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Mitteilungsblatt vom 15. Mai 2019, 33. Stück

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174) EU JOB Information

Auswahlverfahren des Europäischen Amts für Personalauswahl (EPSO) im Bereich „Audit“ - EPSO/AD/372/19

175) Richtlinie des Vizerektors für Forschung zu verantwortungsbewusster Forschung und wissenschaftlicher Integrität/Directive of the Vice-Rector for Research on Responsible Research and Academic Integrity

Richtlinie des Vizerektors für Forschung zu verantwortungsbewusster Forschung und wissenschaftlicher Integrität

Directive of the Vice-Rector for Research on Responsible Research and Academic Integrity

176) Ausschreibung von Stellen für wissenschaftliches Personal

Allgemeine Informationen:

Diversität und Inklusion:
Die WU ist dem Prinzip der Chancengleichheit verpflichtet und setzt sich für Diversität und Inklusion ein. Da sich die Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien die Erhöhung des Frauenanteils beim wissenschaftlichen Personal zum Ziel gesetzt hat, werden qualifizierte Frauen ausdrücklich aufgefordert, sich zu bewerben. Bei gleicher Qualifikation werden Frauen vorrangig aufgenommen. Qualifizierte Personen mit Behinderung sind besonders eingeladen sich zu bewerben. Alle Bewerber/innen, die die gesetzlichen Aufnahmeerfordernisse erfüllen und den Anforderungen des Ausschreibungstextes entsprechen, sind zu Bewerbungsgesprächen einzuladen.

An der WU ist ein Arbeitskreis für Gleichbehandlungsfragen eingerichtet. Nähere Informationen finden Sie unter http://www.wu.ac.at/structure/lobby/equaltreatment.

Reise- und Aufenthaltskosten:
Wir bitten Bewerberinnen und Bewerber um Verständnis dafür, dass Reise- und Aufenthaltskosten, die aus Anlass von Auswahl- und Aufnahmeverfahren entstehen, nicht von der Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien abgegolten werden können.

AUSGESCHRIEBENE STELLEN:
1) Would you like to make a major step forward in your academic career? WU offers ideal conditions to help you achieve that goal.

WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) is the largest business university in the European Union and is centrally located at the heart of Europe, with over 22,000 students and roughly 2,100 employees working in teaching, research, and administration. WU’s modern campus, right next door to Vienna’s expansive Prater Park, offers impressive, award-winning architecture and an excellent working environment. The Institute for Public Sector Economics is currently inviting applications for an

Assistant Professor, non-tenure track
Fulltime, 40 hours/week


Qualified candidates with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply for this part-time position.

Your responsibilities
- Conduct of research in collaboration with faculty and graduate students in the field for public and behavioral economics
- Programming and implementation of experimental designs (in the lab and in the field)
- Assistance in teaching programs offered by the department
- Collaboration in organization and administration, including supervision of Bachelor and Master theses

The successful candidate will:
- enrich and extend the research of the Institute of Public Sector Economics by publications in high quality international journals;
- contribute to the Institute’s effort in acquiring third party funded research projects;
- contribute to the Institute’s teaching portfolio in Public and Behavioral Economics that encompasses the Bachelor, Master and PhD level;
- provide guidance to less senior researchers at the Institute;
- contribute to the administrative and organizational tasks of the Institute.

Your profile
- strong background in experimental and behavioral economics
- strong background in microeconomics and game theory
- strong background in microeconomics and statistics
- commitment to rigorous research in public and behavioral economics

The successful candidate should:
- have a doctoral degree or PhD in Economics or a closely related field;
- have a focus on using quantitative and/or empirical research methods;
- should relate in her or his research to the field of behavioral and public economics;
- be well connected to the international academic community and should be on his or her way to establish an international reputation as a researcher;
- have already a promising publication record as evidenced by publications in high quality international scientific journals (or progress toward publications: job-market paper or other papers) and by acquiring third party funded projects;
- have experience in teaching courses in economics and a demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching;
- have a very good written and oral command of the English language (for international candidates, German language skills are a plus).

The gross monthly salary is € 3,803.90 (paid 14 times per year).

This employee position will be limited to a period of six years, starting on September 01, 2019 (commencement date subject to change).

