In the course of implementing inclusive education in Lower Saxony, the state of Lower Saxony provides financing for the development of teacher training and empirical research on Special Needs Education. The Department of Special Needs Education and Rehabilitation, School for Educational and Social Sciences (Faculty I), at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg will be gradually expanded by eight new professorships in Special Needs Education. Applications are invited from outstanding, highly qualified scholars, with excellent didactic and social skills, to engage in research and teaching. In the research domain, the successful candidate will be expected to further develop the profile of the Faculty (Participation and Education) and of the Department (Participation and Dropout in Education and Rehabilitation) with his or her own empirical contributions and will support research efforts of the Association of Education Sciences and Didactics in cooperation with the Didactics Centre. Evidence-based research focusing on the field of special education is preferred. Teaching duties will include developing the full range of the discipline, with special emphasis on inclusion and didactic topics (cross-category Bachelor's in Special Needs Education/Master of Education in Special Needs Education, Master in Rehabilitation Pedagogy, specialisation in Inclusion). Candidates are also expected to have practical experience with special education support in schools or in extracurricular education. The candidates' aptitude for the professorship is determined by a clear proven scholarly excellence and a good fit to the research profile.
The University seeks to appoint as soon as possible the following:
'Pedagogy and Didactics with special emphasis on cognition and learning needs, with special reference to inclusive educational processes'
The successful candidate has a university degree, especially in Special Needs Education in relation to mental disability, has relevant experience in theory-based empirical research on Special Needs Education and Teaching, teaching and research experience in Special Education, and pertinent publications in these fields. Further, experience in obtaining external funding and in collaborative projects are required. Candidates must have research and teaching experience in the Special Education subject areas 'Didactics of individual and group-related learning and development support in inclusive settings' and 'Lifelong learning and support for participation' with a focus on cognition and learning needs.
The Faculty aims to promote the further internationalisation of teacher training. Therefore, international experience and contributions to research and education are expected. Applications from abroad will be welcome.
The conditions for employment are derived from Section 25 of the Lower Saxony Higher Education Act (NHG). An individual may only be appointed to a professorship with teaching duties if he or she can demonstrate at least three years of practical experience in schools, other appropriate teaching experience, or relevant experience in empirical research. As the University of Bremen and the University of Oldenburg are bound to a cooperation agreement, active participation is expected in this venture.
Female applicants will be given preference if equally qualified. The same applies to applicants with disabilities. Part-time employment is possible.
Applications should be accompanied by a CV, copies of academic transcripts and degree certificates, application form (www.uni-oldenburg.de/fk1/unterlagen-zum-herunterladen/), a list of courses taught, a list of publications and external funding, results of teaching evaluations and details of teacher training activities, and should be submitted by 06.07.2018 both digitally (as a PDF file, to firstname.lastname@example.org) and on paper to the Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg Fakultät I - Bildungs- und Sozialwissenschaften, z.H. des Dekans, 26111 Oldenburg.
You will find general information on the Department of Special Needs Education and Rehabilitation of the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, on the Department's research profile and on the structure of the Department at www.uni-oldenburg.de/sonderpaedagogik. Further information on the vacancies can be obtained from the Director of the Department of Special Needs Education and Rehabilitation, Prof. Dr. Clemens Hillenbrand (email@example.com).
N.B. The German version of this advertisement, which is legally binding, may be found at http://uni-ol.de/stellen/66030. This English version is for information only.
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