Ausschreibung von Professuren

 
     
     

    73. Ausschreibung der Stelle eines Full Professor in Small Animal Internal Medicine

    The Vetmeduni Vienna strives to safeguard animal health through teaching, research, and services. We consider this a contribution to the health of humans and their animal companions, as well as to the production of healthy foods.

    The Department for Companion Animals and Horses at the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna has a call for a

    Full Professor in Small Animal Internal Medicine
    according to §98 UG 2002

    The Vetmeduni Vienna:

    The University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna is a dynamic campus, offering a multitude of opportunities for development. In the past international evaluation of teaching and research, the university received very high ratings.

    The University Hospital provides comprehensive, yet specialised, service distinguished by a high level of expertise and professional consulting service. The research-led and innovative treatment, prevention and diagnostic services are facilitated by state-of-the-art equipment and infrastructure.

    Weblink to the Small Animal Internal Medicine (http://www.vetmeduni.ac.at/interne-kleintiere/ [Link 1])
    Small animal internal medicine is a central, integrated part of the small animal clinic working in close cooperation with other small animal services within the teaching hospital.

    Responsibilities:

    The responsibilities of the successful candidate will include: 

    • Further development of the clinical services of the Small Animal Hospital according to the current development plan 2020
    • Creating an independent research profile and supporting the established research areas
    • Head of the small animal internal medicine team
    • Teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate veterinary students in all fields of small animal internal medicine
    • Development of continuing education programs and or contributions to existing continuing education programs, nationally and internationally
    • Interdisciplinary cooperation within the university and with external partners

    Qualifications:

    a) DVM

    b) Habilitation, PhD or equivalent qualification

    c) Diplomate of the European or American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ECVIM-CA or ACVIM-SAIM) including their sub-specialities (Cardiology, Neurology, Oncology) as well as Diplomates of the European or American College of Veterinary Dermatology

    d) Strong research track

    e) Proof of collaboration in international research and recruitment of funds

    f)  Management skills as well as strong leadership qualities and experience, distinct strategic skills

    g) Teaching experience and qualifications

    Preferences:

    a) experience in teaching residents

    b) high communication and cooperation/integration skills

    c) candidates from non-German speaking countries are expected to possess basic German language knowledge before starting

    Minimum wages:

    The University Professor will be employed in a permanent position and is classified as group A1 in the collective contract for university employees. Overpayment of the monthly minimum wage (necessary legal information) in the collective contract (€ 4782.40) can be discussed during the appointment hearings.

    The Vetmeduni Vienna is striving to advance the proportion of women in their faculty, especially in leading positions and a balance in the number of women and men working at the university according to § 41 UG 2002, especially with scientific personnel. Qualified women are therefore urged to apply. Should women be under-represented (less than 40%), female candidates with qualifications equal to the most qualified man will be given precedence, should there be no reasons outweighing his application.

    Written applications should be submitted in English with the usual documents (letter of motivation, curriculum vitae, publication list, summary of previous research and teaching experience, description of previous experience in organization, management and leadership roles, and 3 publications viewed as most outstanding by the applicant) by September 20th, 2015. Applications should be sent to:

    Senate Office, University of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinaerplatz 1, A-1210 Vienna, Austria (or by email senat@vetmeduni.ac.at [Link 2]; Send E-Mail to Senate [Link ]).

    The presentations and interviews are expected to be held in the second calendar week of 2016.

    The Vetmeduni Vienna is proud holder of the certificate “jobandfamily”. We, therefore, welcome applicants with family competence. Applicants with special needs are also welcome.

    Weblink www.vetmeduni.ac.at/professuren [Link 3]


    Für das Rektorat:
    Dr. Sonja Hammerschmid

     
     

    61. Ausschreibung der Stelle eines University Professor of Psychology of the Human-Animal Relationship

    A joint professorship in the field of psychology to research the human-animal relationship is announced at the Messerli Research Institute of the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, the Medical University of Vienna and the University of Vienna. This joint professorship between the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna (50%) and the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Vienna (50%) is supported by and assigned to the Messerli Research Institute.

