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Call for Papers for the International Conference on AFRICA’S MOBILITY STRUGGLESHide

Call for Papers for the
International Conference on AFRICA’S MOBILITY STRUGGLES

“Infrastructuring (Im)mobilities: Technologies of restraint and fluidity in Africa’s mobility struggles”

ACC Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya
22nd and 23rd February 2023

Researchers from the Research Section “Mobilities” are inviting interested participants to contribute to their workshop on (im)mobility and infrastructure. The objective of the forum is to develop deeper, reflexive inter-/transdisciplinary insights into the practice of infrastructuring (im)mobilities. The focus on Africa is a deliberate entry point to understanding how the continent’s desire to entangle in the global contours of productive fluidity is not only supported, but also often met with the ever-advancing technologies of restraint at different scales.

Presentations that draw on empirical research on topics such as mega infrastructures; migration (border) controls; resources flow; project-induced resettlements; refugee camps; the diaspora; in relation to Africa are especially welcome.

For more details see the attached call.

Interested participants should submit their abstracts by 31st January 2023 to the addresses below:
Dr Paddy Kinyera: p.kinyera@uni-bayreuth.de
Dr Jochen Lingelbach jochen.lingelbach@uni-bayreuth.de

Call for proposals: International Conference of the Africa Multiple Cluster of ExcellenceHide

International Conference of the Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence

RECONFIGURING AFRICAN STUDIES THROUGH SPATIALITIES

Conference: 12. - 14. October 2023
Inaugural Event: 11. October 2023
Venue: Campus, University of Bayreuth

Over the last two decades, the conceptual and ontological rediscovery of the spatial dimension brought about by the spatial turn has created new and innovative perspectives on society and space, processes of socialization, spatial practices, and the modes of knowledge production within social sciences and beyond. This is the more important for the grand undertaking of Reconfiguring African Studies, as spatiotemporal topics evoke multiplicity, relationality and reflexivity. On an abstract level, the concepts of place, space and territory thereby help us to understand and analyze the human relations, connections and intersections in and with the world. On the level of the actual life-worlds, spatial experiences are bodily experiences - in matters of both socialization and knowledge production. Therefore, the reconfiguration of the social, interactional, ontological and epistemological modes of reconfiguring African Studies needs to be addressed through the lens of Spatialities.


With the notion of spatialities, we intend to inspire accounts of the ways in which different kinds of spaces, 'scapes'
or 'spheres' transgress the boundaries of "epistemic cultures' interconnections, and entanglements beyond 'North' and 'South'. Also, we anticipate that the concept of Spatialities can be employed to stress the processual and performative character of all embedded and dis-embedded social worlds and culture(s), whose multiplicity of practices and phenomena perpetually interact with space and constitutes space and spatial configurations and reconfigurations. A reviewed conference proceedings volume is planned.

The Annual Cluster Conference 2023 will bring together perspectives on spatial phenomena and the multiplicity of spatial arrangements in a cross- and interdisciplinary mode. We invite all contributions that address Reconfiguring African Studies through Spatialities through empirical and theoretical approaches. Possible topics for contributions are:

  • Politics, institutions and the ordering of space
  • Territory, conflicts and the governance of space
  • Entangled spaces
  • Geopolitics of Knowledge Production
  • Reconfigurations on the ontology of space
  • Multiple Spatialities of race, class and gender
  • Language spaces
  • Space and place in African philosophy
  • Spatial Epistemologies
  • Space, place and positionality in the knowledge
  • production on Africa
  • Spatialities, school and learning
  • Spatialities of arts
  • Radical spaces
  • Informational spaces
  • Digital spaces
  • Environmental spaces

Please submit your abstract (150 words for individual papers, 250 words for planned sessions including names of participants if already set) to africamultiple-calls@uni-bayreuth.de

DEADLINE: 28. FEBRUARY 2023

Postdoctoral Working Groups 2023/2024Hide

 CALL FOR PROPOSALS:
P
OSTDOCTORAL WORKING GROUPS 2023/24 

Expanding on the successful format established in previous years, the Bayreuth Academy of Advanced African Studies (BA) offers opportunities for postdoctoral academics based at the University of Bayreuth to establish international and interdisciplinary Working Groups. The Working Groups convene for one or two semesters and are designed to create space for the joint discussion of research results emerging from ongoing or starting projects. The Working Group program is particularly committed to promoting and connecting younger postdoctoral scholars. The next groups are planned for the summer semester 2023 and the winter semester 2023/24. 

