Assistant Professor / Associate Professor in Mechanical Installations

Technical University of Denmark - DTU Diplom

Center for Bachelor of Engineering Studies, DTU Diplom, have an opening for an Assistant Professor / Associate Professor for teaching in the field of mechanical installations.

Responsibilities and tasks
The job includes lecturing as well as supervision of students, inspiring and supporting them for their future career. The department takes part in development projects. Your work is carried out in collaboration with business and industry and with research and educational institutions at home and abroad. The language of teaching is primarily Danish; however certain courses and supervision may be in English.

We are looking for colleagues with both industrial experience and teaching experience in one or more of the following fields:

  • Mechanical installations
  • BMS
  • Renovation

It is a requirement that the candidate fully understands the relationship between Technology, Economy, and interdisciplinarity in a construction company. Also, you must be prepared to expand your teaching competencies to meet DTU's future needs.

We expect that you hold a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in engineering. Besides teaching experience you must have:

  • Relevant work experience within mechanical installations, either in a company or through studies in an academic environment.
  • Fully understands the theoretical background for mechanical installations.
  • Understands the dependency and interaction between design of mechanical installations and digital construction.
  • Good organizational skills and the desire and ability to cooperate in an interdisciplinary team.
  • A good "drive" with respect to initiating and executing development projects both pedagogically and professionally.
  • Willingness to actively contribute to the development of the study program and the profession.
  • Ability and/or background to cooperate with the construction industry anf the more research-based Lyngby Campus.
  • Proficiency in Danish and English - candidates who do not speak Danish should be willing to learn Danish within the first two-to-three years in order to be able to teach in Danish.

You must be dedicated to teaching and supervising, taking care of both Danish and international students. It is an advantage if you have experience and knowledge of pedagogy and didactics. You should also be interested in being active in the development of the curriculum, actively contribute to the professional development of the program, including participation in external development and innovation projects.

The department focuses on innovation projects in the field of renovation and wood constructions, so experience in these areas will count towards the assessment.

Please submit your online application no later than 31 March 2018.

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