Senior Lecturer / Lecturer with Tenure Track for Sport Science with focus on People in Digital Transformation
80 - 100%
The Institute of Sport Science, Faculty of Human Sciences of the University of Bern, seeks Senior Lecturer / Lecturer with Tenure Track for Sport Science with focus on People in Digital Transformation (80-100%) As of 1st April 2022 (or by arrangement).
Representing sport science focused on digitalized teaching and learning, undertaking research, coordinating related projects across departments and potential cross-institute collaborations in the area of people in digital transformation .
Research projects on sport and digitalization (e.g., digitalized learning in sport and movement, possibilities and consequences of digital transformation in sport, movement behaviour and body awareness)
Coordination and support of digitalization-related research and teaching activities and projects
Teach courses and supervise BSc and MSc theses related teaching and learning in the context of digital transformation
Support for the profile Teaching and Learning (Master programme Sport Science)
Contribute to academic administration
A university degree, preferably in sport science
An aptitude for teaching at Bachelor and Master level and teaching experience in courses, preferably on digitalization of teaching and learning in sport
Sound specialist knowledge (including research and publication activities)
Very good language skills in German and English (Teaching in German is expected upon completion of the first two years of employment.)
Knowledge and experience in practice and training in sport as well as in academic administration are considered an asset
A doctoral degree is a prerequisite, further research experience desired
Possibilities for individual research and teaching development
Cooperation opportunities at the Institute of Sport Science, and within the Faculty of Human Sciences, in particular within the Department of Sports Pedagogy
Good working environment with a motivated team
Position in accordance with cantonal regulations
In case of an appointment as lecturer with tenure track the position is limited to three years with perspective to a permanent position in case of fulfilment of the qualification criteria.
In the interests of equal opportunities, the University of Bern aims to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching and therefore strongly encourages applications from qualified women.
The University of Bern offers flexible working time models and family / partnership arrangements. These include childcare facilities, assistance for partners and the possibility of job sharing (www.
vereinbarkeit.unibe.ch). For further information please contact Prof. Dr. S. Nagel, Direktor Institut of Sport Science, University of Bern, Phone.
41 31 684 51 53, Email. siegfried.nagel unibe.ch Please send your application with the usual documents (including curriculum vitae with academic background, list of publications, and list of academic teaching activities) electronically by 31st January 2022