OPEN HIRING PROCEDURE regarding one position as an academic – Head of the Department of European Law.

OPEN HIRING PROCEDURE regarding one position as an academic – Head of the Department of European Law.


  • Completed university master´s degree in law; scholarly degree (CSc., Dr., Ph.D.);
  • Granted associate professorship or full professorship in European law is an advantage; 
  • At least 7 years of practice in the area of European law; 
  • Teaching and research activities in European law; 
  • Proficiency in the English language and at least in one of the following European Union languages: French, German, Italian, or Spanish;
  • Non-existence of a work-load at another university exceeding 8 hours a week; alternatively, the termination of such work-load in the case of success in the hiring procedure; 
  • The list of publications where 5 most significant scholarly publications will be highlighted including information on citation index; substantiated citation index and publications in international journals with impact factor is an advantage; 
  • Active participation in Czech or international conferences; 
  • Experience in drafting grant projects, obtaining grant project funding and investigating such projects is an advantage;
  • Membership in Czech and international organisations significant in the given field is an advantage. 

Expected commencement of employment: October 2024

Applicants are to submit:

  • An application for the position (in the form of a letter or a motivation letter);
  • Professional curriculum vitae;
  • Documents proving their completed university education and granted scholarly degrees (to be submitted only if the education was completed at a university other than Charles University and scholarly degrees were granted by a university other than Charles University);
  • An outline of their teaching experience and scholarly research;
  • A project of teaching subjects for which the Department of European Law has been responsible (obligatory, elective and optional subjects) within the implemented study programmes, focussing on the master´s programme in Law and Jurisprudence (
  • A design of the management and development of the Department of European Law with a special focus on human resources development, research activities and  international cooperation; 
  • Response to the mode of fulfilment of objectives stated in the Strategic Plan of the Law Faculty for 2021-2025 (

Applications along with all attachments are to be delivered by 8 March 2024 to the Personnel Department to email                             

Prof. JUDr. Radim Boháč, Ph.D.