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Professorship (W2) of Technical and Business English
Published(831 days ago)
Deadline for applications(803 days ago)
Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon OhmNürnberg
The Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in
Germany and is known for its wide range of degree programs, interdisciplinary research, application-oriented teaching, as well as its international orientation.
The Faculty of Applied Mathematics, Physics and Humanities is seeking to appoint a
Professor (m/f) of Technical and Business English at pay grade W2, as of the winter semester 2017/18 (beginning October 1, 2017) or later.
Qualifications / Responsibilities:
The successful applicant shall take responsibility for and coordinate the education in English as the technical
language for various degree programs at the TH Nürnberg. Verifiable, established skills in the terminology of one
or more technical areas and in business English are a prerequisite as well as verified capabilities as a level C2
or native speaker. In addition, international work experience and/or teaching experience in English as a foreign
language is expected. The successful applicant will engage themselves in the academic self-administration of the
Faculty and will contribute to the administration of the Language Center at the TH Nürnberg.
Applications, including all the usual documentation (CV, transcripts, proof of previous
professional employment and academic or scientific work) are to be submitted by June 8, 2017 to the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics, Physics and
Humanities (Tel. +49 911 5880-1259) of the Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg
Simon Ohm, Postfach 21 03 20, D-90121 Nürnberg.
A more detailed description of the professorship and the qualifications we seek can be found on the TH Nürnberg homepage: