10 Mar 2014
The position of Professor focuses on public management. Public management refers to the management of both public administrative organizations and public societies. The position centres on current micro-level administrative issues within public management, especially on the management of public organizations that are in a state of redevelopment. The focal themes also include change and change management, which pose a challenge to management and leadership in organizations. The duties of the position consist of field-related research, research-based teaching, development of international research collaboration, acquisition of research funding, academically competent publishing with a special emphasis on international production, and postgraduate degree education.
The position adheres to the subject of administrative science in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Lapland. Administrative science forms a pool of subjects together with applied psychology and management. The professor is required to play an active role in the subject pool.
The position of Professor of Public Management lies within the internationally recognized profile area of Arctic and Northern research at the University of Lapland. The strategic focus areas of the position are wellbeing and changing work.
The professor’s salary is based on the universities’ salary system, teaching and research personnel’s competence levels 8–10. The job-specific salary component is thus € 4597,75 – € 5865,99 € per month. In addition, the total salary includes a personal salary component amounting up to 46.3% of the job-specific salary component.
More information appointment procedure. www.ulapland.fi/vacancies
The application must contain the applicant’s CV, list of publications, teaching portfolio, and other relevant documents. The required language of the application documents is English. The application documents must include the publications (max. 15 and in three identical copies) that are to be assessed by experts
Applications are to be addressed to the University of Lapland and delivered no later than 7 April 2014 at 1:00 pm to the following address: University of Lapland, PO Box 122 (Registry, Yliopistonkatu 8), FI-96101 Rovaniemi, Finland. Application documents will not be returned.
Further information can be requested from Dean Juha Perttula or Professor Antti Syväjärvi ([email protected]).