Mitteilungsblatt der Veterinärmedizinischen Universität Wien

Studienjahr 2012/2013 - Ausgegeben am 15.05.2013 - 23. Stück

 
 

73. Kundmachung des Rechnungsabschlusses 2012

Der gemäß § 16 Abs. 4 und 5 Universitätsgesetz 2002 geprüfte und vom Universitätsrat genehmigte Rechnungsabschluss für das Kalenderjahr 2012 wird verlautbart:

Rechnungsabschluss 2012 (PDF, 2556 KB) [Link 6]

Für das Rektorat:
Dr. Sonja Hammerschmid

 

74. Ausschreibung einer Professur gemäß §98 UG 2002 für „Physiology with a focus on Ornithology“

In order to further develop the cooperation in organismic biology between the University of Vienna and the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, and to strengthen integrative biology, both universities agreed to establish a joint professorship.

They hereby announce the position of a

Full Professor of Physiology with a focus on Ornithology

(full-time permanent position under private law – University Law 2002 §98). Both universities intend to increase the number of women on their faculties, particularly in high-level positions, and therefore specifically invite applications by women. Among equally qualified applicants women will receive preferential consideration.

The applicant must have an outstanding record in systemic physiology of birds, ideally in combination with cellular and molecular mechanisms. A particular focus should be on the physiology of seasonal processes of birds and its relation to migration. We search for a researcher who combines skills in physiology, a systems-biology approach across levels of organization, and a lively interest in studying animals in their natural environments.

The applicant's expertise should also serve to complement existing research groups in the Department of Integrative Biology and Evolution of the University of Veterinary Medicine and in the Center of Organismal Systems Biology of the Faculty of Life Sciences of the University of Vienna, working in the fields of physiology, ecology, evolution and animal behaviour. Along with the establishment of a bird physiology research program, the applicant will lead the newly established Center for avian migration of Austria (“Österreichische Vogelwarte”). Further, the applicant is expected to participate in the curricula of BSc, MSc and diploma study programs of both universities. The documentation of adequate teaching experience (habilitation or equivalent) is expected. Both universities of Vienna are committed to expand English teaching.

Successful candidates will have the following qualifications:

  • PhD and post-doctoral experience at a university or other research institution (Austrian or equivalent international academic degree in the relevant field)
  • Outstanding research and publication record, with an excellent reputation as an active member in the international academic community (Habilitation (venia docendi) or equivalent international qualification in the relevant field is desirable)
  • Experience in designing, procuring and directing major research projects, and willingness and ability to assume the responsibility of team leadership
  • The ability to acquire third party funding for financing research in a substantial amount
  • Experience in university teaching, and willingness and ability to teach at all curricular levels, to supervise theses, and to further the work of junior academic colleagues
  • Experience in personnel management, organizational and communication skills

Both universities expect the successful candidate to acquire, within three years, proficiency in German sufficient for teaching in Bachelor programmes and participation in committees.

     

    The University of Vienna and the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna offer:

    • Attractive terms and conditions of employment with a negotiable and performance-related salary, associated with a retirement fund
    • a “start-up package” for the initiation of research projects
    • an attractive and dynamic research location in a city with a high quality of life and in a country with excellent research funding provision
    • Grant for relocation to Vienna, where appropriate

     

    Candidates should send an application containing at least the following documents:

    • Academic curriculum vitae
    • Brief description of current research interests and research plans for the immediate future
    • List of publications together with
      a)   
      specification of five key publications judged by the applicant to be particularly relevant to the advertised professorship together with an explanation of their relevance
      b)  
      PDF versions of these five publications provided either as email attachments or through URLs of downloadable copies
    • List of talks given, including detailed information about invited plenaries at international conferences
    • List of projects supported by third-party funds
    • Short survey of previous academic teaching and list of supervised PhD theses

    University professors will be classified according to the Collective Bargaining Agreement [Link 7] for University Staff into the salary group A1. The salary will be individually negotiated under consideration of the previous career development and in case of an appointment from abroad of the different tax situation.

    Applications in English should be submitted per e-mail (preferably as pdf attachments) or send to Office of the Senat of the Universitiy of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinärplatz 1, A-1210 Wien, Austria, no later than June 21st, 2013 with reference 20/10-2013 (send E-Mail to the Senat [Link 8]).

    The Vetmeduni Vienna is proud to have been awarded the certificate “berufundfamilie” (career and family) and so would be pleased to receive applications from candidates with families.  Applications from people with special needs are also welcome.

    www.vetmeduni.ac.at/professuren [Link 9]

    Die Rektorin:
    Dr. Sonja Hammerschmid

     

    75. Vergütung für die Mitglieder des Universitätsrats

    Die Vergütung für die Mitglieder des Universitätsrats für die Funktionsperiode 2013 bis 2018 wurde mit 9.000.- Euro jährlich festgelegt. Zur Vergütung kommt bei auswärtigen Mitgliedern der Ersatz der Reise- und Aufenthaltskosten hinzu.

    Die Vorsitzende des Universitätsrats:
    Mag. Edeltraud Stiftinger

     

    76. Verlautbarung der Parkordnung der Veterinärmedizinischen Universität Wien

    Die vom Rektorat beschlossene Änderung der Parkordnung wird wie in der folgenden Datei ersichtlich verlautbart:

    Parkordnung 2013 (PDF, 2556 KB)  [Link 10]

    Die Rektorin:
    Dr. Sonja Hammerschmid

     

    77. Ausschreibung von offenen Stellen

    An der Veterinärmedizinischen Universität Wien gelangen die nachfolgend angeführten Stellen zur Besetzung. Bewerbungen sind schriftlich unter Anschluss der erforderlichen Nachweise sowie des Lebenslaufes und eines Fotos an die Personalabteilung der Veterinärmedizinischen Universität Wien zu richten. Termine für Vorstellungsgespräche sind direkt mit der angegebenen Einrichtung zu vereinbaren.

     

    Residency - Kleintierchirurgie, Augenstation

    • Einstufung: B1
    • Beschäftigungsausmaß: 40 Wochenstunden
    • Dauer des Dienstverhältnisses: 3 Jahre ab 01.10.2013
    • Bewerbungsfrist: 07.06.2013

    Details zur Stellenausschreibung Residency - Kleintierchirurgie, Augenstation
     [Link 11]

     

    Technische/r AssistentIn - Institut für Medizinische Biochemie

    • Einstufung: IIIa
    • Beschäftigungsausmaß: 40 Wochenstunden
    • Dauer des Dienstverhältnisses: Karenzvertretung
    • Bewerbungsfrist: 05.06.2013

    Details zur Stellenausschreibung Technische/r AssistentIn - Institut für Medizinische Biochemie
     [Link 12]

     

    TierpflegerIn - Klinik für Pferde, Pferdechirurgie

    • Einstufung: IIa
    • Beschäftigungsausmaß: 40 Wochenstunden
    • Dauer des Dienstverhältnisses: befristete Karenzvertretung bis 09.02.2015
    • Bewerbungsfrist: 05.06.2013

    Details zur Stellenausschreibung TierpflegerIn - Klinik für Pferde, Pferdechirurgie
     [Link 13]

     

    Die Rektorin: Dr. Sonja Hammerschmid

    Herausgeber und Verleger: Veterinärmedizinische Universität Wien
    Redaktion: Dr. Christian Schwabl, alle 1210 Wien, Veterinärplatz 1