Tenure-track professorship of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy for Childhood and Adolescence (grade W2 with tenure-track leading to tenured professorship at grade W3)

Universität Regensburg
Faculty of Human Sciences invites applications for a

tenure-track professorship of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy for Childhood and Adolescence
(grade W2 with tenure-track leading to tenured professorship at grade W3)

for a period of six years with the legal status of temporary civil servant (Beamtenverhältnis auf Zeit), to be appointed as soon as possible. The tenure-track professorship is supported by the Federal/State program for the promotion of young scientists (tenure-track program). The University of Regensburg offers candidates the prospect, upon positive tenure evaluation, of promotion to a permanent position as W3 grade professor with the legal status tenured civil servant (Beamtenverhältnis auf Lebenszeit). The requirements for the tenure evaluation can be found at https://go.uni-regensburg.de/tt-satzung.

The applicant should represent the field of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy of Childhood and Adolescence in the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Psychology and in the Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Psychology: Biological Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and Psychotherapy (with the option to qualify for licensure as psychotherapist). In addition, the applicant is expected to contribute to teachings in psychological diagnostics. His/her research activities should strengthen the faculty core area stress, anxiety, and mental health. Participation in the outpatient clinic for psychotherapy is expected.

Prerequisites for taking up the position are, alongside the general conditions from public sector employment law, a completed university degree; pedagogic suitability; an excellent doctoral degree; outstanding, preferably international, research experience; and further academic performance appropriate to the early career stage (for example exceptional publications in internationally peer-reviewed journals) and a two-year postdoc period. A license as a child and adolescent psychotherapist or as a psychological psychotherapist with authorization to charge for psychotherapeutic services for children and adolescents is also desired. It is a prerequisite that the corresponding training has been at least started.

Insofar as the candidate undertook employment as a research associate or research assistant after their doctorate, the duration of the doctoral studies and the employment should not surpass more than nine years.

Applicant must have changed academic affiliations following the doctorate or have been academically active for at least two years somewhere other than the University of Regensburg before the application.

The University of Regensburg is particularly committed to harmonizing family and working life (for more information, see http://www.uni-regensburg.de/chancengleichheit). To fulfill the equality directive and increase the number of female professors, we explicitly encourage applications from qualified women.

In case of essentially similar suitability, applicants with severe disabilities will be preferentially selected.

The prerequisites for appointment under civil servant law are based on the provisions of the Bavarian Public Service Code (BayBG) and the Bavarian University Staff Act (BayHSchPG).

Applications containing the normal documents (resume, certificates, list of publications with copies of the most important papers) should be submitted, preferentially electronically

by 31st May, 2020

to the Dean of the Faculty of Human Sciences, fakultaet.humanwiss@ur.de

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This is the English translation of a German employment advertisement published by the University of Regensburg at https://go.uni-regensburg.de/stellen-professuren. Only the original German text is legally binding.