If you are interested in a job with diverse responsibilities in a pleasant, stimulating work environment, please submit your application until June 05, 2019 (ID 213).

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

2) Would you like to make a major step forward in your academic career? WU offers ideal conditions to help you achieve that goal.

WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) is the largest business university in the European Union and is centrally located at the heart of Europe, with over 22,000 students and roughly 2,100 employees working in teaching, research, and administration. WU’s modern campus, right next door to Vienna’s expansive Prater Park, offers impressive, award-winning architecture and an excellent working environment. The Institute for Macroeconomics is currently inviting applications for a

Teaching and Research Associate
Part-time, 30 hours/week


Qualified candidates with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply for this part-time position.

Your responsibilities
- Conduct research on macroeconomics and applied econometrics (i.e. dissertation/PhD), knowledge of Bayesian methods is an advantage
- Assist in teaching programmes offered by the department
- Collaborate in organization and administration

Your profile
- Master degree in economics or a related field
- Strong background in applied econometrics and quantitative economics
- Experience with macroeconometric modelling

The minimum gross monthly salary is € 2,148.38 (paid 14 times per year), subject to adjustment if candidates can document relevant prior professional experience.

This employee position will be limited until August 31, 2020, starting on July 01, 2019 (commencement date subject to change).

If you are interested in a job with diverse responsibilities in a pleasant, stimulating work environment, please submit your application until June 05, 2019 (ID 215).

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

3) Would you like to make a major step forward in your academic career? WU offers ideal conditions to help you achieve that goal.

WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) is the largest business university in the European Union and is centrally located at the heart of Europe, with over 22,000 students and roughly 2,100 employees working in teaching, research, and administration. WU’s modern campus, right next door to Vienna’s expansive Prater Park, offers impressive, award-winning architecture and an excellent working environment. The Institute for Finance, Banking and Insurance is currently inviting applications for an

Assistant Professor Tenure Track in Finance, with focus on Digital Economy
Fulltime, 40 hours/week


For this position, a qualification agreement can be considered after a period of two years, pursuant to § 27 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (Kollektivvertrag für die ArbeitnehmerInnen der Universitäten).

Your responsibilities
- Research in Finance with focus on digital economy
- Teaching: We expect the new colleague to contribute to WU's teaching programs in the field of Digital Economy (on BSc- and MSc-level)
- Independent supervision of bachelor and master theses
- Active participation in the Vienna Graduate School of Finance (VGSF - vgsf.ac.at)
- Cooperation in the management of the institute

Your profile
- We seek candidates with streng research potential in Finance. The holder of this new position will strongly cooperate within the new WU initiative on digital economy. Therefore one main research focus will be on the influence of new financial technology on household savings and investment behavior.
- Candidates should have a PhD degree or anticipate receiving a PhD in the current academic year in Finance or a related discipline.
- Academic research paper ("job market paper"), preferably single-authored, which has been published or is publishable in a leading academic journal.
- Active involvement in the international academic community through cooperation with coauthors, visiting positions at other universities, and/or presentations at leading academic conferences.
- Proven international academic experience (i.e. a PhD from a non-Austrian university or at least one year of working experience on the postdoc level at a non-Austrian academic institution abroad)
- Excellent knowledge of research methods in the relevant fields.
- A demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching.

Required submission materials:
- C.V.
- Cover letter
- Job market paper
- Additional paper (optional)
- Letters of reference: 3

For details of the position, please contact the head of the recruiting committee, Professor Stefan Bogner, Institute for Finance, Banking and Insurance, by phone: +43-1-31336-4242, or email: stefan.bogner@wu.ac.at.

Travel and lodging expenses:
In case you are invited to a job talk at WU, the Institute for Finance, Banking and Insurance will refund your travel costs on usual terms.

The minimum gross monthly salary is € 3,803.90 (paid 14 times per year); extra remuneration is negotiable, depending an the applicant's individual profile.

This employee position will be limited to a period of six years, starting on July 01, 2019 (commencement date subject to change).

If you are interested in a job with diverse responsibilities in a pleasant, stimulating work environment, please submit your application until June 05, 2019 (ID 216).

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

4) Would you like to make a major step forward in your academic career? WU offers ideal conditions to help you achieve that goal.

WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) is the largest business university in the European Union and is centrally located at the heart of Europe, with over 22,000 students and roughly 2,100 employees working in teaching, research, and administration. WU’s modern campus, right next door to Vienna’s expansive Prater Park, offers impressive, award-winning architecture and an excellent working environment. The Institute for Interactive Marketing and Social Media is currently inviting applications for a

Teaching and Research Assistant
Part-time, 10 hours/week

Your responsibilities

The position is designed for highly motivated students with strong interest and know-how in marketing.

What will be your tasks?
- Data management (e.g., data collection, preparation of unstructured “big data” and database administration and optimization)
- Assistance in current research projects (e.g., natural language processing and editing of research findings)
- Supportive tasks concerning the preparation of lectures and conferences (e.g., preparing presentations) as well as research activities
- Participation in the operational work at IMSM

What do we offer?
- Support in improving your key qualifications regarding data analysis and research
- Exciting insights into the scientific discourse of a very dynamic research area (interactive marketing & social media)
- Interesting projects with inspiring practice partners
- Pleasant and friendly working atmosphere
- Flexible working hours
- Possibility to make your first steps in empirical research with a focus on interactive marketing & social media (or even the possibility to extend your knowledge, deepen your interest and write your thesis at IMSM)

Your profile
- Ongoing studies at one of the Viennese universities, i.e., WU Wien, TU Wien, Uni Wien, enrolled in a bachelor or master program (at least 2 terms until graduation), ideally with a focus on marketing, computer science, information systems, data science, or statistics and above-average studying performance
- Proactive attitude, independent and reliable task fulfillment
- Efficient execution of organizing and structuring tasks
- Excellent command of English
- Sound knowledge of statistics, machine learning and good analytical skills
- Profound Experience in working with programming languages (e.g., Python, Java)
- Advanced knowledge of natural language processing (e.g. Word2Vec), machine learning libraries (e.g., skleam, hyperopt) and/or deep learning frameworks (e.g., pytorch)
- Solid experience with database querying (i.e. SQL) and management (e.g., MySQL)
- Basic knowledge in working with the statistical software R and R Markdown
- Interest in the field of interactive marketing & social media

Please submit the required documents electronically (motivational letter, curriculum vitae, excerpt of grades, Matura/Abitur certificate).

The gross monthly salary is € 515.40 (paid 14 times per year).

This substitute employee position will be limited to a period of two years, starting as soon as possible.

If you are interested in a job with diverse responsibilities in a pleasant, stimulating work environment, please submit your application until June 05, 2019 (ID 217).

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

5) Would you like to make a major step forward in your academic career? WU offers ideal conditions to help you achieve that goal.

WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) is the largest business university in the European Union and is centrally located at the heart of Europe, with over 22,000 students and roughly 2,100 employees working in teaching, research, and administration. WU’s modern campus, right next door to Vienna’s expansive Prater Park, offers impressive, award-winning architecture and an excellent working environment. The Department of Economics is currently inviting applications for two

Teaching and Research Associates
Part-time, 30 hours/week


The successful candidates will be located at the Department of Economics and be part of a team of researchers. This call is open to all fields in economics, but the Department intends to cover in particular the following areas: Labor Economics, International Economics, Macroeconomics, and Public and Behavioral Economics.

Your responsibilities
The duties and responsibilities of the successful applicants include research, teaching, and administrative tasks. You will conduct independent research pursuing a PhD degree in Economics (“Focus Economics”). Strong dedication to writing a PhD dissertation, following doctoral courses and attending seminars is expected. You will be expected to support research activities and administrative tasks in the respective academic units. In addition, the position involves teaching one course (two hours per semester) starting after the second semester of your employment, primarily at the Bachelor's level, supporting study programs taught in English as well as in German.

Your profile
We are looking for applicants with a strong academic record, who have completed a relevant Master degree (MSc or equivalent) or who expect to have completed it by summer 2019. We expect you to have excellent knowledge in the three core areas in economics (microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics) at a research master level. Research interest in one of the above-mentioned areas is an asset. Excellent command of oral and written English is a prerequisite; because of the departmental teaching portfolio, German is required for some of the positions.

