The Faculty of Agricultural Sciences invites applications for the position of a
at the Institute of Landscape and Plant Ecology to be filled in the winter semester 2019/2020.
The successful candidate is expected to establish a competitive research program in plant ecology. He / She will study interactions of plants with their biotic and abiotic environment. Ecologically relevant mechanisms shall be investigated at the organismic level. Knowledge of state of the art statistical methods is expected and expertise in ecological process modeling would be advantageous.
Teaching of ecological aspects in English and German is expected in the Bachelor’s and Master’s programs of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences. At the beginning, the teaching load will comprise four contact hours per week and will increase to six contact hours per week after a successful interim evaluation.
The requirements for an appointment are a completed university degree, pedagogical suitability and a doctorate of outstanding quality.
The appointment will be a temporary civil service position for four years. After a positive interim evaluation, the employment relationship will be extended for another two years. After six years, the applicant may be appointed to a W3-position if the requirements described in the University’s quality assurance guidelines are met. The appointment to a W3-position may be done without any additional call for applications and through a simplified appointment process.
With equal qualifications, preference will be given to candidates with disabilities.
The University of Hohenheim seeks to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching and therefore strongly encourages female scientists to apply.
Please attach the following documents to your application: a statement of your future research interests, a curriculum vitae, transcripts of records and degree certificates, a list of publications, a list of third-party funded projects, a teaching record, information on teaching evaluations as well as three key publications.
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