Effektiv Ejendomsadministrator søges til velkonsolideret ejendomsadministrationsselskab i Silkeborg

Beskrivelse
I en mindre selsvstændig virksomhed på otte ansatte, der skal varetage ejendomsadministration af virksomhedens egen udlejningsejendomme i Jylland. Du bliver sammen med din nærmeste kollega, ansvarlig for følgende opgaver


Arbejdsopgaver

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  • Momsregnskab
  • Forbrugsregnskaber
  • Opkrævninger
  • Lejeforhøjelser
  • Afstemninger
  • Rykkerskrivelser
  • Varslinger
  • Flyttesager
  • Lejertvister
  • Varmeregnskab
  • Lejekontrakter
  • Kontakt til lejere/håndværker
  • Ad-hoc

Om virksomheden
Der er tale om en virksomhed, der har en lang og veldokumenteret historie inden for ejendomsadministration. Man vægter de solide og kvalitetssikrede dyder, og priser sig af et højt serviceniveau og en effektiv håndtering af de problemstillinger, der skal håndteres på daglig basis. Man opererer i en uformel og familiær atmosfære. Der er højt til loftet, når man først har dokumenteret sine kompetencer


Personlige kompetencer
Du er fagligt stærk, selvstændig i tanke og handling, og du forstår at træde i karakter inden for de rammer, der er defineret fra virksomhedens side. Du håndterer dine opgaver med overblik og god faglig ballast, og du leverer et solidt produkt til tiden.


IT-kompetencer
UNIK er et krav. Du er fortrolig med officepakken.


Uddannelse
Erfaring er vigtigere end udddannelse


Sprog
Dansk og engelsk er et krav


Kontaktpersoner
Torben Jørgensen og Kristine Lorentzen


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329939134Phoenix-8f5e595c12019-01-09T14:00:09.700Effektiv Ejendomsadministrator søges til velkonsolideret ejendomsadministrationsselskab i Silkeborg

Beskrivelse
I en mindre selsvstændig virksomhed på otte ansatte, der skal varetage ejendomsadministration af virksomhedens egen udlejningsejendomme i Jylland. Du bliver sammen med din nærmeste kollega, ansvarlig for følgende opgaver


Arbejdsopgaver

  • Regnskab
  • Momsregnskab
  • Forbrugsregnskaber
  • Opkrævninger
  • Lejeforhøjelser
  • Afstemninger
  • Rykkerskrivelser
  • Varslinger
  • Flyttesager
  • Lejertvister
  • Varmeregnskab
  • Lejekontrakter
  • Kontakt til lejere/håndværker
  • Ad-hoc

Om virksomheden
Der er tale om en virksomhed, der har en lang og veldokumenteret historie inden for ejendomsadministration. Man vægter de solide og kvalitetssikrede dyder, og priser sig af et højt serviceniveau og en effektiv håndtering af de problemstillinger, der skal håndteres på daglig basis. Man opererer i en uformel og familiær atmosfære. Der er højt til loftet, når man først har dokumenteret sine kompetencer


Personlige kompetencer
Du er fagligt stærk, selvstændig i tanke og handling, og du forstår at træde i karakter inden for de rammer, der er defineret fra virksomhedens side. Du håndterer dine opgaver med overblik og god faglig ballast, og du leverer et solidt produkt til tiden.


IT-kompetencer
UNIK er et krav. Du er fortrolig med officepakken.


Uddannelse
Erfaring er vigtigere end udddannelse


Sprog
Dansk og engelsk er et krav


Kontaktpersoner
Torben Jørgensen og Kristine Lorentzen


Ansøgningsproces
Vi indkalder løbende ansøgere til samtale. Som udgangspunkt er vi mest interesseret i et CV, hvor hver enkel ansættelse er beskrevet med arbejdsopgaver og resultater. Ønsker du at sende både en ansøgning og et CV, skal du lægge dem i ét dokument..