Applicants are requested to upload the following documents along with their application:
- CV (incl. degrees, current position, research interests)
- Motivation letter (incl. Possible Dissertation project)
- Master thesis (or research proposal for master thesis)

In addition, we ask for two letters of recommendation. Applicants are responsible for asking their reference persons to send their letters to econ-office@wu.ac.at in due time (max. within one week after the application has been received).

The minimum gross monthly salary is € 2,148.38 (paid 14 times per year), subject to adjustment if candidates can document relevant prior professional experience.

This employee position will be limited to a period of five years, starting on September 01, 2019 (commencement date subject to change).

If you are interested in a job with diverse responsibilities in a pleasant, stimulating work environment, please submit your application until June 05, 2019 (ID 219).

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

6) Would you like to make a major step forward in your academic career? WU offers ideal conditions to help you achieve that goal.

WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) is the largest business university in the European Union and is centrally located at the heart of Europe, with over 22,000 students and roughly 2,100 employees working in teaching, research, and administration. WU’s modern campus, right next door to Vienna’s expansive Prater Park, offers impressive, award-winning architecture and an excellent working environment. The Institute for Interactive Marketing and Social Media is currently inviting applications for a

Teaching and Research Associate
Part-time, 30 hours/week

Your responsibilities

The Institute for Interactive Marketing & Social Media (IMSM) aims at being a leading institution for research and education in the area of digital marketing. The rapid growth of digital technologies and social media has a profound impact on consumer behavior, leading to radically new businesses and challenging incumbents to adapt their marketing strategies. Therefore, our goal is to do research that focuses on new business problems and groundbreaking innovations arising from developments in information technology. We use empirical data (mostly in the form of “big data”) and apply quantitative methods to tackle and solve these problems in order to ultimately make better marketing decisions and realize more desirable outcomes for firms and consumers. Our students are trained to be the next generation of digital marketing managers with strong analytical skills and a profound knowledge of the mechanics of the digital marketing ecosystem, the social media environment, and the challenges in these areas. Finally, we strongly believe that it is IMSM's responsibility to facilitate knowledge dissemination about digital marketing within the broader society.

About the Position
We are looking for a dynamic, self-motivated individual with a desire to embark on an academic career. You will join a vibrant and ambitious team of internationally minded academics aspiring to the highest standards of research and teaching. Collaboration with other members of the university and our international network will be actively supported.

Regarding the substantive focus, we seek an individual conducting cutting-edge research in the fields of social and interactive media by utilizing big data approaches. Developments in information technology have increased access to large-scale data on consumer behavior, which we use in our projects to help firms make better marketing decisions (“data-driven marketing”). Current focus areas in digital and social media marketing for which we seek applications include, real-time bidding and programmatic buying, targeting, customer journey analysis, and social media marketing. You will also be welcome to pursue your research ideas related to these topics and will be working on your own independent research activities (i.e. dissertation/PhD).

Your work should eventually be aimed at helping companies make better marketing decisions - it is empirical in nature and typically located at the interface of information systems and marketing.

Your profile
You have an outstanding master degree (or equivalent qualification) in economics, management, management Information systems, business engineering, mathematics, physics, or computer science (or a related field) with a strong focus on quantitative topics such as (quantitative) marketing, econometrics, operations research, or finance.
Furthermore, we expect very good knowledge of statistics and empirical research methods. This includes the ability to process and analyze large empirical data sets using appropriate software packages (e.g., R, Stata). Programming skills (e.g., Python, SQL) and experience in digital marketing (e.g., through internships or student jobs) are an asset. In addition, an excellent grasp of written and spoken English is required.

Beyond any formal requirements, we are looking for enthusiastic, curious team players who are passionate about research and willing to take on responsibility. You should have a passion for interactive and social media and its analytical opportunities to improve marketing decisions.

Please send a cover letter (specifying your research interests, motivation for an academic career, and possible starting date), your resume, and relevant certificates (copies are fine), Academic references or examples of academic work are not required, but will be assessed favorably.

The minimum gross monthly salary is € 2,148.38 (paid 14 times per year), subject to adjustment if candidates can document relevant prior professional experience.

This employee position will be limited to a period of six years, starting on July 01, 2019 (commencement date subject to change).

If you are interested in a job with diverse responsibilities in a pleasant, stimulating work environment, please submit your application until June 26, 2019 (ID 221).

