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Your main task is to guide the development of our young IB professionals in the field of International Business. You coach them in their community together with other colleagues and the working field. You share your expertise and inspire our young professionals. You will coach and guide students in their project groups as well as in individual professional development. You will assess students, which is a result of a formative process of feedback and feedforward. Performing research in our research centre Sustainable International Business (SIB) may be a part of your task.
IB is looking for several new, enthusiastic, and highly motivated colleagues for in total about 5.0 fte. Your appointment will be between 0.6 – 1.0 FTE.
We are specifically looking for the following fields of experience and expertise (yet, not only restricted to):
We expect you to:
And as your background, skills and education, you:
Fixed-term contract: One year with the possibility of extension (based on performance evaluation and the availability of organizational means).
The position (0.6 – 1 fte) is for one year with the possibility of extension (based on performance evaluation and the availability of organizational means).
The salary will be commensurate with the candidate’s educational background and experience but will not exceed a maximum of salary scale 11 CAO-HBO, the collective agreement for universities of applied sciences, (maximum of €5,026.85 before taxes, per month, under fulltime employment).
International Business School Maastricht offers a professional, collegiate, and inspiring work environment with a high focus on connecting education, professional practice and research. You will work in an informal environment and in a team with passionate colleagues.
Zuyd University of Applied Sciences wishes to contribute to the development of professions and our region, including the wider Euregio. In collaboration with others around us, we are developing new insights and solutions for the professionals of today and tomorrow. We take a leading role in this endeavour and are only satisfied with the best.
Our 1,700 employees work on three core tasks: teaching 13,000 future professionals annually in approximately fifty bachelor's and master's programmes, developing training courses and programmes for professionals, and conducting research for and in collaboration with businesses, institutions, civic organisations, and the government.
The cluster International Business and Communication (IBC) of Zuyd University of Applied Sciences in Maastricht consists of four Bachelor programmes: the International Business School Maastricht, European Studies, Oriental Languages and Communication, and the Translation Academy. Furthermore the research centre Sustainable International Business and the research centre Professional Communication in a Digitalizing Society are part of the cluster.
The mission and vision of the International Business School Maastricht are as follows:
In this fast-changing world we, at International Business School Maastricht, guide our young professionals to become resilient business leaders with a global mind.
We believe that
This makes that our IB graduates have acquired a sustainable and intercultural mindset, next to well-developed 21st century skills and international business expertise. We stand for an international-oriented environment, a practical orientation that is implemented together with international businesses, an innovative didactical framework (based on HILL and an individual learning path with the student in the lead), strong focus on 21st century skills and ERS (Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability).
We are proud that the IB programme is accredited by EFMD and has obtained the EPAS accreditation. IB has about 750 students (35% international students) and the IB team consists of 35 colleagues.
Brusselseweg 150, 6217 HB, Maastricht
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