As part of the Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence, the Bayreuth Academy solicits proposals referring to the Cluster’s theoretical framework, in particular to its core concepts of Multiplicity, Relationality and Reflexivity in Africa and its diasporas. We especially welcome postdoc Working Groups who refer to the annual theme of Spatialities (summer semester 2023). We welcome comparative perspectives involving Europe or other parts of the world that engage with questions of global entanglements and concomitant theoretical perspectives. Proposals for Working Groups that create synergies with one or more of the Cluster’s Research Sections are particularly encouraged. 

Detailed information about the Cluster’s general theme, its theoretical approaches, and the Research Sections can be found under the following link: https://www.africamultiple.uni-bayreuth.de/en/Research/ 

Information on previous Postdoc Working Groups, their composition, their topic and their activities are available at: https://www.bayreuth-academy.uni-bayreuth.de/en/postdoc-working-groups/index.html 

Proposals should feature interdisciplinary and self-reflexive encounters and preferably build bridges between African Studies and other research areas at the University of Bayreuth. 

The Working Groups will feature the following elements: 

  • regular meetings with presentations and discussions, extending over one semester (ca. three months) and to be attended by the conveners, fellows and guests, members of the Bayreuth Academy within the Cluster, as well as interested Cluster members; 
  • a guest programme, which allows the members of the Working Groups to invite international researchers - external and internal (short-term) guests - to Bayreuth to participate in their activities; 

  • accompanying events on the Working Group’s theme with a public impact (e.g., a conference, workshop, or outreach activities). 

We invite applications for themes, formats and facilitators for Working Groups from groups (consortia) of postdocs based at the University of Bayreuth in the summer of 2023 and the winter of 2023/24. Proposals should include plans for preparatory work before and a wrap-up phase after the semester featuring the main activities. Financial resources of up to 20,000 Euros are available for the invitation of visiting guests, the organization of workshops and public events connected to the Working Groups. 

The minimum number of conveners is three postdocs, who should come from different disciplines especially in African Studies but may also include scholars from disciplines not related to Africa. At least two conveners need to be based at the University of Bayreuth and funded by a position or a scholarship. The activities of the Working Groups should mainly take place in Bayreuth but may also be organized at partner institutions of the Cluster. They should result in some form of publication (edited volume, special issue of a journal, or a contribution to the University of Bayreuth African Studies Working Papers). 

If you intend to apply, please use the application template attached and/or available on the call site. The required information includes a summary of the proposed theme for the Working Group, details about the working formats and the planned internal as well as external events and activities. Applications also need to include the names of the guests to be invited and a statement giving the reasons why they are being suggested. Please also submit a CV for each convener. 

Applicants are strongly encouraged to consult with members of the Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence during the application process and, if selected, during the implementation phase. We also offer support in the identification of competent mentors from within the University of Bayreuth. 

For further information or questions, please contact the Research Coordinator of the Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence Robert Debusmann robert.debusmann@uni-bayreuth.de 

Please send your application by email to the head of the Bayreuth Academy and Vice Dean of Research of the Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence, Professor Dr. Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni. africamultiple-calls@uni-bayreuth.de 

The deadline for applications is January 31, 2023. 

BIGSAS-Scholarships for African Women Scholars based on the ContinentHide
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Call for Applications 

BIGSAS-Scholarships for African Women Scholars based on the Continent 

DAAD Graduate School Scholarship Programme 2023 

The Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies, BIGSAS, invites outstanding African women scholars based on the continent to join an international community of early career researchers working in the field of African Studies. BIGSAS provides a centre for creative and innovative doctoral training based on the inter- and multi-disciplinary research environment of the Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence at the University of Bayreuth. 

In 2023, BIGSAS is awarding two scholarships within the Graduate School Scholarship Programme (GSSP) provided by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). For these, BIGSAS will nominate candidates who have successfully passed the application procedure. The final selection on the scholarship will be made by the DAAD. The scholarship periods begin in October 2023 at the earliest (including a German language course starting in summer 2023, if applicable). The scholarships are awarded for a total scholarship period of up to four years. 