BeskrivelseI en mindre selsvstændig virksomhed på otte ansatte, der skal varetage ejendomsadministration af virksomhedens egen udlejningsejendomme i Jylland. Du bliver sammen med din nærmeste kollega, ansvarlig for følgende opgaver Arbejdsopgaver Regnskab Momsregnskab Forbrugsregnskaber Opkrævninger Lejeforhøjelser Afstemninger Rykkerskrivelser Varslinger Flyttesager Lejertvister Varmeregnskab Lejekontrakter Kontakt til lejere håndværker Ad-hoc Om virksomhedenDer er tale om en virksomhed, der har en lang og veldokumenteret historie inden for ejendomsadministration. Man vægter de solide og kvalitetssikrede dyder, og priser sig af et højt serviceniveau og en effektiv håndtering af de problemstillinger, der skal håndteres på daglig basis. Man opererer i en uformel og familiær atmosfære. Der er højt til loftet, når man først har dokumenteret sine kompetencer Personlige kompetencerDu er fagligt stærk, selvstændig i tanke og handling, og du forstår at træde i karakter inden for de rammer, der er defineret fra virksomhedens side. Du håndterer dine opgaver med overblik og god faglig ballast, og du leverer et solidt produkt til tiden. IT-kompetencerUNIK er et krav. Du er fortrolig med officepakken. UddannelseErfaring er vigtigere end udddannelse SprogDansk og engelsk er et krav KontaktpersonerTorben Jørgensen og Kristine Lorentzen AnsøgningsprocesVi indkalder løbende ansøgere til samtale. Som udgangspunkt er vi mest interesseret i et CV, hvor hver enkel ansættelse er beskrevet med arbejdsopgaver og resultater. Ønsker du at sende både en ansøgning og et CV, skal du lægge dem i ét dokument..10Phoenix8f5e595c101000000000aDK_OFIR_02DKDanmark228DKK2019-03-10T00:00:000000http://proselection.dk/?option=com_neorecruit&view=offer&id=8440EuropaDanmarkEuropaDanmarkSjælland & øerStorkøbenhavnKøbenhavn3431442Proselection11Hammerensgade 11267København KDKDanmarkORS/8f5e595c_logo.jpegORS/Small/8f5e595c_logo.jpeg0DKDanmarkDKDanmark8Fuldtid46Permanent691019ProselectionMinimum8440011https://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=FeedEntrySearchedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=8f5e595chttps://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=FeedEntryDisplayCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=8f5e595chttps://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=JobApplicationInitiatedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=8f5e595c&page=ShowJob&component=SendApplicationButtonhttps://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=JobApplicationAppliedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=8f5e595c&page=EmailApplyForm&component=SendApplicationButton1Dansk3Læse/ tale123102Administrator5Kontor og administration360017605kontakt@proselection.dkDKDanmarkDKDanmark329951300Postdoc at The Danish National Research Foundation Centre for Privacy Studies (2 years with the possibility of a one-year extension)Robot Centre for Privacy Studies (PRIVACY) advertises three fully funded Postdoc positions within the fields of Church History, Architectural History, Legal History and History. PRIVACY is established with a grant of 50 mio DKK (ca. 6.7 mio Euro) from the Danish National Research Foundation and based at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH). PRIVACY was launched in the autumn of 2017 under the direction of Professor Mette Birkedal Bruun and runs for six years with the possibility of a four-year extension. It is hosted by the Department of Church His tory at the Faculty of Theology, UCPH, in association with the Faculty of Law, UCPH and the School of Architecture, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Ar chitecture, Design and Conservations (KADK), Copenhagen. The research team currently consists of six postdocs and three PhD-students as well as affiliated and visiting scholars. Centre for Privacy Studies PRIVACY is dedicated to interdisciplinary and collaborative research into notions of privacy in Early Mod ern Europe. It focuses on eleven cases from Denmark, England, France, Germany and the Netherlands in the period 1500 1800. The collaborative programme is driven by an interdisciplinary vision of an inte grated approach in which a team of schol ars collaborate, challenge and inspire each other in a joint pursuit of the legislative, religious, social, cultural and architectural aspects of privacy. The aim of PRIVACY is to develop 1) systematized historical knowledge of dynamics that shape, induce or curb privacy in society 2) an interdisciplinary method equipped to grasp such dy namics and 3) a strong and vibrant international research environment dedicated to high-profile historical research and equipped to incite a much broader investigation of privacy. PRIVACY s scholarly potency stems from its site-based interdisci plinary analysis. Across eleven cases the research team will trawl Early Modern material: let ters, laws, manuals, newspa pers, sermons, architectural drawings, buildings, diaries, contracts, commu nity records etc. for no tions of privacy, analysing the deployment of words with the root priv- : in privato, privy, Privat-(per son andacht etc.), privauté etc. as well as bounda ries drawn in relation to, e.g., confidentiality, security, family, body, self. The research programme is based on a joint interdisciplinary focus on, e.g., legislative thresholds between home and com munity de crees regarding individ uals bodies, or the idea of the household s (oeco no mia) impact on civic well-being (politia) ecclesiastical and politi cal power over hereti cal mind sets and architectural demarcation of the household in the community and the individuals place in it. Scholars funded by PRIVACY are required to join two or more case-teams. The postdocs recruited in this round will be required to work on the German cases, just as we invite applications focusing on the cases of La Rochelle, Chatsworth, Glasgow and Arc-et-Senans. For further description of the project and the eleven cases, please visit the homepage: http: teol.ku.dk privacy research (http: teol.ku.dk privacy research ) Research areas PRIVACY launches a systematic, scholarly fusion of the areas of architecture, theology, law and history. The research team brings to gether four sets of field-inherent skills and ap proaches to privacy: Architecture: Urban plans, buildings and rooms frame privacy, creating secrecy and shelter chapels and cabinets stage prayer, study and intimacy, and are amplified by interiors and furnishing alcove beds and privies (toilets) wall off bodily needs rural retreat offset urban life. Qualifications: Knowledge of design processes, architectural history and theories, patronage, pat terns of use, materiality and tectonics. NB: The position in Architecture is an assistant professorship. This requires teaching experiences on BA and MA level from a school of architecture. Please find the full description here (https: candidate.hr-manager.net ApplicationInit.aspx?cid 5001 ProjectId 119212 DepartmentId 7810 MediaId 5). Re ligious cul ture: Early Modern believers favour privacy (material and or mental retreat) as a site for pious fo cus, and privacy is often presented as place particularly fit for prayer and insight. But privacy also evades control and prompts suspicion of heresy or sin, leading to efforts to regulate the private sphere by means of church discipline. Qualifications: Knowledge of religious doctrines, prac tices and institutions across confessions, ability to work with different genres, media and forms of archival material. Law: Early Modern law defines conditions for property, sexual conduct, mar riage, inheritance and rulers claims to their subjects work, property and lives (conscrip tion, mo nopoly of vio lence within penal law). Qualifications: Knowledge of legal procedure, laws, charters, their usage and changes. History: We focus on notions of privacy within a scholarly span ranging from political theory to social practice. In Early Modern society, privacy is seen as a threat and as a positive value. A new ideology of marriage and family favours intimacy and domesticity, but also enforces state and community control. In politics, privacy often equals secrecy: it is a latent threat to civic stability and vital for the ruler. A broad array of social and societal conditions delineate access to and notions of privacy. Qualifications: Knowledge of political legal structures, education, and social and cultural dynam ics. Qualifications Applicants must have a PhD degree within the fields of Architecture, Church History, History, Legal History or related disciplines. Relevant research experiences related to interdisciplinary collaboration is considered a qualification. The research language is English. The research team work on sources in French, German, Danish, Dutch, Latin, Portuguese and Classical Greek. Specialist knowledge of Early Modern culture is important just as vital is, however, readiness to engage in interdisciplinary collaboration on a broad array of different sources and the ability to work in a team. The Postdocs employed are expected to teach courses related to their respective disciplines. Ability to teach broadly and in different formats is considered a qualification. Recruitment seminar A recruitment seminar will take place in Copenhagen 5-6 March 2019. It will involve an introduction to PRIVACY and its research programme as well as to expectations regarding applications. A limited number of bursaries covering trips and accommodation for one night are available. For more information and application, please see the homepage: https: teol.ku.dk privacy events 2019-events recruitment-seminar (https: teol.ku.dk privacy events 2019-events recruitment-seminar ) Job Description Postdocs at PRIVACY are required to be present at the centre for the duration of their employment. All members of the research team have office space at the centre. They participate in weekly meetings, field trips and workshops and are required to contribute to joint publications and publish research on the cases in international peer-reviewed journals. All Postdocs will be employed at one of the following institutions: Department of Church History at Faculty of Theology, UCPH, The Faculty of Law, UCPH and The School of Architecture, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservations (KADK), Copenhagen. NB: The position in Architecture is an assistant professorship (adjunkt). This requires teaching experiences on BA and MA level from a school of architecture. Please find the full description here. (https: candidate.hr-manager.net ApplicationInit.aspx?cid 5001 ProjectId 119212 DepartmentId 7810 MediaId 5) Institutions The Faculty of Theology, UCPH. The Faculty is non-confessional and covers Biblical Studies, Church History and Systematic Theology as well as Quranic Studies and African Studies. The Faculty is home to several high-profile international interdisci plinary research projects. PRIVACY is associated with the Section for Church History which has a strong Early Modern research focus. Faculty of Law, UCPH. Faculty works towards cre ating greater knowledge of national and international law. Through a research-based education, the Fac ulty ensures that its graduates have the skills needed to analyse and contribute to interdisciplinary and problem-oriented tasks in private and public sectors at home and abroad. The Faculty offers a strong inter national environment. School of Architecture, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Con servations (KADK), Copenhagen. KDAK hosts three leading schools in architec ture, design and conservation. The Masters programme Spatial Design at Institute of Architecture and Design has ca. 60 architecture and design students and a focus on spatial design from, e.g., a historic, anthropo logic and tectonic material-based point of view. Terms of employment The Postdoc position is a full time temporary appointment for the duration of two years with the possibil ity of a one-year extension. The candidate will be employed in accordance with the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (Akademikernes Cen tralor ganisation, AC). In additional to the basic salary, you will receive an annual increment of DK 52.996,08 (as of 1 Oct 2018) and a total contribution to your pension fund, equal to 17,1 of your salary and annual incre ment. Application procedure Click on the link below to be taken to the online application form. The application should be in English and must include the following enclosures: a motivation letter, including a plan for your employment at Centre for Privacy Studies (1 page), please specify which institution you are applying for CV with documentation of degrees, highlighting experience with interdisciplinary and collaborative re search, teaching and language skills a complete list of publications, with a commented highlighting of publications that you consider rele vant in relation to the research programme of the centre a presentation of your plans for your contribution to the PRIVACY research programme, including a pre liminary description of potential source material and proposed methodology as well as a list of the five PRIVACY cases you are most interested in working on (max 3 pages in all) teaching portfolio, portfolio with design works three samples of writing (articles or book chapters) co-author declarations. If citing work where the applicant has been a co-author, a co-author declara tion, which addresses the applicant s share of these works, must be submitted. Material that has not yet been published can be submitted. However, please indicate the precise status of each publication. We advise you to have the documents ready before you begin your online application. Application deadline and start date Submit the application no later than 15 April 2019. Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. The ideal starting date would be 1 September 2019, but this is negotiable. Recruitment process After the application deadline, the Director of Centre for Privacy Studies selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Appointment Committee. This selection is based on the applicants educational quali fications, the quality of the submitted research proposal and its relevance to the research agenda of the centre as well as other relevant qualifications. All applicants are immediately notified whether their appli cation has been accepted for assessment. The applications accepted for assessment will be assessed by a committee, comprising expertise in the relevant fields. Selected applicants will be notified of the composition of the assessment committee. When the committee has completed its assessment, each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the assessment. A number of qualified candidates will be selected for a job interview in Co penhagen. We aim to interview short-listed candidates in the beginning of June 2019. Additional Information For information about PRIVACY, please consult: http: teol.ku.dk privacy about-privacy (http: teol.ku.dk privacy about-privacy ) (http: teol.ku.dk privacy about-privacy ) For questions regarding research, please contact Centre Director, Professor Mette Birkedal Bruun (mbb@teol.ku.dk (mbb@teol.ku.dk)) for practical questions, please contact Centre Administrator Maj Riis Poulsen (mrp@teol.ku.dk (mrp@teol.ku.dk)). Further information about the application procedure is available from HR, Pernille Lykke Paulsen, e-mail: hrsc@hrsc.ku.dk (hrsc@hrsc.ku.dk), please refer to ID number 13822. Potential applicants from outside Denmark will find information about life in Denmark (taxation, healthcare etc) at http: ism.ku.dk (http: ism.ku.dk ) (http: ism.ku.dk ) Deadline: 15 April 2019 The University of Copenhagen welcomes applications from suitably qualified candidates regardless of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic background. Publisher: Centre for Privacy Studies, Faculty of Theology Faculty of Law School of Architecture, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and ConservationsCentre for Privacy Studies (PRIVACY) advertises three fully funded Postdoc positions within the fields of Church History, Architectural History, Legal History and History. PRIVACY is established with a grant of 50 mio DKK (ca. 6.7 mio Euro) from the Danish National Research Foundation and based at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH).

PRIVACY was launched in the autumn of 2017 under the direction of Professor Mette Birkedal Bruun and runs for six years with the possibility of a four-year extension. It is hosted by the Department of Church His­tory at the Faculty of Theology, UCPH, in association with the Faculty of Law, UCPH and the School of Architecture, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Ar­chitecture, Design and Conservations (KADK), Copenhagen.

The research team currently consists of six postdocs and three PhD-students as well as affiliated and visiting scholars.

Centre for Privacy Studies
PRIVACY is dedicated to interdisciplinary and collaborative research into notions of privacy in Early Mod­ern Europe. It focuses on eleven cases from Denmark, England, France, Germany and the Netherlands in the period 1500–1800. The collaborative programme is driven by an interdisciplinary vision of an inte­grated approach in which a team of schol­ars collaborate, challenge and inspire each other in a joint pursuit of the legislative, religious, social, cultural and architectural aspects of privacy.

