Career development

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Internal training program

Description

Every year, the internal training program of the University of Innsbruck offers employees a choice of more than 120 courses. The highly diversified program is designed to promote the employees' competences and to contribute to a new culture of learning.

Program:
http://www.uibk.ac.at/personalentwicklung/fbp/

For whom?

  • All employees whose employment exceeds 20% of a full contract and who have been employed by the University of Innsbruck for more than 7 months

Contact

  • Mag. Isabella Göschl, Head of Personnel Development


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Mentoring program

Description

The University of Innsbruck offers a mentoring program to counsel and support employees in career track positions during the qualification process.

Further, the university directly supports the careers of female junior researchers in fields of research, where the number of female professors is still low.

Please find details at:
https://www.uibk.ac.at/intranet/qualifizierungsvereinbarung/mentorinnen/
https://www.uibk.ac.at/newsroom/tueren-oeffnen.html.de

For whom?

  • Employees in career track positions
  • Female junior researchers in male-dominated fields of

Contact

  • Mag. Ingrid Augenstein, Personnel Development
  • Univ. Prof. Dr. Sabine Schindler, Vice Rector for Research

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Apprenticeship program

Description

The University of Innsbruck places great emphasis on the quality of its apprenticeship program. Additional training programs for apprentices complement the subject-specific apprenticeship training at the University of Innsbruck. As part of a "rotation program", apprentices of commercial occupations and chemical laboratory technicians are trained at various locations relevant to their job and can thus enhance their occupational competences. Apprentice trainers, too, are supported by special training programs.

Please find details at:
http://www.uibk.ac.at/personalentwicklung/lehrlinge/

For whom?

  • Apprentices  and apprentice trainers

Contact

  • Mag. Alexandra Brunner-Schwaiger, Personnel Development


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Inclusion program

Description

The university as employer welcomes the diversity of staff and sets impulses for enactment of sensibility, advices chronically sick employees and engages in the creation of inclusive working conditions.

Further information:
https://www.uibk.ac.at/personalentwicklung/inklusion/

For whom?

  • Disabled or chronically sick applicants and their supervisors

Contact

  • Mag. Alexandra Brunner-Schwaiger, Personnel Development
  • Dr. Elisabeth Rieder, Person of trust for disabled employees (general staff)
  • Dr. Adolf Sandbichler, Person of trust for disabled employees (scientific staff)

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Support of internal job applications

Description

The University of Innsbruck offers many interesting activity fields and with that a broad spectrum of career- and change opportunities within the organization, in specific for general employees. Those seeking change can be updated via a weekly newsletter about tenders of the desired position categories and are supported by a guideline for internal applications as well as an occupational policy that fosters internal applications.

For whom?

  • General staff

Contact

  • Mag. Julia Papst-Gohm, Vice Rectorate for Personnel

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Carreer +

Description

In the scope of work shops, speeches, peer mentoring and expert rounds, the program „Karriere +“ of the University of Innsbruck offers Pre- and Post Docs in terminated contracts the opportunity to receive clarity about their career options.

Program:
http://www.uibk.ac.at/personalentwicklung/fortbildungen/

For whom?

  • Pre- and Post Docs with an employment of over 20 %

Contact

  • Mag. Isabella Göschl, Head of Personnel Development


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