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Job Erasmus University Rotterdam - Associate Professor of Orthopedagogics (0,8 – 1,0 fte) HRS4R

Specifications - (explanation)

Location Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
Function typesProfessors, associate professors, assistant professors and lecturers
Scientific fieldsBehaviour and Society
Hours 32.0 - 40.0 hours per week
EducationDoctorate
Job number ESSB-19122018
Translations
About employer Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)
Short link www.academictransfer.com/51791

Job description

Job description

The Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies of the Erasmus University Rotterdam invites applicants for an Associate professor position in Orthopedagogics. The international developments within the department, such as an English bachelor and master program, which are currently still growing.In this perspective we are looking for someone who can bring demonstrable work experience in the area of management. In addition, we are looking for someone who has the ambition to become a full professor in a few years.

Your past and future research needs to fit within the context of the research program of Clinical Child and Family Studies [Ortho- en gezinspedagogiek] Self-regulation in context. In this program adaptive and maladaptive self-regulation is studied from pregnancy to emerging adulthood.

You will be teaching in the Bachelor’s and master’s degree programme within the Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies (Section Clinical Child and Family Studies) in the area of orthopedagogics, including supervision of research students.

Tasks

The position involves 60% teaching activities and 40% research time. The core tasks include:

  • participating in teaching at a bachelor’s and master’s level. Teaching involves also individual supervision of internships and research theses; workgroups supervision, lectures and independent coordination of parts of the curriculum;

  • supervising PhD candidates;

  • the design and supervision of studies in the area of Self-regulation in context;

  • carrying out and supervising research within the programme;

  • management tasks with regard to education/research;

  • publishing research findings in high impact international scientific journals

  • initiating and contributing to the acquisition of substantial external research funding for the benefit of the research programme.

Requirements

We are looking for someone who:

 

  • has a PhD-degree in a relevant area and experience in the area of Clinical Child and Family Studies,

  • is effective and efficient, has excellent social skills, and is a team player.

  • has proven work experience in the area of management and organization.

  • has excellent teaching skills, as evidenced by positive teaching assessments, and experience in designing and coordinating academic courses in the area of Clinical Child and Family Studies,

  • has scientific creativity and productivity, as shown by a substantial list of publications in renowned international peer-reviewed journals in a relevant field of research;

  • has a demonstrable record of research grant acquisition;

  • has international collaboration and visibility;

  • has ample experience with supervision of graduate students;

  • has an eye for innovation of teaching methods and is prepared to contribute (within a team) to the optimization of the quality of teaching;

  • holds a Dutch Teaching Qualification (BKO) and a Senior Qualification in teaching or research or is willing to acquire this qualification(s) in the near future;

  • masters English and Dutch at an academic level - Non-Dutch applicants should be willing to acquire proficiency in Dutch within 2 years.

Conditions of employment

A dynamic job in a young and enthusiastic team, with attractive fringe benefits in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities (CAO-NU). Your initial employment term will be 4 years and this may be converted into a permanent contract if your performance proves satisfactory. Your remuneration will depend on the position, your specific knowledge and experience. It will be calculated on the basis of full-time salary ranging between € 5.039,- and € 6.738,- gross per month (salary scale 13/14, CAO NU). Erasmus University Rotterdam offers attractive terms of employment, including a holiday allowance of 8%, a year-end payment of 8.3% and many days annual leave. In addition, EUR takes part in the ABP pension scheme, and we also offer partially paid parental leave. For international spouses we have set up a dual career programme. Moreover, EUR staff members are allowed to make use of the EUR facilities, including the Erasmus sports centre and the University Library. We value diversity and believe that a diversity of talents contributes to our vision and strategy to excel as a university on research and education. This means that we are looking for a person who can complement our team well.

