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Doctoral Researchers in Business Studies, focusing on Innovation and ”Life at Home” School of Business and Economics Welcome to a university in the spirit of Carl Linnaeus! Linnaeus University is a modern, international university in southern Sweden. The university is situated in Kalmar and Växjö with 35,000 students and 2,000 employees. With its c. 4500 students the School of Business and Economics is one of Sweden’s largest business schools in terms of number of students. Yet the priority for the School is the close relationship between students and lecturers. The positions are situated in the School of Business and Economics in the Faculty of Business, Economics, and Design at the Linnaeus University, Sweden. The doctoral researchers are attached to the unique research program funded by IKEA connecting life at home and sustainable production conditions from the perspective of business studies. Linnaeus University offers three doctoral researcher positions for the entirety of doctoral studies (4 years). As the positions are unique they will provide a highly attractive competence for the future. The foundation of market innovation has over the last decade shifted from the traditional business research and development units and laboratories to everyday lives of consumers and social entrepreneurship. Immaterial resources as content, knowledge, skills and collaborative network organisation form an increasingly important part of the value of most products and services in the post-industrial market place. Further, how the nature of knowledge and skills shift into content and innovative organisational practices in the context of value creation, knowledge management and soft innovation. This shift brings practices associated with soft innovation, creative content production, organisation and innovation from the perspective of entrepreneurial venturing and creativity to the centre of academic interest. These aspects of business and market dynamics will be of critical importance for the sustainable future competitiveness. The doctoral researchers are attached to a new research area “Life at home” in business studies at Linnaeus University, focusing on how the market shifts are chancing everyday life at home, and how it challenges working life and the existing value chains in the markets. Basic criteria for candidates to conduct doctoral level education in business studies: • Master’s degree (or Swedish magister level) in business studies, industrial management or similar. • Completed minimum of 240 ECTS of which min. 60 ECTS advanced studies, or • has proof of similar levels of university education competence from Sweden or abroad. Additional criteria for PhD candidates in business studies: • Minimum 90 ECTS in Business Studies or in subjects that are connected to the doctoral studies, or similar university competence from Sweden or abroad • Proof of good command of English language Those who full fill the Swedish criteria before 1 July 2007 (Bachelor’s exam – kandidatexamen - and 60 previous study units in a business studies subject) for doctoral researcher training, full fill the basic criteria for selection (until end of 2015). Exceptions to these fundamental qualification requirements can be made if there are any particular reasons. Other selection criteria, weighted in the following order: • Master’s Thesis • Motivation for application and research interests • Degree certificates Applicants are expected to conduct full time doctoral research in business studies in connection to the research area. Linnaeus University is committed to providing the candidates with excellent working conditions, active support of a research group, and exiting prospects in doctoral training leading to a doctorate degree in business studies. The successful candidates would have a keen interest towards cross disciplinary research theme and team. The Bridge – IKEA Program involves Business Studies, Design, and Wood processing. An active participation in developing international research community is well appreciated. The doctoral researchers are expected to start during the autumn 2011. Posts are located in Växjö campus. Questions relating towards the research area are directed to Professor Saara Taalas, saara.taalas@lnu.se. Questions directed towards the doctoral posts are directed to Head of School Kjell Arvidsson, 0733-49 70 11, (international +46 773 497011), kjell.arvidsson@lnu.se. Questions directed towards the terms of employment and application material are directed to HR Consultant Ulrika Lind, 0480-44 60 13 (international +46 480 4460136), ulrika.lind@lnu.se. Union representatives may be contacted via the university operator at +46 772 288000. The application should included all necessary documentation including motivation for the application, degree certificates, possible letters of recommendation, CV, publications list and other documents supporting the application. Applications are sent in electronically in one document (pdf-format) to registrator@lnu.se, with reference to PA 2011/330 no later than June 20, 2011. Ange i ansökan att du sökt tjänsten via jobbexpressen.se.