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

7) Möchten Sie einen wichtigen Schritt in Ihrer wissenschaftlichen Karriere setzen? Dann finden Sie bei uns beste Rahmenbedingungen dafür!

Die WU (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien) ist die größte Wirtschaftsuniversität der Europäischen Union mit rund 2.300 Mitarbeiter/inne/n in Forschung, Lehre und Verwaltung und mehr als 23.000 Studierenden. Als Arbeitsplatz bieten wir einen architektonisch herausragenden, modernen Campus in der Nähe des Wiener Praters. Zur Verstärkung unseres Teams im Institut für Österreichisches und Internationales Steuerrecht besetzen wir voraussichtlich ab 01.08.2019 befristet für die Dauer von vier Jahren eine Stelle als

Universitätsassistent/in prae doc
Teilzeit, 30 Stunden/Woche


Qualifizierte Personen mit Behinderung sind besonders eingeladen sich zu bewerben! Bei Bedarf ist eine Anstellung in (reduzierter) Teilzeit möglich.

Ihr Aufgabenbereich
- Mitwirkung in der Forschung auf dem Gebiet des Steuerrechts unter der Führung der Professoren Lang, Rust, Schuch, Staringer, Pistone, Storck und Owens.
- Verfassen einer steuerrechtlichen Dissertation
- Mitwirkung im Lehrbetrieb und bei Aufgaben des Forschungsmanagements
- Die Forschungsschwerpunkte des Instituts liegen in den Bereichen Internationales Steuerrecht und Unternehmenssteuerrecht

Ihr Profil
- abgeschlossenes Masterstudium der Rechts und/oder Sozial- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften bzw. gleichzuhaltende Qualifikation
- sehr gute Kenntnisse der österreichischen oder einer anderen Steuerrechtsordnung
- Kenntnisse im Internationalen Steuerrecht erwünscht
- Fähigkeit zu selbständiger wissenschaftlicher Arbeit
- erste wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten im Bereich des Steuerrechtes von Vorteil
- Erfahrung im bzw. Bereitschaft zur Mitarbeit im organisatorischadministrativen Bereich
- sehr gute EDV-Kenntnisse
- ausgezeichnete Englischkenntnisse

Das monatliche Mindestentgelt beträgt 2.148,38 Euro brutto, die Anrechnung von tätigkeitsbezogenen Vordienstzeiten ist möglich.

Haben Sie Interesse an dieser Tätigkeit mit persönlichen Weiterbildungsmöglichkeiten in einem angenehmen Arbeitsklima? Dann bewerben Sie sich bitte bis spätestens 05.06.2019 (Kennzahl: 222).

Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Bewerbung!

8) Would you like to make a major step forward in your academic career? WU offers ideal conditions to help you achieve that goal.

WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) is the largest business university in the European Union and is centrally located at the heart of Europe, with over 22,000 students and roughly 2,100 employees working in teaching, research, and administration. WU’s modern campus, right next door to Vienna’s expansive Prater Park, offers impressive, award-winning architecture and an excellent working environment. The Institute for Service Marketing and Tourism is currently inviting applications for an

Assistant Professor, non-tenure track
Fulltime, 40 hours/week

Your responsibilities

We are looking for a self-motivated, highly active and productive researcher, who will be expected to make a significant contribution in the Institute's research areas (see www.wu.ac.at/sm/research for more information on the current research projects). Applicants for an Assistant Professor position must hold a PhD or a doctorate degree. The successful candidate must demonstrate the motivation and capacity to excel in both research and teaching. Qualifications will include a demonstrated interest in and the proven ability to do publishable research in leading international, peer-reviewed marketing journals (e.g., A-level and above according to the VHB-JOURQUAL journal ranking).

Any member of academic staff joining us is expected to make teaching contributions at an undergraduate or MSc level and to participate in teaching, research, and administrative support of the group's organizational management. An Assistant Professor is also expected to contribute to the Institute administration in terms of team and/or program leadership. In addition, there may be scope for teaching and additional earning at the MBA and/or Executive level.

Your profile
We wish to attract candidates with a solid academic qualification in marketing or a related field (PhD, doctorate, or equivalent) with a profound knowledge and proven skills in quantitative research methods (i.e., marketing science, statistics, psychometrics, machine learning or econometrics). Applicants should have a capability and interest in developing and applying advanced methodologies to assist solving managerially relevant marketing problems. The set of skills need to be compatible with the Institute's current research projects. The successful candidate needs to have prior experience in teaching quantitative marketing content and demonstrate teaching ability with positive student evaluations.

