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W2-Professorship, Head of research unit (m/f/d)
The IOW invites applications for a
W2-Professorship as head of the research unit “Marine Observations”
at the earliest possible date (within budget considerations).
The IOW is member of the Science Association Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (WGL). It comprises four scientific sections: Physical Oceanography and Instrumentation, Marine Chemistry, Marine Geology and Biological Oceanography. The institute is obliged to marine basic research with a focus on coastal and shelf seas such as the Baltic Sea. IOW is responsible for the German territorial duty of the Environmental Observations in Baltic Sea within the frame work of the HELCOM.
The position encompasses also a
W2-Professorship for “Marine Observations”
at the University of Rostock. Teaching obligations amount to 4 hours per week during the 2 semesters. The selection scheme is jointly organised with the University of Rostock.
We seek for a scientist of international reputation with excellent performance in the area of observational oceanography or limnology. The successful candidate will - in collaboration with other IOW scientists - coordinate the research unit “Marine Observations” and will give substantial impulses for the understanding of land – ocean interaction. Applications from Physical, Biological and Chemical Oceanographers and Limnologists as well as from Marine Instrumentation are welcome. We expect profound expertise in the areas of in-situ measurements, remote sensing or analysis of big data sets. Experience with autonomous observational systems is welcome as well. We expect further a specific interest in investigations in coastal seas with focus on shallow coastal regions. The successful candidate will actively further develop the research profile of the IOW and the department “Maritime Systems” of the University of Rostock.
For information please contact:
Prof. Dr. Hans Burchard, chair of appointments committee
The requirements for appointment are determined in accordance with § 58 para. 1 of the Higher Education Act of the State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (LHG M-V): completed university studies, doctorate, experience in teaching, habilitation or comparable scientific achievements, usually in the context of a junior professorship.
The appointment is made according to the Berlin Model. In accordance with § 61 LHG M-V, the professorship will be filled by a lifetime civil servant or, if necessary, by a temporary civil servant for a period of 5 years. It is also possible to fill the position as a regular state employee. The position holder will carry out his/her scientific work at the IOW.
The teaching duties are regulated in the cooperation agreement between IOW and the University of Rostock.
Likewise, active engagement and experience in obtaining external funding is expected. Teaching experience in the areas of technical chemistry and catalysis are desired.
Special skills and achievements in teaching as well as in scientific organization and academic self-administration will be considered. For this purpose, results in teaching, ideas for future teaching including didactic design of courses are to be presented and experience in scientific management is to be described.
Active engagement and experience in the acquisition of third-party funds are expected. The University of Rostock is committed to its university management guidelines.
Equal opportunities are part of our personnel policy. Therefore, the advertisement is addressed to all persons regardless of their gender. Severely disabled applicants will be given special consideration in case of equal aptitude, ability and qualification.
The University of Rostock aims to increase the proportion of women among academic staff and therefore strongly encourages qualified women to apply with reference to Section 7 (3) of the Equal Opportunities Act of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Women will be given priority in the case of essentially equivalent qualifications, unless reasons relating to the person of the co-applicant prevail.
Applications with the usual documents (tabular curriculum vitae, description of scientific and professional career, list of publications, list of previous teaching activities, additional qualifications in higher education didactics (habilitation) and previous third-party funding as well as description of future research intentions) should be sent by 20.09.2022 to the Universität Rostock, Dekan der Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät, Wismarsche Straße 45, 18051 Rostock or by e-mail to dekan.mnf(at)uni-rostock.de (please in a single PDF file of max. 5 MB).
The protection of your personal data is very important to us. Therefore, the data collected during the application process will be collected, processed and used in accordance with the relevant data protection regulations.
Unfortunately, application costs cannot be covered by the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. We ask that applications only be submitted as copies, as these will not be returned once the process has been completed.
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