Recrutement de coordinateur - coordinatrice

L'Association Européenne de Sociologie (ESA - European Sociological Association) recherche un(e) coordinateur(trice) à temps complet à partir d'octobre 2016. 

Toutes les informations concernant le poste sont disponibles ci-dessous.

Date limite de dépot de candidature: 15 mai 2016.

ESA Executive Coordinator

The European Sociological Association (ESA) is seeking to appoint a full-time permanent Executive Coordinator from 1st October 2016 based at the ESA Headquarter in Paris.

The European Sociological Association (ESA) is a non-profit organization registered under the French law. ESA aims to facilitate sociological research, teaching and communication on European issues, and to give sociology a voice in European affairs. ESA is an academic Europe-wide association of sociologists made up of over 2000 members.

We are seeking an innovative and dedicated early or mid career sociologist (PhD and/or MA degree) who will work in close collaboration with the President, headquarter staff (Executive administrator, editorial assistant) and the Executive Committee of ESA. The Executive Coordinator will work hand in hand with the Executive Administrator on ongoing operations, such as communications, budget and networking. She or he will mainly be in charge of managing ESA conference operations including our conference software system (abstract submission coordination, session planning etc.), will gradually take over the editorship of the ESA member forum ‘European Sociologist’, be involved infurther ESA journals and develop an expert database for media communication in Paris. The post requires excellent communication and organizational skills.Having experiences on how the discipline operates (conferences, publications, the field of international and national sociologies) will be very helpful. Software skills would be advantageous.The working language of the ESA is English. The position will be introduced, designed and further developed in strong cooperation with ESA representatives and colleagues. Salary according to education and experience.

Please submit your inquiries and application not later than on Sunday 15th May 2016(interviews will take place in early June 2016) electronically and in confidence to:
Prof. Frank Welz, President, European Sociological Association,
esa@europeansociology.org.