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Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe
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OWL University of Applied Sciences is one of the most research-oriented universities of applied sciences in Germany. With more than 6,700 students and 700 employees in Lemgo, Detmold, Höxter and Warburg, it is an important part of Ostwestfalen-Lippe (OWL) as a region that is highly dynamic in various branches of science and economy. With its unique fields of study and research it is an organization that meets the highest quality standards. At the same time it is an attractive research partner.
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W2-Professorship
Beverage Technology

Code number: 4.8
Department: Life Science Technologies
Location: Lemgo
Start: As soon as possible

Your duties:
As a lecturer, you are responsible for courses in Beverage Technology, such as ‘Fruit Juice Technology‘ and ‘Sensory Analysis for Food Technologists‘; further expertise, e.g. in the field of ‘Packaging Technology‘, ‘Digitization in the Food Industry‘, or ‘Liquid Food‘ is desirable.

Your profile:
You graduated with a doctorate in Beverage Technology, Food Technology, or in a related area of exspertise. Relevant industrial experience is required.

Employment requirements:
You meet the requirements of § 36 Hochschulgesetz NRW. The text of this regulation can be found at the university‘s homepage www.hs-owl.de/karriere. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Henning (Phone: +49 5261 702-5124).

OWL University of Applied Sciences represents the principle of quality through diversity and wishes to increase the proportion of women among its scientific staff. We would be pleased to support you with our dual career and family service which aims at increasing the compatibility between professional and personal life.

Severely handicapped applicants will be given priority if they are equally qualified.
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Closing date: 28.06.2017
Closing date: 28 June 2017 Published on academics.com on date 18 May 2017
In your application, please refer to academics.com