Employment opportunities at CEU

  • Central European University (CEU) is seeking talented and highly motivated candidates for the position of Data and System Specialist. This is a new position at CEU and it is intended to play a key role in assisting and developing original research based on large-scale datasets and computational methods.

  • Central European University (CEU) seeks two academic technologists to work collaboratively to support online learning, instructional design, and collaborative technologies at a highly regarded international graduate institution. This is an exciting opportunity to promote and support academic technologies for teaching, learning and research. Both positions will work with faculty, staff and students to support design and development of new and existing blended or online course offerings utilizing appropriate e-learning tools, course management systems, and distance learning technologies.
    We envision that one position will focus more heavily on instructional design and online content development and the other on collaborative technologies and distance learning, although there will be distinct synergy between the two. Both positions require strong technical background as well as knowledge and experience with e-learning tools, instructional design, and online pedagogy. The successful applicants will work with other campus partners to promote and evaluate effective technologies, as well as strategies and best practices for e-learning.

  • The Information Technology Unit at Central European University invites applications for an entry level Analyst/Developer to staff its major student information system development team. This is a great opportunity for talented professionals to join an international organization that is currently undergoing major transformation.

  • CEU seeks a full-time Research and Records Manager to join its Development Office in Budapest, Hungary. The incumbent will be responsible for managing prospect research and ensuring the integrity of donor records as well as overall data systems management for the Development office.

  • The Department of Cognitive Science at Central European University announces the opening of one post-doctoral position at the Cognitive Development Center (CDC).
    The research is funded by a European Research Council. The application is continuous and the position is open from December 2017 until it is filled for one year with a possibility of extension for another year.

  • The Student Records Office at Central European University invites applications for a FIR (FIR: Felsőoktatási Információs Rendszer) assistant position. The Student Records Office (SRO) provides a wide array of services related to the academic aspects of studying at CEU. The Office is responsible for overseeing enrollment and course registration, the preparation of diplomas, as well as keeping students’ academic records. It also monitors the submission of grades and administers the conferring of various academic achievement awards. Furthermore, it coordinates the Apostille procedure, provides assistance regarding course registration procedures, degree verification, and manages the functions of the University Information System related to academic matters. The office is also responsible for reporting to the Hungarian Higher Education Information System (FIR: Felsőoktatási Információs Rendszer).

  • Oct 24, 2017

    The Romani Studies Program (RSP) of the Central European University (CEU) invites applications for two Junior Visiting Researchers in Romani Studies as part of the Roma in European Societies (RES) initiative. The positions are for one year. The two Junior Researchers will work closely with CEU Chair of Romani Studies.
    CEU’s Roma in European Societies is a collaborative initiative supporting efforts to improve the situation of Roma in all sectors at the local, national, and regional levels through teaching, course development, research, leadership development, and community outreach. RES is funded by the Velux Foundations, Roma Education Fund and the OSF Roma Initiatives Office.
    The Junior Visiting Researchers will be contribute to RES activities by carrying out their own research projects. The research projects would preferably focus on the following topics: Antigypsyism, Economic and Other Forms of Oppression of Roma, Representation of Roma in Media, Social and Political Mobilization of Roma, and Roma Representation and Leadership. Other activities might include organizing seminars, conferences, debates and other events or tasks assigned by the Chair of Romani Studies. The Junior Visiting Researchers will be based at the CEU RSP premises in Budapest, Hungary.

  • Oct 24, 2017

    The Romani Studies Program of the Central European University (CEU) invites applications for two Postdoctoral Fellows in Romani Studies as part of the Roma in European Societies (RES) initiative. The fellowships are for one year.
    CEU’s Roma in European Societies is a collaborative initiative supporting efforts to improve the situation of Roma in all sectors at the local, national, and regional levels through teaching, course development and research, leadership development, and community outreach. RES is funded by the Velux Foundations, Roma Education Fund and the OSF Roma Initiatives Office.
    The Postdoctoral Fellows will pursue research in the area of social studies. The research is expected to be published and represent a significant contribution to the knowledge production on Roma. The following topics will be preferred: Antigypsyism, Economic and Other Forms of Oppression of Roma, Representation of Roma in Media, Social and Political Mobilization of Roma, and Roma Representation and Leadership. Preferably, the fellows will be based at CEU RSP premises in Budapest. In case a selected applicant does not wish to relocate to Budapest, he/she will need external supervision from a qualified scholar in their field of research, affiliated with a university or research center. The fellow will need to submit a written agreement from a scholar regarding the supervision of its work as part of the application package.
    The Postdoctoral Fellows are expected to report regularly on their progress to CEU Chair of Romani Studies.

  • Oct 27, 2017

    The Department of Legal Studies at Central European University, Budapest announces a search for a full time Department Assistant position.
    More information about the Department of Legal Studies is available at http://legal.ceu.edu/ .