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Postdoctoral appointment in Social Science Education

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Karlstad University / Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences / The department of Political, Historical, Religious and Cultural Studies

Sapere Aude—dare to be wise—is our motto. Our students and employees develop knowledge and expertise that enrich both people and the world around them. Our academic environment is characterised by curiosity, courage and perseverance. Gender equality, diversity and a democratic approach form the foundation of our organisation. We are located in an active and scenic region and we promote sustainable development in close collaboration with the wider society.
 
Karlstad University has a total of approximately 1,400 employees and 19,000 students spread across two inspiring campus environments in Karlstad and Arvika.
 
More information at: kau.se/en/work-with-us

Description

The postdoctoral appointment is tied to the Centre for Social Science Didactics (CSD). CSD is a research centre focused on subject-specific education in geography, history, social sciences and religious studies.  Research conducted at CSD takes a practical approach with the aim to influence the conditions, forms and content of teaching, as well as a focusing on theory and method development.

CSD is a research centre and does not have employed staff. The postdoctoral appointment will be placed at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences within the subject of geography, history, social sciences or religious studies, depending on the applicant’s specialisation.

The appointment is expected to contribute to the research field of subject-specific education with a specialisation in one of the research domains of CSD, for example, learning and subject-specific education in the anthropocene; migration and interculturality; news as study resources and didactic models.  More information about CSD: https://www.kau.se/en/csd

Duties

As postdoc at CSD, you will be part of our research environment and active as an independent researcher as well as in collaboration with other researchers at CSD. You research should have a clear focus on subject-specific education and relate to the CSD research programme. Your main duties will consist of conducting research and writing research application.  The research findings can be published both as individual and multi-authored publications. You will contribute to the local research environment by active participation in the activities at CSD, such as research seminars and workshops, as well as being present in the day-to-day operations and workplace community. 

Duties include teaching and/or administrative duties of up to 20% of working hours. There will be funds to cover costs of conferences and similar events. You are also expected to collaborate with the larger community to create mutual exchange and work to ensure that the knowledge and expertise available at the university is put to good use in society.

Qualification requirements

To be eligible for the postdoctoral appointment, applicants are required to hold a PhD with a specialisation in education in geography, history, social sciences or religious studies, or another related subject, or have equivalent qualifications from abroad that are considered equivalent to a PhD. The PhD must be completed before a decision to appoint an applicant is made. The appointment is primarily intended for applicants who have completed their PhD or acquired equivalent qualifications no longer than three years before the application deadline.

Qualifications obtained earlier may be considered if there are special grounds, such as sick leave, parental leave, clinical service, service as a union representative, military service or similar, or service/assignment of relevance to the appointment.

Assessment criteria

Applicants are assessed on the basis of academic qualifications and on the basis of the quality and feasibility of the research plan submitted with the application. Special weight will be placed on previously published research in subject-specific education, the connection to CSD’s research, and the quality and level of independence in the research plan.

Special weight will be given to personal qualities such as the ability to cooperate, show sound judgement and take responsibility, as well as a positive attitude towards colleagues and students. Special weight will also be given to proficiency in spoken and written English. A degree in education and experience of teaching in primary or secondary school (lower or upper) or acquisition of other educational qualifications are also seen as valuable qualifications. Proficiency in Swedish, alternatively Norwegian or Danish, both in speech and in writing, is another valuable qualification since a large part of our research takes place in collaboration with teachers and headmasters/-mistresses within the national school system.

Terms

This is a full-time 2-year appointment with the possibility of an extension for one more year. The appointment may also be extended if there are special grounds, such as parental leave or sick leave. Start date is 1 August or in the autumn semester 2023 according to agreement.

A condition for the postdoctoral appointment is that the applicant has not previously held a postdoctoral appointment with the support of a central agreement for more than one year in the same or related subject area at the same university/authority.

Application

Submit the application via the University’s web-based recruitment tool, Varbi. For advice on how to draft your application, refer to “What should be included with my application?”

Applicants are responsible for submitting a complete application in accordance with the advertisement, for providing translations of any documents written in a language other than Swedish or English, and for ensuring that the documentation allows for objective and qualitative assessment. A complete application should be submitted by the application deadline. An incomplete application may jeopardise a fair assessment of qualifications.

