For NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies (NIOD), the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences is seeking an internationally recognised and authoritative humanities and social sciences scholar who takes a wide-ranging approach to science and scholarship and who has an extensive network within and outside the scientific community, a keen eye for diversity and inclusiveness in the broadest sense, and excellent management capabilities.
You will develop a distinct approach to the profile and future development of NIOD as a dynamic, internationally authoritative institute for research, collections and services with added value for the Netherlands.
You will take an innovative approach to the relationship between research and collection, particularly with regard to digitalisation and digital research applications.
You will position the institute with bodies that fund research (including the EU and NWO), knowledge institutions, NGOs, government institutions and the business community, and by doing so create new partnerships.
You will be the standard bearer and point of contact in public debate and the media, highlighting the relevance of NIOD's research for current societal themes.