The NSvP Fellowship offers scholars from Dutch universities and research institutes the opportunity to work on a topic related to labor markets in the future. The fellowship is a collaboration between NIAS and NSvP (Nederlandse Stichting voor Psychotechniek).
About the NSvP Fellowship
During the NSvP Fellowship, researchers can focus on their research and explore the future of labor markets and the concept of ‘valuable work’.
Aim of the fellowship is to produce innovative insights, increase the body of knowledge and to encourage the development of scientific solutions for practical issues. The Fellow can work towards the following goals:
- Write a paper describing new insights
- Contribute to debates in the field and the public agenda
- Link scientific research to the questions and needs of practitioners
- At the end of the research period, the fellow writes a white paper (in Dutch), which will be published and distributed by the NSvP.
The inspiring international environment at NIAS offers researchers an opportunity to work within an interdisciplinary community of scholars.
Who can apply
The NIAS-NSvP fellowship is open to researchers with more than 10 years postdoctoral experience (senior) who currently have a temporary or permanent contract at a Dutch university and/or research institute. The fellow has an interdisciplinary approach to the subject and affinity with a psychological / organization-oriented approach.
See here for more information about the applicant’s profile (in Dutch).
- There is one NIAS-NSvP fellowship per year for 5 months from 1st February – 30th June
- Fellows are provided with an office with research facilities in the main building and, if eligible, subsidized accommodation. Fellows can apply for a replacement teaching fund to cover their contractual obligations for teaching.
- See here for more information about practical and financial matters.
How to apply
To apply, candidates must submit a fully completed NSvP Fellowship application form online, which will be available on this page on 15 January. Applications can be submitted between 15 January and 15 April.
NIAS is responsible for registering and processing of all applications. The board of the NSvP and directorate of NIAS jointly select the best candidate. Applications are evaluated on the basis of a) scientific quality and originality of the project proposal; b) significance of the project proposal for the field of ‘the future of the labor market and valuable work’; c) the candidate’s academic achievements. Selection interviews will be held between the end of April and the end of May. Candidates will be informed of the outcome by the end of July.
About the NSvP
The NSvP is an independent foundation and capital fund that focusses on the field of people and work. Their central research question is what will the labor market of tomorrow look like and how can we develop the talent and skills of young people and workers? The foundation is committed to an inclusive labor market that provides valuable work for everyone. An annual event is organized by the foundation with a challenge which promotes the development of new initiatives, agenda-setting, knowledge sharing and the development of vision and development by means of an interactive platform. See also www.innovatiefinwerk.nl.