Assistant/Associate Professor at Utrecht University (NL)
The department of Physical Geography at Utrecht University (The Netherlands) is looking for assistant/associate professor interested in quantitative methods in natural hazards and disaster risk assessments – defined in a broad sense. In particular, we are looking for an enthusiastic colleague to further strengthen our research and education on natural hazard and disaster risk analysis, related to landslides, debris flows, avalanches, floods, droughts, desertification, erosion and/or multi-hazards. A detailed project description and information on the employment conditions at Utrecht University can be accessed via the link below:
We are looking for a candidate that holds a PhD degree in a relevant area, e.g., earth sciences, environmental sciences, physical geography, civil engineering, spatio-dynamic modelling, earth observation, or a closely related field. Selection criteria will include your academic track record, research vision, funding potential, technical skills in the above-mentioned fields, teaching experience, and communication skills. We are looking for a team player that is open to collaboration with colleagues. The application deadline is 2 October 2022.