Assistant Professor in Electrical or Electronics Engineering (0.8 - 1.0 FTE)
Updated: 25 Feb 2021
UCR is recruiting faculty for the development and execution of the Engineering major within the Liberal Arts and Sciences context. We are building a team that will revolutionize our tried and tested approach to the Liberal Arts and Sciences by adding a focus on technology to it.
The Engineering major combines discipline-oriented courses with a hands-on interdisciplinary projects approach. We are looking for a colleague who believes that teaching and learning is at the heart of the university, who has research experience in a relevant field, and affinity with project-based learning. In this vacancy we are looking for a Lecturer at Assistant Professor level with a PhD in Electrical or Electronics Engineering with an interest in digital electronics and sensing and control.
Research at UCR is strongly focused on strengthening and innovating teaching and learning. Engagement in more fundamental research is done in association with research institutes at Utrecht University and other universities.
The ideal candidate has:
- a PhD in Electrical or Electronics Engineering;
- preferably some teaching experience at University Bachelor's level;
- excellent English language skills, both written and spoken: a minimum of CEF-level C1;
- affinity with Project Based Learning;
- affinity with the Liberal Arts and Sciences and its approach to teaching.
We offer a 3-year appointment (0.8 - 1.0 FTE: 30.4 - 38 hours per week) as an Assistant Professor (UD) at UCR in Middelburg. The first year will be a probationary period; following a positive assessment in the first year, the position will be extended for two more years. After three years a decision will be made whether or not to continue the position.
The gross salary - depending on previous qualifications and experience - ranges between €2,790 and €5,826 (scale 10-12 according to the Collective Labour Agreement Dutch Universities) per month for a full-time employment. Commuting costs within the Netherlands will be partly reimbursed. Furthermore, UCR offers secondary benefits such as:
- an end-of-year bonus (8.3%);
- a holiday allowance (8%);
- pension arrangement at ABP;
- multiple choices model;
- holiday leave hours of 232 per year based on a fulltime employment.
30 - 38 hours per week