Deadline date: Noon GMT on Thursday 10 May 2018

The research project “Cultural Expertise in Europe: What is it useful for?” (EURO-EXPERT) is looking for Data Collectors in the field of cultural expertise in judicial and pre- judicial proceedings. This project develops around a new integrated concept of cultural expertise and is empirically investigating its use and impact in several European countries. The Data Collector(s) will work independently to collect data concerning the use and impact of cultural expertise in one or more of the 14 countries. The role is suitable for a recent graduate in any discipline of the humanities and social sciences with demonstrated fieldwork experience in socio-legal studies. Data-collectors will have the opportunity of receiving specialised training and international exposure.

Duties and responsibilities of the Data Collector are:

  • Planning country specific quantitative data-collection in conformity with the general project design and in collaboration with EURO-EXPERT team.

  • Collecting a representative sample of court and out of court cases including considerations and arguments that are broadly perceived as connected with notions of culture (i.e. expert witnessing and country expertise, cultural mediation, translation, ADR).

  • Collecting a representative sample of decisions including considerations and arguments that are broadly perceived as connected with notions of culture.

  • Administering a representative sample of questionnaires to various members of the legal profession and to the parties of in court and out of court cases including considerations and arguments that are broadly perceived as connected with notions of culture.

How to Apply

​Further particulars can be found here. The application package containing the following (to be uploaded as one file):

  • A brief description of why the candidate considers her/himself the most suitable for the assignment; and

  • Personal CV indicating all past experience from similar projects and specifying the relevant assignment period (from/to)

  • Email and telephone contacts of at least (two or three) professional references.

Note: The above documents need to be scanned into one file and emailed to personnel@csls.ox.ac.uk by the closing date (midday on Thursday 10 May 2018).

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