Researcher positions The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim represents academic eminence in technology and the natural sciences as well as in other academic disciplines ranging from the social sciences, the arts, medicine, teacher education, architecture to fine art. Cross-disciplinary cooperation results in innovative breakthroughs and creative solutions with far-reaching social and economic impact. Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology Department of Energy and Process Engineering Industrial Ecology Programme Researcher positions Researcher positions on Life Cycle Assessment and Environmentally Extended Input-Output Analysis of Energy Systems at NTNU The Industrial Ecology Program (IndEcol) and Centre for Sustainable Energy Studies (CenSES) at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) are seeking researchers for work on environmental assessment of energy systems. The Industrial Ecology Program (IndEcol) is an interdisciplinary research and teaching program managing its own International MSc program and PhD program. IndEcol has a high reputation within the field as evidenced by a high-profile international evaluation. We are quite active in the areas of life-cycle assessment, material flow analysis, and the use of input-output analysis for environmental assessments, as evidenced by numerous publications and international prizes. The current research activities are funded by national and European agencies, as well as industrial partners. There is a long tradition of working on both industrial and policy applications. The Industrial Ecology Program is well integrated in the international research community through the participation in EU projects, the participation in ISIE and IIOA working groups and the UNEP International Panel on Sustainable Resource Management. Key faculty staff currently serves as members of the IPCC, the UNEP Resource panel and IEA task force. IndEcol currently includes about 40 graduate students, 23 PhD Candidates, six Post Docs, 2 Resarchers, the programme administration (Programme Director, MSc Programme Director, Office Manager and Co-ordinator) and associated professors.   The Centre for Sustainable Energy Studies is a long-term research project and is one of the Centers for Environmentally Friendly Energy (FME) founded by the Norwegian research council. The research objective of CenSES is to conduct research that supports public and private decision makers in strategic decisions and policies that will promote environment-friendly energy technologies and lead to a sustainable energy system. The CenSES consortium involves both universities and research institutions spanning from the fields of engineering, via economics to social sciences and humanities. The industrial Ecology Program has responsibility for the environmental assessment of current and prospective energy technologies and systems in CenSES. We are therefore seeking qualified personnel to support this activity. We foresee strong synergies and collaboration with other ongoing projects and activities at IndEcol on both methodological development as well as applications. Researcher code 1109/1110 – Environmental Assessment of Energy Systems We are looking for a person with a PhD and preferably some post doctoral experience in life cycle assessment and or input-output analysis. A proven ability to produce scientific work as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications is warranted. Knowledge of Matlab or related software or programming language is a prerequisite. Evidence for the ability to participate in group work and to take initiative should be provided. The researcher will work on development of methodologies and application of these for environmental assessment of various energy technology scenarios. This involved extending upon current work on LCA and EIO undertaken at IndEcol (eg. In the projects CenBio, ECar, EXIOPOL, PROSUITE and CREEA). Work with dynamic extensions of LCA and EIO are foreseen. Some experience with operations research is therefore advantageous. This person will be the leading researcher on the project from our side. In addition to research responsibilities he/she will also be expected to support the IndEcol faculty with some managerial tasks related to CenSES. Other duties will involve advising master students and working with PhD students. The candidate must be fluent in both written and oral English. The position has duration of 4 years.   Researcher code 1108 – Environmental Assessment of Energy Systems The researcher will work with the evaluation of prospective environmental impacts and resource requirements of technologies and measures for climate mitigation. The work will address the resource use and emissions during the construction of the required infrastructure, the operation and the disposal of waste. Methods utilized include life-cycle assessment and environmental risk analysis. The modeling of technologies includes embedding them in a global model of production and consumption constructed by others in the group in the EU projects EXIOPOL, PROSUITE and CREEA. The researcher will support an expert group in the International Resource Panel under UNEP in its assessment of climate mitigation technologies. The candidate should have a relevant Master’s degree in industrial ecology, engineering, physics, applied mathematics or economics. Strong analytical capabilities and good written and oral communications skills are essential. Competence in MatLab, operations research, and/or database tools is of advantage. The candidate must be qualified for admission to the PhD program at NTNU (B average at the MSc level). In addition, the applicant must be fluent in English. Competence in Norwegian is of advantage. Trondheim is the place of duty. The position has duration of 2 years. Salaries: The position as researcher code 1108, is remunerated wage levels 47 to 70 on the Norwegian State salary scale, with a gross salary from NOK 384 700 to NOK 579 400 per annum. Researcher Post-Doc level code 1109, wage levels 57 to 76 on the Norwegian State salary scale, with gross salary from NOK 455 900 to NOK 654 600 per annum. Researcher equivalent to professor code 1110, wage levels 60 to 91 on the Norwegian State salary scale, with gross salary from NOK 480 700 to NOK 981 100 per annum. The salary is adjusted according to the recent wage negotiations, and given subject to the final approval of the Storting (the Norwegian Parliament). There will be a 2 % deduction to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund from gross salary. The position adheres to the Norwegian Government’s policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. Persons with immigrant background are encouraged to apply. NTNU´s objective is to increase the number of females in scientific positions. Female applicants are therefore encouraged to apply. Further information on the positions can be obtained from Associate Professor Anders Hammer Strømman (anders.hammer.stromman@ntnu.no, +47 73598948) or from Professor Edgar Hertwich (edgar.hertwich@ntnu.no, telephone +47 73598949). General information on the industrial ecology program is available from our website www.ntnu.edu/indecol. The application must contain information of educational background and work experience. Certified copies of transcripts, reference letters and publications should be enclosed. Applications must be submitted via this page - ref. no. IVT-52/11. Application deadline for the position is 30.07.2011. Ange i ansökan att du sökt tjänsten via jobbexpressen.se.
