Teaching and research at a dynamic institution of higher education!
We are looking for persons, who would like to apply their extensive experience in their professional position in teaching and research at our institution of higher education based on an above-average doctorate. Practical orientation, interdisciplinary training, international orientation and regional integration mark our profile. Excellent teaching and research quality is our aspiration.
Our Faculty 3: Business and Law
is looking for a Professor (f/m/d) (Salary grade W2 Hessian Salary Law (HBesG))
for the following field:
Quantitative Methods and Economics
with Special Focus on Transport Economics
reference number: P05/2020
in the summer semester 2021
The holder of the position represents the areas of quantitative methods (business mathematics, business statistics and econometrics) and economics (transport economics, microeconomics, macroeconomics, public finance) in the Bachelor and Master programs of the faculty as well as in research.
It is expected that the holder of the position will contribute to the university's research focus "Mobility and Logistics" by acquiring and implementing research projects and by playing an active role in the PhD center in this area.
If the holder of the position fulfills the personal criteria of the right to award doctorates (e.g. with regard to the amount of third-party funds and publications acquired), she/he can immediately supervise doctoral studies at the PhD center.
Applicants are also expected to have excellent academic and practical expertise and relevant professional experience, especially in these areas
• Economics and Transport Economics
• Business statistics, Econometrics, Empirical Research
Applicants are asked to submit a teaching and research concept that is oriented towards the strategic orientation of the faculty as well as a concept for the acquisition of third-party funding (see also www.frankfurt-university.de/Fb3-Bewerbung).
We expect from our professors:
High presence at the institution of higher education and intensive care of our students; participation in basic training i.e. the representation of the relevant field in an introductory form in all degree courses of the faculty; qualification and aptitude to research and successful acquisition of third party funding; gender and diversity competence; participation in international activities of the institution of higher education, including teaching in the English language; participation in the interdisciplinary Studium generale; contributions to offers in continuing education, life-long learning and eLearning; taking on responsibility in the frame of academic self-administration; continuing education in the technical discipline and higher education didactics; willingness to cooperate cross-regionally with other institutions of higher education in the region; dedication and initiative in the frame of a service-oriented salary.
The hiring conditions are in accordance with §§ 61 and 62 of the Hessian Higher Education Act (HHG). This is a permanent contract. The first appointment as a professor is first as a public-service employee on probation or with an unlimited employment contract with a 3-year long probation period.
Further official duties and requirements are listed under §§ 61 - 63, 68 and 69 HHG from Dec 14, 2009 (GVBl. I S. 666), last amended by law from Dec 18, 2017 (GVBl. S. 482) – and can be viewed under www.hmwk.hessen.de.
The Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences encourages applications from women in order to elevate the employment share. Persons with disabilities are given preference in the frame of currently valid regulations.
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Applications with supporting documents (incl. publication list, projects, depiction of teaching and research activities) are requested via mail until September 30th, 2020 including the position number
to be sent to email@example.com.
60318 Frankfurt am Main , Germany