Professor of Applied Geology
Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences
Duties and responsibilities
- Teaching at all levels of higher education, using modern teaching methods and educational technology.
- Supervising students (primarily master’s and doctoral students).
- Activities related to the administration and development of teaching.
- High-level RDC activities, incl. directing RDC activities in the field of applied geology and taking care that necessary resources (incl. research grants) are available for it. Directing a research theme.
- Participation in the work of academic and administrative decision-making bodies.
- Social and public activities.
- Participation in research administrative activities of international dimension.
See also job description.
PhD or an equivalent qualification.
- Previous work experience as a professor, associate professor, research professor or senior research fellow.
- Ability to organise teaching and teach at all levels of higher education.
- Previous teaching experience, effective supervising of doctoral students.
- Knowledge of modern study aids and learning methods.
- Ability to organise RDC activities in the specialisation.
- Internationally recognised professional research, the volume of which so far is equivalent to at least three doctoral theses.
- Ongoing active engagement in research, internationally recognised research in the last five years at least in the volume equivalent to that of 1.5 doctoral thesis.
- Success in applying for research funding as well as managing and performing RDC-related contracts in the last five years.
- Participation in the work of the international community in the specialisation.
- Experience in the application and popularisation of theoretical knowledge.
- Experience in team or project management.
Required language skills
Excellent English, Estonian is an advantage.
Remuneration based on UT Salary Rules.
See also UT salary rules.
Professor Kalle Kirsimäe, kalle.kirsimae [ät] ut.ee.