Université d’Innsbruck, Autriche
Contrat de 6 ans
Applicants must have a doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in musicology (specialised in ethnomusicology). Moreover, applicants must have acquired postdoctoral experience and merits beyond their dissertation and conducted field research in non-European music cultures. A distinguished list of publications, experience with third-party funded projects, academic mobility and evidence of university teaching are also expected. Fluent spoken and written language skills in German and English are required, as well as knowledge of at least one further language. Applicants must demonstrate outstanding management, communication and leadership skills as well as capacity for teamwork. *Application* The application should include a detailed research concept in the field of ethnomusicology to a “Habilitation” level (maximum of 5 pages; if the project is in progress, please note its current state) and a teaching curriculum for a class of your choice according to the University´s Bachelor programme for Musicology (https://www.uibk.ac.at/musikwissenschaft/studium/bachelor.html.en). In your list of publications please highlight the five most relevant pieces and attach one reading sample (an article or a book chapter). *Tenure-Track model* The vacant post offers a continuous scientific career up to an associate professor. A key component of this tenure track model is the so called « Qualifizierungsvereinbarung » (qualification agreement). This agreement shall be concluded as the case may be at the latest one year after being employed. More information: https://www.uibk.ac.at/forschung/qualifizierungsvereinbarung.
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The full, legally binding call for application (in German) including the salary can be found here:
The University of Innsbruck is committed to raising the quota of female employees and therefore explicitly welcomes applications from qualified female scientists. In the case of female underrepresentation women with equal qualifications will be given priority.
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