|Organisation:||Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel|
The Christian-Albrechts-University to Kiel (CAU) is the scientific center of Schleswig-Holstein. More than 2,000 scientists and around 450 professorships educate approximately 27,000 students. Overall, the CAU employs around 3,500 staff and is one of the largest employers in the region.
Kiel University is seeking to recruit in the Central University Administration, in the Department Strategy and Planning, with effect from 1 August 2023
The position is limited for a period of three years. The regular weekly working hours are 100% of a full-time job (currently 38.7 hours). The salary will be up to E13 TV-L if the requirements of the tariff conditions are met.
A large number of actors in research, teaching, transfer, administration and operations at CAU have been living sustainability for a long time - with the university's goal of being climate-neutral by 2030 firmly in mind. The project 'Sustainable University' promotes the strategic developmentof sustainability issues in the areas of research, teaching, transfer and campus life towards a university-wide understanding of sustainability. An important institutional project goal is therefore to develop cornerstones for a university-wide understanding of sustainability and a first sustainability report. The 'Sustainable University' project encourages and facilitates student commitment to sustainability in particular. A core element is therefore the establishment of a Green Office at Kiel University. This will strengthen cooperation between the already existing andmotivated actors and promote cooperation and synergies.
The project officer works in part as a staff member of the department Strategy and Planning for the development of sustainability concepts in the context of the overall university strategy. On the other hand, the project officer prepares the conception and the establishment of a Green Office and supports the student team administratively and thematically.
Proven professional experience, e.g. in the development of sustainability strategies, in the implementation of sustainability projects, in sustainability management, in the involvement insustainability reporting
What we offer
You can expect a versatile and varied job in a cooperative working environment. The campus and the city are characterised by a lively, innovative and international atmosphere. As a family-friendly employer, we offer flexible working hours and very good conditions for balancing family and career. Part-time employment is generally possible. In addition, we offer attractive further education and training, health management, a job ticket and an attractive sports programme atreduced rates.
Kiel University sees itself as a modern and cosmopolitan employer. We welcome your application regardless of your age, gender, cultural and social origin, religion, ideology, disability or sexual identity. We promote gender equality. Women are given priority in cases of equal aptitude, ability and professional performance.
We are committed to the employment of people with disabilities: Applications from severely disabled persons and persons of equal status will be given preferential consideration if they are suitably qualified. We expressly welcome applications from people with a migration background.
Please send your application documents (cover letter, curriculum vitae, selected certificates andreferences) without a photo by 31 May 2023 by email (with an attachment of no more than 5 MB bundled into one document) to: email@example.com
If you have any questions about the advertised position, please contact Inga Brandes at:
firstname.lastname@example.org, phone +49-(0)431-880-7150.
We expressly request that you refrain from submitting photographs/application photos. Please note that all documents will be destroyed once the recruitment process has been completed. Forpaper applications, please send copies without application folders, as application documents will not be returned.
Interviews (in German) are expected to take place in the second half of June.