Professorship (W1) in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry / Psychotherapy in Preclinical and Clinical Trauma Research


at the UNIVERSITY ULM, Medical Faculty in the Clinic for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry / Psychotherapy
(Medical Director, Prof. Dr. Jörg M. Fegert)



Responsibilities:
The successful candidate is expected to represent the teaching on the complete field of child and adolescent psychiatry at the Clinic for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychotherapy.
The focus of the research will be on trauma-related health care and psychotherapy for children and adolescents as well on translational research in preclinical and clinical trauma research. Close interdisciplinary cooperation with the Center for Trauma Research as a focus of research activities is also expected.
In addition, offers that improve networking in trauma research and other dissemination activities are to be scientifically accompanied and their effects researched.



Recruitment requirements:
The applicant has graduated (University degree) in human medicine, psychology, other relevant social science disciplines. He/she holds an doctorate, MD od ThD and is experienced in teaching at university level or has corresponding qualification (e.g. MQ I, MQ II, Master of Medical Education). Experience in interdisciplinary courses and/or e-learning is particularly welcome.
The selection and employment procedure is based on the regulations laid down by university law regarding the appointment of professors.
The appointment will initially be on the basis of a temporary civil servant status or on an employee status for six years. There will be no further extension, apart from the cases of § 45 Abs. 6 LHGBW.
 






Please send your detailed application with the relevant documents, including the obligatory application form (available at: www.uni-ulm.de/med.fakueltaet/organisation/dekanat/geschaeftsstelle-buero-des-dekans.html) by 10.03.2019 to the Dean of the Medical Faculty of Ulm University, Prof. Dr. Thomas Wirth, D-89069 Ulm.
 

The University aims to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching and therefore strongly encourages qualified female scientists to apply.
Handicapped people with equal qualifications will be employed preferentially.
In general, full-time positions are divisible.