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Generaldirektor*in - in Verbindung mit einer Professur (W3) an der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

Die Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung (Senckenberg) wurde 1817 in Frankfurt am Main als Bürgergesellschaft gegründet. Sie zählt heute rund 6.500 Mitglieder und gehört als größte Einrichtung der Leibniz-Gemeinschaft mit ihren Sammlungen zu den bedeutendsten naturforschenden Einrichtungen der Welt. An elf Standorten in ganz Deutschland betreiben rund 800 Beschäftigte aus über 40 Nationen modernste und interdisziplinäre Geo- und Biodiversitätsforschung auf internationalem Spitzenniveau. Die Senckenberg Gesellschaft unterhält in Frankfurt, Görlitz und Dresden erfolgreiche Naturmuseen mit insgesamt rund 500.000 Besucherinnen und Besuchern jährlich und verfügt mit 40 Millionen Sammlungseinheiten über die fünftgrößten naturhistorischen Sammlungen weltweit.

 

Die Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung mit Sitz in Frankfurt am Main sucht zum 01.01.2021 eine/einen

 

Generaldirektor*in

in Verbindung mit einer Professur (W3) an der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

 

Die/der Generaldirektor*in sitzt einem mehrköpfigen Direktorium vor, das die Geschäfte der Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung führt. Ihr/Ihm obliegt die Gesamtverantwortung für die strategische Ausrichtung und die operative Leitung Senckenbergs.

Gesucht wird eine international renommierte Persönlichkeit, die Senckenberg mit seinem systemischen Ansatz der Naturforschung gemeinsam mit den Direktoriumsmitgliedern, den Aufsichtsgremien und dem Wissenschaftlichen Beirat sowie allen Beschäftigten dynamisch weiterentwickelt. Geeignete Personen sollten durch exzellente wissenschaftliche Leistungen und Erfahrungen in der Leitung komplexer Forschungsinstitutionen oder -verbünde ausgewiesen sein.

Hohe Innovationsfähigkeit und Gestaltungswillen sind dabei ebenso erforderlich wie eine ausgeprägte Kommunikations- und Integrationsfähigkeit, um den vielfältigen Anforderungen der Position im Umgang mit der Senckenberg-Bürgergesellschaft sowie mit Vertreter*innen aus Wissenschaft, Politik, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft gerecht zu werden. Herausragende Fähigkeiten im Wissenschaftsmanagement sind unverzichtbar.

Geeignete Bewerber*innen sollen eine hohe Affinität für die Weiterentwicklung und Erforschung der Sammlungen besitzen, gerade auch mit digitalen Ansätzen. Offenheit für neue Technologien und Innovation sowie die Fähigkeit, neue Ansätze zügig umzusetzen, werden vorausgesetzt.

Leidenschaft für den Dialog mit der Gesellschaft sowie für den Transfer wissenschaftlicher Erkenntnisse unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Museumsgestaltung werden erwartet.

Voraussetzungen sind ein abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium mit Promotion und habilitationsäquivalente Leistungen, bevorzugt in den Bio- oder Geowissenschaften oder verwandten Disziplinen, sowie nachweislich exzellente Forschungs- und Publikationsleistungen und mehrjährige verantwortliche Leitungs- und universitäre Lehrtätigkeit. Von Vorteil sind Erfahrungen mit naturkundlichen Sammlungen und entsprechenden Ausstellungen. Die Beherrschung der deutschen Sprache (GER-Niveau C2) wird erwartet.

Senckenberg und die Goethe-Universität sind enge strategische Partner und durch zahlreiche gemeinsame Vorhaben verbunden. Die Besetzung der Position der/des Generaldirektors*in Senckenbergs ist an eine W3-Professur an der Goethe-Universität mit reduziertem Lehrdeputat (2 SWS) gekoppelt; das Besetzungsverfahren wird von Senckenberg und der Goethe-Universität gemeinsam durchgeführt.

Senckenberg und die Goethe-Universität setzen sich für Diversität und Chancengleichheit ein. Senckenberg strebt an, den Frauenanteil in Führungspositionen zu erhöhen. Qualifizierte Kandidatinnen werden daher besonders ermutigt, sich zu bewerben. Senckenberg ist durch das „audit berufundfamilie“ 2019 erneut zertifiziert. Auch schwerbehinderte Personen sind bei gleicher Eignung herzlich eingeladen, sich zu bewerben.

