Posted by Tish on 10/12 at 02:32 PM
The University of Innsbruck invites applications for the position of
University Professor of MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING at the Institute of
Mechatronics of the Faculty of Engineering Sciences.
The position will be based on a five years’ limited civil-law employment contract with the University.
Following the five-years’ term the University intends to extend the contract for an unlimited period of time provided that the responsible bodies agree and that the financial situation allows and if the evaluation in accordance with § 14 Section 7 UG is positive.
•Representing the subject of “Manufacturing Engineering” both in research and teaching with a main focus on “ Mechatronics”.
•Offering courses in Manufacturing Engineering, Computer Aided Design and Product Development as well as participating in the BA and MA programme “Mechatronics” and in the PhD programme of Engineering Sciences.
Eligibility requirements include a pertinent degree in higher education, a pertinent habilitation or equivalent qualification,
publications in leading international peer-reviewed journals, involvement in international research, experience abroad, practical
experience in Manufacturing Engineering.
The University of Innsbruck is committed to increasing the percentage of female employees, especially in leading positions and therefore
explicitly invites women to apply. In the case of equivalent qualifications, women will be given preference.
Applications must reach us at the latest by October 15, 2015 and should
The basic salary is set down in the collective bargaining agreement for university employees. Professors are in the remuneration group A 1. For the position the monthly salary is 4.782,40 Euro (14 x). Depending on qualification and experience a higher salary can be a topic in the negotiations with the rector. Beyond that the university offers attractive additional benefits (http://www.uibk.ac.at/universitaet/zusatzleistungen/).
The full, authoritative text in German (published in the official bulletin of the University of Innsbruck of September 2, 2015) as well
as additional information on the current status of the application process may be found at:
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Tilmann Märk
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