The CompanyEnviroChemie, with head office in Rossdorf Germany, is a leading supplier of water and wastewater technology, which has been providing customised solutions as partners to industrial customers since 1976. We offer our clients the experience and know-how gained from more than 25 000 delivered water and wastewater plants in over 30 countries, providing the most ecological and economical solutions for every one.  Our product palette features everything from serial compact plants to individually customized systems.85% of our employees are highly qualified engineers and technicians with years of experience in water technology. Read more about EnviroChemie on www.envirochemie.comSales activities concentrate on industrial customers all over Europe, especially in the DACH Region and Eastern Europe including Russia. Based on several successful projects in Scandinavia, the main goal in EnviroChemie´s sales strategy is to establish a solid market for water treatment for industrial customers in Scandinavia. A Swedish daughter company founded in 2011 is offering the whole product portfolio of EnviroChemie.To carry out this task we are looking for a successful engineer with experience in sales of water and/or wastewater treatment technology. Alternatively experience with selling of industrial plants for food, beverage, pharma or chemical industry or similar branches is useful.The PositionThe Sales Manager has the overall responsibility to build the business in Sweden with great focus on creating sales. You will report directly to the management board in Germany. Since you will establish EnviroChemie's operation in Sweden, location of office can be in most parts of Southern Sweden e.g. Stockholm, Gothenburg or Malmö.Main tasks:Sales of water and wastewater treatment plants and service products for industry in Sweden and other Scandinavian countries Build up EnviroChemie´s business in Scandinavia Visit customers, understand their needs and present solutions Achieve growth goals regarding turnover, earnings and market position Elaboration and implementation of sales strategy for Scandinavia Direct reporting to EnviroChemie´s management board Travel within Scandinavia will required.The CandidateThe successful candidate must have long experience of technical sales to the industry and we expect you to have at least 3 years experience in sales of water and/or wastewater treatment equipment or chemical, pharmaceutical or food and beverage processing industry, with a proven record of success.We believe that you are a chemical, process or environmental engineer and a specialisation in water and/or wastewater treatment would be an asset.Commitment, a strong drive and endurance combined with entrepreneurial skills will be needed to achieve success in this position. Further you must be able to handle business in a strategic way with the holistic view needed for solving complex challenges.You are a natural team worker and have good communication skills with Swedish as your mother tongue and fluent in English or German. Other Scandinavian languages (e.g. Finnish) is an extra asset. FinallyAs Sales Manager for EnviroChemie in Sweden, you will be offered a challenging position with a great deal of independence in an international working environment. At the beginning of your task as Sales Manager you will be thoroughly trained on EnviroChemie´s product portfolio at its headquarters in Germany. Your compensation package will consist of a fixed salary, result oriented bonus and company car.Date of commencement will be as soon as possible and we are pleased to see female applicants as well.ContactPolaris Headhunting ABCharlie HahneManaging PartnerMobile: +46 70 480 7616E-mail: charlie.hahne@polarisheadhunting.comAnders Söderbergh Senior PartnerMobile: +46 702 216 208 E-mail: anders.soderbergh@polarisheadhunting.com