Associate Professor (førsteamanuensis or førstelektor) of Music Education in Early Childhood Education

Associate Professor (førsteamanuensis or førstelektor) of Music Education in Early Childhood Education

Norway 01 Mar 2021
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The Department of Early Childhood Education at the Faculty of Education and International Studies has one (1) vacant, permanent full-time position as Associate Professor (førsteamanuensis or førstelektor) of Music Education in Early Childhood Education from 1 August 2021.      

The Department of Early Childhood Education has approximately 2000 students and 115 academic staff members and is located at the Oslo Metropolitan University campus in the centre of Oslo. The department offers a Bachelor Programme in Early Childhood Education and Care, a M. Phil. Programme in Early Childhood Education, courses taught in English, as well as further and continuing education programmes. The faculty offers a Ph.D. in Education. The department collaborates extensively with kindergartens and other institutions relevant to our work. 

The faculty members collaborate in interdisciplinary teaching teams. Members of the section for Music are creative, active and dedicated employees. They are engaged teaching and supervision, research projects, artistic development work as well as performing. TRALL, an innovation project, is one of several art-based projects developed by members of the section.

Read more about the faculty and the department here

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Required qualifications:

In the assessment and ranking of qualified applicants, emphasis will be placed on:

Applicants whose first language is not one of the Scandinavian languages, must document both oral and written language skills.

General criteria for appointments to academic posts are found in the Regulations for appointment and promotion to academic posts.

Oslo Metropolitan University tests teaching qualifications through trial lectures held in connection with interviews.

Oslo Metropolitan University strives to ensure that our employees reflect the diversity of the population of the region. We work continuously to further develop Oslo Metropolitan University as an inclusive workplace, and to adapt the workplace if required. We welcome applications from all qualified candidates, also those who have experienced periods without work, education or training.

Application process:

The following documents must be uploaded before the deadline:

All documents must be uploaded in order for your application to be processed. The documents must be in a Scandinavian language or English. Translations must be government authorised, and originals must be presented in connection with interviews. Oslo Metropolitan University checks documents in order to ensure a proper evaluation of all candidates and ensure fair competition. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Applicants will be assessed by an expert committee. All applications will be reviewed by the faculty before the application papers are forwarded to the expert committee. Applications from applicants who are not qualified, will not be forwarded for assessment.

If you have documents that cannot be uploaded electronically, please contact Ingrid Andvin Tsolakis: iats@oslomet.no

We offer: 

interesting tasks at Norway’s third largest university

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Further information:

For further information about the position, please contact:

The salary for the position is in accordance with the pay scale for state employees:

The annual salary range for Associate Professor (førsteamanuensis, position code 1011 or førstelektor, position code 1198) is NOK 535 200 – NOK 694 400. The annual salary range for Assistant Professor, position code 1009 is NOK 458 900 –NOK 597 000. A higher salary may be considered for particularly qualified applicants. A contribution of 2% to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund is deducted from the salary.

Please apply electronically for the position by clicking the button at the bottom of the page.

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