Working at the Faculty
The Faculty of Social & Behavioural Sciences employs around 850 people. In a wide range of academic and support positions, these employees work together to facilitate the high-quality education and research the faculty is known for. Working in this faculty means being part of a professional, results-oriented organisation with an informal working environment and scope for personal development. Utrecht University also offers excellent terms of employment.
We are looking for a bright and inspiring postdoctoral researcher in the interdisciplinary field of circular and inclusive society.
Apply now and become part of a project which aims to unravel novel genetic adaptation mechanisms.
Utrecht University is looking for a Professor for Public Economics/Wellbeing Policy. Are you interested? Then please read the full profile and apply.
Utrecht University's Faculty of Humanities is looking to hire 3 Assistant Professors in the Ethics Institute. Interested? Please read the full profile and apply
Would you like to show people what Utrecht University in all of its aspects is really about, by making (video) content for our social media platforms?
We are looking for an enthusiastic, independent and creative Project Manager to strengthen our team.
A Junior Assistant Professor position to contribute to cutting-edge research in the field of environmental change and ecosystems.
An exciting opportunity to work on polar climate with a fully coupled global climate model.
Advance our understanding of the Antarctic ice sheet, using models and satellite data.
Would you like to teach, among others, introductory courses on urban and regional planning in the Netherlands as well as planning studios?
Would you like to contribute to our mission? And do you have expertise in the field of International Marketing? Then you may be the person we're looking for!
The Faculty of Humanities is looking for a PHD candidate 'A historical lens on family firms and gender equality in the Netherlands, 1900-2020'. Interested?
PhD position on 'The historical development of gender occupational segmentation and stereotyping of medical specializations, 1950-2020' (1.0 FTE)
We offer a PhD position in which you research occupational stereotypes in the medical profession in the Netherlands during 1950-2020. Interested? Apply now!
Do you have strong research experience in the field of climate change, climate politics and justice?
Be involved in computational structural biology and data management at the Utrecht NMR Spectroscopy group.
The Student Information Desk at the Utrecht University School of Economics (U.S.E.) is looking to strengthen its team.
Unravel how the fungal network architecture is regulated and discover how it impacts nutrient transport and mushroom production in the white button mushroom.
Join our active homotopy community and help advance our understandig of homotopy theory and higher algebra.
The Faculty of Humanities is looking for 3 fulltime Assistant Professors in Comparative Literature. Are you interested? Then please read the profile and apply!
Are you a motivated and committed researcher who enjoys teaching and is excited to contribute to the interdisciplinary cooperation within our faculty?
Focus on understanding the structure, organization, biogenesis, and function of biological membranes at a molecular level and explore potential applications.
The Faculty of Humanities is looking for a Assistant Professor in Architectural History. Are you interested? Then please read the full profile and apply.
Join our team and contribute to research-led postgraduate courses in the MA Culture, the RMA History and the RMA History & Philosophy of Science.
Devise new, scalable solutions to build energy efficient software, with an emphasis on assisting non-specialist software developers.
We are looking for a highly-motivated candidate to fill a PhD position on the impact of microbial treatment on the weathering behaviour of rocks.
We are looking for a locum cover between June and December 2021.
We are looking for an anaesthesia specialist, interested in anaesthesiology and intensive care of companion animals and horses and related clinical teaching.