University Assistant (Postdoc): The University of Innsbruck, located in Austria, invites applications for the position of University Assistant (Postdoc) in the Faculty of Biology. This is a part-time, temporary position with a contract duration of 6 years, starting on October 1, 2023. The successful candidate will engage in high-level research in the field of Biological Sciences, conduct lectures, provide student guidance, and contribute to administrative tasks.
|Designation||University Assistant (Postdoc)|
|Research Area||Biological Sciences|
|Eligibility/Qualification||Recognised Researcher (R2)|
|Type of Contract||Temporary|
|Job Status||Part-time (20 hours per week)|
|EU Research Framework||Not funded by an EU programme|
|Application Deadline||September 13, 2023 – 00:00 (UTC)|
Job Description: As a University Assistant (Postdoc) at the University of Innsbruck, you will be responsible for conducting advanced research in the field of Biological Sciences. Your role will include delivering lectures, mentoring students, and participating in administrative tasks. The position offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the academic community and advance your research career.
- Recognised Researcher (R2)
- Strong background in Biological Sciences
- Demonstrated research expertise
- Ability to deliver lectures and mentor students
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
How to Apply: Interested candidates are invited to submit their online applications through the University of Innsbruck’s career portal. For detailed information about the application process, including salary details (in German), please visit the following link: University of Innsbruck Career Portal.
Application Deadline: 13 September 2023 – 00:00 (UTC)
The University of Innsbruck is committed to promoting diversity and equal opportunities. Qualified female scientists are encouraged to apply, and in cases of underrepresentation, priority will be given to female applicants. Additionally, individuals with special requirements under Austrian disability laws are encouraged to apply, and further information can be obtained from Dr. Adolf Sandbichler, the trusted representative for scientists with disabilities at the University of Innsbruck.
Additional Information: The University of Innsbruck offers a wide range of benefits to its employees, including a company pension scheme, flexible working hours, childcare facilities, and opportunities for career and personal development. Employees can also take advantage of various courses offered by the University Sports Institute, language courses, and reasonably priced food at the university’s canteens. For more information on employee benefits, visit University of Innsbruck Benefits.
Additional Comments: The University of Innsbruck values diversity and is committed to providing equal opportunities. It is a certified family-friendly workplace and was recognized as a ‘Top Workplace 2018’ by the Austrian business magazine ‘trend.’
Languages: Researchers from around the world come together at the University of Innsbruck. The language used may vary depending on the scientific community, including German and English. Internal communication is primarily in German, so a basic knowledge of German or the willingness to acquire such knowledge is essential.
- Department of Ecology
- Innsbruck, Austria
- Sternwartestr. 15 / Technikerstr. 25, A-6020
Where to Apply: Interested candidates can apply through the University of Innsbruck’s career portal by visiting the following website: University of Innsbruck Career Portal.
- City: Innsbruck
- Street: Sternwartestr. 15 / Technikerstr. 25
- Postal Code: A-6020
Join the University of Innsbruck’s diverse and dynamic academic community and contribute to cutting-edge research in Biological Sciences. Apply now and be a part of our commitment to excellence and equal opportunity!