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 200 courses. The highly diversified program is designed to promote the employees' competences and to contribute to a new culture of learning.

Program:
https://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

  • Employees on parental leave

  • Employees with a different kind of contract upon request if availability is given

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Mentoring program

Description

The University of Innsbruck offers a mentoring program for two different career stages:

  1. To enhance careers of women already from the start, the University invites female junior scientists to exchange information and discuss their next career steps together in a group that is supported by mentors.

Further information:
https://www.uibk.ac.at/rektorenteam/forschung/mentoring.html.de

  1. Employees of career track positions “Laufbahnstellen” have the opportunity to receive additional advice and support by choosing a mentor in the scope of the qualification process.

Further information:
https://www.uibk.ac.at/intranet/qualifizierungsvereinbarung/mentorinnen/

 

For whom?

  • Female junior scientists with an employment in a late stage of their dissertation or new PostDocs
  • Employees in career track positions

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Apprenticeship program

Description

The apprenticeship “Lehre” at the University of Innsbruck is exciting and diverse. The on-the-job training is interesting and of high quality due to wide-ranging rotation programs. As the largest Tyrolian educational institution, we also support the higher-school-certificate “Lehre mit Matura”. As we open our doors to internships abroad, our apprentices develop good foreign language skills. Informative events as well as an apprentice program “Lehrlingskolleg”, which includes a certificate and financial bonus, is a great addition to the apprenticeship.

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

For whom?

  • Apprentices  and apprentice trainers

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Inclusion program

Description

The university as employer welcomes the diversity of staff and sets impulses for the enactment of sensibility. It advices chronically sick employees and engages in the creation of inclusive working conditions. For its dedication in this regard, the University of Innsbruck was granted with the main price of Diversitas 2018.

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

For whom?

  • Disabled or chronically sick applicants and their supervisors

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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 subscribe to a weekly newsletter about tenders of the desired position categories and are supported by an occupational policy that fosters internal applications.

For whom?

  • General staff

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Carreer +

Description

In the scope of workshops, speeches, peer mentoring and expert groups, the program „Karriere +“ of the University of Innsbruck offers Pre- and PostDocs in fixed-term contracts the opportunity to receive clarity about their career options.

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

For whom?

  • PreDocs with an employment of over 20 %
  • PostDocs with a fixed-term employment of over 20 %

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