The aim of PRIVACY is to develop 1) systematized historical knowledge of dynamics that shape, induce or curb privacy in society; 2) an interdisciplinary method equipped to grasp such dy­namics; and 3) a strong and vibrant international research environment dedicated to high-profile historical research and equipped to incite a much broader investigation of privacy.

PRIVACY’s scholarly potency stems from its site-based interdisci­plinary analysis. Across eleven cases the research team will trawl Early Modern material: let­ters, laws, manuals, newspa­pers, sermons, architectural drawings, buildings, diaries, contracts, commu­nity records etc. for no­tions of privacy, analysing the deployment of words with the root ‘priv-': in privato, privy, Privat-(per­son/andacht etc.), privauté etc. as well as bounda­ries drawn in relation to, e.g., confidentiality, security, family, body, self. The research programme is based on a joint interdisciplinary focus on, e.g., legislative thresholds between home and com­munity; de­crees regarding individ­uals’ bodies, or the idea of the household’s (oeco­no­mia) impact on civic well-being (politia); ecclesiastical and politi­cal power over ‘hereti­cal’ mind­sets; and architectural demarcation of the household in the community and the individuals’ place in it.

Scholars funded by PRIVACY are required to join two or more case-teams. The postdocs recruited in this round will be required to work on the German cases, just as we invite applications focusing on the cases of La Rochelle, Chatsworth, Glasgow and Arc-et-Senans.

For further description of the project and the eleven cases, please visit the homepage: http://teol.ku.dk/privacy/research/ (http://teol.ku.dk/privacy/research/)

Research areas
PRIVACY launches a systematic, scholarly fusion of the areas of architecture, theology, law and history. The research team brings to­gether four sets of field-inherent skills and ap­proaches to privacy:

Architecture: Urban plans, buildings and rooms frame privacy, creating secrecy and shelter; chapels and cabinets stage prayer, study and intimacy, and are amplified by interiors and furnishing; alcove beds and privies (toilets) wall off bodily needs; rural retreat offset urban life.

Qualifications: Knowledge of design processes, architectural history and theories, patronage, pat­terns of use, materiality and tectonics.

NB: The position in Architecture is an assistant professorship. This requires teaching experiences on BA and MA level from a school of architecture. Please find the full description here (https://candidate.hr-manager.net/ApplicationInit.aspx?cid=5001&ProjectId=119212&DepartmentId=7810&MediaId=5).

Re­ligious cul­ture: Early Modern believers favour privacy­ (material and/or mental retreat) as a site for pious fo­cus, and privacy is often presented as place particularly fit for prayer and insight. But privacy also evades control and prompts suspicion of heresy or sin, leading to efforts to regulate the private sphere by means of church discipline.

Qualifications: Knowledge of religious doctrines, prac­tices and institutions across confessions, ability to work with different genres, media and forms of archival material.

Law: Early Modern law defines conditions for property, sexual conduct, mar­riage, inheritance and rulers’ claims to their subjects’ work, property and lives (conscrip­tion, mo­nopoly of vio­lence within penal law).

Qualifications: Knowledge of legal procedure, laws, charters, their usage and changes.

History: We focus on notions of privacy within a scholarly span ranging from political theory to social practice. In Early Modern society, privacy is seen as a threat and as a positive value. A new ideology of marriage and family favours intimacy and domesticity, but also enforces state and community control. In politics, privacy often equals secrecy: it is a latent threat to civic stability and vital for the ruler. A broad array of social and societal conditions delineate access to and notions of privacy.

Qualifications: Knowledge of political/legal structures, education, and social and cultural dynam­ics.

Qualifications
Applicants must have a PhD degree within the fields of Architecture, Church History, History, Legal History or related disciplines. Relevant research experiences related to interdisciplinary collaboration is considered a qualification. The research language is English. The research team work on sources in French, German, Danish, Dutch, Latin, Portuguese and Classical Greek. Specialist knowledge of Early Modern culture is important; just as vital is, however, readiness to engage in interdisciplinary collaboration on a broad array of different sources and the ability to work in a team.

The Postdocs employed are expected to teach courses related to their respective disciplines. Ability to teach broadly and in different formats is considered a qualification.

Recruitment seminar
A recruitment seminar will take place in Copenhagen 5-6 March 2019. It will involve an introduction to PRIVACY and its research programme as well as to expectations regarding applications.

A limited number of bursaries covering trips and accommodation for one night are available. For more information and application, please see the homepage: https://teol.ku.dk/privacy/events/2019-events/recruitment-seminar/ (https://teol.ku.dk/privacy/events/2019-events/recruitment-seminar/)

Job Description
Postdocs at PRIVACY are required to be present at the centre for the duration of their employment. All members of the research team have office space at the centre. They participate in weekly meetings, field trips and workshops and are required to contribute to joint publications and publish research on the cases in international peer-reviewed journals.

All Postdocs will be employed at one of the following institutions:
  • Department of Church History at Faculty of Theology, UCPH,
  • The Faculty of Law, UCPH and
  • The School of Architecture, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservations (KADK), Copenhagen. NB: The position in Architecture is an assistant professorship (adjunkt). This requires teaching experiences on BA and MA level from a school of architecture. Please find the full description here. (https://candidate.hr-manager.net/ApplicationInit.aspx?cid=5001&ProjectId=119212&DepartmentId=7810&MediaId=5)

Institutions
The Faculty of Theology, UCPH. The Faculty is non-confessional and covers Biblical Studies, Church History and Systematic Theology as well as Quranic Studies and African Studies. The Faculty is home to several high-profile international interdisci­plinary research projects. PRIVACY is associated with the Section for Church History which has a strong Early Modern research focus.
  1. Faculty of Law, UCPH. Faculty works towards cre­ating greater knowledge of national and international law. Through a research-based education, the Fac­ulty ensures that its graduates have the skills needed to analyse and contribute to interdisciplinary and problem-oriented tasks in private and public sectors at home and abroad. The Faculty offers a strong inter­national environment.


School of Architecture, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Con­servations (KADK), Copenhagen. KDAK hosts three leading schools in architec­ture, design and conservation. The Masters programme Spatial Design at Institute of Architecture and Design has ca. 60 architecture and design students and a focus on spatial design from, e.g., a historic, anthropo­logic and tectonic/material-based point of view.

Terms of employment
The Postdoc position is a full time temporary appointment for the duration of two years with the possibil­ity of a one-year extension. The candidate will be employed in accordance with the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (Akademikernes Cen­tralor­ganisation, AC). In additional to the basic salary, you will receive an annual increment of DK 52.996,08 (as of 1 Oct 2018) and a total contribution to your pension fund, equal to 17,1 % of your salary and annual incre­ment.

Application procedure
Click on the link below to be taken to the online application form.

The application should be in English and must include the following enclosures:
  • a motivation letter, including a plan for your employment at Centre for Privacy Studies (1 page), please specify which institution you are applying for
  • CV with documentation of degrees, highlighting experience with interdisciplinary and collaborative re­search, teaching and language skills
  • a complete list of publications, with a commented highlighting of publications that you consider rele­vant in relation to the research programme of the centre
  • a presentation of your plans for your contribution to the PRIVACY research programme, including a pre­liminary description of potential source material and proposed methodology as well as a list of the five PRIVACY cases you are most interested in working on (max 3 pages in all)
  • teaching portfolio, portfolio with design works
  • three samples of writing (articles or book chapters)
  • co-author declarations. If citing work where the applicant has been a co-author, a co-author declara­tion, which addresses the applicant's share of these works, must be submitted. Material that has not yet been published can be submitted. However, please indicate the precise status of each publication.

We advise you to have the documents ready before you begin your online application.

Application deadline and start date
Submit the application no later than 15 April 2019. Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.

The ideal starting date would be 1 September 2019, but this is negotiable.

Recruitment process
After the application deadline, the Director of Centre for Privacy Studies selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Appointment Committee. This selection is based on the applicants’ educational quali­fications, the quality of the submitted research proposal and its relevance to the research agenda of the centre as well as other relevant qualifications. All applicants are immediately notified whether their appli­cation has been accepted for assessment.

The applications accepted for assessment will be assessed by a committee, comprising expertise in the relevant fields. Selected applicants will be notified of the composition of the assessment committee. When the committee has completed its assessment, each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the assessment. A number of qualified candidates will be selected for a job interview in Co­penhagen. We aim to interview short-listed candidates in the beginning of June 2019.

Additional Information
For information about PRIVACY, please consult: http://teol.ku.dk/privacy/about-privacy/ (http://teol.ku.dk/privacy/about-privacy/) (http://teol.ku.dk/privacy/about-privacy/)

For questions regarding research, please contact Centre Director, Professor Mette Birkedal Bruun (mbb@teol.ku.dk (mbb@teol.ku.dk)); for practical questions, please contact Centre Administrator Maj Riis Poulsen (mrp@teol.ku.dk (mrp@teol.ku.dk)).

