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we are hiring: Professor in Organic Environmental Geochemistry

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lucie tajcmanova
Wed, Mar 31, 2021 11:05 AM

Dear All,

we are searching for a new colleague:

full professorship in Organic Environmental Geochemistry (f/m/d) ,
Heidelberg University Germany

(W3 professorship in the German salary scale for scholars)

see the full description below.

i just add my insights as a non-german having the same position at our
institute: i teach in english (both Bsc, Mcs levels), we have very good
analytical facilities and a reasonable amount of students (this actually
makes them more involved in the research work). our web page is here:
https://www.geow.uni-heidelberg.de/index_en.html , where you can find
further links to our social media and the institute video (though only my
slot is in english-but it has nice views of Heidelberg :o))

please share with those who you think might be interested!

cheers

lucie


The Institute of Earth Sciences within the Faculty of Chemistry and Earth
Sciences at Heidelberg University seeks to hire a faculty member as:

Professor in Organic Environmental Geochemistry (f/m/d)

(W3 professorship in the German salary scale for scholars)

at the earliest possible date.

Applicants (f/m/d) with a research record in Organic Environmental
Geochemistry should be distinguished by their diverse and internationally
recognized scientific accomplishments. We seek a candidate pursuing
analytical research of organic-geochemical proxies. This research should
enable novel and comprehensive applications, ideally covering a broad
spectrum of the geological timescale, complementing existing research foci
at the Institute of Earth Sciences.

The faculty position has responsibility for core courses in the existing
curricula for the „Earth Science“ Bachelor and Master programs, including
teaching of fundamental environmental science and field-based courses. The
position links research groups within the Institute of Earth Sciences as
well as with other cooperating institutes within the Heidelberg Center for
the Environment (HCE). The candidate is expected to establish a primarily
externally funded research program and to participate in academic
self-government.

Prerequisites for application are a university degree, a doctoral degree and
(in accordance with Article 47, paragraph 2 of the Higher Education Law of
the State of Baden-Württemberg) a Habilitation, a successfully evaluated
junior professorship, or equivalent merits.

Applications including standard documents (curriculum vitae; copies of
diplomas; lists of publications and external funding; teaching and research
statements) should be submitted in English and are requested in electronic
form (as a single PDF document) by May 15, 2021. Applications should be sent
to: Dekanin der Fakultät für Chemie und Geowissenschaften der Universität
Heidelberg, Im Neuenheimer Feld 234, 69120 Heidelberg, Germany, E-Mail:
Dekanat-ChemGeo@uni-heidelberg.de mailto:Dekanat-ChemGeo@uni-heidelberg.de

Please send copies only, as documents will not be returned.

Heidelberg University stands for equal opportunities and diversity.

Qualified female candidates are especially invited to apply.

Disabled persons will be given preference if they are equally qualified.

Information on the application process and the collection of personal data
is available at

https://www.uni-heidelberg.de/en/job-market


Mineralogical and Petrological processes research group

twitter:  https://twitter.com/MinPetPro https://twitter.com/MinPetPro

web page:  https://www.geow.uni-heidelberg.de/researchgroups/tajcmanova/
https://www.geow.uni-heidelberg.de/researchgroups/tajcmanova/

Prof. Dr. Lucie Tajcmanova
Institute of Earth Sciences, Heidelberg University
Im Neuenheimer Feld 236 (room 611)
69120 Heidelberg
Germany
Phone: +49 6221 54-6080


"A good teacher does not teach facts, he or she teaches enthusiasm,
open-mindedness and values."

  •      Gian-Carlo Rota
    
Dear All, we are searching for a new colleague: full professorship in Organic Environmental Geochemistry (f/m/d) , Heidelberg University Germany (W3 professorship in the German salary scale for scholars) see the full description below. i just add my insights as a non-german having the same position at our institute: i teach in english (both Bsc, Mcs levels), we have very good analytical facilities and a reasonable amount of students (this actually makes them more involved in the research work). our web page is here: https://www.geow.uni-heidelberg.de/index_en.html , where you can find further links to our social media and the institute video (though only my slot is in english-but it has nice views of Heidelberg :o)) please share with those who you think might be interested! cheers lucie ---- The Institute of Earth Sciences within the Faculty of Chemistry and Earth Sciences at Heidelberg University seeks to hire a faculty member as: Professor in Organic Environmental Geochemistry (f/m/d) (W3 professorship in the German salary scale for scholars) at the earliest possible date. Applicants (f/m/d) with a research record in Organic Environmental Geochemistry should be distinguished by their diverse and internationally recognized scientific accomplishments. We seek a candidate pursuing analytical research of organic-geochemical proxies. This research should enable novel and comprehensive applications, ideally covering a broad spectrum of the geological timescale, complementing existing research foci at the Institute of Earth Sciences. The faculty position has responsibility for core courses in the existing curricula for the „Earth Science“ Bachelor and Master programs, including teaching of fundamental environmental science and field-based courses. The position links research groups within the Institute of Earth Sciences as well as with other cooperating institutes within the Heidelberg Center for the Environment (HCE). The candidate is expected to establish a primarily externally funded research program and to participate in academic self-government. Prerequisites for application are a university degree, a doctoral degree and (in accordance with Article 47, paragraph 2 of the Higher Education Law of the State of Baden-Württemberg) a Habilitation, a successfully evaluated junior professorship, or equivalent merits. Applications including standard documents (curriculum vitae; copies of diplomas; lists of publications and external funding; teaching and research statements) should be submitted in English and are requested in electronic form (as a single PDF document) by May 15, 2021. Applications should be sent to: Dekanin der Fakultät für Chemie und Geowissenschaften der Universität Heidelberg, Im Neuenheimer Feld 234, 69120 Heidelberg, Germany, E-Mail: Dekanat-ChemGeo@uni-heidelberg.de <mailto:Dekanat-ChemGeo@uni-heidelberg.de> Please send copies only, as documents will not be returned. Heidelberg University stands for equal opportunities and diversity. Qualified female candidates are especially invited to apply. Disabled persons will be given preference if they are equally qualified. Information on the application process and the collection of personal data is available at https://www.uni-heidelberg.de/en/job-market **************************** Mineralogical and Petrological processes research group twitter: <https://twitter.com/MinPetPro> https://twitter.com/MinPetPro web page: <https://www.geow.uni-heidelberg.de/researchgroups/tajcmanova/> https://www.geow.uni-heidelberg.de/researchgroups/tajcmanova/ Prof. Dr. Lucie Tajcmanova Institute of Earth Sciences, Heidelberg University Im Neuenheimer Feld 236 (room 611) 69120 Heidelberg Germany Phone: +49 6221 54-6080 --- "A good teacher does not teach facts, he or she teaches enthusiasm, open-mindedness and values." - Gian-Carlo Rota