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Job: Department Head – Geothermal Energy Research – Technical University Munich

Main Campus, Technical University of Munich in Munich/ Germany (source: TUM Media)
Alexander Richter Alexander Richter 25 Jul 2018

The Munich School of Engineering (MSE) at the Technical University of Munich is seeking to fill the position of Department Head for Geothermal Energy Research.

The Munich School of Engineering (MSE) at the Technical University of Munich is seeking to a Scientific Lead for the field of Geothermal Energy at the earliest possible date.

The school combines interdisciplinary research in the field of energy as an integrative research center with an excellent range of research-oriented degree programs. We are looking for a scientific one for the MSE team as soon as possible

Job Title: Head Research Department Geothermal Energy, a full-time position (temporary until 31.12.2020).

Tasks

  • Management and coordination as well as public representation of the Geothermal Alliance of Bavaria
  • Networking of participating institutes / projects and the scientific advisory board
  • Development of research projects and strategies
  • Connection of further internal and external partners to the Geothermal Alliance of Bavaria
  • Identification of new research fields for MSE

Conditions

You have a university degree in engineering or geology with either several years of professional experience or doctorate? In addition, do you have a very good communication skills and would like to use them? If you also have experience in the research environment, then apply and get to know us! Previous knowledge in geothermal energy is welcomed.

TUM offers

We offer an interesting and challenging job with a high degree of self-responsibility. The position is limited until 31.12.2020. Your workplace is located at the MSE in Garching. The scientific connection is made via the institutes participating in the Geothermal Alliance of Bavaria. The remuneration is paid according to the collective agreement for the civil service of the Länder (TV-L). Handicapped persons are given preference for equal qualifications and qualifications. The TUM aims to increase the proportion of women, and applications from women are therefore expressly welcomed.

Interested?

We look forward to receiving your application documents; please by e-mail at the latest by 10.08.2018 to: Dr.-Ing. Christoph Wieland, Munich School of Engineering, Technical University of Munich, Lichtenbergstr. 4a, 85748 Garching, wieland@tum.de

Contact: wieland@tum.de

Source: TUM via TiefeGeothermie