Specifications - (explanation)
|Location||Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam|
|Function types||Professors, associate professors, assistant professors and lecturers|
|Scientific fields||Behaviour and Society|
|Hours||38.0 hours per week|
|About employer||Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)|
Your major tasks are to carry out and coordinate academic research and to teach. In accordance with the school’s standards you will be required to publish in internationally recognized, peer-reviewed academic journals in the area of Work and Organizational Psychology. You will be responsible for supervising students, who are writing their bachelor and master thesis in the field of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and you will be expected to coordinate courses within the institute.
- You have a PhD in Work and Organisational Psychology or a related field of study
- You have affinity in the area of Positive Psychology, which is the focus of the Work and Organisational research group.
- You have demonstrable affinity and ample experience in the research methods used in work and organizational psychology.
- You have excellent didactic skills and you have relevant teaching experience.
- You have experience in supervising doctoral students who are writing their thesis.
- You have excellent written and oral skills for expressing yourself in both Dutch and English.
Conditions of employment
The conditions of employment comply with the CAO Nederlandse Universiteiten/ Collective Agreement Netherlands Universities (CAO NU). Salary is subject to know-how and experience and corresponds to scale 12 CAO NU, which is a maximum of € 4,970 gross per month on a full-time basis (38 hour per week), excluding holiday allowance of 8% and end-of-year bonus of 8.3% of the annual salary. In accordance with the CAO NU, a placement in a starting grade is possible for the maximum duration of two years.
Contracts will initially be running for a period of 2 years with possible extension of 4 more years in Tenure Track. Evaluations will be conducted, followed by tenure decisions. In case of a favourable judgment, tenure is offered, followed by promotion to senior lecturer/associate professor (UHD).
Working at the Erasmus University Rotterdam
Working at the Erasmus University Rotterdam means working in a professional environment, where development is encouraged through an active career and mobility policy. Within the framework of this policy, employees with the potential of obtaining permanent employment, initially start for a period of 2 and 4 years, followed by job performance interviews. Depending on the outcome of these interviews further steps in your career can be made. The Erasmus University Rotterdam highly appreciates flexibility: we have a 38-hour workweek, flexible working hours, possibilities to work part-time, and maternal/paternal leave. Moreover, the University has a company childcare scheme, possibilities to participate in a terms of employment option model, company savings program and life insurance schemes and favourable collective insurance schemes. Employees can also make use of facilities such as sports facilities and library.
Contract type: Temporary, 2 years with possible extension of 4 more years in Tenure Track
The expertise of Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) is concentrated in the fields of Business Administration, Economics, Medicine and Health Sciences, Law, Social Sciences, History, Culture and Communication, and Philosophy. In addition to the initial degree programmes and scientific research, the University offers specific postgraduate study programmes and courses. Erasmus University has around 25,000 students and some 2,500 staff members.
The Faculty of Social Sciences has four departments: Public Administration, Sociology, Pedagogy and Psychology. Two research institutes are located here as well: the Erasmus Centre for Sustainable Development & Management (ESM) and the Dutch Research Institute for Transitions (DRIFT). The faculty currently includes more than 2500 students and 300 employees.
The Institute of Psychology
The institute teaches and carries out research in the area of Psychology. The education offered within the psychology programme is characterised by an innovative didactic approach, known as Problem-based Learning (PBL, or PGO in Dutch). In terms of research, the institute is focused on the study of applied psychology. Members of the institute are active in national research schools that are recognised by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts & Sciences (KNAW), especially in the Experimental Psychology Research School (EPOS), the Experimental Psychopathology Institute (EPP), and the Kurt Lewin Institute (KLI). The staff consists mainly of a team of young psychologists who have jointly shaped the field of research and teaching of psychology at the Erasmus University since the beginning of 2002.