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Professorship for Construction Management - Business Administration (building and real estate), Sustainability and Digitalization in Construction Industry

Koblenz University of Applied Sciences (www.hs-koblenz.de) with its locations in Koblenz, Remagen and Höhr-Grenzhausen offers higher education programs, postgraduate courses and applied research with a comprehensive range of contact teaching and distance learning courses.
The faculty of building-art-materials (department: Civil Engineering) based at the Koblenz campus (RMC) are looking for the following professorship at the earliest possible date:

 

Professorship for Construction Management - Business Administration (building and real estate), Sustainability and Digitalization in Construction Industry (Salary grade W 2)
  

Part-time employment is generally possible.    

The position holder represents the subject area in teaching and research. We are looking for a qualified personality with comprehensive competence and occupational experience in the handling of challenging construction projects.

In addition to pedagogical-didactic aptitude, the prerequisites are a university degree in the context of the advertised position, e.g. Civil Engineering, Architecture or Industrial Engineering as well as a special aptitude for scientific research, which is evidenced by a qualified doctorate degree or by an equivalent aptitude for scientific work.


Profound knowledge in the fields of Construction Management and Business Administration is required as well as in Industrial Engineering and Project Management. Due to the strategic orientation of the teaching fields, knowledge in sustainability and digitalization in construction industry is expected.
In addition to the above-mentioned construction business topics, the professorship also includes the teaching of basics of Building Information Modelling (BIM).

A high quality of teaching and supporting the students in their learning processes is an important concern for us. This includes the readiness for blended learning, online teaching and teaching evaluation, the implementation of teaching in German and English and a weekly on-site presence, which ensures qualified advice and regular contact with students as well as participation in the self-governing bodies of the university.
The applicant is expected to agree with the mission statement, the diversity and quality concept of the university.

The hiring requirements for professors result from § 49 of the Higher Education Act of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate (HochSchG).

Koblenz University of Applied Sciences advocates diversity, equal opportunities and work-life balance. Koblenz University of Applied Sciences promotes women. Women will be given preferential consideration in the case of equivalent suitability, ability and professional performance, as there is an under-representation in the area of professorships at Koblenz University of Applied Sciences (§ 3 para. 8 State Equal Opportunities Act RLP). Therefore, qualified female academics are expressly invited to apply. Severely disabled persons are given preference in the case of equal suitability.
Please send your informative application documents by 03/10/2023 in one PDF file by e-mail to the Dean of the faculty, Professor Jürgen Quarg-Vonscheidt, email: quarg(at)hs-koblenz.de.


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56075 Koblenz, Deutschland
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