Further information about the application procedure is available from HR, Pernille Lykke Paulsen, e-mail: hrsc@hrsc.ku.dk (hrsc@hrsc.ku.dk), please refer to ID number 13822.

Potential applicants from outside Denmark will find information about life in Denmark (taxation, healthcare etc) at http://ism.ku.dk/ (http://ism.ku.dk/) (http://ism.ku.dk/)

Deadline: 15 April 2019

The University of Copenhagen welcomes applications from suitably qualified candidates regardless of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic background.

Publisher: Centre for Privacy Studies, Faculty of Theology / Faculty of Law / School of Architecture, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservations

 

Københavns UniversitetKøbenhavn S2019-01-30T00:00:002019-03-27T00:00:00
329954945PhD Fellow to the project Investigation of the role of brain state on glymphatic functionRobot Center for Translational Neuromedicine (CTN), University of Copenhagen, is looking for a highly motivated PhD Fellow to join us from 1 April 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter. Center for Translational Neuromedicine currently has 50 employees and students and is divided into two labs. CTN is characterized by a highly ambitious research environment. The PhD Fellow will be part of the Nedergaard lab. Being part of the Nedergaard lab offers an opportunity to work in a multi-disciplinary lab engaged in neuroscience with a focus on the basic biology of glial cells in the CNS and the role of astrocytes in several neurological diseases, including stroke, spinal cord injury, epilepsy, tremor, and ALS. Research is aimed at defining new strategies for the treatment of neurological diseases that target astrocytic dysfunction. CTN is part of the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, and is located at Panum. The Center comprises modern laboratories and excellent facilities within neuroscience. For more information: http: ctn.ku.dk . Applications are invited for a three-year fellowship from applicants with a master s degree in Molecular Biomedicine or a field relevant to the following PhD project: Investigation of the role of brain state on glymphatic function . Project description The project is focused on investigating how global and cellular shifts between wakefulness and sleep interact with glymphatic clearance of the brain. Using a wide range of in vivo imaging techniques as well as transgenic reporter mice, the candidate will investigate how wakefulness and sleep states impact astrocyte function and signaling, cerebrospinal fluid flow dynamics, as well as extracellular space environment. The project will require extensive experience in EEG measurements and sleep scoring and analysis, PET SPECT imaging, CT imaging, and immunohistochemistry. The candidate should be experienced in performing surgical procedures on rodents including EEG implantation and surgical preparations for in vivo imaging. Experience in brain cannula implantation is a plus. Candidates with previous knowledge on the glymphatic system and brain clearance will be preferred. Knowledge and experience in image analysis and basic programming are highly desired. The chosen candidate should present with a keen interest in neuroscience, sleep research and in vivo work, and be able to perform image analysis, prepare figures, statistical analysis and present the data on international meetings. Required qualifications The applicant must have: A Master s degree in Molecular Biomedicine or other relevant field Experience in PET SPECT imaging and handling of radioactive tracers Experience in EEG measurements and sleep scoring Training in rodent surgery including stereotaxic surgeries, EEG implantation, and head plate preparations for in vivo imaging Experience in immunohistochemistry Experience in quantitative image analysis Fluency in English Supervisor Your main supervisor will be Professor Maiken Nedergaard, Center for Translational Neuromedicine. General job description Your key tasks as a PhD fellow at CTN are to: Manage and carry through your research project Take PhD courses Write scientific publications based on data collection Development and maintenance transgenic mouse lines Recording EEG in freely moving animals or concurrent with in vivo imaging Sleep scoring and sleep analysis Imaging of astrocytic calcium activity Quantitative analysis of image time-stacks Statistical analysis of data Formal requirements The position is available for a three-year period. The successful applicant will be requested to formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences according to the rules stipulated in the Ministerial order on the PhD programme at the universities (PhD order) from the Ministry of Science, Innovation, and Higher Education and the guidelines for the PhD programme at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences. Terms of employment Salary and other terms of employment are stated in the Protocol on PhD Research Fellows signed by the Danish Ministry of Finance and AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations). Questions For further information, applicants may contact the supervisor Professor Maiken Nedergaard, nedergaard@sund.ku.dk or Administrator Ann Christensen, ann.christensen@sund.ku.dk. How to apply Only online applications are accepted. The following must be included: Cover letter stating the interest in and qualifications for the project (max. 1 page) Full CV Diploma and transcripts of records, both from Bachelor s and Master s degree Publication list Possible references Application deadline is 19 February 2019. After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Appointments Committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an expert assessment committee. Selected applicants are notified of the composition of the committee and each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him herself. You can read about the recruitment process at http: www.employment.ku.dk.Center for Translational Neuromedicine (CTN), University of Copenhagen, is looking for a highly motivated PhD Fellow to join us from 1 April 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter. Center for Translational Neuromedicine currently has 50 employees and students and is divided into two labs. CTN is characterized by a highly ambitious research environment. The PhD Fellow will be part of the Nedergaard lab.

Being part of the Nedergaard lab offers an opportunity to work in a multi-disciplinary lab engaged in neuroscience with a focus on the basic biology of glial cells in the CNS and the role of astrocytes in several neurological diseases, including stroke, spinal cord injury, epilepsy, tremor, and ALS. Research is aimed at defining new strategies for the treatment of neurological diseases that target astrocytic dysfunction.

CTN is part of the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, and is located at Panum. The Center comprises modern laboratories and excellent facilities within neuroscience.

For more information: http://ctn.ku.dk/.

Applications are invited for a three-year fellowship from applicants with a master’s degree in Molecular Biomedicine or a field relevant to the following PhD project: “Investigation of the role of brain state on glymphatic function”.

Project description
The project is focused on investigating how global and cellular shifts between wakefulness and sleep interact with glymphatic clearance of the brain. Using a wide range of in vivo imaging techniques as well as transgenic reporter mice, the candidate will investigate how wakefulness and sleep states impact astrocyte function and signaling, cerebrospinal fluid flow dynamics, as well as extracellular space environment. The project will require extensive experience in EEG measurements and sleep scoring and analysis, PET/SPECT imaging, CT imaging, and immunohistochemistry. The candidate should be experienced in performing surgical procedures on rodents including EEG implantation and surgical preparations for in vivo imaging. Experience in brain cannula implantation is a plus. Candidates with previous knowledge on the glymphatic system and brain clearance will be preferred. Knowledge and experience in image analysis and basic programming are highly desired. The chosen candidate should present with a keen interest in neuroscience, sleep research and in vivo work, and be able to perform image analysis, prepare figures, statistical analysis and present the data on international meetings.

Required qualifications
The applicant must have:
  • A Master’s degree in Molecular Biomedicine or other relevant field
  • Experience in PET/SPECT imaging and handling of radioactive tracers
  • Experience in EEG measurements and sleep scoring
  • Training in rodent surgery including stereotaxic surgeries, EEG implantation, and head plate preparations for in vivo imaging
  • Experience in immunohistochemistry
  • Experience in quantitative image analysis
  • Fluency in English

Supervisor
Your main supervisor will be Professor Maiken Nedergaard, Center for Translational Neuromedicine.

General job description
Your key tasks as a PhD fellow at CTN are to:
  • Manage and carry through your research project
  • Take PhD courses
  • Write scientific publications based on data collection
  • Development and maintenance transgenic mouse lines
  • Recording EEG in freely moving animals or concurrent with in vivo imaging
  • Sleep scoring and sleep analysis
  • Imaging of astrocytic calcium activity
  • Quantitative analysis of image time-stacks
  • Statistical analysis of data

Formal requirements
The position is available for a three-year period.

The successful applicant will be requested to formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences according to the rules stipulated in the Ministerial order on the PhD programme at the universities (PhD order) from the Ministry of Science, Innovation, and Higher Education and the guidelines for the PhD programme at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences.

Terms of employment
Salary and other terms of employment are stated in the Protocol on PhD Research Fellows signed by the Danish Ministry of Finance and AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations).

Questions
For further information, applicants may contact the supervisor Professor Maiken Nedergaard, nedergaard@sund.ku.dk or Administrator Ann Christensen, ann.christensen@sund.ku.dk.

How to apply
Only online applications are accepted. The following must be included:
  • Cover letter stating the interest in and qualifications for the project (max. 1 page)
  • Full CV
  • Diploma and transcripts of records, both from Bachelor’s and Master’s degree
  • Publication list
  • Possible references
Application deadline is 19 February 2019.

