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Professorship (W2) Ecosystem-based transformation management in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves
Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development (HNEE)
Eberswalde University for Sustainable
Development (HNEE) is located just
outside Berlin. Around 60 professors
affiliated to the Faculties ‚Forest and
Environment‘, ‚Landscape Management
and Nature Conservation‘, ‚Wood Engineering‘
and ‚Sustainable Business‘
teach about 2,100 students in a practiceoriented
way. Our focus on subjects
oriented towards rural areas and our very close cooperation with both international
and local partners from research and practice are unique in Germany.
At the Faculty of Forest and Environment, the permanent W2-Professorship
management in UNESCO Biosphere
Reserves (100 %)
is now open for applications.
Successful candidates must have outstanding accomplishments and future potential
in an area related to ecosystem management in combination with a clear expertise and
commitment related to UNESCO biosphere reserves. Ecosystem-based transformation
management refers to any strategic change management-targeting land use and
conservation of specific ecosystems, their functionality and services. This concept
shall be explored and implemented in biosphere reserves as living labs for sustainability.
Conceptually rooted in principles of system ecology, the professor‘s work shall inspire
students and practitioners stimulating innovative thinking for biosphere reserves.
We expect the professorship to become an integral part of the new Biosphere
Reserves Institute, and to be actively engaged in the biosphere.center, a partnership of
Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development with Michael Succow Foundation
and EUROPARC Germany. The new professor is expected to provide inspiration and
leadership in research, contribute proactively to both undergraduate and graduate
level teaching (in English), establish a convincing and independent research, and
further develop the existing network related to biosphere reserves and ecosystem
The successful candidate will tightly cooperate with the Eberswalde professorships
involved in international nature conservation, biosphere reserves, and ecosystem
restoration. Establishing additional cooperation with other professorships is wanted.
Special emphasis will be given to selecting candidates who show special interest
and expertise in scientific team work and team teaching. Further, the candidate shall
be proactive for the initiation of new projects. International working experience and
contacts to Biosphere Reserves are a prerequisite.
In accordance with section 41 of the Higher Education Act of the State of Brandenburg
(BbgHG), the successful candidate must hold a qualified PhD, and must have
particular achievements with regard to the application or development of scientific
findings and methods in a minimum of three years of practical work, thereof two years
outside academia. Applications should include a curriculum vitae, a list of publications
and projects as well as a brief concept note on research, teaching and transfer of an
Institute focused on Biosphere Reserves. HNEE attaches importance to a qualitative
evaluation of applicants‘ achievements. In this sense, applicants are requested a brief
description of most important achievements (maximum half a page). In addition to
research results, these can also include special achievements in teaching and its
further development, services for the academic community or society, knowledge and
practice transfer, spin-offs and the like.
Applications are particularly welcome from women and individuals with disabilities.
For further questions please contact Prof. Dr. Tobias Cremer (E-Mail: email@example.com or tel. +49 3334 657 166).
Please send your application in electronic form (one PDF file, max. 3 MB) within
6 weeks after publication of this advertisement with all the required documents to
the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org, Hochschule für Nachhaltige
Entwicklung Eberswalde, Abteilung Personalangelegenheiten, Schicklerstr. 5,
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