2023-09-13 (gültig bis max. 2023-10-04)
Assistant Professor, non-tenure track
You want to understand how things are connected and make a fundamental impact? We offer an environment where you can realize your full potential. At one of Europe's largest and most modern business and economics universities. On a campus where quality of work is also quality of life. We are looking for support at the
Institute for Statistics and Mathematics
What to expect
The successful applicant will carry out independent research and supervision activities in the field of applied probability.
In line with the Collective Bargaining Agreement, teaching duties associated with the position initially comprise 4 hours per week; they can be in quantitative education programs at WU at all Levels.
What you have to offer
You hold a diploma or an MSc as well as a PhD in mathematics, statistics or equivalent. We expect scientific excellence, documented by publications in internationally recognized journals, excellent preprints and presentations at seminars and conferences. German language skills are not a prerequisite, but we expect the willingness to acquire proficiency in German over time.
Required submission materials:
For details of the position, please contact Professor Kurt Hornik (email@example.com, +43-1-31336 4756) or Professor RuÌˆdiger Frey (firstname.lastname@example.org, +43-1-31336 4760). ln case you are invited to a job talk at WU, the Institute for Statistics and Mathematics will refund your travel costs on usual terms.
What we offer you
Curious? Visit our website and find out more at www.wu.ac.at/benefits.
The minimum monthly gross salary amounts to € 4,351.90 (14 times per year). This salary may be adjusted based on equivalent prior work experience. In addition, we offer a wide range of attractive social benefits.
Do you want to join the WU team?
Then please submit your application by October 04, 2023 under www.wu.ac.at/jobs (ID 1868). We are looking forward to hearing from you!
At the application please refer to the FAM-jobs webpage.
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