persona de contacto:Martin Hummel
  Correo-e de contacto:martin.hummel@uni-graz.at

Fecha de publicación en Infoling:10 de enero de 2020
Martin Hummel
Universidad de Graz