The application should include:

  • CV
  • cover letter describing the applicant’s qualifications and research interests in relation to the duties of the position
  • a list of publications (in multi-authored publications, the role of the applicant must be specified)
  • proposal for a research plan, where the reason for applying is presented and a possible research theme is discussed (5-10 pages)
  • copies of relevant transcripts, degree certificates, certificates to corroborate previous employment, and letters of recommendation
  • copy of doctoral thesis and other relevant publications
  • language proficiency certificates
  • two references, at least one of which is a current or former supervisor

Attach all the documents and publications you wish to be considered to the electronic application (do not just provide links). Name each uploaded document to clearly indicate its content.

Documents that cannot be submitted electronically, such as books or publications, should be sent to:

Karlstads universitet
Josefin Rönnqvist
651 88 Karlstad

State the ref.no: REK2022/306

Application deadline: 9 March 2023
 

We look forward to your application!

Karlstad University has chosen advertising channels for this recruitment and firmly declines any contact with advertising or recruitment agencies.

HR Excellence in Research
Karlstad University received the European Commission’s HR Excellence in Research award September 2020. The award is issued to employers with a stimulating work environment and good conditions for researchers and its continuous improvement. The award also conveys the university’s commitment to fair and transparent recruitment as well as favorable professional development for researchers. Read more: kau.se/hrs4r

Type of employmentTemporary position longer than 6 months
Contract typeFull time
First day of employmentAugust 1, or as agreed by both parties
SalaryMonthly
Number of positions1
Full-time equivalent100%
CityKarlstad
CountyVärmlands län
CountrySweden
Reference numberREK2022/306
ContactKenneth Nordgren, Director CSD, +46702487072Gabriel Bladh, Director CSD, +46733017853
Union representativeThomas Bragefors, SACO, 054-7001714Denita Gustavsson, OFR, 054-7001434
Last application date09.Mar.2023 11:59 PM CET

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Postdoc in public health sciences

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Karlstad University / Faculty of Health, Science and Technology / Department of Health Sciences

Sapere Aude—dare to be wise—is our motto. Our students and employees develop knowledge and expertise that enrich both people and the world around them. Our academic environment is characterised by curiosity, courage and perseverance. Gender equality, diversity and a democratic approach form the foundation of our organisation. We are located in an active and scenic region and we promote sustainable development in close collaboration with the wider society.
 
Karlstad University has a total of approximately 1,400 employees and 19,000 students spread across two inspiring campus environments in Karlstad and Arvika.
 
More information at: kau.se/en/work-with-us

The subject of Public Health Science at Karlstad University is expanding, giving us an opportunity to advertise an assistant professor to further develop our successful research.

Description

Public health science belongs to the Department of Health Sciences at the Faculty of Health, Nature and Technology at Karlstad University. In public health science, research and teaching is conducted with a focus on children’s life and health. This is conducted within three medical tracks; an environmental medicine track with a focus on environmental factors early in life and their importance for health and development in children, a community medicine track that focuses on vulnerable children, violence in close relationships and health-promoting environments, as well as a track in medical science that includes, among other things anatomy, physiology and pathology.

On the subject, there are several recognized and well-qualified researchers with a high scientific output, together with currently seven doctoral students. Of importance for the current position is the SELMA study, a pregnancy cohort which follows more than 2,000 mother-child pairs from early pregnancy through childbirth and later in life with a focus on environmental factors, genetics/epigenetics and children’s health and development in the broadest sense (www.selmastudien.se). Our research in SELMA takes place in close collaboration with world-leading institutions in Sweden and the rest of the world, where we connect our epidemiological studies with experimental toxicology in cell and animal models for new knowledge on biological mechanisms and development of better risk assessment systems for hazardous chemicals. The research is funded by research councils nationally (Swedish Research Council, Formas) and within the EU and the US-NIH.

Duties

The position is central in two projects recently funded in the context of SELMA starting in 2023: Firstly, a large international EU project, RE-MEND, which aims to identify resilience markers against mental illness across endocrine-sensitive life stages and includes 15 international partners, and secondly, Epi-Clock, a project focusing on the role of the prenatal environment in setting epigenetic clocks in children and examining if such changes in the epi-genetic clock is associated to children´s neurodevelopment.

Karlstad University’s role in these and other projects is to analyse and interpret the data generated in the SELMA cohort in the context of the biological questions posed. The successful candidate will be central to the establishment of the analytical pipelines that make use of the relevant SELMA data, work closely together with the clinicians and other experts required to interpret the results, and establish new research projects making use of the SELMA and other cohorts.