After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Appointments Committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an expert assessment committee. Selected applicants are notified of the composition of the committee and each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him/herself. You can read about the recruitment process at http://www.employment.ku.dk.
KU - SCIENCE - NBIKøbenhavn Ø2019-02-05T00:00:002019-02-19T00:00:00
329961835PhD scholarship at The Danish National Research Foundation Centre for Privacy Studies (3 years)Robot Centre for Privacy Studies (PRIVACY), funded by the Danish National Research Foundation and based in Copenhagen, advertises 3-4 fully funded PhD positions within the fields of Architectural History, Church History, Legal History and History. PRIVACY is established with a grant of 50 mio DKK (ca. 6.7 mio Euro) from the Danish National Research Foundation and based at the University of Copenhagen. PRIVACY was launched in the autumn of 2017 under the direction of Professor Mette Birkedal Bruun and runs for six years with the possibility of a four-year extension. It is hosted by the Department of Church His tory at the Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen, in association with the Faculty of Law, Uni versity of Copenhagen and the School of Architecture, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Ar chitecture, Design and Conservations (KADK), Copenhagen. The PRIVACY research team currently consists of six postdocs and three PhD-students as well as affiliated and visiting scholars. The Centre PRIVACY is dedicated to interdisciplinary and collaborative research into notions of privacy in Early Mod ern Europe. It focuses on eleven cases from Denmark, England, France, Germany and the Netherlands in the period 1500 1800. The collaborative programme is driven by an interdisciplinary vision of an inte grated approach in which a team of scholars collaborate, challenge and inspire each other in a joint pursuit of the legislative, religious, social, cultural and architectural aspects of a shared set of cases. Shared re sponsibility across academic hierarchies is a token of PRIVACY s vision for interactive research education. The aim of PRIVACY is to develop 1) systematized historical knowledge of dynamics that shape, induce or curb privacy in society 2) an interdisciplinary method equipped to grasp such dynamics and 3) a strong and vibrant international research environment dedicated to high-profile historical research and equipped to incite a much broader investigation of privacy. PRIVACY s scholarly potency stems from its site-based interdisci plinary analysis. Across eleven cases the research team will trawl Early Modern material: let ters, laws, political manuals, newspa pers, sermons, vis ual representations, architectural drawings, buildings, diaries, contracts, commu nity records etc. for no tions of privacy, analysing the deployment of words with the root priv- : in privato, privy, Privat-(per son andacht etc.), privauté etc. as well as bounda ries drawn in relation to, e.g., confidentiality, security, family, body, self. The research programme is based on a joint interdisciplinary focus on, e.g., legislative thresholds between home and com munity de crees regarding individ uals bodies, e.g., during epidemics, or the idea of the household s (oeco no mia) impact on civic well-being (politia) ecclesiastical and politi cal power over hereti cal mind sets and architectural demarcation of the household in the community and the individuals place in a household. PhD students funded by PRIVACY are required to formulate a PhD project within one of the PRIVACY cases and to join an additional case-team. For this round of recruitment, we invite applications focusing on the German cases as well as La Rochelle, Chatsworth, Glasgow and Arc-et-Senans. For further description of the project and the eleven cases, please visit the project homepage. Research areas PRIVACY launches a systematic, scholarly fusion of the areas of architecture, theology, law and history. The research team will bring together four sets of field-inherent skills and approaches to privacy: Architecture: Urban plans, buildings and rooms frame privacy, creating secrecy and shelter chapels and cabinets stage prayer, study and intimacy, and are amplified by interiors and furnishing alcove beds and privies (toilets) wall off bodily needs rural retreat offset urban life. Qualifications required: Knowledge of design processes, architectural history and theories, patronage, pat terns of use, materiality and tectonics. Religious culture: Early Modern believers favour privacy (material and or mental retreat) as a site for pious focus, and privacy is often presented as place particularly fit for prayer and insight. But privacy also evades control and prompts suspicion of heresy or sin, leading to efforts to regulate the private sphere by means of church discipline. Qualifications required: Knowledge of religious, doctrines, practices and institutions across confessions, ability to work with different genres, media and forms of archival material. Law: Early Modern law defines conditions for property, sexual conduct, marriage, inheritance and rulers claims to their subjects work, property and lives (conscription, monopoly of violence within penal law). Qualifications required: Knowledge of legal procedure, laws, charters, their usage and changes. History: Historians may focus on Early Modern notions of privacy within a scholarly span ranging from political theory to social practice. In Early Modern society, privacy is seen both as a threat and as a positive value. A new ideology of marriage and family favours intimacy and domesticity, but also enforces state and community control. In politics, privacy often equals secrecy: it is a latent threat to civic stability and vital for the ruler. In society more generally, a broad array of social and societal conditions delineate access to and notions of privacy. Qualifications required: Knowledge of political legal structures, education, and social and cultural dynam ics. Qualifications Applicants must have an MA degree within the fields of Architecture, Church History, History, Legal History or related disciplines. The research language is English. The research team works on sources in French, German, Danish, Dutch, Latin, Portuguese and Classical Greek. Specialist knowledge of Early Modern culture is important. Just as central is, however, readiness to engage in interdisciplinary col laboration on a broad array of different sources and work towards an integrated methodology for interdis ciplinary privacy studies. The University of Copenhagen welcomes applications from suitably qualified candidates regardless of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic background. Recruitment seminar A recruitment seminar will take place in Copenhagen 5-6 March 2019. It will involve an introduction to PRIVACY and its research programme as well as a presentation of expectations regarding applications. The number of participants is restricted. A limited number of bursaries covering trips and accommodation for one night are available. For more information and registration, please see the homepage. Job Description PhD students at PRIVACY are required to be present at the Centre for the duration of their employment. They will participate in weekly meetings, field trips and workshops and be required to contribute to joint publications and publish research on selected cases in international peer-reviewed journals where appro priate. All PhD students will be employed and enrolled at one of the following institutions: Department of Church History at Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen The Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen or The School of Architecture, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservations (KADK), Copenhagen. Institutions The Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen. The Faculty is non-confessional. Its research covers Biblical Studies, Church History and Systematic Theology as well as Quranic Studies, Jewish Studies and African Studies. The Faculty is home to a number of high-profile international interdisciplinary research projects. PRIVACY is associated with the Department of Church History which has a strong Early Modern research focus. The Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. The Faculty of Law works towards cre ating greater knowledge of national and international law. Through a research-based education the Fac ulty ensures that its legal graduates have the skills needed to analyse and contribute to interdisciplinary and problem-oriented tasks in private and public sectors at home and abroad. The Faculty offers a strong international environment. School of Architecture, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservations (KADK).Copenhagen. KADK was founded in 1754 and hosts three leading schools in archi tecture, design and conservation. The School of Architecture has educated internationally renowned archi tects for centuries. It has about 900 students distributed across four institutes each with a bachelor pro gramme and two or three master programmes in architecture. If relevant, the PhD student will assist on the master programme Spatial Design at Institute of Architecture and Design. Terms of employment The successful PhD candidates will be offered a full-time PhD position for a period of three years. The can didates will be employed and paid in accordance with the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). Employment at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservations will be according to the specific job structure of this institution. Application procedure Applications must be submitted via the electronic application system. Click on the link provided below to be taken to the online application form. The application should be in English and include the following enclosures: a motivation letter, including a plan for your employment at the Centre (1 page), please specify which institution you are applying for CV, highlighting language skills a copy of MA degree certificate s a list of publications if relevant, a portfolio with design works a research proposal which develops the project idea, broad conceptual framing and proposed method ology of your PhD project in related to one of the PRIVACY cases as well as two other cases you would be interested in (max 3 pages in all) a short abstract of your MA-thesis or equivalent (in English) one sample of writing (an article or a chapter from your MA- thesis) name, e-mail address, telephone numbers and postal address of two academic referees We advise you to have the documents ready before you begin your online application. Application deadline and starting date Applications must be submitted electronically no later than 15 April 2019. Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. The ideal starting date would be 1 September 2019, but this is negotiable. Recruitment process After the application deadline, the Director of Centre for Privacy Studies selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Appointments Committee. This selection is based on the applicants educational qual ifications, the quality of the submitted research proposal and its relevance to the research agenda of the centre as well as other relevant qualifications. All applicants are immediately notified whether their appli cation has been accepted for assessment. The applications accepted for assessment will be assessed by an interdisciplinary committee, comprising expertise in the relevant fields. Selected applicants will be notified of the composition of the assessment committee. When the committee has completed its assessment, each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the assessment. A number of qualified candidates will be selected for a job interview in Co penhagen. We aim to interview short-listed candidates in the beginning of June 2019. Additional information For information about PRIVACY, please check this homepage. For questions regarding research, please contact Centre Director, Professor Mette Birkedal Bruun mbb@teol.ku.dk for practical questions, please contact Centre Administrator Maj Riis Poulsen mrp@teol.ku.dk Potential applicants from outside Denmark will find information about life in Denmark (taxation, healthcare etc.) on the website of InternationalStaff Mobility. Publisher: Centre for Privacy Studies, Faculty of Theology Faculty of Law School of Architecture, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and ConservationsCentre for Privacy Studies (PRIVACY), funded by the Danish National Research Foundation and based in Copenhagen, advertises 3-4 fully funded PhD positions within the fields of Architectural History, Church History, Legal History and History. PRIVACY is established with a grant of 50 mio DKK (ca. 6.7 mio Euro) from the Danish National Research Foundation and based at the University of Copenhagen.