Die Bewerbung in englischer Sprache soll die üblichen Unterlagen (Lebenslauf, Publikationsliste, Lehrevaluationen, Angaben von Sammlungs- und Museumserfahrung sowie von Drittmitteln, Kopien von Hochschulzeugnissen und -urkunden) sowie ein zwei- bis dreiseitiges Motivationsschreiben enthalten. Dies beschreibt Ihre Vorstellung der  Weiterentwicklung Senckenbergs, wobei neben den Kernaspekten der Geo- und Biodiversitätsforschung auch Themen wie Innovation, Digitalisierung und neue Strategien des Transfers sowie Kooperationen mit der Goethe-Universität und anderen Partnergesellschaften/-institutionen, insbesondere den anderen Leibniz-Forschungsmuseen und -Instituten, beschrieben werden sollen. Die Bewerbungen werden bis zum 20.11.2019 in einer pdf-Datei erbeten an:

 

Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung

Senckenberganlage 25

60325 Frankfurt am Main

 

E-Mail: recruiting@Senckenberg.de

Director General in combination with a professorship (W3) at Goethe-University Frankfurt

The Senckenberg Society for Nature Research (Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung) is a non-profit civil society, founded by Frankfurt citizens in 1817. Today it has about 6,500 members and is the largest institution of the Leibniz Association. Its collections make it one of the most significant natural research institutes worldwide. At eleven locations across Germany, roughly 800 employees from over 40 nations are engaged in state-of-the-art and interdisciplinary biodiversity and earth system research at the top international level. The Senckenberg Society maintains successful natural history museums in Frankfurt, Görlitz and Dresden which attract around 500,000 visitors each year. With 40 million items, Senckenberg has the fifth-largest natural history collection worldwide.

 

The Senckenberg Society for Nature Research, headquartered in Frankfurt am Main, is looking for a  

 

Director General

in combination with a professorship (W3) at Goethe-University Frankfurt

 

to start 01 January 2021.

 

The Director General heads a multi-member directorate, which governs the business activities of the Senckenberg Society for Nature Research. He/she bears the overall responsibility for the strategic direction and operative management of Senckenberg.

The society is looking for an internationally renowned personality, who will work with the members of the directorate, the supervisory committees and the scientific council, as well as all employees to foster the dynamic development of Senckenberg with its systemic approach to nature research. Suitable candidates should be characterized by excellent scientific performance and experience in managing complex research institutions or programs.

The position requires a high capacity for innovation and pronounced creative drive, as well as strong communication and integration skills in order to satisfy the varied demands of dealing with the Senckenberg civil society and representatives of the scientific, political, economic and social sphere. Outstanding science management skills are essential.

Suitable applicants should have a high affinity for developing and researching the collections, particularly with digital approaches. Openness for new technologies and innovation as well as the ability to implement new approaches are assumed.

Passion for interacting with the society and for the transfer of scientific insights under particular consideration of aspects of museum design is expected.

Prerequisites for the position are completed university studies with a doctorate and habilitation-equivalent achievements, preferably in the biological or geological sciences or related disciplines, as well as proof of excellent research and publication achievements, and several years of responsible management experience and university teaching assignments. Experience with natural history collections and exhibitions is advantageous. Proficiency in the German language (GER Level C2) is expected.

Senckenberg and Goethe University are close strategic partners and connected through numerous joint projects. The appointment to the position of Director General of Senckenberg is concurrent with a W3 professorship at Goethe University with a reduced teaching load (2 SWS); the hiring process is conducted jointly by Senckenberg and Goethe University.

Senckenberg and Goethe University advocate diversity and equal opportunities. Senckenberg is striving to increase its quota of women in leading positions. Qualified female candidates are therefore explicitly encouraged to apply. Senckenberg was again certified by the “audit berufundfamilie” in 2019. Persons with disabilities possessing equal aptitude for the position are also very welcome to apply.

The application in English should contain the usual documents (curriculum vitae, publication list, teaching evaluations, information about collection and museum experience and third-party funding, copies of university transcripts and diplomas) as well as a two to three-page motivational essay. The essay should illustrate the candidate’s vision of the further development of Senckenberg, including the core aspects of biodiversity and earth system research as well as topics like innovation, digitalization and new strategies of transfer, and collaborations with Goethe University and other partner societies/institutions, in particular the other Leibniz research museums and institutions. Please remit your application as a pdf file no later than 20 November 2019 to the following address:

 

Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung

Senckenberganlage 25

60325 Frankfurt am Main

 

E-Mail: recruiting@Senckenberg.de

Ref. #01-19030 Postdoctoral Researcher (m/f/d) in botany/bioinformatics (100%)

For over 200 years the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung (SGN) represents one of the most relevant institutions investigating nature and its diversity. Currently, scientists from more than 40 countries across 11 locations in Germany conduct research in the fields of biodiversity, earth system analysis and climate change. The head office of Senckenberg is Frankfurt am Main together with the Senckenberg Research Institute and Natural History Museum Frankfurt.

