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Professorship (W2) "Transport Planning / Transport Logistics"
You will teach at the Department of Civil Engineering (Bachelor / Master) focusing on transport planning (road and rail) and transport logistics.
You will also supervise and further develop the subjects of Surveying and Geographical Information Systems, ideally taking on additional basic subjects.
We are also confident that you will be involved in application-oriented research in the area of transport and logistics.
In addition to organising and delivering continuing education courses at the Department, you will also be involved in university self-government.
Your expertise is based on your degree in Civil Engineering and a recognised doctorate.
You also have several years’ professional experience in transport, ideally in engineering companies, as well as practical knowledge in the areas of road design and the rail transport system.
You have solid experience in producing transport-related studies and expert opinions.
You also have knowledge of computer-based methods for designing traffic routes and for visualising complex traffic flows.
We offer you:
We offer you a permanent professorship for your highly responsible position.
We will provide support in the form of innovative teaching and research concepts.
You will have the opportunity to secure research and externally funded projects at one of the most research-intensive universities of applied sciences.
You can also look forward to a wide range of opportunities to become involved in university self-government.
In order to enable you to concentrate fully on your task, we ensure family-friendly conditions.
We look forward to receiving your online-application by 16 July 2017.
If you have any questions, please contact: Lisa Wosberg (firstname.lastname@example.org or +49251/83-64429).
Please refer to our website (www.fh-muenster.de/professur) to find out more about the conditions governing the appointment and other information.
We would welcome the chance to promote women, and equally look forward to receiving applications from people with disabilities!