To contribute to a good working environment and development of the business, you are present and participate in the daily work and the community.

The position is an opportunity for you to work 100% with research in an international environment with a successful project.

Qualification requirements

Applicants are required to hold a PhD or equivalent in bioinformatics, computational biology, epidemiology, or an adjacent field. You can also have a foreign degree that is considered equivalent to a Swedish doctorate. The doctoral degree must be issued before a decision on employment is made and it should have expired no later than three years before the end of the application period.

To be eligible for the postdoc position, applicants are required to have demonstrated research in environmental epidemiology, computational biology with focus on large cohort analyses, or similar research directions. Applicants must be highly experienced and skilled in statistical analysis of large clinical datasets, experience with at least one OMICs technology and its processing as well as analysis, and have experience in analysing exposures in human and other model species. Verification is expected in the form of publications of a high academic quality in international journals within the research domain as well as documented experience in teaching and educational development.

Good written and oral knowledge of English is required for employment.

Assessment criteria

Special weight will be given to documented skill and experience in the analysis of “large” and “big data” with focus on statistical modelling of data. Special weight will further be given to skills in predictive modelling, artificial intelligence, machine learning, network biology, chemoinformatics, epidemiology, development of bioinformatics tools, and associated knowledge on molecular biology tools are valuabe qualitifications.

Considerable weight will be given to the ability to cooperate, sound judgement, responsibility, dedication, and a positive attitude towards colleagues and students.

Terms

The employment is a temporary fixed term, full-time as a postdoc for 3 years. External funds for the position have been granted for 5 years. Employment will begin as soon as possible.

Application

Submit the application via the university’s web-based recruitment tool, Varbi. For advice on how to draft your application, refer to “What should be included with my application?”
Applicants are responsible for submitting a complete application in accordance with the advertisement, for providing translations of any documents written in a language other than Swedish or English, and for ensuring that the documentation allows for objective and qualitative assessments. A complete application should be submitted by the application deadline. An incomplete application may jeopardise a fair assessment of qualifications.

The application should include:

  • CV
  • cover letter describing the applicant’s qualifications and research interests in relation to the duties of the position,
  • a list of publications (in multi-authored publications, the role of the applicant must be specified)
  • copies of relevant transcripts, degree certificates, certificates to corroborate previous employment, and letters of recommendation
  • copy of doctoral thesis and other relevant publications
  • language proficiency certificates
  • two references, at least one of which is a current or former supervisor

Attach all the documents and publications you wish to be considered to the electronic application (do not just provide links). Name each uploaded document to clearly indicate its content.

Documents that cannot be submitted electronically, such as books or publications, should be sent to:

Karlstads universitet
Josefin Rönnqvist
651 88 Karlstad

State the ref.no: REK2022/302

Application deadline: 2023-02-28

We look forward to your application!

Karlstad University has chosen advertising channels for this recruitment and firmly declines any contact with advertising or recruitment agencies.

HR Excellence in Research
Karlstad University received the European Commission’s HR Excellence in Research award September 2020. The award is issued to employers with a stimulating work environment and good conditions for researchers and its continuous improvement. The award also conveys the university’s commitment to fair and transparent recruitment as well as favorable professional development for researchers. Read more: kau.se/hrs4r

Type of employmentTemporary position longer than 6 months
Contract typeFull time
First day of employmentEnligt överenskommelse
SalaryMånadslön
Number of positions1
Full-time equivalent100%
CityKarlstad
CountyVärmlands län
CountrySweden
Reference numberREK2022/302
ContactCarl-Gustaf Bornehag, 0705866565
Union representativeThomas Bragefors, SACO, 054-7001714Denita Gustavsson, OFR, 054-7001434
Last application date28.Feb.2023 11:59 PM CET

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Doctoral student in Chemical Engineering

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Faculty of Health, Science and Technology

Sapere Aude—dare to be wise—is our motto. Our students and employees develop knowledge and expertise that enrich both people and the world around them. Our academic environment is characterised by curiosity, courage and perseverance. Gender equality, diversity and a democratic approach form the foundation of our organisation. We are located in an active and scenic region and we promote sustainable development in close collaboration with the wider society.
 
Karlstad University has a total of approximately 1,400 employees and 19,000 students spread across two inspiring campus environments in Karlstad and Arvika.
 
