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Professorship (W1) in Criminal Law (Tenure Track)
European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
The European University Viadrina
Frankfurt (Oder) invites applications
for the position of a
W 1 Professorship in
Criminal Law (Tenure
Track with possibility
of advancement to W 3)
The Chair is funded by the Programme of
the Federal and State Governments for the
Assistance of Young Academics (Bund-Länder-Programm zur Förderung des wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses) (Tenure
Track Programme) and will be located within the Law Faculty, starting Winter
The appointment is initially on a fixed term of 3 to 4 years and if evaluation is
favourable, will be renewed on a regular basis for up to a maximum of six
years. The concluding Tenure Track evaluation for permanent professorship will
commence no later than nine months before the end of the second phase of
the Junior Professorship. The Rules for the Evaluation of Junior Professors and
Tenure Track Professors as at 11.12.2018 (AmBek No. 1/2019, p.1,
regulate the procedure, and contain the criteria and
policies which form the basis for recruitment.
The incumbent is expected to represent the field of criminal law and the law of
criminal procedure in research and teaching. The faculty places high priority on
a distinguished academic profile in the core area of criminal law and criminal
procedure law as well as the willingness to contribute to undergraduate teaching.
The successful candidate is expected to strengthen the research profile of the
Faculty of Law of the Europa-Universität. Thus, we place particular emphasis in
the candidate's profile on:
a recognizable approach in the development of a second research focus in at
least one of the secondary areas of criminal law (in particular juvenile criminal
law, criminology, media criminal law, sanctions and penitentiary law, criminal
tax law or commercial criminal law),
contributing to the criminal focus area (Schwerpunktbereich),
contributing to undergraduate teaching,
willingness to interdisciplinary cooperation,
interest in cooperating with Central and Eastern European colleagues, especially
the AMU Poznan.
The announcement is especially aimed at postdoctoral researchers in the first
years after conferral of the doctorate.
The general requirements before a candidate can be appointed are set out in
parag. 45 of the Brandenburg Law on Higher Education (BbgHG). Applicants
who obtained their Doctorate from the European University Viadrina and/or are
employed by the University are also referred to parag. 11 of the University's
Rules on the Appointment of Professors. Where, after obtaining the Doctorate, an
applicant has worked as an Akademische Mitarbeiterin / Akademischer Mitarbeiter
(junior lecturer) at a German University, the periods of full-time employment in
university or other academic research between the date of last examination for
the doctorate and the date of this job application should together not exceed six
years. Circumstances under which an extension of this period is possible can be
found under parag. 45 (2) BbgHG. Please complete the Supplementary Information
Form regarding the relevant periods and permissible circumstances for extension
of the total time allowed.
The European University Viadrina aims as part of its Equality Policy to significantly
increase the proportion of women in research and teaching and participates in
the research-related Equality Standards of the German Research Foundation
(DFG). Female applicants are therefore expressly encouraged to apply and may
contact the Equality Officer of the University (www.europa-uni.de/gleichstellung).
The University supports its staff in reconciling work and family life and provides
family-friendly conditions of work and study. Further information can be found at
Disabled candidates will, in cases of equal qualification and suitability for the
position, be given priority. It is recommended to mention any disability in your
We offer you:
work and life at a lively university with an international profile
cooperation partners in Central and Eastern Europe
a certified family-friendly university
Please submit applications with complete documentation (CV, copies of certificates
or other proof of qualifications, references etc.), quoting the Ref. No. 1100-
Europa Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
Dekan der Juristischen Fakultät
Herrn Prof. Dr. Häde
Closing date for applications: April 2, 2020