2 dagen geleden - Universiteit van Amsterdam (UvA) - Amsterdam
The Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, one of six research schools of the Faculty of Humanities, has a vacant PhD position as part of the ERC …
Management of the Faculty
You will be supported in your responsibilities by the Faculty Board, which includes two Vice-Deans, the Faculty Director and a student member. You’ll meet with the Heads of Department on ...
Management of the Faculty
You will be supported in your responsibilities by the Faculty Board, which includes two Vice-Deans, the Faculty Director and a student member. You’ll meet with the Heads of Department on a periodic basis. You also act as the formal point of contact for the Council.
To develop and enhance the faculty's strategy in the field of teaching, research and valorisation, in accordance to the University's strategy:
To create momentum and internal cohesion:
Given the current composition of the Faculty Board and of the Executive Board and the other Deans, a female is preferred for this position.
The position offered is on a fulltime basis for a period of four years, with the possibility of one extension. The maximum monthly salary will be €9,375 on the basis of full-time work, with a further supplement of maximum 15 per cent. Additionally, Utrecht University offers an attractive package of secondary employment benefits. The salary and benefits are based on the collective labour agreement for Dutch universities and the Dutch law: WNT.
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Applications will be considered by the selection committee in early November. Perrett Laver will conduct preliminary discussions with longlisted candidates and the selection committee will then meet to decide on a shortlist of candidates in early December. These individuals will subsequently be invited for informal sessions and for formal interview in end December or early January. Selection of and negotiations with the preferred candidate will take place thereafter.
Utrecht University (1636) is a European research university that prides itself in providing excellence in teaching and education. The University is a member of the League of European Research Universities, and has achieved the highest position of any Dutch university in the international rankings. The University's teaching and research activities are closely integrated and are rooted in issues relating to science and society. The University has identified four core values: ambition - inspiration - commitment - independence; these values have been translated into a code of conduct for staff and students. Utrecht University published its Strategic Plan 2016-2020 in July 2016, charting the course for the University's development over the coming years.
The University has formed strategic alliances with a number of other institutions such as UMC Utrecht, Eindhoven University of Technology, the University of Toronto and the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
The University is organised in accordance with the Netherlands Higher Education and Research Act, and its organisational procedures are set down in governance and management regulations. The Executive Board oversees the management of the University. The University has seven faculties: Medicine - Veterinary Medicine - Science - Geosciences – Social and Behavioural Sciences - Law, Economics & Governance - Humanities, plus the University College and the Roosevelt Academy; the Faculty of Medicine is integrated within University Medical Centre Utrecht. Each of the individual faculties is managed by the Dean of the respective Faculty. The University has two university-wide services: the University Library and the University Administration. Employee and student participation are organised at the University level by means of the University Council and the University Labour Representation Board; the Faculty Board and Programme Committees have a role in this at the Faculty level.
The aspirations, choices and opportunities identified for the Faculty in the short and medium term are set out in the Strategic Plan Faculty of Science 2017-2021 Excellent & Relevant. The Faculty also contributes to achieving the goals and aspirations set out in the Utrecht University Strategic Plan 2016-2020.