As a visiting lecturer/researcher you will continue to do your own research, but you will also join the colloquia and research meetings that are organized by the Human Performance Management group and the university as a whole to learn about the research that others are working on. You will develop collaborations with researchers in the Human Performance group that lead to joint research publications and possibly joint project proposals or other research output.
You are also invited to contribute to courses in the Bachelor and Master Programmes of the School of Industrial Engineering and/or supervising Bachelor students for their final project. The specific courses that you may be involved in will depend on your own knowledge and expertise.
You will be embedded in the Human Performance Group in the department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences, but you may also collaborate with people from other disciplines in the department and the university as a whole. You will also benefit from our extensive international network of partner universities, research groups, and company contacts, with whom you might engage in joint research.
We offer an (unpaid) guest position in an inspiring academic and international working environment which includes a working place on campus, use of our research facilities, cooperation in a research group or even supervision senior researcher, and of course peer support.
The Human Performance Management (HPM) group focuses its research and education on the optimization of the role of human resources in operational processes of performance. In other words, how should we (re-)design work and organization to obtain a high-performance organization in which employees could work effectively, healthily, and enjoyably. In this respect, we argue that the best fit between humans and work is achieved when both the human side and work side are integrally (re-)designed and (re-)developed to improve performance. Moreover, we carefully consider how technology may play a role in this, as an application area (e.g., in high-tech industry, in robotization), as a means for conducting research (e.g., wearables), and as tool for intervention (e.g., Apps) toward optimized human performance in organizations. We work closely with an extensive network of industrial and institutional partners which provides us access to unique and challenging data.
Do you recognize yourself in this profile and would you like to know more? Please contact dr. Josette Gevers, Associate Professor / group chair, J.M.P.Gevers[at]tue.nl or +31 40 247 4607.
For information about terms of employment, please contact Susan Opgenoorth, HR Advisor, S.G.J.Opgenoorth[at]tue.nl or +31 40 247 4465.
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