More information at: kau.se/en/work-with-us

Description

The Faculty of Health, Science and Technology invites applications for a doctoral studentship in Chemical Engineering at the Department of Engineering and Chemical Sciences.

The Department of Engineering and Chemical Sciences has around 65 staff members and offers courses as part of four engineering study programmes as well as the teachers training programmes. The department comprises four subjects: Building and Construction Engineering, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, and Environmental and Energy Systems.

Research and teaching in Chemical Engineering are mainly focused on chemical engineering processes in forest- industrial applications as well as on the chemical mechanisms of the materials’ interactions and properties. Research is conducted in close cooperation with international, national and regional partners from the academy and industry. The department hosts the Pro2BE research environment (Processes and products for a circular bioeconomy; https://www.kau.se/en/pro2be), comprising around 20 researchers. Pro2BE focuses on sustainable solutions for process technology and product applications in the forestry-based industry and broader society. Pro2BE is based on robust regional and national partnerships, and researchers manage and participate in various international projects.

The subject Chemical Engineering and the Pro2BE research environment are currently in an expansion phase and we are therefore seeking a doctoral student The research group has a prominent position in the area of process and materials technology research on the barrier coatings of fibre-based packaging. We study renewable materials and innovative coating techniques using advanced experimental equipment and various modelling techniques.

Duties

The successful applicant will join a team of researchers focusing on chemical engineering aspects of wood fibres, modified cellulosic materials, dewatering and drying as well as computational fluid dynamics, mass transfer models, rheological characterization of complex fluids and renewable packaging solutions. The studies will involve experimental work as well as calculations and modelling of the barrier performance.

The research focus of the doctoral student will be on:

  • To experimentally modify the surface chemistry and properties of the biobased coating materials to affect both rheological and barrier performance.
  • To analyse properties of the biobased and sustainable components into diffusion and solubility by using molecular modelling techniques for fundamental interactions as well as fluid dynamics modelling for the interaction with surrounding liquids and gases
  • To employ different coating techniques, also in combinations, in even smarter ways to achieve barrier functionality and to scale up to pilot or industrial scale, or by using advanced instrumental facilities, to verify successful laboratory results, at Karlstad University and at collaborating facilities

The doctoral student may also take part in teaching activities in courses on BSc and MSc levels of curricula at the Department.

A doctoral student is mainly expected to engage in doctoral studies. The doctoral programme consists of 240 higher education credits, including the doctoral thesis, and 120 higher education credits for a Degree of Licentiate. A doctoral student works independently and is prepared to contribute to the subject’s and department’s activities, as well as teaching and administration duties. Such duties may not constitute more than 20% of full-time.

You are expected to actively participate in the day-to-day activities and the workplace community to promote a positive work environment and operational development.

Qualification requirements

To be eligible for doctoral studies, the applicant must meet the general and specific entry requirements (Higher Education Ordinance, Ch. 7 sect. 35)

To meet the general entry requirements, the applicant must have been awarded a second-cycle qualification (a Degree of Master), satisfied the requirements for courses comprising at least 240 credits of which at least 60 credits were at master’s level, or acquired substantially equivalent knowledge in some other way in Sweden or abroad (Higher Education Ordinance, Chap. 7, Sect. 39).
To meet the specific entry requirements for third-cycle studies in chemical engineering, the applicant must have:

  • At least 120 credits in Chemical Engineering or another field of study appropriate to the project,
  • Or a Master of Science in Engineering degree, or equivalent, in Chemical Engineering or another field of study appropriate to the project,
  • Or equivalent qualifications.

A good command in English, oral and written, is required.

Admission and assessment criteria

To be eligible for doctoral studies, the applicant must be considered to have the ability required to benefit from the programme (Higher Education Ordinance, Chap. 7, Sect. 35). Admission is based on individual assessment.

The assessment will focus on the applicant’s performance in previous studies, the quality of any independent projects completed during these studies, language skills, and whether the applicant intends to be a present and active part of the research environment.

Additional weight is given to:

  • Knowledge and experience of experimental work with chemical engineering equipment
  • Knowledge and experience of physical and chemical modelling, such as Computational Fluid Dynamics and Molecular Dynamics modelling tools
  • a good command of Swedish, oral and written

We seek a structured and flexible person with good written and verbal communication skills. As a doctoral student you need to be good at taking initiatives and work independently.