In the context of a research project on the phylogeny of Marcgraviaceae, we invite applications for a

 

Postdoctoral Researcher (m/f/d)

in botany / bioinformatics (100%)

 

The project is funded by the German research foundation (DFG) and focusses on elucidating the evolutionary history of the neotropical plant family Marcgraviaceae which is diverse in its morphology, pollination syndromes and geography.

 

Your tasks:

  • Managing and developing bioinformatic pipelines for editing and analyzing genomic sequence data (Gene Capture)
  • Performing phylogenomic analyses, molecular dating, reconstructing trait and niche evolution and historical biogeography
  • Lab work, especially DNA extraction, PCR, Next Generation Sequencing
  • Writing scientific manuscripts and reports
  • Presenting research results at international conferences and publication in the relevant scientific journals

 

Your profile:

  • University degree – preferrably Ph.D.- in biology (systematics and evolution of seed plants) / bioinformatics (evolution/ sequence analysis) with
  • Experiences with next generation sequencing and analysis of phylogenomic data
  • Expertise with phylogenomic methods, reconstruction of trait evolutionand molecular dating methods
  • Good knowledge of seed plant systematics
  • Active publication record in international journals
  • Very good skills in managing scientific projects
  • Excellent English (written/ oral)

 

We offer

  •  an interesting task in an international research project
  • the possibility to build and extend your network with scientists at an international level and to attend national and international conferences
  • a workplace close to the city center of Frankfurt, a lively and diverse city with high life quality
  • flexible working hours – annual special payment – company pension scheme – Senckenberg badge for free entry in museums in Frankfurt – a family-conscious personnel policy (“audit berufundfamilie”)

 

Salary and benefits are in accordance with a public service position in Germany (collective agreement TV-H, payment category E13). The contract shall start as soon as possible and will be limited to 24 months.

We look forward to your application!

Please send your application, mentioning the reference of this job offer (ref. #01-19030) by November 30th, 2019 (deadline) by e-mail (attachment in a single pdf document) and including

  • a cover letter describing your suitability and motivation
  • a detailed CV
  • your credentials and certificates
  • a list of publications
  • and contact details of two potential references to:

Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung                                                      

Senckenberganlage 25

60325 Frankfurt

E-Mail: recruiting@senckenberg.de

 

For scientific enquiries please get in contact with Dr. Stefan Dressler (stefan.dressler@senckenberg.de).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ref. #04-19007 Scientific data analyst (m/f/d) in the field of wildlife genetics

The Senckenberg Nature Research Society (SGN), an institution of the Leibniz Association with almost 800 employees, operates six research institutes located in seven federal states. SGN also assists the UNESCO World Heritage Site „Grube Messel“.

The Senckenberg Conservation Genetics Section in Gelnhausen conducts genetic monitoring of endangered wildlife in close cooperation with national conservation authorities, NGOs and scientific institutions across Germany and Europe. Our research group is responsible for genetic long-term monitoring of large carnivores in Germany and operates a genetic analysis service focused on the processing of non-invasively collected wildlife samples.

Senckenberg invites applications for a

 

Scientific data analyst (m/f/d) in the field of wildlife genetics

(full time position)

 

Your tasks:

 

·         Scoring and analysis of genotype (microsatellites, SNPs) and sequence data of mostly non-invasively collected wildlife samples to     

          identify individual, population, or species

·         Bioinformatic analyses of genetic and genomic datasets, e.g., regarding genetic population size estimations, gene flow patterns,

          inbreeding and genetic diversity

·         Writing of scientific reports and papers in German and English language

·         Communication with national and international clients and project partners, presentation of results on meetings

·         Development and implementation of new tools for the analysis of wildlife genotype data

·         Further development and technical implementation of our internal wildlife genotype database

 

Your profile:

 

·         PhD in Biology, Bioinformatics or a related discipline

·         Extensive knowledge in the statistical analysis of population genetic and genomic datasets

·         Excellent computational skills, including familiarity with Linux, database management, programming (e.g., Python, R, PHP, MySQL)

          and bioinformatic analysis of NGS data

·         Profound skills in German and English language (oral and written)

·         Team spirit, diligence, motivation and commitment as well as a high degree of initiative

 

What is awaiting you?

