Professorship for Instructional Technology with focus on Computer Science Didactics Johannes Kepler University Linz, School of Education

Tasks of the applicant:

  • Research in the field of Instructional Technology
  • Courses for Bachelor, Master and Doctorate students in the Lehramtstudien of the LSEd, especially in the field of computer science didactics
  • Supervision of Bachelor's, Master's and PhD's in STEM Education, especially computer science didactics. Within the framework of the LSEd Doctoral School, an additional postdoctoral position for Instructional Technology is also planned.
  • Acquiring funding for research and teacher training
  • Interdisciplinary cooperation with local and international colleagues
  • Further development of co-operation with national and international universities and STEM organizations
  • Support for Lehramtsstudierende und Kollegs regarding the effective use of instructional design strategies, web-based materials, multimedial technologies and online courses
  • Development of further training opportunities for colleagues in the areas of Instructional Design and Instructional Technology


Expected qualifications of applicants:

  • Habilitation or equivalent PostDoc experience in the field of Instructional Technology
  • Teacher experience in teacher training and willingness to take care of bachelor, master and doctorate students
  • Experience with interdisciplinary work in STEM Education or beyond
  • Scientific publications in international journals as well as active contributions to international conferences
  • Successful recruitment of third-party funding for research
  • Knowledge of effective teaching methods to promote pupil learning
  • Very good knowledge of spoken and written English


The task of the position holder will be to represent and further develop the subject in teaching and research. Furthermore, the willingness to take over administrative tasks of university self-administration is expected. In addition to the key content qualifications, particular attention is paid to the aspect of social competence. 

For further information please contact Univ. Prof. Dr. Markus Hohenwarter, Tel .: +43 (732) 2468 6871, e-mail: markus.hohenwarter@jku.at

The collective agreement provided for annual minimum gross salary is € 67,797.80, the actual gross salary is for the negotiation by the rector. 

The Johannes Kepler University is striving to increase the proportion of women in scientific staff and therefore strongly encourages qualified women to apply. For the same qualification, a woman is preferred. Beneficiaries of handicapped applicants are given special consideration if appropriate. 

Interested applicants are asked to send their application (including all relevant documents, CV, form and research concept) to the Rector of the Johannes Kepler University Linz (bewerbung@jku.at) by 27.01.2016. If the transmission of the attachments is not possible electronically, they must be sent in duplicate in such a way that they arrived at the Rector within a period of one week after the end of the application period.


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