Terms

Upon admission to doctoral studies, the person will be offered the appointment of doctoral student (Higher Education Ordinance, Chap. 5, Sect. 3). The position comprises four years of full-time studies, or five years of 80% studies and 20% teaching or other departmental duties. The position is fixed-term — one year initially, followed by possible extensions of a maximum of two years at a time. Starting date by agreement.

The salary for the doctoral studentship corresponds to the standard level of salary for doctoral students at Karlstad University.

Application

Submit the application via the university’s web-based recruitment tool, Varbi. Applicants are responsible for submitting a complete application in accordance with the advertisement, for providing translations of any documents written in a language other than Swedish or English, and for ensuring that the documentation allows for objective and qualitative assessments. A complete application should be submitted by the application deadline. An incomplete application may jeopardise a fair assessment of qualifications.

Application should include

  • Letter of application with description of who you are and why you are interested in the position,
  • List of qualifications (CV),
  • Degree certificate with transcripts of courses included, or a certified list of completed courses with grades and dates,
  • Copy of a Master thesis or equivalent,
  • If applicable: Copies of publications or certificate of other qualifications,
  • Letters of recommendation, if possible.
  • two references, such as a teacher, supervisor, or previous or current superior

Attach all the documents and publications you wish to be considered to the electronic application (do not just provide links). Name each uploaded document to clearly indicate its content. Documents that cannot be submitted electronically should be sent to the following address:
Karlstads universitet
Att: Josefin Rönnqvist
651 88 Karlstad
Sweden

Last day of application: 8 February 2023

State the ref. no: REK 2022/133

We look forward to your application!

The original ad is written in Swedish. This translation carries no legal weight.

Karlstad University has chosen advertising channels for this recruitment and firmly declines any contact with advertising or recruitment agencies.

HR Excellence in Research
Karlstad University received the European Commission’s HR Excellence in Research award September 2020. The award is issued to employers with a stimulating work environment and good conditions for researchers and its continuous improvement. The award also conveys the university’s commitment to fair and transparent recruitment as well as favorable professional development for researchers. Read more: kau.se/hrs4r

Type of employmentTemporary position longer than 6 months
Contract typeFull time
First day of employmentBy agreement
SalaryThe salary for the doctoral studentship corresponds to the standard level of salary for doctoral students at Karlstad University.
Number of positions1
Full-time equivalent100%
CityKarlstad
CountyVärmlands län
CountrySweden
Reference numberREK2022/133
ContactGunilla Carlsson Kvarnlöf, Head of department , +46722221919Agne Swerin, Professor, +46768640031
Union representativeThomas Bragefors, SACO, 054-7001714Denita Gustavsson, OFR, 054-7001434
Last application date08.Feb.2023 11:59 PM CET

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Post expires on Wednesday February 8th, 2023

2 Doctoral students in Computer Science

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Karlstad University / Faculty of Health, Science and Technology / Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Sapere Aude—dare to be wise—is our motto. Our students and employees develop knowledge and expertise that enrich both people and the world around them. Our academic environment is characterised by curiosity, courage and perseverance. Gender equality, diversity and a democratic approach form the foundation of our organisation. We are located in an active and scenic region and we promote sustainable development in close collaboration with the wider society.
 
Karlstad University has a total of approximately 1,400 employees and 19,000 students spread across two inspiring campus environments in Karlstad and Arvika.
 
More information at: kau.se/en/work-with-us

Description

In the fifth generation and beyond mobile networks, data-driven network control and optimisation play an important role in meeting exponential traffic growth, stringent service requirements, and reducing capital and operational expenditures.

The Faculty of Health, Science and Technology invites applications for two doctoral studentships in Computer Science with a focus on data-driven mobile networks and services at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. The focus of doctoral position A is on how to design data- and service-driven solutions for latency-aware communication in the fifth generation and beyond mobile networks. The focus of doctoral position B is on how to measure and analyse end-to-end latency and related performance metrics, both in currently operational 5G networks as well as in future networks.

Duties

The work will be carried out in close collaboration with other researchers at the department and our industrial partners. For both positions the work will involve programming, modelling and experimentation, and requires a strong background in computer networks.  For position A knowledge of AI, especially machine learning is important. For position B, an interest for statistics and machine learning is desired. For both positions, experience with Python is valued.

A doctoral student is mainly expected to engage in doctoral studies. The doctoral programme consists of 240 higher education credits, including the doctoral thesis, and 120 higher education credits for a licentiate degree. A doctoral student works independently and is prepared to contribute to the subject’s and department’s activities and perform teaching and administration duties. Such duties may not constitute more than 20% of full-time.

