Location: Max Planck Foundation Office in Heidelberg, Germany
Term: Fixed term (1 year), with possibility of extension
Estimated start date: As soon as possible
Closing date for applications: 08.11.2020
At the core of the Max Planck Foundation’s mission stands the provision of technical legal assistance to developing countries, particularly to countries in transition or conflict (see: https://www.mpfpr.de/). Through legal consulting and legal capacity building activities, the Foundation assists States endeavouring to develop their legal systems and strengthen their institutions. The Foundation also provides legal expertise to the responsible institutions and legal professionals with the aim of enabling them to autonomously carry out necessary changes.
The Research Fellow(s) will implement project activities, including facilitating workshops and giving presentations on Comparative Constitutional Law and Public International Law, including Human Rights Law and its implementation at the domestic level.
Under the supervision of a Managing Director/the Head of Project, successful candidate(s) shall:
Education and Professional Experience.
Other Skills & Competencies
Assessment of qualified candidates will include a competency-based test and one interview.
The Max Planck Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and encourages qualified men and women, including those with disabilities, to apply.
Only candidates eligible for a valid residence and work permit in Germany will be taken into consideration. The Foundation will assist with visa application process.
All positions are contingent upon funding.
Research Fellows are based in Heidelberg, Germany, with frequent travels to the region.
Remuneration will be based on the Collective Agreement on Public Service Wages under German Law (Tarifvertrag des Öffentlichen Dienstes – TVöD).
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