 

·         Interesting tasks in a dynamic team of researchers working at the interface of wildlife monitoring, research and service-oriented

          application of genetic methods

·         A meaningful profession in the field of wildlife conservation and management

·         Flexible working hours – annual special payment – company pension scheme – Senckenberg ID card for free entry in museums in

          Frankfurt

 

Salary and benefits are according to a full time public service position in Germany (presumably TV-H E 13, 100 %). The position is initially fixed for two years, with the option of subsequent permanent employment. Starting date is as soon as possible.

The Senckenberg Research Institute supports equal opportunity of men and women and therefore strongly invites women to apply. Equally qualified handicapped applicants will be given preference.

The place of employment is at the Senckenberg Research Station Gelnhausen, Germany. The station is located approx. 40 km east of Frankfurt am Main in the picturesque town of Gelnhausen, surrounded by the forests of the Spessart and Vogelsberg mountains. The city of Frankfurt can be reached in 30 min via regional train. The employer is the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung.

Please send your application before December, 1st 2019 (deadline), preferably by e-mail (attachment in a single pdf document), mentioning the reference of this position (ref. #04-19007) and including a letter outlining your suitability for the post, a detailed CV, your complete certificates, credentials and characters, and contact details of 2 references to:

Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung

Senckenberganlage 25

60325 Frankfurt

E-Mail: recruiting@senckenberg.de

Please send requests to Carsten Nowak, carsten.nowak@senckenberg.de

Ref.#09-19005 Scientific employee (m/f/d) in the field of Coleoptera

Job offer ref. #09-19005

For over 200 years the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung (SGN) represents one of the most relevant institutions investigating nature and its diversity. Currently, scientists from more than 40 countries across 11 locations in Germany conduct research in the fields of biodiversity, earth system analysis and climate change. The head office of Senckenberg is Frankfurt am Main.

The Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung intends to fill at the Senckenberg German Entomological Institute (SDEI) in Müncheberg, near Berlin, as soon as possible the position of a

 

Scientific employee (m/f/d) in the field of Coleoptera

(full time)

 

Your tasks

·      Research concentrating on the taxonomy and phylogeny of insects, ideally on beetles (Coleoptera), including related subject areas such as morphology, evolution, biogeography, ecology or conservation biology

·      Integration in core projects of the SDEI and SGN and in processes leading to scientific publications within the framework of international research on biodiversity, concomitant with active participation in the further development of the profile of Senckenberg

·      Scientific supervision of the Coleoptera Section at the SDEI, further cataloguing of the extensive collection (about 2 million specimens) and continued expansion of the collection

·      Progressive digitalization of the beetle collection and coordination of the overall digitization strategy at SDEI in line with other entomological collections of SGN

·      Self-dependent acquisition of third-party funding and coordination of such projects

·      Leadership and training of technical personnel, willingness to teach young scientists and to cooperate with professional citizen scientists

·      To take responsibility for general functions and management processes of the institute

 

Your profile

·      Degree in biology/zoology or a related discipline, completed with a Ph.D.

·      International publication activity at a professional standard on the taxonomy and phylogeny of insects, preferably Coleoptera, with an emphasis on use of collection material

·      Willingness to participate in interdisciplinary work, including ability to successfully acquire third-party funded projects and to coordinate and successfully conclude these

·      Experience with international cooperation

·      Experience in the use and application of a wide range of research methods including modern techniques

·      Experience in the construction and care of insect collections, and preferably with digitalization of collection management

·      A wide and well-grounded knowledge of entomology and the capability of communicating this to the public

·      Active engagement in entomological societies and experience in the planning and running of professional meetings and other events involving a wider public

·      A good command of English and preferably a second language. An adequate knowledge of German is firmly desired, and its rapid acquisition expected if not already given

·      Experience in the leadership and instruction of technical assistants, students and interns, and in the cooperation with citizen scientists

·      Flexibility, team compatibility, skills in communication and organization, together with didactic ability are called for. A high degree of engagement and sense of responsibility are essential.

 

What is awaiting you?

