Successful candidates will have adoctorate (PhD, SJD, or equivalent) in Law or a related discipline,such as Political Science complete or close tocompletion.
An excellent researchand publication record, as well as proven teaching experience,preferably at the graduate level.
Thesuccessful candidate will be able to teach one or more of thefollowing subjects : Introduction to Human Rights, PublicInternational Law, Human Rights and Islamic Law, Human Rights inthe Arab World, Critical Approaches to Human Rights, CriticalApproaches to International Law, and Comparative ConstitutionalLaw.
Priority will be given to candidate whocan teach two or more of these subjects.
Anexperience working with human rights organizations is an advantage.
While English isrecognized as a language of learning and research in the DI, thecandidate must have the ability to teach in Arabic.
The successful candidate will be expected to engage inindividual and collaborative research projects in human rights,working closely with colleagues across differentdisciplines.
The candidate will be expected tofully participate in the academic life of the DI.