As a PhD graduate lecturer at a University of Applied Sciences it is your task to coach and guide young people in their professional development. Transferring your own knowledge and practical experiences to them, but most importantly, encouraging your Bachelor and/or Master students to have their own perspectives, gather new insights and improve (as an individual).
Besides teaching, a PhD graduate lecturer at a University of Applied Sciences can take several other roles within the team: from study career counselor, coordinator or researcher to curriculum or exam developer. You specialize yourself in the career path that suits you and your ambitions and skill set. Your tasks and roles can change over time. Together with your fellow lecturers, you are responsible for the educational program and the network you will participate in.
The Universities of Applied Sciences have embedded their research activities in ‘lectoraten’, research is mostly conducted in close cooperation with third parties in certain professional fields and has a strong applied focus. As a PhD graduate lecturer you can take up research tasks by acquiring applied research assignments from third parties.
Your tasks as a PhD graduate lecturer can entail:
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€ 4534 - max € 5831 (scale 12 - Collective Agreement for Universities of Applied Sciences)