Tenure-Track Assistant Professor (RTDB) for ERC Starting Grantees (StG) with UNITUS as Host Institution
University of Tuscia (UNITUS) aims at creating a favorable environment and an appropriate socio-ecosystem for world-class academics. To provide outstanding researchers with both short- and long-term perspectives, UNITUS offers the possibility of Tenure-Track Assistant Professor (RTDB – Ricercatore a tempo determinato B) to successful Starting Grantees of the European Research Council (ERC) (for candidates 2-7 years after their Ph.D.) with UNITUS as Host Institution, to be converted into an Associate Professor after three years, following favorable evaluations from the Department and the University Recruitment Committee, and the award of the National Habilitation as Associate Professor from a National Evaluation Committee.
If you were awarded for a Starting Grant (StG) to the ERC and are interested in joining UNITUS’s research community, you can apply to the call available here.
If you have submitted a proposal for a Starting Grant (StG) to the ERC (Call ERC-2020-StG) and are interested in joining UNITUS’s research community, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to get support throughout the process as soon as possible.
If you have not submitted a proposal for a Starting Grant (StG) to the ERC and are interested in submitting to the Call ERC-2021-StG with UNITUS as a Host Institution, please contact us at email@example.com in order to get support throughout the process as soon as possible.
Tenure-Track Assistant Professors (RTDB) are recruited with non-renewable three-year contracts, full-time only, with the possibility of transferring to associate professor (Article 24 paragraph 5), after the positive evaluation of the activities carried out.
If you intend to apply with UNITUS as Host Institution for an ERC Starting Grant, we can provide assistance for the preparation of your ERC grant proposal.
Principal Investigators have the right to require the transfer of their research project to a new beneficiary, as long as the research objectives of the project are preserved. Grant portability empowers researchers and gives them freedom to bring their research and research team with them.