Applicants must have a very good Master’s or equivalent degree. The last Master’s or equivalent degree must have been obtained within the last six years at the time of nomination by BIGSAS. The application must be accompanied by two reports (letters of recommendation) from teaching faculty members at the home universities. Please use the DAAD template or make sure that the reports cover the points listed in the DAAD template (https://www2.daad.de/medien/deutschland/stipendien/formulare/recommendation.pdf). 

Applicants should not have been resident in Germany for more than fifteen months at the time of nomination. While applications may be submitted in German, English or French, do please note that the working language of BIGSAS is English. 

The application deadline is 15 December 2022. 

For more information on your application, please refer to: 

https://www.bigsas.uni-bayreuth.de/en/application/index.html 

and www.daad.de/go/en/stipa57034100 

Research Associate in the area of Artificial IntelligenceHide

The University of Bayreuth is a research-oriented university with internationally competitive and interdisciplinary profile fields in research and teaching. In the project "Network Embedding for Economic Questions" (KONECO) there is an immediate vacancy for a 

Research Associate in the area of Artificial Intelligence 

(Post-Doc / PhD Student) (TV-L, E-13, 100%) 

(The full-time position is limited to 3 years; with the possibility to do a PhD) 

Your responsibilities: 

Scientific participation in our KONECO project, including: 

  • Application of embedding methods to formulate models from highly dynamic, complex data. 
  • Assessing how local characteristics of individual actors affect decisions of neighboring actors 
  • Close interdisciplinary collaboration with a scientist from the field of economics 
  • Participation in the development of a programming library for R and/or Python, which is aimed at users with little knowledge of algorithms and offers appropriate assistance. 
  • Participation in the development of a seminar format in which subject-specific theories and ways of thinking are taught and sensitivity to the challenges of the interdisciplinary cognitive process is created 

Your profile: 

  • Successfully completed Master's degree in Computer Science or related disciplines. 
  • Desirable: Experience with Network Embedding, Neural Networks, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning 
  • Programming experience in Python / R / C++ 
  • Willingness to work in an interdisciplinary team 
  • Willingness to deal with economic issues and data 

What you can expect: 

  • Modern working conditions in a creative work environment 
  • Flexible working hours 
  • Company health management 
  • Constructive working atmosphere in a friendly, open-minded and international team 
  • Compatibility of family and career 

About the project "Network Embedding for Economic Issues - Consideration of Contextual Factors and Structural Conditions in a Dynamic Framework" (KONECO): 

The goal of the KONECO project is to reorient the way economic processes are viewed. A network-oriented interpretation of these processes allows on the one hand a much more intuitive understanding of the underlying processes and on the other hand grants a representative approach to evaluate the economic interactions in a profitable way. 

As a basic methodological approach embedding methods will be applied. They allow the formulation of models from highly dynamic, complex data, which can be used, for example, to predict phenomena. Such models are intended to make the influence and effect of certain properties at the actor level tangible. The ultimate goal is to assess the extent to which local properties of individual actors can affect decisions of neighboring actors. 

The project focuses on close interdisciplinary cooperation with a scientist from the field of economics. In order to consolidate the interdisciplinary knowledge process, a programming library for R and/or Python will be developed, which is aimed at users with little knowledge of algorithms and offers them appropriate assistance. In addition, a seminar format will be developed in which the respective subject-specific theories and ways of thinking will be conveyed, and which, based on this, will create a sensitivity for the challenges of the interdisciplinary cognitive process. 

Please apply online via our application portal Uni Bayreuth with relevant application documents until November 30th, 2022, indicating the password "KONECO". 

For further inquiries, please contact:
Prof. Dr. Mirco Schönfeld
e-mail: mirco.schoenfeld@uni-bayreuth.de,
phone: +49 (0) 921/55-4597 

The documents will be deleted after the position has been filled in accordance with data protection requirements. 

The University of Bayreuth values the diversity of its employees as an enrichment and is expressly committed to the goal of equal opportunities for men and women. Women are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants with children are very welcome. The University of Bayreuth is a member of the Best Practice Club "Familie in der Hochschule e.V.", and has successfully participated in the HRK audit "Internationalization of the University". Persons with severe disabilities will be given preferential consideration if they are equally qualified. 

Conference Call for Papers: Colonial Letters and the Contact of KnowledgesHide

Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Colonial Correspondences
Linguistics, History, Literature, Communication Studies, (Post) Colonial Studies, Sociology, Anthropology ...

