Here you will find the current job vacancies of the Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences and its institutes.
In pursuit of the goal of attracting particularly highly qualified junior researchers to the University, the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences Faculty at Tübingen University invites applications for the position of
Professor (W 2) of Education Science, focusing on Adult Education and Advanced Professional Training,
to commence on 01.04.2019 or later; the position is initially limited to 3 years, with a possible further extension until 31.03.2024 at the latest.
The preferred candidate will represent a broad spectrum in research and teaching in the academic field of adult education and advanced professional training; he/she must have a proven track record in the field. He/she will be expected to collaborate in Education and interdisciplinary research within both the institute and the faculty and with the German Institute for Adult Education - Leibniz Centre for Lifelong Learning in Bonn. The preferred candidate will be involved in all the institute’s study programs and in the training of students in teaching-degree programs.
Required qualifications include a PhD or equivalent international degree and postdoctoral qualifications equivalent to the requirements for tenure. This includes evidence of teaching effectiveness.
The University of Tübingen is particularly interested in increasing the share of women in research and teaching and therefore strongly encourages women candidates to apply. Applications from equally qualified candidates with disabilities will be given preference.
In line with its internationalization agenda, the university welcomes applications from researchers outside Germany. The rights, duties and appointment requirements for this professorship arise from the LHG Baden-Württemberg, the state law regulating higher education matters. The decision on extension of the professorship shall be made by the President’s Office based on the suggestion of the Faculty.
Applications including all required documents (résumé, copies of certificates, lists of publications, third-party funding, cooperation arrangements and teaching experience as well as teaching appraisal sheets), an application form (http://www.wiso.uni-tuebingen.de/dekanat/service/downloads.html) as well as three publications, preferably research papers, should be sent to: berufung by January 22, 2019. Enquiries may also be directed to the Dean Prof. Dr. Josef Schmid @wiso.uni-tuebingen.dedekan. @wiso.uni-tuebingen.de
Here you will find the application in PDF-format.
The Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences – Hector Research - Institute for Education Sciences and Psychology – at the University of Tübingen invites applications for the position of
W 2-Professorship for Educational Effectiveness/Educational Trajectories
The position is due to commence on April 1, 2019 or later.
The successful candidate will be employed for a limited time period of six years with the status of temporary civil servant (Beamtenverhältnis auf Zeit). He/ she will have a teaching load of nine teaching hours per week.
This professorship is in the field of education sciences in Tübingen, with a focus on educational effectiveness/educational trajectories in school-relevant areas, and focusing in particular on one of the main fields of research at the institute (educational effectiveness/competence modeling, motivational and personality development in the school context, instructional quality, giftedness, methodology in education sciences/psychology).
The successful candidate will be involved in the following study programs: Master of Education Science and Psychology, Bachelor Education Science and Social Work/Adult Education, and the educational training of teaching students (Lehramt). Required qualifications include a postdoctoral qualification in psychology, education science, sociology, or equivalent scientific achievement and a demonstrated aptitude for teaching.
Close collaboration is expected within the Hector Institute of Education Science, as is participation and cooperation with the members of the LEAD Graduate School & Research Networks.
Tübingen University is particularly interested in applications from female candidates for this position and therefore, strongly encourages women to apply.
In line with its internationalization agenda, the university welcomes applications from re-searchers outside Germany.
Disabled candidates will be given preference over other equally qualified applicants.
Applications are to be submitted, preferably in electronic form, with the usual documents (CV; copies of degrees; list of publications, third-party funding, cooperation projects, and courses taught; teaching evaluations; teaching and research plans; and the application form), as well as three publications, preferably research papers, by January 22, 2019 to the Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Prof. Dr. Josef Schmid, Nauklerstraße 48, 72074 Tübingen or berufung. Enquiries may also be directed to the Dean Prof. Dr. Josef Schmid @firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications may be submitted at the same time for the tenure-track professorship and the W2 professorship.
Here you will find the application in PDF-format.
Appointment to a tenure-track professorship is only possible until a maximum of 3 years after completing the doctorate. Applications may be submitted at the same time for the tenure-track professorship and the W2 professorship.
Here you will find the application form.
Please take notice of the additional information regarding tenure track professorships in the application documents below.
In the first round of the Bund-Länder Program for Supporting Junior Researchers, the University of Tübingen obtained funding for 12 professorships. On this website, we have collected the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences’ calls for applications in this program and future calls for applications for tenure-track professorships as well as additional information. Please note that there is a quality assurance concept for the evaluation of tenure-track professors that has been coordinated with the Ministry. For every call for applications for a professorship, there is also a catalog of criteria that is published together with the call.
The new Baden-Württemberg State Higher Education Act will include the category of tenure-track professor as of the spring of 2018 in Sec. 51b. Until then, the term had been “assistant professor with tenure track”. That is why it is possible for those persons who hold such W1 positions to call themselves and be called tenure-track professors. This call for applications is to fill such a tenure-track professorship. It is possible to receive supplements to the basic salary for W1 positions and thus also for tenure-track professors.