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Professorship (W2) in Social and Administrative Law with the Emphasis on Youth Welfare Law
Published(127 days ago)
Deadline for applications(99 days ago)
Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied SciencesMagdeburg
Reference No.: 54/2018
(Reference no. of initial posting 144/2016)
Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences offers a range of engineering, economics, health
and human sciences courses to over 6,200 students across two sites. As a family-friendly university
on a green campus that is one of the loveliest in Germany, we offer attractive working conditions.
Magdeburg, the City on the Elbe and once an imperial residence, has always appealed to creative
minds from the sciences, culture and politics. This is equally true of our second location: the
Hanseatic town of Stendal, the birthplace of Winckelmann and the capital of Brick Gothic.
Subject to the availability of funding, Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences is seeking to
fill, at the earliest opportunity, the following post in the Department of Social Work, Health and
W2 Professorship in Social and
Administrative Law with the
Emphasis on Youth Welfare Law
The Department of Social Work, Health and Media has an interdisciplinary focus and offers basic
and advanced BA and MA degree programmes in different disciplines.
The holder of the advertised post will take responsibility for teaching and research primarily on the
BA programme in Social Work as well as other programmes offered by the department. The
professorship in law focuses on social and administrative law, combined with an emphasis on youth
welfare law. Experience in practical application is desirable. Teaching and research should both
reflect upon gender and diversity constructs as well as life course-related aspects. In keeping with
the alignment of the department, the post holder will be expected to engage in cooperation with
welfare and health care institutions in the region on teaching-related projects and in research, and,
over and above this, to take an active interest in academic self-governance.
The international orientation of the department and the option of providing foreign-language classes
mean that an excellent knowledge of English is desirable.
General Conditions of Employment:
The conditions of employment for professors are contained in § 35 of the Higher Education Act of
Saxony-Anhalt (HSG LSA) dated 05.05.2004 and most recently amended by the Act Amending the
Provisions of Higher Education Law dated 26.07.2010 (official gazette 19/2010).
The ability to conduct scientific work must have been demonstrated by the conferral of a doctorate.
In particular, for professors in universities of applied sciences, it is the case that in accordance with §
35 para. 2 no. 4b (HSG LSA), specific achievements in the application or development of scientific
knowledge and methods must have been demonstrated in professional practice of several years
duration, of which at least three years must have been outside the higher education sphere.
Remuneration is in accordance with W2 of Remuneration Order W from the Act Reforming
Remuneration Law in the State of Saxony-Anhalt (BesNeuRG LSA, official gazette 04/2011) as
A further requirement is that professors should be prepared to take on teaching responsibilities in
their subject area on other courses at the university. A commitment to technology and knowledge
transfer and university self-governance is also expected. Professors should be prepared to reside
within the university’s catchment area.
Subject to fulfilment of the requirements, the successful candidate would be appointed to the rank of
civil servant with unlimited tenure or alternatively to an unlimited employment relationship under
private law, in accordance with § 38 para. 1 line 9 HSG LSA.
Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences is seeking to increase the proportion of women
among its scientific personnel and therefore expressly encourages qualified women to apply. In the
event of equal professional suitability and achievements, severely disabled persons take precedence
over applicants who are not granted preferential status by law.
Should you have any questions regarding the post, please contact Professor Dr. Dieter Masberg
(tel.: +49 (0)391 886 4316 or email: email@example.com).
Please send your application quoting the reference number, and including your curriculum vitae and
a description of your professional and academic development including teaching activities and list of
publications by no later than 14.06.2018 to:
39011 Magdeburg, Germany
Or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(one document in PDF format, max. 10 MB)