Annual Conference of the Research Project
Colonial Letters and the Contact of Knowledges


11 -14 April 2023
University of Bayreuth (GW1)


This conference describes the instantiations of (colonial) contacts, conflicts, contestations and eventual coalescence, co-habitations and or hybridisations of 'knowledges' during colonialism that are embodied in, and transmitted through, letters written during British colonisation of Southern Cameroons (1916-1961) and beyond. Focus on other colonisations, especially in Africa, is welcome. Identity, power, religion, sociocultural norms, language, societal re-stratification, knowledge repertoires, etc. are lines of inquiry relevant to the conference.


Abstract submission and more information: www.colonial-letters.de (colonial.letters@uni-bayreuth.de)

Wissenschaftliche*r Mitarbeiter*in (m/w/d) | Research fellow (m/f/d)Hide
2022-humboldt

Exzellenzcluster „Contestations of the Liberal Script” (SCRIPTS)

Wissenschaftliche*r Mitarbeiter*in (m/w/d) mit vorauss. Vollzeit - E 13 TV-L HU (Drittmittelfinanzierung befristet bis 31.12.2025)

Der Exzellenzcluster „Contestations of the Liberal Script” (SCRIPTS) untersucht die gegenwärtigen Auseinandersetzungen um das Modell der liberalen Demokratie und Marktwirtschaft aus historischer, globaler und vergleichender Perspektive. Es verbindet die in Berlin vorhandene Expertise in den Sozialwissenschaften und Regionalstudien und arbeitet mit Forschungseinrichtungen in allen Weltregionen und Praxisinstitutionen aus Politik, Kultur und Gesellschaft zusammen (http://www.scripts-berlin.eu). Die Forschung des Clusters ist in vier Research Units (Rus) organisiert: Borders, Orders, (Re-) Allocation und Temporality. Die RU (Re-) Allocation untersucht Auseinandersetzungen um das liberale Skript im Hinblick auf die Verteilung von Ressourcen.

Aufgabengebiet:

  • Wiss. Dienstleistungen in der Forschung im Exzellenzcluster „Contestations of the Liberal Script“ (SCRIPTS), insb. Bearbeitung eines eigenen interdisziplinären Forschungsprojektes zum Themenbereich der RU (ein regionaler Fokus auf Afrika wäre wünschenswert)
  •  Entwicklung von Theorien und Konzepten zu Contestations of the Liberal Script auf Basis der systematischen Analyse der Projektergebnisse der RU (Re-) Allocation und der Zusammenarbeit mit Postdoktoranden der anderen RUs und des Theory Networks
  • Verbreitung wiss. Ergebnisse durch die Erstellung von Publikationen sowie die Teilnahme an Workshops und Konferenzen
  • inhaltliche Vorbereitung, Planung und Co-Leitung von regelmäßigen Meetings und Workshops der RU (Re-) Allocation
  • Mitarbeit am Fortsetzungsantrag des Clusters


Anforderungen

  • Abgeschlossenes wiss. Hochschulstudium und für den Cluster einschlägige Promotion im Bereich der Sozialwissenschaften, Geschichte oder Area Studies
  • Erwünscht sind, hervorragende Fachkenntnisse zum Forschungsgegenstand des Clusters, sehr gute theoretische und methodische Kenntnisse in den Sozialwissenschaften und/oder Regionalstudien mit Bezug zur RU (Re-) Allocation
  • sehr gute Englisch- und Französischkenntnisse
  • Forschungserfahrungen in Afrika oder einer anderen außereuropäischen Region sowie Erfahrungen in der Koordination wiss. Arbeitsgruppen sind von Vorteil.

Inhaltliche Rückfragen können an Prof. Dr. Andreas Eckert (andreas.eckert@hu-berlin.de) gerichtet werden

Bewerbungen (Anschreiben, Lebenslauf und relevanten Zeugnissen) richten Sie bitte innerhalb von 3 Wochen unter Angabe der Kennziffer DR/076/22 an die Humboldt- Universität zu Berlin, Cluster of Excellence „Contestations of the Liberal Script“ (SCRIPTS), Prof. Dr. Andreas Eckert, Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin oder bevorzugt per E-Mail in einer PDF-Datei an geschichte.afrikas.1@hu-berlin.de.

