August 26, 2015 in Newsletter
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Department of Geography at Humboldt University, Berlin, invites applications for a scientist (temporary for 3 years) from October 1st, 2015. Salary is according to German state wage agreement for scientific staff (E13 TV-L HU). After all social security and tax deductions annual net salary ranges between 28.000 and 32.000 EUR depending on social status. The working contract can eventually be extended.
The successful applicant’s task is to experimentally advance studies in the field of urban climates and air quality with a special focus on
temporal and spatial analysis of particulate matter and ultrafine particles and its impact on humans and the environment. The work is
expected to be placed in scientific and international contexts. We expect that the candidate aims at scientific qualification in the named
field of science. The position includes a teaching obligation of 4 hours per week during each winter and summer term’s lecturing period and further contribution to the overall assignments of the working group.
Applicants must hold a master degree in Geography or neighboring fields with core area in either physical geography, environmental sciences, meteorology, medical science, natural sciences, engineering, computer sciences or similar fields. Experience with experimental work in urban climatology, technical and manual skills as well as excellent mastery of English in both written and oral form are required. Sufficient knowledge of German language and experience in computer programming are advantageous. The position is intended for a postdoc aiming at habilitation but may also be filled with a post-graduate with the intention of working on a dissertation thesis.
Closing date for applications is September 15th, 2015. With your application for job offer No AN/155/15 please provide a motivation
letter, curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and documents as well as information on any teaching experience, scientific publications and name two referees. Please send your application to Prof. Dr. Christoph Schneider, Unter den Linden 6, D-10099 Berlin, Germany or email it as a PDF attachment to email@example.com.
HU is seeking to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching, and specifically encourages qualified applications from
female candidates. Severely disabled applicants with equivalent qualifications will be given preferential consideration. Since we will not return your documents, please submit copies in the application.
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