Junior Professorship (W1/Assistant Professor) for Pedagogy in the context of intellectual and/or physical disabilities with tenure-track to W3 (m/f/d)

WorkplaceMainz, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
The Landau Campus of the University of Koblenz-Landau and Technische Universität Kaiserslau- . We are looking for you to help us as early as . The

Faculty 5

Educational Sciences
at the

Campus Landau
invites applications for

a Junior Professorship (W1/Assistant Professor) for Pedagogy in the context of intellectual and/or physical disabilities with tenure-track to W3.
The position at the

Institute for Special Needs Education
is to be filled

as soon as possible


We are looking for candidates who will make innovative contributions to research in the field of . During the first phase of employ- ment, the teaching load is 4 hours per semester (SWS); after the intermediate evaluation, the teach-. Teaching responsibilities lie mostly in the B.A. and M.A. teacher-training courses.
The Landau Campus is the only university in Rhineland-Palatinate that . The Institute for Special Needs Educa- tion is currently undergoing thematic and personal re-structuring.
Therefore, we are looking for a . Ideal candidates not only strengthen the institute’s research agenda by adding their individual re- search foci but also by connecting with the institute’s overarching research theme ("Learning and .


Applicants have to meet the requirements of the Hochschulgesetz (Rhineland-Palatinate Higher Education Act; HochSchG). These include a post-graduate degree in special needs education, ide- ally in the context of intellectual and/or physical disabilities, or a related subject, a doctorate in edu-. Positions with pedagogical and/or didactic responsibilities in teacher-training shall be filled with candidates who have at least three years of teaching experience at the primary or secondary school level.
Applicants . First aca- demic publications and teaching experience complete the profile of successful candidates. German is language of instruction in teacher-training courses. Candidates are expected to have the . Terms of academic work after completion of the doctorate shall not exceed six years. Junior professors are hired as temporary public servants for a term of six years. In the fourth year of employment, their teaching and research record will be evaluated to give them feedback on their . A tenure-evaluation will take place at the end of the six-year term of employment. Upon positive evaluation, the junior professor is promoted to a permanent W3-professorship if the legal require- ments of the Hochschulgesetz (Rhineland-Palatinate Higher Education Act; in particular § 50 Abs.
5 S. 6 HochSchG) and the general public service requirements are fulfilled. The state of Rhineland-Palatinate and the University of Koblenz-Landau are committed to a policy of intense personal mentoring for students and therefore expect a strong presence of teaching staff . The university is committed to equal employment opportunities and strongly encourages women to . Given equal qualification and aptitude for the position, female applicants are hired preferentially as long as underrepresentation persists and unless serious grounds outweigh . Applicants with disabilities will be considered preferentially as long as they are equally qualified.

Please submit your complete application documents (academic curriculum vitae, certificates and .) to

Personalreferat der Universität Koblenz-Landau, Präsidialamt, Rhabanusstr. 3, 55118 Mainz
or as a single pdf-file to

bewerbunguni-koblenz-landau.de no later than 31.05.2022
stating the

reference number 22/2022
. For further information please contact the Dean of the Faculty of Educational Sciences, Prof. Dr. Anja Wildemann (tel.
+49 (0)6341 280 32250, fb5uni-landau.de).

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