At the University of Groningen, we believe diversity is key to success. To promote the advancement of talented female researchers at the highest level of the institution we have initiated the prestigious Rosalind Franklin program. The program is aimed at women in industry, academia or research institutes who aspire to become a Full Professor in a European top research university. Since 2002 we have welcomed over 100 Rosalind Franklin Fellows, many of whom by now have reached the rank of Full Professor.
Under European jurisdiction it is lawful to specifically recruit underrepresented groups.
We have in total 27 Rosalind Franklin Fellowships to offer at the Faculty of Science and Engineering. Six positions are open for candidates from all research fields represented at the faculty (please see above). In addition, we have 21 positions for candidates from specific research fields in the disciplines Mechanical Engineering & Applied Physics, Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. Please click here link: https://www.rug.nl/fse/rff for more information about these fields.
As Rosalind Franklin Fellow you will:
At the stage of Assistant Professor 60% of your time is for research, 30% for teaching activities and 10% for organizational tasks.
We encourage you to apply if you have:
And you are:
We offer you a full-time position as Assistant Professor in our faculty’s tenure track system Career Paths in Science that leads up to Full Professor and:
In exceptional cases candidates can be offered a position as Associate or Full Professor. Consider our website for more information about the working conditions at the University of Groningen: https://www.rug.nl/(...)with-us/that-is-why/
As Rosalind Franklin Fellow you will enter a tenure track that, if followed successfully, will lead to a Full Professorship in approximately 10 years. In case of a full-time contract, you will initially be appointed for 7 years and your performance will be assessed after 5 years. This moment may be extended with at most one year in case of a life event (e.g. prolonged illness or maternity leave). If your assessment is positive, you will get a tenured appointment as an Associate Professor. After another 4 to 7 years you will be assessed for promotion to the position of Full Professor. Please consider Career Paths in Science for a complete description of our tenure track system as well as the criteria for promotion: https://www.rug.nl/(...)in-science-edition-4
You may apply for this position until 2 June 11.59 pm / before 3 June 2019 (CEST).
We invite you to submit a complete application including:
1. a cover letter in which you describe your motivation and qualifications for the position (letter of motivation attachment)
2. a curriculum vitae, including a list of your publications and the contact information of three references (CV attachment)
3. a list of five self-selected ‘best papers’ (extra attachment)
4. a description of your scientific interests and plans (1-2 pages) (extra attachment 2)
5. a statement of your teaching goals and experience (1-2 pages) (extra attachment 3).
Please apply by using one of the following links down below. We kindly request you to apply only once, either for one of the 6 positions open to candidates from all fields or for one of the positions tied to a specific research field.
All research fields: http://bit.ly/2vOWcrN
Mechanical Engineering & Applied Physics: http://bit.ly/2HbI0ON
Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence: http://bit.ly/2VoRNee
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For information you can contact:
Please do not use the e-mail address(es) above for applications.
|Title||Rosalind Franklin Tenure Track Professorship Science & Engineering (27.0 FTE)|
|Employer||University of Groningen|
|Job location||Broerstraat 5, 9712 CP Groningen|
|Published||May 10, 2019|
|Application deadline||June 2, 2019|
|Job types||Professor,   Assistant / Associate Professor,   Tenure Track  |
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