Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt is committed to increasing the number of women in high-level positions.
Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt is pleased to announce the following open position at the Department of Operations, Energy, and Environmental Management, Faculty of Management and Economics, in compliance with the provisions of § 98 Austrian Universities Act (permanent) or § 99 Austrian Universities Act (limited to 5 years):
Full Professor of Production Management
This is a full-time contract. Whether the position will be implemented in compliance with the provisions of § 98 Austrian Universities Act (permanent) or § 99 Austrian Universities Act (limited to 5 years) will be decided in course of the appointment procedure.
With approximately 10,000 students, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt (AAU) is a young, vibrant and innovative university, located at the intersection of Alpine and Mediterranean culture in an area that offers exceptionally high quality of life. As public university pursuant to § 6 of the Universities Act, the AAU receives federal funding. The university operates under the motto “Beyond Boundaries!”. The QS Top 50 Under 50 Ranking rates it among the 150 best young universities worldwide.
In accordance with its key strategic road map, the Development Plan, the university’s primary guiding principles and objectives include the pursuit of scientific excellence in relation to the appointment of professors, favourable research conditions, a good faculty-student ratio, and the promotion of the development of young scientists.
Duties and Responsibilities of the Professorship
- to represent the field of Production and Logistics Management in research and teaching
- to develop a clear research profile, focusing on the areas of Production and Logistics Management and considering, among others, questions related to environmental management
- to represent the field of Production and Logistics Management in its full breadth in the Bachelor and Master degree programmes (also in English language) and to actively contribute to the doctoral degree programme and to the thematic doctoral programmes offered by the faculty
- to promote and train young academics
- to acquire, implement and manage competitive third party funded projects
- to participate in the internationalisation of the faculty
- to participate within the scope of the university’s interdisciplinary research fields
- to participate in university management
- relevant habilitation or verified equivalent scientific qualification
- doctorate or PhD
- focus of work in the area of Production and Logistics Management
- outstanding scientific track record, proven particularly by means of publications in highly ranked scientific journals
- documented university teaching experience in the field of Production and Logistics Management and relevant didactic skills
- leadership and management skills, social skills as well as the ability to work well in a team
Additional Desired Qualifications
- experience in national, international and interdisciplinary cooperation arrangements in the fields of research and/or teaching
- experience of acquiring, implementing and managing competitive third party funded projects
- teaching experience in English language
- relevant work experience in the corporate sector
- gender mainstreaming and diversity management skills
- good oral and written command of German and English
The remit of the professorship requires that the future professor shall establish Klagenfurt as her/his primary place of work.
The university is committed to increasing the number of women among the academic staff, particularly in high-level positions, and therefore specifically invites applications from qualified women. Among equally qualified candidates, women will receive preferential consideration.
People with disabilities or chronic diseases who meet the required criteria are explicitly invited to apply.
The salary is subject to negotiation. The minimum gross salary for a position at this level (salary group A1 for University Staff according to the Austrian Universities’ Collective Bargaining Agreement) is currently € 70.100,– per year.
Please submit your application by e-mail, consisting of a mandatory principal part not exceeding five pages (for more detailed information please refer to www.aau.at/jobs), a comprehensive list of publications and lectures and of all courses taught in the last five years, as well as any supplementary documents where applicable (e.g. course evaluations) to Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Office of the Senate, for the attention of Ms. Sabine Tomicich (sabine.tomicich [at] aau.at) till 20 January 2019 at the latest. In order to be able to clearly assign publications in this context, it is necessary to provide a Persistent Identifier (ORCID or Researcher ID) and a Google Scholar profile.
Submission of the mandatory principal part mentioned above constitutes a necessary condition for the validity of your application. For general information about the selection and appointment procedure, please refer to the Information Leaflet for Applicants provided at www.aau.at/jobs/information. For specific information about the position, please contact the chairperson of the selection committee, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Nina Hampl (nina.hampl [at] aau.at).
By submitting your application, you indicate your consent to co-operate with a personnel consultancy within the framework of the selection procedure.
We regret that the university cannot reimburse applicants’ travel and lodging expenses incurred as part of the selection and/or hiring procedure.
Translations into other languages shall serve informational purposes only. Solely the version advertised in the University Bulletin (Mitteilungsblatt) shall be legally binding.
Source: AAU TEWI