Tuesday, February 15, 2022

[DMANET] 6 lecturer/TT/professor positions at the interfaces of Mathematics, Computing Science and Physics at Utrecht University (in a lovely Dutch city near Amsterdam)

The job posting can be found here: https://www.uu.nl/en/organisation/working-at-utrecht-university/jobs/6-positions-at-the-interfaces-of-mathematics-computing-science-and-physics-08-10-fte.

There are 6 positions advertised. The level depends on the experience of the applicant: lecturer/researcher (non-permanent), assistant or associate professor (permanent).

Research topics mentioned in the job posting include operations research, combinatorial optimization, quantum computing and quantum algorithms, but other areas on the boundary of mathematics and computer science (such as game theory, complexity theory or graph theory) may also be considered.

*Deadline*: 14 March 2022

Utrecht University is a friendly and ambitious university at the heart of an ancient city. Utrecht is a thriving cultural hub that is consistently rated as one of the world's happiest cities. Its central train station has short and frequent connections to most other Dutch cities.

*Lecturer/researcher positions*
- a full-time position for five years;
- a full-time gross salary that ranges between €2,846 and €4,490 per month (scale 10 Collective Labour Agreement Dutch Universities).

*Assistant/Associate professor*
- a full-time position on a tenure track or a placement on a permanent position (which could be preceded by an 18 month temporary contract);
- a full-time gross salary, depending on previous qualifications and work experience, that ranges between €3,821 and €7,079 per month (scale 11-14 Collective Labour Agreement Dutch Universities);
- a special perk includes the possibility to hire a PhD candidate in order to start up your research.

All positions include travel budget and the great secondary conditions of the Collective Labour Agreement Dutch Universities (e.g. 8% holiday bonus, 8.3% end-of-year bonus, a pension scheme, partially paid parental leave and flexible employment).

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