Contract type: Temporary, 4 years and this may be converted into a permanent contract if your performance proves satisfactory

Employer

Erasmus University Rotterdam

The Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), named after Rotterdam-born humanist and theologian Erasmus, is a research university with a strong international orientation and a pronounced social focus, both in its education and research activities. On the lively, modern campus, more than 28.000 students and scholars of more than 100 nationalities are constantly encouraged to develop their talents and meet their ambition. Our more than 2700 scientists and employees work together with all our students to solve challenges faced by global society, drawing their inspiration from the consistently dynamic and cosmopolitan city of Rotterdam. The academic education offered at our faculties is intensive, engaging and strongly focused on practical application. We increasingly perform our research in multidisciplinary teams, which are closely interwoven with international networks. In terms of research impact and the quality of its degree programmes, EUR can compete with the foremost universities in Europe, which is reflected in its consistent top-100 position in most major universities rankings. Erasmus University Rotterdam’s key values are daring, curiosity, social involvement, breaking new ground and striving for success http://www.eur.nl

Department

The Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies provides education and research in the area of pedagogical and psychological sciences and is embedded within the Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences. The education is characterized by a successful and innovative didactical approach: problem based learning in combination with extensive professional and academic skills training. Our bachelor and master tracks receive top rankings each year.

The focus of both the educational and research program for the Clinical Child and Family Studies section is self-regulation in context. Self-regulation in context is studied from three main perspectives: (1) a multilevel systems perspective, focusing on family systems and peer systems in interaction with the wider social environment; (2) a neurobiological and psychosocial perspective focusing on the developing individual in interaction with the proximal environment; (3) and a developmental psychopathology perspective, focusing on atypically developing children with neurobiological disorders, or on children growing up in atypical circumstances such as maltreating or neglecting families.

Longitudinal processes of emerging and developing self-regulation are studied in four ongoing large-scale cohort studies, the Flemish Study on Parenting, Personality and Development (FSPPD), the Generation R study, the Generation Next study, and the recently started Generation 3.0 Study. These cohort studies enable us to describe the dynamics of self-regulation development in subsequent age periods, starting pre-birth (Generation R and Generation Next) and going on into adolescence and young adulthood (the FSPPD).

The department has an excellent laboratory (including EEG and eyetracking).

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Specifications - (explanation)

Location Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
Function typesProfessors, associate professors, assistant professors and lecturers
Scientific fieldsBehaviour and Society
Hours 32.0 - 40.0 hours per week
EducationDoctorate
Job number ESSB-19122018
Translations
About employer Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)
Short link www.academictransfer.com/51791

Job description

Job description

The Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies of the Erasmus University Rotterdam invites applicants for an Associate professor position in Orthopedagogics. The international developments within the department, such as an English bachelor and master program, which are currently still growing.In this perspective we are looking for someone who can bring demonstrable work experience in the area of management. In addition, we are looking for someone who has the ambition to become a full professor in a few years.

Your past and future research needs to fit within the context of the research program of Clinical Child and Family Studies [Ortho- en gezinspedagogiek] Self-regulation in context. In this program adaptive and maladaptive self-regulation is studied from pregnancy to emerging adulthood.

You will be teaching in the Bachelor’s and master’s degree programme within the Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies (Section Clinical Child and Family Studies) in the area of orthopedagogics, including supervision of research students.

Tasks

The position involves 60% teaching activities and 40% research time. The core tasks include:

  • participating in teaching at a bachelor’s and master’s level. Teaching involves also individual supervision of internships and research theses; workgroups supervision, lectures and independent coordination of parts of the curriculum;

  • supervising PhD candidates;

  • the design and supervision of studies in the area of Self-regulation in context;

  • carrying out and supervising research within the programme;

  • management tasks with regard to education/research;

  • publishing research findings in high impact international scientific journals

  • initiating and contributing to the acquisition of substantial external research funding for the benefit of the research programme.

Requirements

We are looking for someone who:

 

  • has a PhD-degree in a relevant area and experience in the area of Clinical Child and Family Studies,

  • is effective and efficient, has excellent social skills, and is a team player.

  • has proven work experience in the area of management and organization.

