|Location:||Wageningen - Netherlands|
£3,067.81 to £4,198.94 converted salary* per month
|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Placed On:||7th February 2020|
|Closes:||28th February 2020|
We are looking for
Are you a dedicated emerging scholar in the field of wildlife ecology and conservation? Do you have a PhD in ecology or a related field? Do you have a demonstrated interest in the consequences of changes in land use or climate on populations, communities or ecosystems? Or do you apply new technologies to study how these or other drivers affect the distribution and densities of wildlife species, in part to design and test conservation solutions? If the above questions appeal to you and you think you would be a good fit in the Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Group (formerly the Resource Ecology Group) at Wageningen University, then we invite you to apply for a tenure track position to join us.
The tenure track at WUR is an excellent academic environment for you to work and develop within the Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Group to make a difference in our scientific field. Successful evaluation can culminate in the position of Professor holding a Personal Chair. You will have the chance to define your own research line. We offer training and coaching, as well as opportunities to work part-time (0.8 FTE).
In addition to regular performance and development assessments, evaluations regarding tenure track progression will occur every 3 to 4 years. Positive tenure track evaluations will lead to promotions and a permanent position after 7 years. A competitive salary, dependent on experience, will range from a minimum of € 3.637, to a maximum of € 4.978,- (assistant professor position) for a full working week of 38 hours in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement Dutch Universities (scale 11).
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For more information about this function, please contact Prof. Frank van Langevelde (email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: +31 317 484750) or Dr. Ignas Heitkönig (email: email@example.com, phone: +31 317 484041).
Address your application to the chair of the Search Committee for this position, Prof. Frank van Langevelde. Your application must include (1) a cover letter summarizing your motivation to apply, (2) your CV, (3) a one A4 research vision that also describes your fit in the group, and (4) a one A4 teaching vision that also describes potential contribution to the courses of the group.
This vacancy is open until 28 February 2020 and applications need to be uploaded via the 'apply' button on this page. The first job interviews are expected to take place on 7 and 8 April 2020.
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