We offer you:a challenging job in a dynamic and ambitious university;an employment of 1.0 fte as an Assistant Professor for a period of 5 years with possible tenure. For an outstanding candidate a development track towards Associate Professor is possible;a gross salary in the range of € 3.475,- to € 5.405,- per month (on a full-time basis), based on your background and working experience;a yearly holiday allowance of 8% of the yearly salary;a yearly end year allowance of 8.3% of the yearly salary;enrolment into a program to acquire an official teaching certification from Dutch Universities (Basic Qualification Teaching);a 40 hour working week and 41 holiday days and highly appreciated flexibility;a broad package of fringe benefits (including an excellent technical infrastructure, moving expenses, savings schemes, child care and excellent sports facilities).
Furthermore, if you are not a Dutch citizen, you may be eligible for the 30 percent reimbursement rule, which is a tax advantage for foreign employees working in the Netherlands. The tax free allowance is considered a compensation for the expenses that a foreign employee has by working outside his or her home country. More information on www.expatica.com/nl/finance_business/tax/The-Dutch-30-percent-ruling_explained_11398.html
Eindhoven University of Technology is an equal-opportunity employer and has adopted an active policy to increase the number of female scientists. Therefore, female candidates are especially encouraged to apply.
The School of Industrial Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology is one of the longest-established engineering schools in Europe, with a strong presence in the international research and education community, especially in the field of Innovation Management & Technology Entrepreneurship, which are at the core of the undergraduate BSc program. The undergraduate (bachelor) program in industrial engineering and graduate program (M.Sc. and Ph.D.) in Innovation Management attract top-level students from all over the world.
The ITEM group is part of the School of Industrial Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology. The group consists of about 26 fte faculty and 22 fte PhD's. The group's research, educational and valorization program focuses on new business and product development processes in all different organizations with a specific emphasis on high-tech products. This focus is unique in the sense that it covers the entire cycle of development efforts, from the very front end of new business and product conception to start-up and commercialization respectively. Moreover, it combines an industrial engineering and management perspective to capture the complexity and multidisciplinary nature of new business and product development, and deliberately exploits the various competences and forms of expertise at the interface with related engineering disciplines to help businesses improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their innovation efforts. Through this focus the ITEM group is, as such, not just able to conduct good disciplinary work, but also to connect to the cross-disciplinary research themes of Logistics and Interface, Humans and Technology, Sustainability and Value of Big Data of the department and the strategic areas of Energy and Health at the university level. More information about the ITEM group can be found at:www.item-eindhoven.org/