Professorship in “Social Work in Precarious Situations” at the Department of Social Work
What to expect:
You will teach current theories and concepts of social work in precarious situations in our Bachelor’s and Mas-ter’s programmes at the Department of Social Work, focusing on assistance to the homeless and offenders.
Target group-specific research is another field that interests you.
You enjoy applying to interdisciplinary contexts the expertise gained in the course of your practical professional and academic work.
You will also contribute to self-government at the department and to the further development of degree programmes, and will be involved in academic continuing education.
It is quite natural for you to deliver courses involving digital technology, possibly also in English.
Your expertise is underpinned by a degree in Social Work or a comparable qualification.
You additionally completed your doctorate with above-average success.
We value your relevant professional experience.
Ideally, you have extensive experience in teaching, and are familiar with applying for external funding and collaborating in research projects.
A network of partners from the field rounds off your profile.
We offer you:
A permanent W2 professorship on civil servant conditions will enable you to make a valuable contribution to teaching, research and university management.
You will be able to strike a healthy balance between work and leisure / family life.
We offer an extensive portfolio of didactical further training opportunities, enabling you to continue gaining skills.
You can look forward to an exciting challenge as part of our team; dedicated colleagues will assist you from the very beginning.
We look forward to receiving your online-application by 22 June 2022.
If you have any questions, please contact: Wolfgang Bursch (firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 2551 9 62114).
Please refer here to find out more about the conditions governing the appointment and other information about the professorship.
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