- Hogeschool van Amsterdam
- Amsterdam (Noord-Holland)
- Management / Leidinggevend, Onderwijsgevend
- min. 0.8 fte, max. 1 fte
- max. 15 (€5.642,27 - €7.284,86)
- Stafdienst (algemeen)
Functie-inhoudFor this position, we are searching for a visionary
As a professor, you are responsible for the development of research and teaching. This position requires vision – vision in terms of research ideas in the field of MRO and in terms of working with our partners (companies and organisations) and employees to make a difference. At the Aviation Academy, you will make an active contribution to aviation through applied research and the dissemination of knowledge. In addition to publications, this includes training professionals through Master classes and organising international conferences.The main task of the professor in Aviation Engineering is to expand the research programme in cooperation with the international aviation sector and to link this to the teaching activities of the Aviation Academy. You have a clear vision of the role and contribution of applied MRO research in aviation, you are able to involve lecturers/researchers and students in research projects, and you ensure that acquired knowledge is incorporated in the Bachelor’s curriculum, master classes and/or the professional Master’s programme. As a professor, you have a visible role in education, and you coordinate the tasks of the associate professors and lecturer/researchers in the professorship.More specifically, the professor in Aviation Engineering explores the question of how MRO can contribute to making aviation more sustainable. You are able to maintain and expand the network of the Aviation Academy. The professor in Aviation Engineering is a member of the Aviation Academy Management Team together with the director of education, fellow professors and business development manager. The Management Team directs the progress and development of the Aviation Academy and coordinates this with the dean of the faculty.
OrganisatieThe Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) is based in The Netherlands, in the city of Amsterdam. Amsterdam is a cosmopolitan city where 175 different nationalities live and work together and where the English language is largely spoken. The city is a hotbed of education and research in all conceivable areas: culture and society, trade, logistics, aviation, shipping, ICT, sport, healthcare, education and much more. At AUAS we take full advantage of this wealth of opportunities in order to provide the best possible education and produce cutting-edge research.The business sector needs graduates who have both intercultural and international (work/study) experience. For this reason AUAS ensures that internationalisation is integrally embedded in our educational programmes and the research activities of our schools.The AUAS trains the professionals of tomorrow. Practical orientated research is an important component of the educational programmes offered by our schools. Our research always addresses a real-life world problem from the professional field, and we conduct the research in close collaboration with both academics and professionals working in the particular discipline. We have a joint Executive Board with the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and our close cooperation with the UvA is particularly valuable for research purposes.The AUAS consists of seven schools. We have a total of 43,000 students and offer a total of 80 bachelor and master programmes.We have 250 partner institutes across 50 different countries and contribute to various educational projects such as curriculum development, research projects, student/professor exchanges and work placements within an international working field. This ensures that the education provided by AUAS is truly internationally orientated.
AfdelingAviation Academy: making a differenceAt the Aviation Academy, our ambition is to provide the current and next generation of professionals with the skills they need to meet the international aviation challenges of the next 10 to 15 years. We do this by providing both education and research, working closely with commercial and academic partners across the globe. This emphasis on collaboration boosts our students’ professional and research skills by placing them in real-world aviation settings. Here, they can prepare themselves for their future aviation career while bringing about tangible change in the companies they work with. Our current programme focuses on a variety of specific research areas, and you can find a detailed description here.The Aviation Engineering professorship was launched in 2009 and has since established a solid track record of research in the field of aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) and Human Factors and Safety. The professorship particularly focuses on MRO, and has an extensive network in the national and international aviation sector. Current research projects concern the use of data and predictive maintenance, applying lean in MRO and maintenance of modern materials. More information about the professorship and the research carried out can be found on the website: (http://www.amsterdamuas.com/aviation)
Functie eisenAre you the professor we are looking for, one who can inspire our students and staff members?
You have a relevant academic background in the field of Aviation Engineering and have a PhD. You have acquired relevant work experience within the aviation sector, specifically with MRO and preferably within the industry. Experience with Safety and Human Factors is considered a plus.You are an authority in the sector. You are up to date with the latest developments, both technologically and commercially. You are also capable of applying strategic and practical issues in your field of expertise in the research programme and vice-versa. You have a relevant network within the sector and the world of academic/applied sciences. You are looking forward to coaching associate professors, researchers and PhD candidates. You have excellent communication skills, and you are also entrepreneurial, diplomatic and eager to take the initiative.
The activities fall under the organisational position of professor 2. This position corresponds to salary scale 15 (cao hbo). The salary is a maximum of € 7,284 gross per month with a full appointment and is dependent on knowledge and experience. It is initially a temporary appointment for a period of four years. The AUAS has an extensive package of secondary employment benefits, including a generous holiday scheme and a 13th-month payment. In addition, the AUAS (through the AUAS Academy) offers excellent study and development opportunities and encourages employees to continue to improve their professional skills.
For more information about this vacancy, please contact Geert Boosten, professor in Aviation Management, via email: email@example.com (do not use this email address to apply for the position).Applications
Click on the link at the bottom of this job vacancy to apply online. Applications sent directly to the contact or by any other means will not be processed. This job vacancy was published both internally and externally at the same time. In the event of equal suitability, internal candidates will have priority over external candidates. More information about the application procedure can be found on our website.Throughout the recruitment and selection process to fill this vacancy, we adhere to the AUAS Recruitment Code. Unsolicited marketing is not appreciated.
Closing date 21 November 2019.
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