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Endowed Professor Orthopedagogics (0,66 fte) –
The Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies of the Erasmus University Rotterdam invites applicants for an endowed professor position in Orthopedagogics. The Horizon chair Evidence based youth care and education is financed by the ...
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The Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies of the Erasmus University Rotterdam invites applicants for an endowed professor position in Orthopedagogics.
The Horizon chair Evidence based youth care and education is financed by the Stichting Gereformeerd Burgerweeshuis van Rotterdam.
The main tasks will be the design and supervision of studies in the area of orthopedagogics. The focus is on the development and empirical evaluation of interventions in the field of youth care and education. Research is embedded in the programs of Horzion (www.horizon.eu/). Central questions are What Works for Whom, How and under What Circumstances? There will be a strong collaboration with Horizon. A focus will be on innovations in education and youth care and the implementation of research findings. Another main task will be teaching activities within the Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies (Section Clinical Child and Family Studies) in the area of orthopedagogics, including supervision of research of PhD and master students. Further, endowed professors are expected to apply for external funding.
• A PhD-degree in a relevant area; individuals with experience in the area of Clinical Child and Family Studies, especially special youth care and education are particularly encouraged to respond;
• To be well informed about national and international developments in the field of evidence based youth care and education;
• Clinical qualifications are preferred;
• Substantial experience with youth care research and intervention research;
• A substantial national and international network in this area;
• A substantial list of (ISI) publications in renowned international peer-reviewed journals in a relevant field of research;
• Successful experiences in starting new research;
• Successful in the acquisition of research funding;
• National publications
• Ample experience with supervision of PhD students until the completion of their thesis;
• Relevant teaching experience and the ability to teach high quality;
• Excellent and elaborate knowledge of, and experience with, a wide range of research methods, both qualitative and quantitative;
• Strong communication skills;
• Excellent command of Dutch
A dynamic job in a young and enthusiastic team. The employment terms are defined in the “Collective terms of employment of the Dutch University (CAO NU)”. The salary is dependent on your experience and expertise. We are studying the importance of parenting for normal and abnormal development from a lifespan perspective. Because of the international developments such as an English bachelor and master program we are currently growing and can attract new faculty in the near future.
You can obtain more information about the Department of Psychology, Education & Child studies on http://www.eur.nl/essb/english/pedagogicalsciences/ and https://www.eur.nl/essb/english/psychology/,
respectively. You will find specific information about the research of the clinical psychology department on https://www.eur.nl/essb/pedagogische_wetenschappen/research/
For further information you can contact Prof. dr. Peter Prinzie, professor of Orthopedagogics, e-mail: email@example.com
To apply, please send your application letter with your CV by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to submit your complete application is: 22 January 2018. Please mention “endowed professor Orthopedagogics”. Screening will start immediately after the application deadline and continue until the position is filled. Selected candidates will be invited to an interview with a selection committee.
Working at Erasmus University Rotterdam.
The Erasmus University Rotterdam offers a professional environment in which your growth and development are encouraged by means of an active career and mobility policy. Flexibility has a high priority: we have a 38-hour working week with flexible working hours, and opportunities for part-time work and parental leave. The salary is in accordance with the collective labour agreement (CAO) for Dutch Universities (Endowed Professor: minimum € 5485,- gross and maximum € 7072,- gross salary a month). We also offer a flexible pension scheme, the opportunity to join our salary savings scheme and advantageous group insurance. Employees are welcome to use our various high quality facilities, such as the sports centre and the library. For additional information about Erasmus University, visit www.eur.nl.
The expertise of Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) is concentrated in the fields of Business Administration, Economics, Medicine and Health Sciences, Law, Social Sciences, History, Culture and Communication, and Philosophy. In addition to the initial degree programmes and scientific research, the University offers specific postgraduate study programmes and courses. Erasmus University has around 25,000 students and some 2,700 staff members.
The Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies provides education and research in the area of pedagogical and psychological sciences and is embedded within the Faculty of Social Science. The education is characterized by a successful and innovative didactical approach: problem based learning in combination with extensive professional and academic skills training. Our bachelor and master tracks receive top rankings each year.
The focus of both the educational and research program for the Clinical Child and Family Studies section is complex (problematic) behavior in an urban context. Our mission is to conduct research on the complex interplay of parenting, biology and personality on child adaptive and maladaptive development from infancy to emerging adulthood. Using a life span perspective, we study the effects of environmental (parents, peers), biological (epigenetics, brain structure, cortisol), and parent and child personality factors on behavioral maladjustment, including internalizing and externalizing behavior, as well as behavioral adjustment, focusing specifically on prosocial and moral development. For this purpose we use data of two unique longitudinal studies: the Flemish Study on Parenting, Personality and Development and the Generation-R Study. In addition, the effectiveness of evidence-based interventions is studied to support parents of children with developmental disorders. The department has an excellent laboratory (including EEG and eyetracking).