To contribute to a positive work environment and the department’s activities, the doctoral student will be a present and active part of the day-to-day operations and workplace community.

Qualification requirements

To be eligible for doctoral studies, the applicant must meet the general and specific entry requirements (Higher Education Ordinance, Chap. 7, Sect. 35).

To meet the general entry requirements, the applicant must have been awarded a Degree of Master, satisfied the requirements for courses comprising at least 240 credits, of which at least 60 credits were at the master’s level, or acquired substantially equivalent knowledge in some other way in Sweden or abroad (Higher Education Ordinance, Chap. 7, Sect. 39).

To meet the entry requirements for third-cycle studies in Computer Science, the applicant must have completed a Master’s degree (60 credits) in Computer Science, a Master’s degree (120 credits) in Computer Science or a Master of Science degree in Computer Engineering. A person who, in some other way, in the country or abroad, has acquired equivalent qualifications also meets the specific entry requirements.

Admission and assessment criteria

To be eligible for doctoral studies, the applicant must be considered to have the ability required to benefit from the programme (Higher Education Ordinance, Chap. 7, Sect. 35). Admission is based on individual assessment.

The assessment will focus on the applicant’s performance in previous studies, the quality of any independent projects completed during these studies, and in particular to such projects completed at a master level and in the proposed research specialization. The most important assessment criteria for the selection are scientific skills, language skills, and suitability for research on data-driven mobile networks and services.

Considerable weight will also be given to personal qualities such as the ability to cooperate, sound judgement, taking responsibility, commitment and a positive attitude towards colleagues and students.

Terms

Upon admission to doctoral studies, the person will be offered the appointment of doctoral student (Higher Education Ordinance, Chap. 5, Sect. 3). The position comprises four years of full-time studies, or five years of 80% studies and 20% teaching or other departmental duties. The position is fixed-term—one year initially, followed by possible extensions of a maximum of two years at a time. Start date as negotiated.

The salary for the doctoral studentship corresponds to the standard level of salary for doctoral students at Karlstad University.

Application

Submit the application via the university’s web-based recruitment tool, Varbi.

Applicants are responsible for submitting a complete application in accordance with the advertisement, for providing translations of any documents written in a language other than Swedish or English, and for ensuring that the documentation allows for objective and qualitative assessments. A complete application should be submitted by the application deadline. An incomplete application may jeopardise a fair assessment of qualifications.

The application should include:

  • a cover letter where the applicants account for the reasons behind their interest in the position, and why they think their qualifications and skills fit to the duties of the position. In case the applicant has a particular interest for either position A or B this should also be stated here (max. two pages in total),
  • degree certificate with a complete transcript of the courses included, or a certified list of completed courses with grades and dates,
  • copy of the master’s thesis or equivalent,
  • where applicable, copies of publications or certificates for other qualifications
  • any letters of recommendation.
  • two references, such as a teacher, supervisor, or previous or current superior.

Attach all the documents and publications you wish to be considered to the electronic application (do not just provide links). Name each uploaded document to clearly indicate its content.

Documents that cannot be submitted electronically should be sent to the following address:

Karlstads universitet
Josefin Rönnqvist
651 88 KARLSTAD

Application deadline: 15 February 2023

State the ref.no: REK 2022/305

We look forward to your application!

Karlstad University has chosen advertising channels for this recruitment and firmly declines any contact with advertising or recruitment agencies.

HR Excellence in Research
Karlstad University received the European Commission’s HR Excellence in Research award September 2020. The award is issued to employers with a stimulating work environment and good conditions for researchers and its continuous improvement. The award also conveys the university’s commitment to fair and transparent recruitment as well as favorable professional development for researchers. Read more: kau.se/hrs4r

Type of employmentTemporary position longer than 6 months
Contract typeFull time
Number of positions2
Full-time equivalent100 %
CityKarlstad
CountyVärmlands län
CountrySweden
Reference numberREK2022/305
ContactAnna Brunström, Head of subject, +46547001795Stefan Alfredsson, Head of department, +46547001668
Union representativeDenita Gustavsson, OFR, 054-7001434Thomas Bragefors, SACO, 054-7001714
Published23.Dec.2022
Last application date15.Feb.2023 11:59 PM CET

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Post expires on Wednesday February 15th, 2023