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Position: Head of Division - "Ionizing Radiation"
Institution: Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt
Location: Braunschweig, Niedersachsen, Germany
Duties: Managing Division 6 with its approx. 120 members of staff working in the following departments: Radioactivity, Dosimetry for radiation therapy and diagnostic radiology, Radiation protection dosimetry, Neutron radiation, Radiation effects, and Operational radiation protection; Developing the division's future range of tasks in the fields of services, legal tasks and research & development (R&D). Elaborating and implementing strategies to reach the objectives in question; Representing the division in the scientific community and vis-à-vis the economy and administration; Ensuring that the division's perspectives are in agreement with PTB's corporate strategy; Planning and coordinating the division's human and financial resources for R&D and services, taking the particularly wide range of tasks, including the legal ones, into account
Requirements: You have completed university studies of physics or a related subject and obtained a doctorate; You have long-standing experience in the field of ionizing radiation, which you can demonstrate by means of publications and presentations.;; You have spent several years managing larger organizational units where you were responsible for staff supervision; You have been involved in international R&D activities, which you can demonstrate, for example, by scientific prizes or presentations as a guest speaker or via research projects in which you were responsible for fundraising; You are familiar with the planning of both human and financial resources
   
Text: Head of Division 6, "Ionizing Radiation", (19-050-P) Tuesday, 11. June 2019 The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) is the National Metrology Institute of the Federal Republic of Germany with scientific and technical service tasks. It furthers progress and reliability in metrology for society, the economy and science. At PTB's Braunschweig site, the position of Head of Division 6, "Ionizing Radiation", is to be filled as of 1 October 2019. The position is rated according to Salary Group B3 BBesO. Applicants who do not comply with the requirements for a career as a federal civil servant at the time of their appointment will, correspondingly, be remunerated outside the collective bargaining agreement; such an employment contract is initially limited to 2 years for probation reasons. The post is not suitable for part-time work. The position of Head of Division 6, "Ionizing Radiation", requires the ability to independently develop conceptual research & development plans, to identify, convey and implement needs for changes, and to lead employees in a motivating and purposeful way. At the same time, you must be aware of the particular implementation possibilities inherent to public administration. PTB aims to enhance cooperation with universities and non-university research institutes. Selection may take place within the scope of a joint selection process with a partner university. Your tasks: Managing Division 6 with its approx. 120 members of staff working in the following departments: Radioactivity , Dosimetry for radiation therapy and diagnostic radiology , Radiation protection dosimetry , Neutron radiation , Radiation effects , and Operational radiation protection Developing the division's future range of tasks in the fields of services, legal tasks and research & development (R&D). Elaborating and implementing strategies to reach the objectives in question Representing the division in the scientific community and vis-à-vis the economy and administration Ensuring that the division's perspectives are in agreement with PTB's corporate strategy Planning and coordinating the division's human and financial resources for R&D and services, taking the particularly wide range of tasks, including the legal ones, into account Participating in national and international committees Your profile: Professional qualifications: You have completed university studies of physics or a related subject and obtained a doctorate. Professional experience: You have long-standing experience in the field of ionizing radiation, which you can demonstrate by means of publications and presentations. You have spent several years managing larger organizational units where you were responsible for staff supervision. You have been involved in international R&D activities, which you can demonstrate, for example, by scientific prizes or presentations as a guest speaker or via research projects in which you were responsible for fundraising. You were involved in national and international committees. You participated in realizing third-party-funded projects. You are familiar with the planning of both human and financial resources. Personal prerequisites: You are able to supervise scientific and technical staff. You will have to prove this ability within the scope of an assessment center. You always come up with strategies on how to deal with the division's professional and organizational tasks. You are categorically ready to assume or continue a teaching assignment at one of the universities cooperating with PTB at the rate of 2 hours a week in a semester. You are able to take part actively in national and international committees and networks - e.g. in European metrology networks, standardization committees and committees of the Metre Convention. You are able to convey PTB's positions and competence to the international scientific community, the economy, administration and political consultation. You are ready to travel within the scope of your assignment and to take part in committees and conferences taking place both in Germany and abroad. You are fluent in both spoken and written German and English. For further information with regard to this position, please contact: Dr. J. Stenger, phone: 49 531 592-3000, e-mail: joern.stenger (at) ptb . de Link to the division's website PTB promotes the professional equality of women and men and is thus especially interested in applications from women. Disabled persons will be given priority if they have the same occupational aptitude. Are you interested? Then we are looking forward to hearing from you. Please use our online application form or send us your application to the following postal address: Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Referat "Personal" Reference number 19-050-P Bundesallee 100 38116 Braunschweig Germany Unfortunately, we cannot accept applications sent via e-mail. The closing date for applications is 11 June 2019. Back
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