Researcher building construction (f/m/d)

FH Salzburg employs 400 people across its Urstein, Kuchl, Uniklinikum Salzburg and Schwarzach campuses. There are 3200 students who have a choice of 18 bachelor and 12 master programmes across four faculties to study in – Engineering; Business and Social Sciences; Design, Media and Arts; and Health Studies.

In the area of research, we are advertising a position as a Researcher with the possibility of a dissertation at the Campus Kuchl in the Research and Transfer Center Alpine Building (http://alpinesbauen.at/) - a center for the two fields of study Smart Building and Smart Buildings in Smart Cities:
 

Tasks

  •     Research activity in the field of building services engineering/energy technology
  •     Focus on building simulation including data analysis
  •     Involvement in research at the Center for Alpine Construction
  •     Publication and lecture activity
  •     Participation in the national and international networking of the research area
  •     Participation in the qualitative development of the research center and the study program

  • University degree in the field of mechanical engineering-building technology, thermal engineering, energy-efficient buildings, electrical engineering, power engineering, physics or similar. (Diploma/Master's degree)
  • At least 3 years of relevant research experience or subject-specific professional experience
  • Scientific publications
  • Very good knowledge of German and English
  • Relevant computer skills (building simulation IDA Ice, Matlab,...)
  • Social and communication skills
  • Enthusiasm and ability to work in a team

We offer

Hours: 20-40 hours per week
Place of employment: Campus Kuchl
Start date: earliest possible/by agreement
Contract length: 31.12.2022
Salary: from € 46.200,- total gross annual salary / 40 hours per week (salary level according to qualification and professional experience)
Job reference number: smb-22-07

We offer

  • Varied roles
  • Working equality via flat hierarchies
  • Flexible working hours
  • Excellent training opportunities
  • Good public transport links and easy accessibility by car and bike
  • Workplace health promotion
  • Campus cafeteria
  • Structured onboarding process and mentoring programme
 FH Salzburg is committed to diversity and equality. Candidates with disabilities will be given preferential consideration should they meet the suitability requirements.
We would particularly welcome applications from female candidates for this teaching and research position.
 
Interested candidates should apply online. We look forward to your application. Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.