·      An attractive and challenging position in a research institution of worldwide standing

·      An employment initially limited with the prospect of an unlimited employment

·      A salary that reflects the tasks and responsibilities of the position based on the collective agreement for public service in the state of Brandenburg (TV-L E 13)

·      Self-directed action in a motivated and professional environment

·      Good opportunities for further qualification, for example, support by the SDEI to acquire an adequate command of German within short time if necessary.

 

The Senckenberg Research Institutes support equal opportunity of men and women and therefore strongly invites women to apply. Equally qualified handicapped applicants will be given preference. The place of employment is Müncheberg, Germany. The employer is the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung.

 

You would like to apply?

Please send your application documents (CV, certificates and references and a letter of motivation), mentioning the reference of this job offer (ref. #09-19005) before 2nd January, 2020 by e-mail (attachment in a single pdf document) to:

 

Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung

Senckenberganlage 25

60325 Frankfurt am Main

E-Mail: recruiting@senckenberg.de

 

 

For more information, please contact Prof. Dr. Thomas Schmitt, thomas.schmitt@senckenberg.de or + 49 33432 73698 – 3701.

Ref.#08-19013 Curator of Apterygota (m/f/d)

Job posting – Ref. #08-19013

For over 200 years the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung (SGN) represents one of the most relevant institutions investigating nature and its diversity. Currently, scientists from more than 40 countries across 11 locations in Germany conduct research in the fields of biodiversity, earth system analysis and climate change.

The Senckenberg Society for Nature Research intends to fill at the Department of Soil Zoology of the Senckenberg Museum of Natural History in Görlitz, Germany, the position of a

 

Curator of Apterygota (m/f/d)

(full time)

 
Your tasks

  • Assume responsibility for the management and curatorship of the collection of apterygote insects
  • Developing and expanding the collection of apterygote insects, especially Collembola in Görlitz
  • Conduct collection-based research on the biology of soil organisms with a focus on Collembola
  • Initiate and manage research projects and actively participate in joint projects with other scientists at the department of soil zoology,  and beyond
  • Acquisition of third-party funding
  • Developing Edaphobase, the international database on soil invertebrates
  • Actively publish results of your and the department´s research in higher-ranked international scientific journals
  • Academic education of students and supervise practical work in the course of their academic qualification
  • Participation in the publication of scientific journals
  • Participation in activities of the Science and Society program of Senckenberg
     

Your profile

  • Doctoral degree in zoology or related field
  • Excellent knowledge of integrative taxonomy and systematics of Collembola and/or analysis concerning environmental influences on Collembolan communities
  • Outstanding research record in biology of Collembola, documented by publications in international peer-reviewed scientific journals
  • Knowledge in (functional) character traits of Collembola
  • Experience in curating and managing zoological collections and databases
  • Knowledge in molecular taxonomy and population genetics would be desirable
  • Interest in collection-based research
  • Experience in the acquisition of third-party funding
  • Fluency in English both spoken and written; good knowledge of German would be an advantage
  • Motivation, engagement and willingness for independent scientific work, teamwork and willingness to lead a subordinate staff
     

What is awaiting you?

  • An attractive and challenging position in a research institution of international standing
  • A salary that reflects the tasks and responsibilities of the position based on the collective agreement for public service in the state of Saxony (TV-L E 13)
  • Flexible working hours – annual special payment – company pension scheme – 30 days holidays
     

The contract should start as soon as possible and will be initially limited. The Senckenberg Research Institutes support equal opportunity of men and women in management positions and therefore strongly invites women to apply. Equally qualified handicapped applicants will be given preference. The place of employment is Görlitz, Germany. The employer is the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung.

 

You would like to apply?

Please send your application documents, mentioning the reference of this job offer (Ref. #08-19013) before January 15th, 2020 by e-mail (attachment in a single pdf document), to:

 

Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung

Senckenberganlage 25

60325 Frankfurt am Main

 

E-Mail: recruiting@senckenberg.de

 

For more information, please contact Prof. Dr. Willi Xylander, phone: +49 3581 – 4760 – 5100.

 

Ref.#08-19013 Sektionsleitung Apterygote Insekten (m/w/d)

Stellenausschreibung – Ref. #08- 19013
 

Die Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung (SGN) wurde 1817 gegründet und zählt zu den wichtigsten Forschungseinrichtungen rund um die biologische Vielfalt. An den elf Standorten in ganz Deutschland betreiben Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler aus über 40 Nationen modernste Forschung auf internationaler Ebene. Am Standort Görlitz befindet sich das Senckenberg Museum für Naturkunde inmitten der historischen Altstadt.