PRIVACY was launched in the autumn of 2017 under the direction of Professor Mette Birkedal Bruun and runs for six years with the possibility of a four-year extension. It is hosted by the Department of Church His­tory at the Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen, in association with the Faculty of Law, Uni­versity of Copenhagen and the School of Architecture, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Ar­chitecture, Design and Conservations (KADK), Copenhagen.

The PRIVACY research team currently consists of six postdocs and three PhD-students as well as affiliated and visiting scholars.

The Centre
PRIVACY is dedicated to interdisciplinary and collaborative research into notions of privacy in Early Mod­ern Europe. It focuses on eleven cases from Denmark, England, France, Germany and the Netherlands in the period 1500–1800. The collaborative programme is driven by an interdisciplinary vision of an inte­grated approach in which a team of scholars collaborate, challenge and inspire each other in a joint pursuit of the legislative, religious, social, cultural and architectural aspects of a shared set of cases. Shared re­sponsibility across academic hierarchies is a token of PRIVACY’s vision for interactive research education.

The aim of PRIVACY is to develop 1) systematized historical knowledge of dynamics that shape, induce or curb privacy in society; 2) an interdisciplinary method equipped to grasp such dynamics; and 3) a strong and vibrant international research environment dedicated to high-profile historical research and equipped to incite a much broader investigation of privacy.

PRIVACY’s scholarly potency stems from its site-based interdisci­plinary analysis. Across eleven cases the research team will trawl Early Modern material: let­ters, laws, political manuals, newspa­pers, sermons, vis­ual representations, architectural drawings, buildings, diaries, contracts, commu­nity records etc. for no­tions of privacy, analysing the deployment of words with the root ‘priv-': in privato, privy, Privat-(per­son/andacht etc.), privauté etc. as well as bounda­ries drawn in relation to, e.g., confidentiality, security, family, body, self. The research programme is based on a joint interdisciplinary focus on, e.g., legislative thresholds between home and com­munity; de­crees regarding individ­uals’ bodies, e.g., during epidemics, or the idea of the household’s (oeco­no­mia) impact on civic well-being (politia); ecclesiastical and politi­cal power over ‘hereti­cal’ mind­sets; and architectural demarcation of the household in the community and the individuals’ place in a household.

PhD students funded by PRIVACY are required to formulate a PhD project within one of the PRIVACY cases and to join an additional case-team. For this round of recruitment, we invite applications focusing on the German cases as well as La Rochelle, Chatsworth, Glasgow and Arc-et-Senans.

For further description of the project and the eleven cases, please visit the project homepage.

Research areas
PRIVACY launches a systematic, scholarly fusion of the areas of architecture, theology, law and history. The research team will bring together four sets of field-inherent skills and approaches to privacy:

Architecture: Urban plans, buildings and rooms frame privacy, creating secrecy and shelter; chapels and cabinets stage prayer, study and intimacy, and are amplified by interiors and furnishing; alcove beds and privies (toilets) wall off bodily needs; rural retreat offset urban life.
Qualifications required: Knowledge of design processes, architectural history and theories, patronage, pat­terns of use, materiality and tectonics.

Religious culture: Early Modern believers favour privacy (material and/or mental retreat) as a site for pious focus, and privacy is often presented as place particularly fit for prayer and insight. But privacy also evades control and prompts suspicion of heresy or sin, leading to efforts to regulate the private sphere by means of church discipline.
Qualifications required: Knowledge of religious, doctrines, practices and institutions across confessions, ability to work with different genres, media and forms of archival material.

Law: Early Modern law defines conditions for property, sexual conduct, marriage, inheritance and rulers’ claims to their subjects’ work, property and lives (conscription, monopoly of violence within penal law).
Qualifications required: Knowledge of legal procedure, laws, charters, their usage and changes.

History: Historians may focus on Early Modern notions of privacy within a scholarly span ranging from political theory to social practice. In Early Modern society, privacy is seen both as a threat and as a positive value. A new ideology of marriage and family favours intimacy and domesticity, but also enforces state and community control. In politics, privacy often equals secrecy: it is a latent threat to civic stability and vital for the ruler. In society more generally, a broad array of social and societal conditions delineate access to and notions of privacy.
Qualifications required: Knowledge of political/legal structures, education, and social and cultural dynam­ics.

Qualifications
Applicants must have an MA degree within the fields of Architecture, Church History, History, Legal History or related disciplines. The research language is English. The research team works on sources in French, German, Danish, Dutch, Latin, Portuguese and Classical Greek. Specialist knowledge of Early Modern culture is important. Just as central is, however, readiness to engage in interdisciplinary col­laboration on a broad array of different sources and work towards an integrated methodology for interdis­ciplinary privacy studies.

The University of Copenhagen welcomes applications from suitably qualified candidates regardless of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic background.

Recruitment seminar
A recruitment seminar will take place in Copenhagen 5-6 March 2019. It will involve an introduction to PRIVACY and its research programme as well as a presentation of expectations regarding applications.

The number of participants is restricted. A limited number of bursaries covering trips and accommodation for one night are available. For more information and registration, please see the homepage.

Job Description
PhD students at PRIVACY are required to be present at the Centre for the duration of their employment. They will participate in weekly meetings, field trips and workshops and be required to contribute to joint publications and publish research on selected cases in international peer-reviewed journals where appro­priate.

All PhD students will be employed and enrolled at one of the following institutions:
  • Department of Church History at Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen
  • The Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen or
  • The School of Architecture, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservations (KADK), Copenhagen.
Institutions
The Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen. The Faculty is non-confessional. Its research covers Biblical Studies, Church History and Systematic Theology as well as Quranic Studies, Jewish Studies and African Studies. The Faculty is home to a number of high-profile international interdisciplinary research projects. PRIVACY is associated with the Department of Church History which has a strong Early Modern research focus.

The Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. The Faculty of Law works towards cre­ating greater knowledge of national and international law. Through a research-based education the Fac­ulty ensures that its legal graduates have the skills needed to analyse and contribute to interdisciplinary and problem-oriented tasks in private and public sectors at home and abroad. The Faculty offers a strong international environment.

School of Architecture, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservations (KADK).Copenhagen. KADK was founded in 1754 and hosts three leading schools in archi­tecture, design and conservation. The School of Architecture has educated internationally renowned archi­tects for centuries. It has about 900 students distributed across four institutes each with a bachelor pro­gramme and two or three master programmes in architecture. If relevant, the PhD student will assist on the master programme Spatial Design at Institute of Architecture and Design.

Terms of employment
The successful PhD candidates will be offered a full-time PhD position for a period of three years. The can­didates will be employed and paid in accordance with the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). Employment at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservations will be according to the specific job structure of this institution.

Application procedure
Applications must be submitted via the electronic application system. Click on the link provided below to be taken to the online application form.

The application should be in English and include the following enclosures:
  • a motivation letter, including a plan for your employment at the Centre (1 page), please specify which institution you are applying for
  • CV, highlighting language skills
  • a copy of MA degree certificate/s
  • a list of publications
  • if relevant, a portfolio with design works
  • a research proposal which develops the project idea, broad conceptual framing and proposed method­ology of your PhD project in related to one of the PRIVACY cases as well as two other cases you would be interested in (max 3 pages in all)
  • a short abstract of your MA-thesis or equivalent (in English)
  • one sample of writing (an article or a chapter from your MA- thesis)
  • name, e-mail address, telephone numbers and postal address of two academic referees

We advise you to have the documents ready before you begin your online application.

Application deadline and starting date
Applications must be submitted electronically no later than 15 April 2019. Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.

The ideal starting date would be 1 September 2019, but this is negotiable.

Recruitment process
After the application deadline, the Director of Centre for Privacy Studies selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Appointments Committee. This selection is based on the applicants’ educational qual­ifications, the quality of the submitted research proposal and its relevance to the research agenda of the centre as well as other relevant qualifications. All applicants are immediately notified whether their appli­cation has been accepted for assessment.

The applications accepted for assessment will be assessed by an interdisciplinary committee, comprising expertise in the relevant fields. Selected applicants will be notified of the composition of the assessment committee. When the committee has completed its assessment, each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the assessment. A number of qualified candidates will be selected for a job interview in Co­penhagen. We aim to interview short-listed candidates in the beginning of June 2019.

Additional information
For information about PRIVACY, please check this homepage.

For questions regarding research, please contact Centre Director, Professor Mette Birkedal Bruun mbb@teol.ku.dk; for practical questions, please contact Centre Administrator Maj Riis Poulsen mrp@teol.ku.dk


Potential applicants from outside Denmark will find information about life in Denmark (taxation, healthcare etc.) on the website of InternationalStaff Mobility.