  • has excellent teaching skills, as evidenced by positive teaching assessments, and experience in designing and coordinating academic courses in the area of Clinical Child and Family Studies,

  • has scientific creativity and productivity, as shown by a substantial list of publications in renowned international peer-reviewed journals in a relevant field of research;

  • has a demonstrable record of research grant acquisition;

  • has international collaboration and visibility;

  • has ample experience with supervision of graduate students;

  • has an eye for innovation of teaching methods and is prepared to contribute (within a team) to the optimization of the quality of teaching;

  • holds a Dutch Teaching Qualification (BKO) and a Senior Qualification in teaching or research or is willing to acquire this qualification(s) in the near future;

  • masters English and Dutch at an academic level - Non-Dutch applicants should be willing to acquire proficiency in Dutch within 2 years.

Conditions of employment

A dynamic job in a young and enthusiastic team, with attractive fringe benefits in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities (CAO-NU). Your initial employment term will be 4 years and this may be converted into a permanent contract if your performance proves satisfactory. Your remuneration will depend on the position, your specific knowledge and experience. It will be calculated on the basis of full-time salary ranging between € 5.039,- and € 6.738,- gross per month (salary scale 13/14, CAO NU). Erasmus University Rotterdam offers attractive terms of employment, including a holiday allowance of 8%, a year-end payment of 8.3% and many days annual leave. In addition, EUR takes part in the ABP pension scheme, and we also offer partially paid parental leave. For international spouses we have set up a dual career programme. Moreover, EUR staff members are allowed to make use of the EUR facilities, including the Erasmus sports centre and the University Library. We value diversity and believe that a diversity of talents contributes to our vision and strategy to excel as a university on research and education. This means that we are looking for a person who can complement our team well.

Contract type: Temporary, 4 years and this may be converted into a permanent contract if your performance proves satisfactory

Employer

Erasmus University Rotterdam

The Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), named after Rotterdam-born humanist and theologian Erasmus, is a research university with a strong international orientation and a pronounced social focus, both in its education and research activities. On the lively, modern campus, more than 28.000 students and scholars of more than 100 nationalities are constantly encouraged to develop their talents and meet their ambition. Our more than 2700 scientists and employees work together with all our students to solve challenges faced by global society, drawing their inspiration from the consistently dynamic and cosmopolitan city of Rotterdam. The academic education offered at our faculties is intensive, engaging and strongly focused on practical application. We increasingly perform our research in multidisciplinary teams, which are closely interwoven with international networks. In terms of research impact and the quality of its degree programmes, EUR can compete with the foremost universities in Europe, which is reflected in its consistent top-100 position in most major universities rankings. Erasmus University Rotterdam’s key values are daring, curiosity, social involvement, breaking new ground and striving for success http://www.eur.nl

Department

The Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies provides education and research in the area of pedagogical and psychological sciences and is embedded within the Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences. The education is characterized by a successful and innovative didactical approach: problem based learning in combination with extensive professional and academic skills training. Our bachelor and master tracks receive top rankings each year.

The focus of both the educational and research program for the Clinical Child and Family Studies section is self-regulation in context. Self-regulation in context is studied from three main perspectives: (1) a multilevel systems perspective, focusing on family systems and peer systems in interaction with the wider social environment; (2) a neurobiological and psychosocial perspective focusing on the developing individual in interaction with the proximal environment; (3) and a developmental psychopathology perspective, focusing on atypically developing children with neurobiological disorders, or on children growing up in atypical circumstances such as maltreating or neglecting families.

Longitudinal processes of emerging and developing self-regulation are studied in four ongoing large-scale cohort studies, the Flemish Study on Parenting, Personality and Development (FSPPD), the Generation R study, the Generation Next study, and the recently started Generation 3.0 Study. These cohort studies enable us to describe the dynamics of self-regulation development in subsequent age periods, starting pre-birth (Generation R and Generation Next) and going on into adolescence and young adulthood (the FSPPD).

The department has an excellent laboratory (including EEG and eyetracking).

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