Eindhoven University of Technology
TU/e is a University of Technology with a focus on Health, Energy and Mobility. TU/e is an open and inclusive university with short communication lines. The people are curious, collaborative, and strive for excellence. TU/e enables its academic staff to develop research and education at an internationally renowned level. Our lively campus community facilitates connections between staff and students, in an open, friendly, vibrant atmosphere that welcomes and inspires.
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
With over 100 (assistant, associate and full) professors, almost 200 PhD and PDEng students, about 1300 Bachelor students and 700 Master students, the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science (M&CS) is one of the largest departments of the TU/e. By performing top-level fundamental and applied research, and maintaining strong ties with industry, M&CS aims to contribute to science and to innovation in and beyond the region. This is reflected in a rich portfolio of projects and grants that our professors attract (including ERC and national level personal grants, H2020, NWO, and industry co-funded projects). M&CS is offering high-quality educational programs including multiple Bachelor and Master programs, all fully taught in English, including a full Data Science curriculum.
The department’s relationship with the high-tech industry in the Brainport region means that interested staff and students can contribute directly to the development of technological innovations with real-world relevance. The department has produced a number of successful spin-offs and participates in many national and international research consortia.
The support unit Education and Student Affairs (ESA) is the central point at the TU/e where students and staff receive a variety of services in the field of education. The ESA team is responsible for support for all bachelor and master education. ESA is also responsible for policy preparation and policy implementation in the field of education, internationalization, quality assurance and accreditation, and it supports both the Executive Board and the Departments.
In this position(s), you are part of the Education and Student Affairs (ESA) team of M&CS. This new position as a non-scientific Program Coordinator is created to reduce the capacity of scientific staff dedicated to program management. The Program Coordinator’s responsibilities lie within the Bachelor's program in Applied Mathematics, Master Program Industrial and Applied Mathematics, and Service teaching mathematics. Your job is to keep track of all administrative and organizational needs of the degree programs, and to organize and execute their support by ESA. Additionally, the Program Coordinator makes proposals for educational innovation and curriculum improvements and implements these, subject to approval by the Program Director(s). You are the main liaison between the Program Directors and ESA. Your daily colleagues in this job are Teacher Support, Quality Assurance, Policy Advice, Academic Advisors and of course the Program Directors. The Program Coordinator reports to the Manager ESA within M&CS.
Tasks and responsibilities
We offer you:
If you are invited to the first round of interviews, these will be on either October 29 or 30 or on November 2. The first round consists of a meeting with the manager of ESA and members of program management, and a meeting with future colleagues.
If you are invited to the second round, these will be held on November 6 or 9. You’ll receive an assignment for which a short preparation is required, and you will present the outcome to a small panel.
How to apply: If you would like to apply, please send us your application by using the 'Apply for this job’ button on the TU/e website. Your application should be addressed to the Head of ESA: ir. L.A. (Larisa) Camfferman. Your application must include:
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