A very good written and oral command of the English language is required. From international candidates we expect intermediate German language skills or the candidate's willingness to aquire German language skills (B2 level or higher). Beyond any formal requirements, we are looking for enthusiastic, curious team players who are passionate about research and willing to take on responsibility.

Interested candidates should upload their applications including a cover letter (specifying your research interests, motivation for an academic career, and possible starting date), a resume and relevant certificates (copies are fine) onto the online application tool. Informative academic references or examples of academic work are not required, but will be assessed favorably. All application documents can be submitted either in English or German.

The gross monthly salary is € 3,803.90 (paid 14 times per year).

This employee position will be limited to a period of six years, starting as soon as possible.

If you are interested in a job with diverse responsibilities in a pleasant, stimulating work environment, please submit your application until June 05, 2019 (ID 224).

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

9) Would you like to make a major step forward in your academic career? WU offers ideal conditions to help you achieve that goal.

WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) is the largest business university in the European Union and is centrally located at the heart of Europe, with over 22,000 students and roughly 2,100 employees working in teaching, research, and administration. WU’s modern campus, right next door to Vienna’s expansive Prater Park, offers impressive, award-winning architecture and an excellent working environment. The Institute for Higher Education Management is currently inviting applications for a

Assistant Professor, non-tenure-track (post-doc) or two Teaching and Research Associates (pre-doc)
40 hours/week (for post-doc) and 30 hours/week (for pre-docs)


Your responsibilities
The Institute for Higher Education Management has a research and teaching focus on strategy, organization and management of nonprofit institutions like universities. In our empirical research, we cooperate with a well-established network of international scholars. We are particularly looking for self-motivated, highly active and productive researchers, who will be expected to make a significant contribution to our research areas or a related field.

Your tasks will include contributions to research, teaching, and administration at the Institute, including co-supervision of Bachelor theses (pre-doc) and supervision of Bachelor and Master theses (post-doc).

Applications for an appointment as a Teaching and Research Associate imply that the successful candidate will enroll In WU's PhD program. Even though a substantial part of the candidate’s research activities will be dedicated to his/her PhD project, the candidate will also be involved in other research projects. The outcomes of such projects will be published in International research Journals and presented at international academic conferences. Attending advanced graduate courses is part of the training.

Postdoctoral researchers can pursue their own research agenda but are also expected to participate in joint research projects with other members of the Institute.

Your profile
We wish to attract candidates with a solid academic qualification in Business Administration (preferably) or a related field (post-doc: PhD or equivalent, pre-doc: master's degree or equivalent). The successful candidate must demonstrate the motivation and capacity to excel in both research and teaching.

For post-docs, we require evidence of research quality (e.g., as demonstrated in the Job market paper and other papers).

We are particularly interested in candidates whose background and qualifications are in one or more of the following areas:
- Higher Education Management (including leadership, governance, organization)
- Strategy and Innovation in the Higher Education Sector
- Change and Adaptation of Complex Organizations
- Performance Management in Universities
- Quantitative and/or qualitative empirical research methods and big data analysis (e.g., QCA, Python, R)

Very good communication skills, very good command of MS Office, and very good written and oral command of the English language are required (for international candidates, German language skills are a plus). Beyond any formal requirements, we are looking for enthusiastic, curious team players who are passionate about research and teaching and willing to take on responsibility.

Questions may be directed to Prof. Dr. Barbara Sporn (barbara.sporn@wu.ac.at)

Application Procedure:
Interested candidates should upload their applications including a cover letter (specifying research interests, motivation for an academic career, and possible starting date), CV and relevant documents, using the online application tool. Names and contact details of at least two potential academic references should also be included. All application documents can be submitted in either English or German.

The gross monthly salary for the post-doc position is € 3,803.90 (paid 14 times a year). The minimum gross monthly salary for pre-docs is € 2,148.38 (paid 14 times a year), subject to adjustment if candidates can document relevant prior professional experience.

These employee positions will be limited to a period of six years, starting on August 01, 2019 (commencement date subject to change).

