Bielefeld School of Public Health (Faculty of Health Sciences) at Bielefeld University / Germany announces an opening for a
Professorship (W3) in Public Health/ Nursing Science
to be filled at the earliest possible date.
As an interdisciplinary faculty, we attach great importance to cooperation across disciplinary borders within the School of Public Health, as well as within and beyond Bielefeld University.
The successful candidate for this full professorship will focus on nursing science in research and teaching (Bachelor’s and Master’s level, in German). Experience in areas attuned to the core scientific research of the faculty is preferable. In the long run, the successful candidate will also take over the affiliated position of Director of the Institute of Nursing Science (IPW).
Interested applicants must have a university degree and a professional focus on nursing science. Their extensive, public health-related research experience is well documented through relevant international scientific publications and through a capability to generate extramural funding for their research projects. A Habilitation, or habilitation-equivalent publications with significant references to public health, as well as extensive experience in academic teaching are expected. Experience in international research collaborations would be an advantage.
The teaching load consists of a total of nine (9) hours of class instruction per week in accordance with § 3 para. 1 no. 1 LVV. Requirements for appointment are regulated by § 36 Higher Education Act [HG]).
Qualified applications from handicapped or severely handicapped candidates are explicitly welcome.
Bielefeld University has received a number of awards for its achievements in the area of equal opportunity and has been acknowledged as a family-friendly university. The university welcomes applications from women. This is particularly true with regard to academic positions. Applications are handled according to the provisions of the State Equal Opportunity Statute.
Applications should be submitted with the usual materials (CV, list of publications with the ten most important highlighted, teaching record) and also include a two-page document detailing the candidate’s plans for research and teaching in written form as well as per electronic transfer (all in one pdf document) to the following address by September 15, 2018:
School of Public Health
- The Dean -
Prof. Dr. med. Oliver Razum
P.O. 10 01 31
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