[Air-l] Fwd: [WDL] assistant professor position offered in salzburg

Jeremy Hunsinger jhuns at vt.edu
Thu Jun 16 07:38:39 PDT 2005



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> From: Sue Thomas <Sue.Thomas at DMU.AC.UK>
> Date: June 16, 2005 10:01:36 AM EDT
> To: WRITING-AND-THE-DIGITAL-LIFE at JISCMAIL.AC.UK
> Subject: [WDL] assistant professor position offered in salzburg
> Reply-To: WRITING-AND-THE-DIGITAL-LIFE at JISCMAIL.AC.UK
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>>>> Martin Warnke <iugwarnke at uni-lueneburg.de> 16/06/05 10:13 >>>
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> Wolfgang Hofkirchner < wolfgang.hofkirchner at sbg.ac.at> schrieb:
>
> assistant professor position offered in salzburg
>
> dear colleagues,
>
> I am looking for an assistant professor. pls, feel free to disseminate
> this text:
>
> The Center for Advanced Studies and Research in Information and
> Communication Technologies & Society (ICT&S) at The University of
> Salzburg is announcing a Post Doctoral, Assistant Professorship,  
> within
> the Center's Internet & Society Research Unit.
>
> Area of research and teaching: eTheory which relates to theories of
> shaping ICTs for a sustainable global information society. Areas that
> are focused in particular are:
>
> *     Information Society Theories
> *     Sociology of Technology, Technology Assessment
> *     Social Theories
> *     Systems Thinking
> *     Information Science
> *     Philosophy of Science and Technology
>
> Required qualifications: completed terminal degree: Professional
> Doctorate, Ph.D.
>
> Additional qualifications desired: Inter- and/or transdisciplinary
> knowledge and experience; Project proposal writing and project
> management; Social-science methods; Teaching experience.
>
> Personal characteristics desired: Demonstrated ability and willingness
> to work as a member of a (inter-/transdisciplinary) team; Ability to
> work under pressure and with limited time frames; Demonstrated ability
> and willingness to fulfil administrative duties.
>
> Female applicants are encouraged to apply and have special  
> preference in
> the event candidates of equal qualifications are chosen.
>
> Intended start date: 1 October 2005
> Length of employment: 5 years
> Number of hours expected to work per week: 40
>
> For more information, please look at http://www.sbg.ac.at/aktuelles/
> stellen/(GZ: A 0045/1-2005) or call: +43/662 8044/4802.
>
> Deadline for applications: 6 July 2005
>
> thank you,
> Prof Dr wolfgang Hofkirchner
> internet and society
>
> ict&s center for advanced studies and research in icts & society
> university of salzburg sigmund-haffner-gasse 18 a 5020 salzburg
>
> phone ++43 662 8044 4821
> fax ++43 662 6389 4800
> www.icts.sbg.ac.at
>
> editor of tripleC - cognition communication co-operation
> http://triplec.uti.at/
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