Publisher: Centre for Privacy Studies, Faculty of Theology / Faculty of Law / School of Architecture, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservations




KU - TEO - FakultetetKøbenhavn S2019-02-18T00:00:002019-04-15T00:00:00
329957790Center for Chromosome Stability, University of CopenhagenRobot Postdoctoral positions are available for motivated young scientists The Center for Chromosome Stability (CCS) is inviting applications from both recently graduated PhD students and experienced postdoctoral researchers for fully funded postdoc positions to commence from June 1st, 2019 or at a mutually convenient time later in 2019. The positions are 2 years with the possibility for extension. Candidates must have an excellent academic track-record and show evidence of having conducted research at an internationally competitive level, as well as having an interest in studying DNA repair replication, chromosomal instability, or a related topic. The CCS is an international research center focusing on the role of genomic instability in driving human disease, and has research groups studying cancer, neurodegeneration and infertility. The working language of the CCS is English. Candidates must, therefore, possess excellent verbal and written English language skills. The Hickson Laboratory forms part of the Center for Chromosome Stability (CCS http: www.ccs.ku.dk) at the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine (http: www.icmm.ku.dk). The CCS has received long term funding from the Danish National Research Foundation. The mission of the CCS is to better understand the molecular mechanisms by which chromosomal instability impacts on age-related pathologies in humans. Positions are available in any of the five laboratories listed below. Interested candidates should visit the CCS website http: www.ccs.ku.dk to view the research profiles of the lab heads and their publications. Ian Hickson, Role of DNA replication stress as a driver of chromosomal instability. Eva Hoffmann,The DNA damage response in the human germline. Ying Liu, Folate deprivation and the mechanism of trinucleotide repeat instability. Andrés Lopez-Contreras, Novel mouse models to investigate chromosomal instability and cancer. Luis Toledo, Co-ordination of DNA replication and cell division. Applications should include a full CV, a list of publications and a cover letter outlining your motivation for wishing to join the CCS, as well as an indication of your preferred laboratory to join. Applications should be made by email to the CCS Administrator, Elin Erichsen (ee@sund.ku.dk). Place of employment The place of employment is at Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Panum Institute, University of Copenhagen. We offer creative and stimulating working conditions in dynamic and international research environment. Our research facilities include modern, well-equipped laboratories, including a dedicated imaging suite. Terms of employment The employment is a full time and fixed-term position for 2 years with the possibility for extension. Starting date is June 1st, 2019. Salary, pension and terms of employment will be in accordance with the agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and AC (Danish Confederation of Professional Associations). Currently, the monthly salary starts at 33,600 DKK approx. 4,480 Euro (April 2018-level). Depending on qualifications, a supplement may be negotiated. The employer will pay an additional 17.1 to your pension fund. Non-Danish and Danish applicants may be eligible for tax reductions, if they hold a PhD degree and have not lived in Denmark the last 10 years. The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff at the Universities of June 28, 2013. Questions For further information please contact Elin Erichsen, ee@sund.ku.dk http: www.sund.ku.dk Foreign applicants may find this link useful: http: www.ism.ku.dk (International Staff Mobility). Application procedure Your online application must be submitted in English by clicking Apply now below. Furthermore your application must include the following documents attachments all in PDF format: 1. Motivated letter of application (max. one page). 2. CV incl. education, work research experience, language skills and other skills relevant for the position. 3. A certified signed copy of a) PhD certificate and b) Master of Science certificate. If the PhD is not completed, a written statement from the supervisor will do. 4. List of publications. Application deadline: March 31st, 2019, 23.59pm CET We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications that do not live up to the abovementioned requirements. The further process After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the hiring committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an unbiased assessor. Once the assessment work has been completed each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him herself. You can read about the recruitment process at http: employment.ku.dk faculty recruitment-process The applicant will be assessed according to the Ministerial Order no. 242 of 13 March 2012 on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Universities. University of Copenhagen wish to reflect the diversity of society and welcome applications from all qualified candidates regardless of age, disability, gender, nationality, race, religion or sexual orientation. Appointment will be based on merit alone.Postdoctoral positions are available for motivated young scientists

The Center for Chromosome Stability (CCS) is inviting applications from both recently graduated PhD students and experienced postdoctoral researchers for fully funded postdoc positions to commence from June 1st, 2019 or at a mutually convenient time later in 2019. The positions are 2 years with the possibility for extension. Candidates must have an excellent academic track-record and show evidence of having conducted research at an internationally competitive level, as well as having an interest in studying DNA repair/replication, chromosomal instability, or a related topic.

The CCS is an international research center focusing on the role of genomic instability in driving human disease, and has research groups studying cancer, neurodegeneration and infertility. The working language of the CCS is English. Candidates must, therefore, possess excellent verbal and written English language skills. The Hickson Laboratory forms part of the Center for Chromosome Stability (CCS; http://www.ccs.ku.dk) at the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine (http://www.icmm.ku.dk). The CCS has received long term funding from the Danish National Research Foundation. The mission of the CCS is to better understand the molecular mechanisms by which chromosomal instability impacts on age-related pathologies in humans.

Positions are available in any of the five laboratories listed below. Interested candidates should visit the CCS website http://www.ccs.ku.dk to view the research profiles of the lab heads and their publications.


  • Ian Hickson, Role of DNA replication stress as a driver of chromosomal instability.
  • Eva Hoffmann,The DNA damage response in the human germline.
  • Ying Liu, Folate deprivation and the mechanism of trinucleotide repeat instability.
  • Andrés Lopez-Contreras, Novel mouse models to investigate chromosomal instability and cancer.
  • Luis Toledo, Co-ordination of DNA replication and cell division.


Applications should include a full CV, a list of publications and a cover letter outlining your motivation for wishing to join the CCS, as well as an indication of your preferred laboratory to join. Applications should be made by email to the CCS Administrator, Elin Erichsen (ee@sund.ku.dk).

Place of employment
The place of employment is at Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Panum Institute, University of Copenhagen. We offer creative and stimulating working conditions in dynamic and international research environment. Our research facilities include modern, well-equipped laboratories, including a dedicated imaging suite.

Terms of employment
The employment is a full time and fixed-term position for 2 years with the possibility for extension.

Starting date is June 1st, 2019.

Salary, pension and terms of employment will be in accordance with the agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and AC (Danish Confederation of Professional Associations). Currently, the monthly salary starts at 33,600 DKK/ approx. 4,480 Euro (April 2018-level). Depending on qualifications, a supplement may be negotiated. The employer will pay an additional 17.1 % to your pension fund.

Non-Danish and Danish applicants may be eligible for tax reductions, if they hold a PhD degree and have not lived in Denmark the last 10 years.

The position is covered by the “Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff at the Universities” of June 28, 2013.

Questions
For further information please contact Elin Erichsen, ee@sund.ku.dk; http://www.sund.ku.dk
Foreign applicants may find this link useful: http://www.ism.ku.dk (International Staff Mobility).

Application procedure
Your online application must be submitted in English by clicking ‘Apply now’ below. Furthermore your application must include the following documents/attachments – all in PDF format:
1. Motivated letter of application (max. one page).
2. CV incl. education, work/research experience, language skills and other skills relevant for the position.
3. A certified/signed copy of a) PhD certificate and b) Master of Science certificate. If the PhD is not completed, a written statement from the supervisor will do.
4. List of publications.

Application deadline: March 31st, 2019, 23.59pm CET

We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications that do not live up to the abovementioned requirements.

The further process
After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the hiring committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an unbiased assessor. Once the assessment work has been completed each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him/herself.

You can read about the recruitment process at http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/

The applicant will be assessed according to the Ministerial Order no. 242 of 13 March 2012 on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Universities.