    University Professor of Psychology of the Human-Animal Relationship according to § 98 UG 2002

    (private sector, full-time, open-ended term) Since both universities aim to increase the proportion of women, particularly in management and scientific positions, qualified women are hereby expressly invited to apply. In cases of equivalent qualifications, women will be given preference in hiring.

    It is expected for this professorship to result in contributions (in both the basic and applied areas) to a nuanced understanding of the psychology of human-animal interactions. The research methodology used should be empirical. The research profile of the candidate should be based in any area of psychology, and the candidate should possess an interest in developing an orientation towards the juncture of psychology with other disciplines such as neuro-cognitive science, cultural and social science, or medicine.

    In particular, the successful candidate for this professorship should cultivate promising alliances: on the one hand, to Messerli Research Institute professorships in the areas of Comparative Cognition, Comparative Medicine and Ethics and Human-Animal Studies (see Weblink Ethics and Human-Animal Studies;  [Link 4]www.vetmeduni.ac.at/en/messerli [Link 5]); on the other hand, to professorships at the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Vienna, including to the curricula established there for teaching (see Weblink University of Vienna [Link 6]; psychologie.univie.ac.at [Link 7]), and to other research initiatives and research focal points at both universities.

    The interdisciplinary orientation of the Messerli Research Institute requires the successful candidate to bring a significant readiness to work together with the humanities and the natural and social science fields, to carry out interdisciplinary projects and to gear teaching at the Messerli Research Institute towards the multidisciplinary orientation of the master’s programme.

    Successful candidates will have the following qualifications:

    • Doctoral or post-doc experience at a university or other research institution (successful completion of a commensurate degree from a national higher education institution or foreign equivalent)
    • Outstanding achievement in research, international reputation and excellent publication track record, also integration into the international scientific community; habilitation in a relevant field (venia docendi) or an internationally recognized equivalent qualification is required.
    • Experience in the conception, funding and management of large research projects, as well as the willingness and ability to head up research groups
    • Experience in university-level teaching and the ability and willingness to teach at all curricular levels (bachelor, master, doctoral), to supervise theses and foster new scientific talent

    The University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna and the University of Vienna expect the successful candidate to acquire sufficient German language proficiency (within 3 years) for teaching at the bachelor’s programme level and participating in University bodies.

    Successful candidates are offered:

    • An attractive and dynamically evolving research location in a city with a high quality of life, in a country with well-developed policy instruments for the promotion of research
    • Attractive/adequate, negotiable and performance-based compensation; pension fund
    • A start-up package for the establishment of research projects
    • Support for the relocation of the successful candidate’s main residence to Vienna

    Interested candidates should submit an application with—at a minimum—the following materials:

    • Scientific résumé
    • Index of publications, to include:
    1. Identifying of the five most important publications in the context of the professorship, with commentary about these in the cover letter to the application
    2. Listing of Internet links for downloading pdf versions of these five publications or inclusion of a data storage medium with pdfs of these files
    • Index of lectures, as well as detailed information about guest speaker invitations at international conferences
    • Short description of current research interests and research plans for the near future
    • Information about externally funded projects
    • Evidence of teaching qualifications:
    1. Short description of the main areas of emphasis in teaching up to the present (incl. applied teaching concepts and preferred teaching methods), also information regarding dissertations supervised, including a description of the supervisory approach
    2. Additional information that the candidate wishes to include as evidence of teaching qualifications

    University professors are classified into deployment group A1 according to the collective contract for university employees (see Weblink to University of Vienna [Link 8]). Individual compensation negotiations will take into consideration the candidate’s career history and, in case of an appointment from outside of Austria, possible differences in taxation policies.

    Applications are due in electronic form (preferably pdf) in English or German at the latest by 31 July 2015; they should be marked with the identifier 314/2015 and sent to the Senate (send E-Mail to Senate [Link ]).

    Für das Rektorat:
    Dr. Sonja Hammerschmid

     

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    Schriftliche Bewerbungen für Professuren sind mit den üblichen Unterlagen einzureichen:

    • Motivationsschreiben
    • Lebenslauf
    • Publikations­verzeichnis der letzten 5 Jahre
    • Zusammenfassung der bisherigen Forschungs- und Lehr­tätigkeit
    • Darstellung der bisherigen Erfahrungen im Bereich Organisation, Management und Führungsaufgaben
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