Fixed-term contract: 4 years (The first year is a probationary period).
We offer an opportunity to educate future innovation leaders in an inclusive university environment that values and invest in your professional and personal growth.
This position is offered by the Innovation Management section of TOM.
The Innovation Management section is one of three critical business areas covered by TOM and is focused on developing strategies, structures and processes to generate, select implement sustainable innovations. The section at RSM comprises around 30 faculty and Ph.D. students. We teach in our MSc program, two bachelor programmes and in several of its full-time and part-time master programmes, including MBA programmes. Our specialised MSc in Innovation Management is among the top programmes of its kind in the world.
Under normal circumstances the successful candidate will work on campus; restrictions due to Covid-19 may require working remotely using online teaching or blended learning (a combination of online and on-campus activities, with passive streaming of on-campus activities) when on-campus teaching is not possible. Erasmus University Rotterdam follows the guidelines from the government and the RIVM.
See also www.rsm.nl/employees
- We expect the successful candidate to start on 1 September 2022 (or earlier).
- The position is currently defined at the level of Lecturer.
The conditions of employment
comply with the collective labour agreement for Dutch universities (CAO NU). Favourable tax agreements may apply to applicants who are not from the Netherlands. Erasmus University Rotterdam has attractive employment conditions, which include a holiday allowance of 8 per cent, an end-of-year bonus of 8.3 per cent, and a generous number of vacation days.
We offer excellent training and career development opportunities. RSM has a dedicated Learning Innovation Team, which supports faculty in improving and innovating their courses and programmes. This is done by developing blended and online learning, overcoming educational challenges, (re)designing courses or programmes, and by faculty development activities.