University of Copenhagen wish to reflect the diversity of society and welcome applications from all qualified candidates regardless of age, disability, gender, nationality, race, religion or sexual orientation. Appointment will be based on merit alone.
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329951600Direktionssekretær til Forsvarets EfterretningstjenesteRobot Er du udadvendt, servicemindet og omhyggelig? Trives du i en omskiftelig hverdag i et udfordrende og spændende miljø? Sætter du en ære i, at opgaverne bliver løst professionelt og effektivt? Er du proaktiv og løsningsorienteret, og har du mod på at blive en del af den danske efterretningsverden, så er stillingen som direktionssekretær i Forsvarets Efterretningstjeneste måske noget for dig. Du bliver udfordret og udviklet Stillingen som direktionssekretær er placeret i Protokollen, som er en del af afdelingen for Ledelsesstøtte, Strategi og Policy. Protokollen varetager, udover den daglige ledelsesstøtte til chefen for FE og FE s ledelsesgruppe, også opgaver relateret til organisationens repræsentative virke samt til FE s krise- og beredskabsstyring. Du vil referere til protokolchefen og blive en del af et dynamisk hold med ansvaret for en række opgaver, der understøtter hele FE. Som direktionssekretær vil dine opgaver dog primært være fokuseret på ledelsen for bl.a. at medvirke til, at hverdagen bliver veltilrettelagt og ordentligt koordineret. Det drejer sig primært om: Protokollær støtte til ledelsen i forbindelse med besøg fra udenlandske samarbejdspartnere, større internationale konferencer og øvrige repræsentative aktiviteter Forelæggelse af sager og indstillinger til ledelsen og løbende opfølgning Koordination med departementet, det øvrige forsvar og centraladministrationen herunder kalenderstyring, mail og telefon Planlægning, reservation og afregning af rejser Mødeforberedelse, herunder opdækning og print af mødemateriale. Vi kan tilbyde en spændende og alsidig stilling med gode faglige og personlige udviklingsmuligheder. Der vil for den rette kandidat være mulighed for at præge indholdet af stillingen. Jobbets karakter stiller krav om en høj grad af fleksibilitet, og der er i perioder behov for at stå til rådighed uden for normal arbejdstid. Du og din baggrund er vigtig Du vil arbejde tæt på FE s ledelse og forventes at kunne bidrage til en professionel og systematisk opgaveløsning såvel internt som eksternt. Arbejdet omkring ledelsesgruppen forudsætter stor fleksibilitet og gode kommunikative evner. Endvidere forventes du at besidde et særdeles godt blik for relevans og rettidighed i det daglige samarbejde. Vi forestiller os, at du er ansvarsbevist, engageret og imødekommende er omhyggelig og struktureret med et godt blik for detaljen arbejder selvstændigt med masser af initiativ og godt humør har gode evner for samarbejde og for tværgående koordination og behersker engelsk i skrift og tale. Du er god til at gribe bolden og sætter en ære i, at der er styr på de opgaver, du afleverer og har. Ved besættelse af stillingen vil der desuden blive lagt vægt på erfaring med ledelsesbetjening fx fra en tilsvarende stilling i centraladministrationen og kendskab til SAP og ESDH Captia. Din nye arbejdsgiver FE arbejder for at beskytte Danmark og det danske demokrati. Vi opnår vores viden gennem målrettet efterretningsarbejde, og bruger den til at vurdere, bekæmpe og rådgive om aktuelle og fremtidige trusler. Det gør vi ved at indhente og analysere oplysninger om forhold i udlandet, som har betydning for Danmark og danske interesser. FE er både Danmarks udenrigs- og militære efterretningstjeneste, Danmarks militære sikkerhedstjeneste og den nationale it-sikkerhedsmyndighed. Sammen arbejder vi for Danmarks sikkerhed, interesser og borgernes tryghed Vi stræber efter at omsætte vores viden til effekt. Vores målsætning er at være en af de mest dynamiske og operativt fokuserede vestlige tjenester af sin art. Vores viden gør og skal gøre en forskel for Danmark og danske interesser. Din lønpakke afhænger af dine kvalifikationer Løn- og ansættelsesvilkår er i henhold til overenskomst mellem Finansministeriet og den relevante faglige organisation, afhængig af din uddannelsesmæssige baggrund. Derudover har du mulighed for at forhandle løntillæg efter kvalifikationer. Den gennemsnitlige arbejdstid er 37 timer om ugen inklusiv betalt frokostpause. Til stillingen hører en pensionsordning, som FE betaler. Som ansat i FE er du omfattet af nogle særlige vilkår. Det er et krav, at du kan sikkerhedsgodkendes og opretholde sikkerhedsgodkendelsen under hele din ansættelse. Som i resten af forsvaret har du pligt til kortvarig udsendelse til udlandet. Sådan søger du stillingen Du skal sende din ansøgning og CV eller LinkedIn-profil via stillingsopslaget, senest onsdag den 20. februar 2019. Vi indkalder løbende til samtaler og stiler mod en ansættelse hurtigst muligt. Vi opfordrer alle interesserede uanset personlig baggrund til at søge stillingen. Du er velkommen til at kontakte den lokale HR-partner på 33 32 55 66, lokal 2213, hvis du har spørgsmål til stillingen eller ønsker flere oplysninger. Du kan også læse mere på https: fe-ddis.dk, hvor du blandt andet finder vores Beretning og kan få et mere detaljeret indblik i FE´s opgaver, FE som arbejdsplads og yderligere information om ansættelsesmæssige spørgsmål. Vi glæder os til at modtage din ansøgning.Er du udadvendt, servicemindet og omhyggelig? Trives du i en omskiftelig hverdag i et udfordrende og spændende miljø? Sætter du en ære i, at opgaverne bliver løst professionelt og effektivt? Er du proaktiv og løsningsorienteret, og har du mod på at blive en del af den danske efterretningsverden, så er stillingen som direktionssekretær i Forsvarets Efterretningstjeneste måske noget for dig.


Du bliver udfordret og udviklet
Stillingen som direktionssekretær er placeret i Protokollen, som er en del af afdelingen for Ledelsesstøtte, Strategi og Policy. Protokollen varetager, udover den daglige ledelsesstøtte til chefen for FE og FE’s ledelsesgruppe, også opgaver relateret til organisationens repræsentative virke samt til FE’s krise- og beredskabsstyring. Du vil referere til protokolchefen og blive en del af et dynamisk hold med ansvaret for en række opgaver, der understøtter hele FE. Som direktionssekretær vil dine opgaver dog primært være fokuseret på ledelsen for bl.a. at medvirke til, at hverdagen bliver veltilrettelagt og ordentligt koordineret.

Det drejer sig primært om:
  • Protokollær støtte til ledelsen i forbindelse med besøg fra udenlandske samarbejdspartnere, større internationale konferencer og øvrige repræsentative aktiviteter
  • Forelæggelse af sager og indstillinger til ledelsen og løbende opfølgning
  • Koordination med departementet, det øvrige forsvar og centraladministrationen herunder kalenderstyring, mail og telefon
  • Planlægning, reservation og afregning af rejser
  • Mødeforberedelse, herunder opdækning og print af mødemateriale.
Vi kan tilbyde en spændende og alsidig stilling med gode faglige og personlige udviklingsmuligheder. Der vil for den rette kandidat være mulighed for at præge indholdet af stillingen. Jobbets karakter stiller krav om en høj grad af fleksibilitet, og der er i perioder behov for at stå til rådighed uden for normal arbejdstid.

Du og din baggrund er vigtig
Du vil arbejde tæt på FE’s ledelse og forventes at kunne bidrage til en professionel og systematisk opgaveløsning såvel internt som eksternt. Arbejdet omkring ledelsesgruppen forudsætter stor fleksibilitet og gode kommunikative evner. Endvidere forventes du at besidde et særdeles godt blik for relevans og rettidighed i det daglige samarbejde.

Vi forestiller os, at du
  • er ansvarsbevist, engageret og imødekommende
  • er omhyggelig og struktureret med et godt blik for detaljen
  • arbejder selvstændigt med masser af initiativ og godt humør
  • har gode evner for samarbejde og for tværgående koordination og
  • behersker engelsk i skrift og tale.
Du er god til at gribe bolden og sætter en ære i, at der er styr på de opgaver, du afleverer og har. Ved besættelse af stillingen vil der desuden blive lagt vægt på erfaring med ledelsesbetjening fx fra en tilsvarende stilling i centraladministrationen og kendskab til SAP og ESDH/Captia.


Din nye arbejdsgiver
FE arbejder for at beskytte Danmark og det danske demokrati. Vi opnår vores viden gennem målrettet efterretningsarbejde, og bruger den til at vurdere, bekæmpe og rådgive om aktuelle og fremtidige trusler. Det gør vi ved at indhente og analysere oplysninger om forhold i udlandet, som har betydning for Danmark og danske interesser.

FE er både Danmarks udenrigs- og militære efterretningstjeneste, Danmarks militære sikkerhedstjeneste og den nationale it-sikkerhedsmyndighed. Sammen arbejder vi for Danmarks sikkerhed, interesser og borgernes tryghed

Vi stræber efter at omsætte vores viden til effekt. Vores målsætning er at være en af de mest dynamiske og operativt fokuserede vestlige tjenester af sin art. Vores viden gør og skal gøre en forskel for Danmark og danske interesser.

Din lønpakke afhænger af dine kvalifikationer
Løn- og ansættelsesvilkår er i henhold til overenskomst mellem Finansministeriet og den relevante faglige organisation, afhængig af din uddannelsesmæssige baggrund. Derudover har du mulighed for at forhandle løntillæg efter kvalifikationer. Den gennemsnitlige arbejdstid er 37 timer om ugen inklusiv betalt frokostpause. Til stillingen hører en pensionsordning, som FE betaler.

Som ansat i FE er du omfattet af nogle særlige vilkår. Det er et krav, at du kan sikkerhedsgodkendes og opretholde sikkerhedsgodkendelsen under hele din ansættelse. Som i resten af forsvaret har du pligt til kortvarig udsendelse til udlandet.

Sådan søger du stillingen
Du skal sende din ansøgning og CV eller LinkedIn-profil via stillingsopslaget, senest onsdag den 20. februar 2019.

Vi indkalder løbende til samtaler og stiler mod en ansættelse hurtigst muligt. Vi opfordrer alle interesserede uanset personlig baggrund til at søge stillingen.

Du er velkommen til at kontakte den lokale HR-partner på 33 32 55 66, lokal 2213, hvis du har spørgsmål til stillingen eller ønsker flere oplysninger.

Du kan også læse mere på https://fe-ddis.dk, hvor du blandt andet finder vores ”Beretning” og kan få et mere detaljeret indblik i FE´s opgaver, FE som arbejdsplads og yderligere information om ansættelsesmæssige spørgsmål.


Vi glæder os til at modtage din ansøgning.










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