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Junior Professorship (W1) for E-Health and Shared Decision Allocation
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Einstein Center Digital FutureBerlin
The Department of Anesthesiology and Operative Intensive Care Medicine of the Charité (Director: Prof. Dr. Claudia Spies)
within the Charité Center 7 (CharitéCenter for Anesthesiology and Intensive Care) invites applications for the following
Junior Professorship for E-Health and Shared Decision
Allocation (Salary Group: W1 BBesG, non-tenured)
REFERENCE NUMBER Prof. 477/2017
The Department has long-lasting research experience in perioperative risk reduction with special regard to information
technology. In this context, the professorship focus on the investigation of IT-based methods for optimizing the allocation
of medical resources. Based on development, implementation and continuous evaluation/modification of these methods,
the junior professor will aim to establish quality-based structures in perioperative intensive care at the in/out hospital barrier.
The initial appointment is for three years with the possibility for an extension for another three years following successful
The successful candidate must fulfill the appointments requirements in accordance with § 102a of the Berlin Higher
Education Act (Berliner Hochschulgesetz, Gem. § 102a BerlHG).
The Charité seeks to fill this position with an outstanding, internationally recognized earlier career scientist. Applicants are
required to have excellent background knowledge in conducting studies on the identification of security-related process
indicators in clinical routine data. Scientific expertise in the subfields of "health informatics" and "computer science and
society" are of key importance for the outlined research area.
The successful candidate will be engaged in teaching activities of the medical education curriculum at Charité, supervise
Master and Doctoral candidates, and participate in academic self organization.
Appointment requirements are governed by article 102a of the Berlin Higher Education Act (Berliner Hochschulgesetz,
Gem. § 102a BerlHG). To support the interdisciplinary nature of the professorship, a cooptation with the department of
Computer Science at Humboldt-University is planned. Applicants should explain their plans for using this cooptation in
The Charité is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity. As women are under-represented
in academics, we explicitly encourage women to send in their application. We explicitly encourage applications from people
of other nationalities or with an immigrant background who fulfill the employment requirements to send in their application.
Applications from handicapped candidates with equivalent qualifications will be given priority. The Charité is certified by
the audit family-friendly university and is a member of the Dual Career Network Berlin (www.dualcareer-berlin.de).
Written applications according to the format specified on https://career.charite.de/am/calls/application_notes.pdf should be submitted by February 23, 2017 under https://career.charite.de.
For further questions on details, please contact Prof. Claudia Spies; firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the positions are conditional upon financing from the donors and partners. It is intended to extend a
number of the temporary professorships at the end of the funding period. Additional professorships for Berlin will be
advertised in the coming months and will be posted at be-digital.berlin.
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