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The Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL) is one of Germany’s leading universities for training tomorrow’s managers in business and public administration. More than 9,000 students from over 60 countries are currently enrolled at BSEL in a total of 50 degree programmes. About 200 professors and over 500 lecturers are committed to teaching in diverse disciplines ranging from business administration and economics to law, social sciences and engineering. Teaching languages at BSEL are German and English.
BSEL distinguishes itself by a high degree of practical relevance in teaching, intensive and multifaceted research as well as a strong international orientation. Over 100 active partnerships are in place with universities all over the world. BSEL is a member of "Alliance for Excellence" (UAS7), an association of seven large German Universities of Applied Sciences for the advancement of joint quality assurance and internationalization.
In 2011 BSEL was honoured, for the fourth time, with the "Total E-Quality Award" for its achievements in gender equality.
The Department of Economics and Business Administration is seeking for the following position:
Professor (Bes.Gr. W2)
Reference number 6/2013
The faculty member in this position will be expected to teach Bachelor’s and Master’s level courses and conduct research with practical relevance in the areas listed above. International orientation and proven competence in practical research are a plus.
If you would like to apply for a professorship, please send your application letter along with your C.V. and other compelling documents with the reference number to the Berlin School of Economics and Law, Ref HL 1, Christine Bartel-Bevier, Badensche Straße 52, 10825 Berlin, Germany, not later than February 15th, 2013.
Please note that your documents are not returned. They will be destroyed after the selection process.
Based on the English-speaking lecture requirements, we address candidates with English as a native language or with an outstanding command of English. So both languages English and German are needed to fulfill the lecture requirements. In order to facilitate the communication with international students, the successful candidate should possess a high level of intercultural competence.
The appointment to professorship requires fulfillment of the conditions as laid out in paragraph 100 of the Berlin Higher Education Act (BerlHG). This includes, but is not limited to, a higher education degree, scientific and practical experience pertinent to the subjects as specified above, and a track record of good teaching skills, which may be supported, for instance, by teaching experience as a lecturer or teacher in institutions of higher education, vocational schools or ongoing professional training. The work experience has to be at least 5 years, thereof 3 years outside university. The position requires participation in the academic self-administration of the Berlin School of Economics and Law.
The Berlin School of Economics and Law attaches great importance to an intensive mentoring relationship with the students; therefore, we expect our teaching staff to show a high level of presence at the school. In order to strengthen the integration of the school within the Berlin region, we assume that the appointee will move his or her residence into the region. We particularly encourage female candidates to apply for this position. Severely disabled candidates will have an advantage over other candidates with the same professional qualification.
For additional information about BSEL and the legal requirements according to paragraph 100 of the Berlin Higher Education Act (BerlHG), please go to http://www.hwr-berlin.de, section „Aktuelles“, "Stellenmarkt und Stipendien" and http://www.uas7.de/Qualitaetsstandards.54.0.html#.
The Berlin School of Economics and Law is a member of the Dual Career Network Berlin. It offers assistance to partners of those moving to Berlin. For more information please visit the webpage under: http://www.dualcareer-berlin.de/en/home/index.html