The Senior Lecturer is expected to participate in and develop nuclear physics teaching and related research. We are looking for a talented individual carrying out internationally-recognised high-level research in experimental nuclear structure physics. The research topics should connect well with the existing research directions in the Accelerator Laboratory of the University of Jyväskylä, but we are also open to new additions to the research portfolio of the laboratory.
The duties of the Senior Lecturer include teaching tasks at the basic, Bachelor’s and Master’s level of the Department of Physics. Participation in the continuous development of teaching and the curriculum as well as other administrative tasks and academic responsibilities are also part of the duties of the Senior Lecturer. The Senior Lecturer conducts independent research, supervises theses at all levels and applies for external funding, which is used to support doctoral and post-doctoral researchers.
We appreciate the evidence of excellent international-level scientific research and publishing, international networking, outreach activities, fundraising, teaching and supervision, and teaching development. Teaching in the department of physics is conducted in Finnish and English. Therefore, the ability to teach in one of these languages is required, along with the ability for scientific communications in English. In addition, the good command of Finnish or a strong motivation to learn it will be considered an asset.
The duties, qualification requirements and language skills of a senior lecturer are stipulated by the University of Jyväskylä Regulations and language skills guidelines. Senior Lecturers are expected to hold a doctoral degree.
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