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Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences 
Department of Asian and African Studies

Research fellow (m/f/d) with full-time employment - E 13 TV-L HU (fixed-term basis, limited until December 31, 2025)

The Cluster of Excellence „Contestations of the Liberal Script” (SCRIPTS) analyzes the contemporary controversies about the liberal order from a historical, global and comparative perspective. It connects the academic expertise in the social sciences and area studies in Berlin, collaborates with research institutions in all world regions and maintains cooperative ties with major political, cultural and social institutions (http://www.scripts- berlin.eu). The Cluster’s research programme is structured around four Research Units (RUs): Borders, Orders, (Re-)Allocation and Temporality. The RU (Re-)Allocation investigates contestations of the liberal script with regard to the distribution of resources.

Job description:

  • Scientific services in research within the Cluster of Excellence “Contestations of the Liberal Script” (SCRIPTS), esp. exploring innovative research perspectives in the context of the RU (Re-)Allocation that bridge the gap between prevailing epistemological and empirical approaches in the social sciences and area studies
  • research on an individual research project within the thematic framework of the RU (a regional focus on Africa is desirable)
  • theorizing Contestations of the Liberal Script based on the systematic and comprehensive analysis of the RU (Re-)Allocation’s results and by collaborating with postdoctoral fellows of the other Research Units and of the Theory Network
  • disseminating research results through publications, workshops and conferences
  • preparing, planning and co-directing the RU (Re-)Allocation’s regular meetings and workshops
  • preparing material and reports for the renewal proposal of the Cluster

Requirements:

  • Completed university degree as well as PhD in social sciences, history and/or area studies relating to the RU (Re-)Allocation, very good English and French skills
  • research experience in Africa or in another non-European world region as well as experience with coordinating research groups is an asset

Questions can be directed to Prof. Dr. Andreas Eckert (andreas.eckert@asa.hu-berlin.de).

Please send your application (incl. curriculum vitae, list of publications, copy of doctoral diploma, research proposal for own research project in SCRIPTS (max. 3.000 words)), and quoting the reference number DR/076/22 to: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Cluster of Excellence “Contestations of the Liberal Script” (SCRIPTS), Prof. Dr. Andreas Eckert, Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin, Germany or preferably in electronic form in a single pdf file to geschichte.afrikas.1@hu-berlin.de.

The Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin is seeking to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching, and specifically encourages qualified female scholars to apply. Severely disabled applicants with equivalent qualifications will be given preferential consideration. People with an immigration background are specifically encouraged to apply. Since we will not return your documents, please submit copies in the application only.

Please visit our website www.hu-berlin.de/stellenangebote, which gives you access to the legally binding German version.

Data Curator (m/f/d) (TV-L, E-13, 100%)Hide

The University of Bayreuth is a research-oriented university with internationally competitive and interdisciplinary profile fields in research and teaching. In 2019, the „Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence (EXC 2052) has commenced operations with funding from the Excellence Strategy of Germany‘s federal and state governments. The aim of the Cluster is to reconfigure African studies at both the conceptual and the structural levels. For the establishment of new forms of interdisciplinary digital research there is an immediate vacancy for a

 Data Curator – WissKI (m/f/d) (TV-L, E-13, 100%)

The successful applicant will be hired until the end of December 2025. The position will be under the leadership of the Vice Dean of Digital Solutions in the Cluster of Excellence. The post holder´s main responsibility is research data management in the Cluster as a part of the Digital Research Environment (DRE). For the research data the graph-based management system WissKI is used. The work is in close cooperation with the Research Data Management Team of the University. The cluster has four partner universities in Africa and more privileged partners. The aim is to integrate their research data also into the Digital Research Environment.

 

Your Responsibilities:

  • Setup, support and improvement of a WissKI system as a central part of the DRE
  • Curating research data in close communication with researchers
  • Developing interdisciplinary data models
  • Making metadata structures of our system interchangeable with the systems at our partner universities
  • Visits to partner universities
  • Proactive participation in transferring research data into data management systems

 Your Profile:

  • Preferably a university master’s degree in Information Sciences or Digital Humanities
  • Programming skills and software development experience (e.g. Python, PHP)
  • Work experience or knowledge of metadata and databases (preferably graph databases)
  • Experience in project team work; good planning skills and a self-motivated, proactive attitude
  • Communication skills (presentation, negotiation, explanation)
  • Interpersonal/social skills and an open mind for working in an international environment
  • Excellent command of English

Additional Assets would be:

