Teaching at both master and bachelor level including the guidance of students during internships
Supervision of master students during their research and design activities
Research in relation to innovation in/for teaching at secondary or higher education
Publishing in journals and presenting at conferences.
Eindhoven School of Education (ESoE) is the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) expertise center in the field of professional development of (future) teachers in the science and engineering domain.
ESoE is active in the following three domains:
ESoE offers a master's program in Science Education and Communication, which includes teacher education in mathematics, physics, chemistry, research and design, or computer science. After graduating, students are qualified to teach in upper secondary education.
It is also possible to acquire a 'tweedegraads' qualification (for teaching at lower secondary level) during the Bachelor programme, or to choose subjects from the Eindhoven School of Education as free electives.
ESoE conducts scientific research in professional development of future teachers, particularly with regard to STEM education.
ESoE supports and fosters educational innovations through professional development, consultancy and cooperation at TU/e and educational institutions in the region.
Completed PhD in Mathematics, Physics or Chemistry Education
Experience /affinity in teacher education and innovation of higher STEM education
Good team player
a full-time/0.8 development track for a period of 5 years; when receiving a positive evaluation after 4 years, a permanent position will be available.
a gross monthly salary between € 3,475,- and € 4,757,- based on a full-time appointment and based on background and experience; plus yearly 8% holiday allowance and 8.3% end-of-year allowance;
enrolment into a program to acquire an official teaching certification from Dutch Universities (Basic Qualification Teaching);
an attractive package of fringe benefits (including an excellent technical infrastructure, moving expenses, savings schemes, and excellent sports facilities).
For more information about the position, please contact prof. dr. Birgit Pepin (firstname.lastname@example.org
or +31 (0)628724727).
For more information about the conditions of employment, please contact Marjolein von Reth (HR-advisor), email@example.com
or +31 (0) 40 247 5722.
The application should contain the following:an application letter outlining the motivation and qualification for the post
a detailed Curriculum Vitae (including publications)
a copy of or link to the PhD thesis
names of 2-3 referees
The selection procedure will start as soon as possible after March 21, 2018. The successful candidate is expected to start working as soon as possible.
You can apply via the 'apply now' at the top of this page. Via e-mail submitted applications will not be accepted.