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University of the Arts Bremen seeks Professors in Drawing/Painting and Sculpture

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University of the Arts Bremen

Seeking Professors in Drawing/Painting and Sculpture

Application deadline: 11 April 2013

www.hfk-bremen.de

The University of the Arts Bremen offers an extensive range of studies in the fields of art, design and music, the objective being to maintain a close and productive dialogue between the courses.

The Art and Design Faculty of the University of the Arts Bremen currently has the following vacancies:

Professorship in Drawing/Painting
Bes. Gr. W 2
Civil Servant with Life Tenure

Code WP 13/03

We are looking to attract a high-calibre individual with exceptional artistic credentials for the subject of Drawing/Painting (Fine Arts course of study). Supported by a strong academic track record, the successful candidate is likely to have gained several years of experience in an artistic field, underpinned by exhibitions hosted by well-known international institutions. Expertise in the area of printing techniques is considered equally important.

Furthermore, well-developed didactic skills will be required to thrive in this role. At the same time, the incumbent will be expected to make a proactive contribution to the ongoing development of the University of the Arts, as well as maintaining a close rapport with colleagues, engaging in interdisciplinary projects and attending committee meetings on academic self-administration. In addition, the job requirements pursuant to Section 116 of the Bremen Government Employees Act apply.


Professor in Deputyship in Sculpture
Bes. Gr. W 2
Employee

Code WP 13/02
for a fixed term of three years

We are looking to attract a high-calibre individual with exceptional artistic credentials for the subject of Sculpture (Fine Arts course of study). As well as the ability to examine object, figure and space, a clear positioning in contemporary art is required.

Supported by a strong academic track record, the successful candidate is likely to have gained several years of artistic experience at an international level, complemented by exhibitions hosted by well-known institutions.

Furthermore, well-developed didactic skills will be required to thrive in this role. At the same time, the incumbent will be expected to make a proactive contribution to the ongoing development of the University of the Arts, as well as maintaining a close rapport with colleagues, engaging in interdisciplinary projects and attending committee meetings on academic self-administration. In addition, the job requirements pursuant to Section 116 of the Bremen Government Employees Act apply.

The University of the Arts is committed to increasing the proportion of women employed in the artistic and academic field. With this in mind, it particularly welcomes female applicants.

The University of the Arts Bremen is involved in "audit berufundfamilie" (work and family audit) and is a certified "family-friendly university." Disabled applicants are given precedence if their professional and personal suitability is essentially equal to that of other applicants. Applications from people with a migrant background are welcomed.

Applications with standard paperwork are to be sent for the attention of Ms Weinert at the rector's office at the address below by 11 April 2013:

Rektor der Hochschule für Künste Bremen
z.Hd. Frau Weinert
Am Speicher XI 8
28217 Bremen




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