For over ten years, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences in the Lower Rhine region of Germany has provided an innovative, interdisciplinary and international education to young minds from around the world. We offer a total of 36 undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes in four multidisciplinary faculties: Technology and Bionics, Life Sciences, Society and Economics, and Communication and Environment. Our scientifically-oriented degree programmes combine an applied academic approach with a broad international scope into a high-quality education that emphasises teaching and research with real-world relevance. 75% of our degree programmes are taught in English as well. Over 7,300 students from 122 different countries are currently pursuing their degree in our uniquely international and intercultural campus community. International collaboration is a strength of ours, seen and felt in our network of over 90 partner universities in 38 countries. Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences is not only connected to the larger world, but also deeply rooted in its Dutch-German EUREGIO home as well.
The Faculty of Life Sciences focuses on natural science competences. The diversity of subjects includes areas such as biotechnology, nutrition, health, agriculture, food, sustainability, quality management and the environment and of-fers an interdisciplinary platform for a first professional qualification after the Bachelor's degree as well as research-oriented training in the Master's area. Our modern facilities create excellent conditions for students, teachers and researchers. The faculty builds on the successful cooperation among colleagues, which is characterised by mutual respect, openness and good scientific practice
We are currently seeking a qualified expert to support these goals in the faculty of Life Sciences in Kleve from 01.03.2022 at the earliest in the following capacity:
WHY WE NEED YOU
WHAT YOU OFFER US
Diverse, international and interdisciplinary work environment | flat hierarchies | family-friendly policies | exciting responsibilities | communication and
exchanges at eye level | a rewarding job | a culture of mutual aid among colleagues | dynamic community | opportunities for personal development |
responsibility and creative freedom | the opportunity to help shape the future of our academic culture
General requirements for the appointment of new professors are derived from § 36 of the Higher Education Act of North Rhine-Westphalia (Hochschulgesetz NRW). The following qualifications are therefore mandatory for all applicants to this position:
Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences supports the professional development of women. Qualified women are expressly encouraged to apply. For positions in employee groups where women are underrepresented, in the event of equal suitability, aptitude and professional experience among applicants, women will be given preferential consideration over men, provided there are no compelling grounds for the hiring of a specific male applicant.
In the event of equal suitability, preferential consideration will also be given to suitable applicants with a severe disability or those recognised as such by virtue of § 2 (3), Volume IX of the German Social Security Code (SGB).
An appointment to this position under German private law is also possible.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO RECEIVING YOUR APPLICATION BY NO LATER THAN 07.11.2021