Professor subject area road design and traffic engineering
Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences
Frankfurt am Main
With over 15,500 students, four departments with more than 270 professors and more than 1,000 employees in teaching, research and central service units, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in Germany. "Opportunities through education" is our living motto. Practical relevance, interdisciplinary education, international orientation and regional integration characterize our profile. Diversity and social responsibility are our values. We are sustainable in all dimensions. Excellent quality in teaching and research is our aspiration
We are looking to fill the following position in Faculty 1: Architecture • Civil Engineering • Geomatic beginning summer semester 2024
(W2 salary scale HBesG, Hessian Federal Civil Service Remuneration Act)
in the following subject area: road design and traffic engineering
Job advertisement number P36/2023
We are looking for a person with a proven experience in theory and practice with a university degree in the field of civil engineering (or a related field). The ability to scientific work in the subject area, pedagogical aptitude and competence as well as subject-related experience in a scientific context are required.
We expect that the applicant represent the field of road design and traffic engineering in all relevant courses of study in the department. Teaching responsibilities include practical and theoretical training in Bachelor's and Master's degree programs in the fundamentals of transportation, road design and traffic engineering, offering in-depth elective courses and projects, and supervising final theses. In addition to teaching technical, methodological and instrumental skills, special attention should be paid to aspects of sustainable, resource-saving routing using relevant software.
A special commitment to research is expected, in particular participation in the ReLUT - Research Lab for Urban Transport. Interdisciplinary collaboration with other teaching units and research foci is desired. The ability to teach in German and English is required.
In addition, the following are expected: Contributions to the university's offerings in continuing education, lifelong learning, and eLearning; assumption of responsibility within the framework of academic self-governance; continuous training in subject-specific science and university didactics; willingness to cooperate across sites with other universities in the region.
For more information on employment at Faculty 1, please refer to www.frankfurt-university.de/infofb1.
The position is available for an unlimited period of time. When first appointed to a professorship, employment is initially on a probationary civil service basis or on a permanent employment basis with a three-year probationary period.
Conditions of employment, further duties and prerequisites result from §§ 67 - 69, 75 and 76 of the Hessian Higher Education Act; to be viewed at www.hmwk.hessen.de.
We value diversity and therefore welcome all applications - regardless of gender, nationality, ethnic and social origin, religion/belief, disability, age, and sexual orientation and identity. People with disabilities are given preference in cases of equal personal and professional suitability. As a holder of the "Family-friendly University" certificate, the university will take your individual family situation into account when organizing your working hours.
Applications with the usual informative documents (incl. list of publications, projects, description of previous teaching and research activities) are requested by January 08, 2024, quoting the reference number, by e-mail to email@example.com (please send all documents in one PDF file):
To the President of the
Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences,
Nibelungenplatz 1, 60318 Frankfurt.www.frankfurt-university.de