  •  Research experience or PhD in Computer Science, Digital Humanities
  • Text mining related skills, tag analysis
  • Experience or knowledge in either wikidata, WissKI or Drupal
  • Knowledge of data privacy, copy right law and exploitation right
  • Knowledge of thesauri and controlled vocabulary
  • German or French speaking ability

What you can expect:

  • Modern working conditions in a creative work environment
  • Flexible working hours
  • Company health management
  • Constructive working atmosphere in a friendly, open-minded and international team
  • Compatibility of family and career

The University of Bayreuth values the diversity of its employees as an enrichment and is expressly committed to the goal of equal opportunities for men and women. Women are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants with children are very welcome. The University of Bayreuth is a member of the Best Practice Club "Familie in der Hochschule e.V.", and has successfully participated in the HRK audit "Internationalization of the University". Persons with severe disabilities will be given preferential consideration if they are equally qualified.

Please apply online via our Bewerbungsportal Uni Bayreuth with relevant application documents indicating Password "WissKI".

For further inquiries, please contact:
Prof. Dr. Mirco Schönfeld, mirco.schoenfeld@uni-bayreuth.de,
Ph: +49 (0) 921/55-4597

The documents will be deleted after the position has been filled in accordance with data protection requirements.

Praktikum im Bayerischen AfrikabüroHide

Das Bayerische Afrikabüro mit Sitz in Addis Abeba sucht zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt einen Praktikanten (m/w/d) in Vollzeit.

  • Dauer: mindestens drei, maximal sechs Monate
  • Ort: aufgrund der Sicherheits-/Pandemielage am Standort Addis Abeba soll das Praktikum virtuell absolviert werden
  • Vergütung: eine Vergütung des Praktikums ist vorgesehen

Das Bayerische Afrikabüro untersteht der Bayerischen Staatskanzlei und fördert den Auf- und Ausbau langfristiger Partnerschaften zwischen afrikanischen und bayerischen Akteuren in den Bereichen der wirtschaftlichen, der wissenschaftlichen, der kulturellen und der entwicklungspolitischen Zusammenarbeit. Geographisch konzentriert sich die Arbeit des Büros vor allem auf die vier Schwerpunktregionen Bayerns in Afrika (Äthiopien, Senegal, Südafrika und Tunesien) sowie auf panafrikanische Initiativen unter Einbezug der Afrikanischen Union.

Ihre Aufgaben:

  • Unterstützung bei der Begleitung und Weiterentwicklung konkreter Kooperationsformate zwischen bayerischen und afrikanischen Akteuren
  • Unterstützung bei der Beobachtung, Recherche und Berichterstattung über politische und sozioökonomische Entwicklungen in Äthiopien, Senegal, Südafrika, Tunesien und auf Ebene der Afrikanischen Union
  • Unterstützung bei der Organisation von Veranstaltungen des Afrikabüros
  • Unterstützung bei der Konzeption und Vorbereitung von Delegationsreisen der Bayerischen Staatsregierung/des Bayerischen Landtags nach Afrika

Ihr Profil:

  • EU-Staatsbürger/in, vorzugsweise mit einem klaren Bezug zu Bayern
  • Student/in oder Absolvent/in (vorzugsweise bereits mit abgeschlossenem Bachelorstudium) mit (sehr) guten Leistungen und internationaler Ausrichtung
  • Sehr gute schriftliche und mündliche Ausdrucksfähigkeit in deutscher und englischer Sprache; Kenntnisse des Französischen, Arabischen oder Amharischen sind von Vorteil
  • Praktische Vorerfahrung in einem internationalen Berufskontext
  • Klar dargelegtes Interesse an der Zusammenarbeit mit dem afrikanischen Kontinent
  • Fähigkeit, selbstständig und flexibel in einem interkulturellen Team an mehreren Standorten zu arbeiten
  • Zuverlässigkeit, Diskretion und hohe Leistungsbereitschaft

Bitte richten Sie Ihre vollständige Bewerbung ̶ bestehend aus einem Anschreiben (max. 1 Seite), Lebenslauf (max. 2 Seiten) und unterstützenden Referenzen ̶ an bewerbung.addisabeba@internationaloffice.bayern. Alle Unterlagen sollten in einem einzigen PDF-Dokument zusammengeführt werden und die Größe von 3 MB nicht überschreiten. Bewerbungen werden fortlaufend nach ihrem Eingang entgegengenommen und geprüft.


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