Open position: Lecturer in Quantitative Ecology at the University of Regensburg

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Old center of Regensburg, with the Danubian in front

I am moving to a professorship at the University of Regensburg, and I am looking to fill a lecturer position (Akad. Rat a.Z.) for a quantitative ecologist (= some focus on theory, modeling or stats) in my new group. If the job ad below seems to fit for you, please do apply, and feel free to get in touch with me if you have any questions.

Biology and Pre-Clinical Medicine

Lecturer in Quantitative Ecology

The Professorship for Theoretical Ecology at the Chair for Ecology and Conservation Biology offers a fixed-term position (no tenure track) as a lecturer in Quantitative Ecology for an initial duration of three years, with a possible extension of up to three years. This full-time position (40 hours per week) will be paid according to civil servant level A 13, Bavaria.

application deadline: 08/20/2016
start date: as soon as possible

full job advertisement  (PDF/33 KB) / deutsche Ausschreibung

Some explanation for the internationals: in the German science system, the “Akademischer Rat a.Z.” position is typically a stepping stone between the PhD / PostDoc level and a permanent professorship. It’s comparable to an assistant professor regarding career stage / expectations.

Feel free to ask question of general interest also via the comment section below.

I will consider applications until the position is filled, also after the application deadline.

 

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