Supported by the Philipp Schwartz Initiative, we have launched the #ResearchersAtRisk campaign: With free job postings for the institution and a special highlighting of job offers for the ones who are looking for a new opportunity in German speaking countries, we specifically target scientists and researchers who find themselves in unstable conditions.
The #ResearchersAtRisk campaign addresses scientists and researchers in exile who are considered "at risk" due to their precarious living and working situation in their country of origin. The aim of this campaign is to make it easier for them to find employment in German-speaking countries. We are supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation's Philipp Schwartz Initiative for Researchers at Risk.
Vacancies that could be of interest to this target group will be tagged and marked with the keyword #ResearchersAtRisk on our international job market academics.com and will be shown separately in a list of results. All offers appearing as part of the campaign are thus easy to find and clearly identifiable for searchers.
For participating institutions, the corresponding job offer is free of charge.
If you would like to place a job offer for #ResearchersAtRisk, please write to email@example.com or contact your consultant from the section Universities & Research.
Job opportunities of the campaign #ResearchersAtRisk can be found here.
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This campaign is supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation's Philipp Schwartz Initiative for Researchers at Risk.
For those affected by the war in #Ukraine, please check this page for potential helpful information.
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