About the position
At the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, we have a vacancy for a 100% permanent position as Professor/Associate Professor in Medicine (Obesity and Metabolism).
The position is at theDepartment of Clinical and Molecular Medicine.
You willreportto the head of department.
Duties of the position
The appointee is expected to teach within their relevant expertise across all study programmes at the Faculty.
The person appointed must comply with the decisions about changes due to developments in the subject area, and the organizational changes that may result from decisions regarding the university's activities.
Required selection criteria
The position of Professorwithin obesity and metabolism requires that you meet the criteria in theRegulations concerning appointment and promotion to teaching and research posts section 1-2.
In addition to formal qualifications in teaching at university level, you must document
For appointment as a professor, an academic level conforming to establishednational standardsis required
The position of Associate Professor within obesity and metabolism requires that you meet the criteria in theRegulations concerning appointment and promotion to teaching and research posts section 1-4.
You will be expected to deliver high-quality teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and undertake supervision of Masters and Doctoral candidates. Evaluation of these skills will be based on documented experience and relevant teaching qualifications. Applicants with teaching experience at university level are preferred. Quality and breadth of the teaching qualifications will be evaluated.
NTNU is committed to following evaluation criteria for research quality according toThe San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment - DORA.This means that we pay special attention to the quality and professional breadth of these works. We also consider experience from research management and participation in research projects.
You must document relevant basic competence forteaching and supervision at university/higher education-level. If this cannot be documented, you are required to complete an approved course in university teaching within two years of commencement. NTNU offers qualifying courses.
It is a prerequisite that within three years of appointment, new employees who do not speak a Scandinavian language can demonstrate skills in Norwegian or another Scandinavian language equivalent to level three in thecourse for Norwegian for speakers of other languages at the Department of Language and Literature at NTNU.
Please see theRegulations concerning appointment and promotion to teaching and research posts for general criteria for the position.
Preferred selection criteria
In the assessment of the best qualified applicant, we will emphasize education, experience and personal suitability as well as your motivation for the position.
Salary and conditions
In a position as professor (code 1013) you will normally be remunerated from gross NOK 704 900,- to NOK 900 000,- per year,depending on qualifications and seniority. From the salary, 2% is deducted as a contribution to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund.
In a position as associate professor (code 1011) you will normally be remunerated from gross NOK 573 100,- to NOK 704 900,- per year,depending on qualifications and seniority. From the salary, 2% is deducted as a contribution to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund.
The engagement is to be made in accordance with the regulations in force concerning State Employees and Civil Servants, and the acts relating to Control of the Export of Strategic Goods, Services and Technology. Candidates who by assessment of the application and attachment are seen to conflict with the criteria in the latter law will be prohibited from recruitment to NTNU. After the appointment you must assume that there may be changes in the area of work.
It is a prerequisite that you can be present at and accessible to the institution on a daily basis.
About the application
The application and supporting documentation must be in English.
Please note that applications are only evaluated based on the information available on the application deadline. You should ensure that your application shows clearly how your skills and experience meet the criteria which are set out above.
If, for any reason, you have taken a career break or have had an atypical career and wish to disclose this in your application, the selection committee will take this into account, recognizing that the quantity of your research may be reduced as a result.
The application must include:
Joint works will be considered. If it is difficult to identify your contribution to joint works, you must attach a brief description of your participation.
Your application will be considered by an expert committee and the most suitable applicants will be invited to interview and to deliver a lecture.
A good working environment is characterized by diversity. We encourage qualified candidates to apply, regardless of their gender, functional capacity or cultural background. NTNU wishes to increase the proportion of women in its academic positions, and women are therefore encouraged to apply.
As an employee at NTNU, you must at all times adhere to the changes that the development in the subject entails and the organizational changes that are adopted.
Under the Freedom of Information Act (offentleglova), your name, age, position and municipality may be made public even if you have requested not to have your name entered on the list of applicants.
If you have any questions about the position, please contact head of department Torstein Baade R, telephone +47 99 61 40 25, firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions about the recruitment process, please contact Yngve Lorentzen, e-mail:email@example.com
Please submit your application and supporting documentation via jobbnorge.no.
Application deadline: 15.09.2020
The city of Trondheimis a modern European city with a rich cultural scene. Trondheim is the innovation capital of Norway with a population of 200,000. The Norwegian welfare state, including healthcare, schools, kindergartens and overall equality, is probably the best of its kind in the world. Professional subsidized day-care for children is easily available. Furthermore, Trondheim offers great opportunities for education (including international schools) and possibilities to enjoy nature, culture and family life and has low crime rates and clean air quality.
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The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) creates knowledge for a better world and solutions that can change everyday life.
The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (MH) is one of NTNUs largest faculties with about 1800 employees (
1300 full-time equivalents). The Facultys main activities are education and research in close integration with St Olavs Hospital. For further information, see:https://www.ntnu.edu/mh.
Deadline15th September2020EmployerNTNU - Norwegian University of Science and TechnologyMunicipalityTrondheimScopeFulltimeDurationPermanentJobbnorge ID186952
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