REGULATIONS FOR RECRUITMENT OF TEACHING AND RESEARCH STAFF
I Personal particulars
2. Date of birth
4. Address, telephone, e-mail
5. Education (institution, date of graduation, year of award of academic degree / completion of studies).
6. Language skills
7. Professional career, including current position
II Research and development work
8. Main fields of research. For each field, the candidate should submit a short overview of research results, with reference to respective items in the list of publications. If a publication has co-authors, the candidate should identify the contribution that he or she made to the publication. Candidates to the position of professor, senior lecturer or senior research fellow should provide an overview of research results in each of their main fields of research as themed research cycles, each of which should represent a body of work equivalent to a PhD thesis.
9. Total number of academic publications and the number of such publications during the last five years.
10. A list of major publications. It is advisable (required in the case candidates for the position of professor, senior lecturer or senior research fellow) to add such publications to the candidate’s application.
11. Research grants and contracts awarded to the candidate (source of funding, programme, cost, term).
12. Other administrative and professional activities (organisation of conferences, participation
in editorial boards, participation in various councils, professional associations, legislative bodies, committees of experts, etc.).
III Teaching work
13. Information regarding teaching work carried out at universities (a list of lecture courses and practical tasks, the workload involved, the number of students who took the courses, information on student feedback, creation of study aids, including e-courses) during the previous employment period or during the last five years in the case of a permanent employment contract.
14. Supervision. The number of students supervised, a list of supervised students who have defended their theses (in the case of candidates to the position of professor, the emphasis should be on Master's and PhD students).
15. Other activities in support of teaching (participation in the admission of new students, drawing up, developing and updating of programmes and syllabi, participation in programme committees, leading a programme).
IV Administrative and other duties
(including participation in the work of committees, councils, etc.).
V Professional development
16. Specialism-related professional development (including professional development activities undertaken abroad).
17. Continuing education courses taken to improve teaching skills (including courses taken abroad).
18. Other continuing education courses taken (including courses taken abroad).
VI Public and social activities
19. Participation in the organisation of events; publications and appearances in the news media.
20. Science awareness raising work.
21. Public appearances.