If you are interested in a job with diverse responsibilities in a pleasant, stimulating work environment, please submit your application until June 12, 2019 (ID 204).

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

177) Ausschreibung von Stellen für allgemeines Personal

Allgemeine Informationen:

Diversität und Inklusion:
Die WU ist dem Prinzip der Chancengleichheit verpflichtet und setzt sich für Diversität und Inklusion ein. Da sich die Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien die Erhöhung des Frauenanteils beim allgemeinen Personal zum Ziel gesetzt hat, werden qualifizierte Frauen ausdrücklich aufgefordert, sich zu bewerben. Bei gleicher Qualifikation werden Frauen vorrangig aufgenommen. Qualifizierte Personen mit Behinderung sind besonders eingeladen sich zu bewerben. Alle Bewerber/innen, die die gesetzlichen Aufnahmeerfordernisse erfüllen und den Anforderungen des Ausschreibungstextes entsprechen, sind zu Bewerbungsgesprächen einzuladen.

An der WU ist ein Arbeitskreis für Gleichbehandlungsfragen eingerichtet. Nähere Informationen finden Sie unter http://www.wu.ac.at/structure/lobby/equaltreatment.

Reise- und Aufenthaltskosten:
Wir bitten Bewerberinnen und Bewerber um Verständnis dafür, dass Reise- und Aufenthaltskosten, die aus Anlass von Auswahl- und Aufnahmeverfahren entstehen, nicht von der Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien abgegolten werden können.

AUSGESCHRIEBENE STELLE:
1) Ihr nächster Schritt in eine interessante Zukunft! Sie suchen eine neue, herausfordernde und abwechslungsreiche Tätigkeit? Dann sind Sie bei uns richtig!

Die WU (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien) ist die größte Wirtschaftsuniversität der Europäischen Union mit rund 2.300 Mitarbeiter/inne/n in Forschung, Lehre und Verwaltung und mehr als 23.000 Studierenden. Als Arbeitsplatz bieten wir einen architektonisch herausragenden, modernen Campus in der Nähe des Wiener Praters. Zur Verstärkung unseres Teams im Servicemanagement der Universitätsbibliothek besetzen wir voraussichtlich ab 01.07.2019 ersatzmäßig befristet eine Stelle als

Spezialist/in Informationskompetenz
Teilzeit, 30 Stunden/Woche

Ihr Aufgabenbereich

- Betreuung des eLearning-Angebotes der Bibliothek Fit4Research
- Beteiligung am Aufbau eines RLM (Reading-List-Management-Systems) an der Schnittstelle vom Bibliotheksmanagementsystem mit der eLearningPlattform der WU
- Konzeptionelle Betreuung und Weiterentwicklung des RLM im Team
- Beteiligung an der Entwicklung und Umsetzung einer Kommunikationsstrategie zur Einführung des Systems an der WU
- Betreuung des RLM sowie Unterstützung seiner Nutzer und Nutzerinnen durch Beratung und Schulung im laufenden Betrieb
- Abhalten von Bibliothekskursen in deutscher und englischer Sprache
- Spezialisierter Informationsdienst und Beratung in deutscher und englischer Sprache

Ihr Profil
- Abgeschlossene Bibliotheksausbildung (Ausbildung für das Bibliotheks-, Informations- und Dokumentationswesen oder eine vergleichbare Ausbildung) ODER mehrjährige einschlägige Berufserfahrung
- Vertrautheit mit Lernplattformen
- Gute didaktische und methodische Kompetenzen bezüglich Kurstätigkeiten und eLearning
- Sehr gute Englischkenntnisse
- Sehr gute Anwender/innen-Kenntnisse von Office und Präsentationstools
- Erfahrungen im Projektmanagement
- Kenntnisse im Bereich Literaturverwaltung
- Vertrautheit mit dem Lehr- und Forschungsbetrieb an einer Universität und Institutionenwissen im Bereich der Forschung und der Lehre

Gewünschte Kenntnisse und Qualifikationen:
- Ausgeprägte Serviceorientierung
- Hohe soziale Kompetenz und Kommunikationsfähigkeit
- Erfahrung in Teamarbeit und kooperativen Arbeitsumgebungen
- Ausgeprägte Fähigkeit zu selbständigem und eigenverantwortlichem Arbeiten

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