Research School for Socio-Economic and
Natural Sciences of the Environment
Research School for Socio-Economic and
Natural Sciences of the Environment

Lecturer at the Environmental Systems Analysis Group, Wageningen University

Application deadline 23 September 2019

The Environmental Systems Analysis (ESA) group combines quantitative, qualitative, multi- and transdisciplinary research. Knowledge from natural, social and engineering sciences is integrated in education also. ESA plays a key role in the study programmes Environmental Sciences, Urban Environmental Management, Climate Studies and Tourism. Moreover, ESA is responsible for various multi- and interdisciplinary courses of the international BSc programme Environmental Sciences (BES).

The Environmental Systems Analysis Group is looking for a Lecturer, who will be, among others,                      

  • Supervising student groups in various environmental science courses, in particular at BSc level;
  • Making course schedules, contributing to Brightspace (the Learning Management System used by WUR for online learning and teaching);
  • Assisting students in ESA’s computer practicals;
  • Assisting course coordinators in grading papers and exams;
  • Contributing to the planning, organising and executing of the International Study Visit Environmental Sciences;
  • Supporting the ESA Group’s continuous innovation in education and learning

The Environmental Systems Analysis Group asks for:

  • Master's degree in environmental science, environmental systems analysis or a related field;
  • Demonstrated expertise in inter- or transdisciplinary research projects in the domain of environmental change and sustainability;
  • Affinity with and preferably proven experience in teaching and providing multi- and interdisciplinary environmental science education;
  • A passion to provide inspiring education to Dutch and international students and student groups from diverse study programmes;
  • Strong organizational skills;
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, both with students and academic staff;
  • Fluency in English and preferably Dutch (or a willingness to learn Dutch); and
  • A strong team player

See for more information and applying: Vacancy Lecturer ESA

Thursday 5 September 2019