Lecturer chemical Process Technology researcher
To strengthen our Applied Science school, we are looking to fill the following position as soon as possible Lecturer – Chemical Process Technology researcher (0.2 – 1.0 FTE).
We are looking for an enthusiastic colleague who will use their passion for craftsmanship to help implement the school's philosophy. You contribute to the translation of current and future developments in knowledge and types of technology into an education that equips our students for their future profession. In addition to performing applied research, you contribute to the development, organization, and provision of education. You will have the option to link a current role in the professional field to the desired role within the school.
Your tasks include:
- working with the professional field and students to perform applied research (on the topic of process intensification; specific examples include upscaling and downscaling as well as designing reactor processing and down-stream processing);
- teaching, guiding, and coaching students in the field of ‘chemical process technology’;
- contributing to the range, design, and development of education in the field of chemical engineering;
- supervising internship students and graduating students;
Candidates are expected to:
- possess a Master's degree as a minimum;
- have broad knowledge of chemical technology;
- be a result-oriented team player, with the ability to work together in a multidisciplinary context;
- have the capacity to enthuse young professionals about the broad professional field of Applied Science;
- take responsibility and have a professional and dynamic attitude;
- be open to change and possess awareness of the broad environment in which you perform your task;
- have good interpersonal skills.
Applied Science School
The Applied Science bachelor’s degree study programme is part of the Applied Science school. Within the school, integrated education and research on the theme of Sustainability is developed, resulting in broadly deployable young or other professionals and technologies that continuously respond to current developments in the Brightlands region. This takes place among others through the ‘Sustainable Synthesis and Production’ research line. The approach to education is characterized by employees, students, and the professional field working in communities to ensure there is a focus on personal development. The professional practice on the Brightlands Chemelot Campus (and other relevant locations outside the campus) are used optimally and to the maximum as a context. Development and studies therefore occur together with and in professional practice. In addition to acquiring knowledge, skills, and competences, students are also helped to develop as individuals and are constantly encouraged to assume responsibility. The school is an active party in a network of staff, students, and the professional field that has relevant value our shared future and connects us.
Terms of employment
We offer an appointment for at least one year. We offer a salary commensurate with education and experience, but will not exceed a maximum of scale 11 of the CAO-HBO (collective bargaining agreement for the higher vocational education sector), (i.e. a maximum of €5,127.39) gross per month at 100% FTE. For internal candidates, the current employment duration will be maintained.
For more information about the position, please contact Gino van Strydonck, professor of Material Sciences, by calling: +31 (0)6-34384557 or sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
You can apply for this position before 16 May by entering your personal details on this website and uploading a copy of your CV and cover letter.
Applications sent directly to the contact person or in any other manner will not be accepted.