The College of Humanities & Social Sciences was established in 1996. It consists of 6 departments: history of science and technology, sociology, tourism management, law, cultural management, and arts. It offers 5 bachelor programs (sociology, law, tourism management, cultural management, and performance), 5 master programs (history of science and technology, sociology, social work, economic law, special history, and agricultural extension), and one PhD program (history of science and technology). Total enrolment stands at around 1,000. It currently has a faculty of over 60, including 25 professors and associate professors.
It is home to the Institute for Chinese Agricultural Civilization as well as four research centers, namely, the Center for Rural Development, Center for Rural Tourism Development, Center for the Arts and Literature, and Center for Agricultural Law. It also runs the quarterly journal “Agricultural History of China”.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is recruiting candidates to fill vacancies in Tourism management, Law and Piano
Responsibilities and Requirements:
Lecturing key subjects in the university during the period of employment.
Conducting research in areas of specialty.
A consecutive 5-year first employment contract signed.
A PhD degree in related fields required, except for those applying for the musicology and drama performance positions.
Professorship required of applicants to fill the position of economic law, and preferably under the age of 45.
Work experience in professional troupe required of applicants for the position of drama performance.
For applicants holding a professorship of law under the age of 45, no requirement is applied on his/her institution of graduation.
For applicants to fill the “piano” vacancy, a master’s degree from an arts institution is acceptable.
Compensation and Benefits:
A salary of 80,000 RMB per year (housing fund and allowance included) will be offered to PhD degree holders to fill lecturer positions. Salary for associate and full professors is negotiable.
PhD degree holders will be provided with an apartment.
A monthly rental allowance of 1,500 RMB will be offered, before the apartment is available for occupancy.
A monthly rental allowance of 2,000 RMB will be offered to PhD degree holders from world-renowned universities and research institutes overseas or awardees of “Dissertations of National Excellence” in China.
How to apply: Please email your application to Tingting Liu at firstname.lastname@example.org directly by clicking Apply below.
Applicants should clearly state the specific position you apply for, submit a softcopy of updated CV and provide supporting materials about academic achievements.
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