Dorothea Schlözer Postdoctoral Program for female postdocs
Call for applications
The presidential board of the Göttingen University Public Law Foundation offers support for young academics in the form of positions for female postdocs.
The program starts in January 2017 and there will be
6 positions (TV-L 13, 100%, term of 2 years), two of which at the University Medical Center (UMG),
offered. The positions are scheduled to start on October 1st 2017.
These positions are awarded on the base of a project proposal and shall give an opportunity to further develop independent research and prepare future third-party funding. The development of an individual research profile and relevant academic skills is considered part of this process. The placement holders will be supported in professional orientation and career development through workshops.
Those eligible to apply are young female postdocs of all disciplines, including Medicine, in an early postdoc phase, who conduct a research project at the Georg-August-University (including the University Medical School) or plan to do so. The doctoral procedure (thus the date of your thesis disputation) should not have terminated more than two years before the application. If you have received your doctorate more than two years ago, an application is still not ruled out, though. You should, however, include a statement on this matter.
The Dorothea Schlözer Postdoc Program (formerly Dorothea Schlözer Fellowship Program) is part of the Dorothea Schlözer Program. The program was set up by Göttingen University in April 2009 to promote equal opportunities and diversity of personnel at the Göttingen research campus. The positions replace the Dorothea Schlözer Scholarships awarded since 2009.
The positions will be awarded by the Presidential Board. There are options for part-time work and contract extensions for scientists with caretaking responsibilities (for children or relatives).
The application deadline is March 31st 2017.
Documentation to be provided
Applications will only be accepted through the online portal. After submitting your application you will receive an automatic confirmation of receipt via e-mail.
Applicants will be informed about the board?s decision by the end of July.
By accepting the position, the position holder commits to report on her research progress regularly, take up offers for further training opportunities (especially the Dorothea Schlözer Qualification and Mentoring Programm), and participate in evaluation procedures. The position also includes teaching responsibilities of four semester periods per week (research oriented teaching as well as teaching that usefully complements your own teaching portfolio).