 

Für ihren Standort in Görlitz „Museum für Naturkunde“ in der Abteilung Bodenzoologie sucht die Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung mit Hauptsitz in Frankfurt am Main zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine/n

 

Sektionsleiter (m/w/d) für Apterygote Insekten

(Vollzeit)

 

Ihre Aufgaben

  • Leitung der Sektion Apterygota in der Abteilung Bodenzoologie
  • Entwicklung des Sammlungs- und Forschungsprofils der Sektion
  • Forschungstätigkeit zur Gemeinschaftsökologie von Bodentieren sowie zur Systematik von Collembola
  • Wissenschaftliche Betreuung, Bearbeitung und Entwicklung der bedeutenden Sammlung „Apterygote Insekten“ am SMNG
  • Initiierung und Leitung von Forschungsprojekten und aktive Beteiligung an gemeinsamen Forschungsprojekten der Abteilung
  • Einwerbung von Drittmitteln
  • Beteiligung an der Entwicklung von Edaphobase, der internationalen Datenbank zu Bodentieren
  • Kontinuierliche qualifizierte Publikationstätigkeit
  • Aufbau von Kooperationen zu anderen nationalen und internationalen Arbeitsgruppen, einschließlich anderer Abteilungen in Görlitz und in anderen Senckenberg-Instituten
  • Engagement in der akademischen Lehre, Betreuung von Qualifikanten
  • Mitwirkung bei der Herausgabe von Fachjournalen
  • Beteiligung an Aktivitäten im Programmbereich Wissenschaft & Gesellschaft
     

Ihr Profil

  • Promotion in Zoologie oder einem verwandten Fach
  • Hervorragende Kenntnisse zur Integrativen Taxonomie und Biologie von Collembola oder/und zu Gemeinschaftsanalysen bzgl. Umwelteinflüssen auf Collembola
  • Qualifizierter Publikations-Record
  • Kenntnisse in (funktionellen) character traits bei Collembola
  • Erfahrungen mit naturwissenschaftlichen Sammlungen und Datenbanken
  • Erfahrungen mit molekularer Taxonomie und Populationsgenetik wären von Vorteil
  • Interesse an sammlungsbasierter Forschung
  • Erfahrung bei der Einwerbung von Drittmittelprojekten
  • Englisch fließend in Wort und Schrift; gute Deutschkenntnisse sind von Vorteil
  • Motivation, Engagement und Fähigkeit zur selbstständigen wissenschaftlichen Arbeit
  • Bereitschaft und Fähigkeit zur Teamarbeit und zur Anleitung von Mitarbeitenden
     

Wir bieten Ihnen

  • eine attraktive und herausfordernde Tätigkeit in einer weltweit anerkannten Forschungseinrichtung eigenverantwortliches Handeln in einem motivierten und professionellen Umfeld
  • Flexible Arbeitszeiten – offenes und kollegiales Umfeld – familienfreundliche Arbeitsbedingungen / zertifiziert durch das „audit berufundfamilie“ – Dienstausweis in Verbindung mit kostenfreien Eintritt in alle Senckenbergischen Museen – Jahressonderzahlung (nach TV-L) – betriebliche Altersvorsorge
     

Die Stelle wird entsprechend TV-L 13 (100%) vergütet und ist zunächst befristet. Dienstort ist Görlitz. Senckenberg strebt an, den Frauenanteil in Leitungspositionen zu erhöhen. Qualifizierte Kandidatinnen werden daher besonders ermutigt, sich zu bewerben. Senckenberg ist durch das „audit berufundfamilie“ zertifiziert. Bewerbungen von Menschen mit Behinderungen werden bei gleicher Eignung bevorzugt berücksichtigt.

 

Sind Sie Interessiert?

Dann senden Sie Ihre vollständigen und aussagekräftigen Bewerbungsunterlagen (Anschreiben, CV, Ausbildungs- und Arbeitszeugnisse), in elektronischer Form (als einzelne PDF-Datei), unter Angabe der Referenznummer #08-19013 bis zum 15.01.2020 an:

 

Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung

Senckenberganlage 25

60325 Frankfurt a.M.

 

E-Mail: recruiting@senckenberg.de

 

Ansprechpartner für Rückfragen ist Prof. Dr. Willi Xylander, Tel. 03581 / 4760-5100.