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Associate professor on horticulture

Associate professor on horticulture

Requirements for the candidate

The candidate for the position of associate professor must have a doctoral degree (PhD) or equivalent academic degree in crop production or related field and she/he has to have published research on related topics. The candidate must have experience in teach, research and publishing in horticulture.


The main task of an associate professor is to conduct teaching and research in horticulture, focusing on ornamental horticulture:

  • teaching in horticulture;
  • supervising BSc, MSc and PhD students;
  • applying for project calls, leading projects, planning and conducting experiments, data analysis,
  • regular publishing of results in international peer-reviewed scientific journals in collaboration with colleagues;
  • participating as a lecturer in trainings coordinated by the departement/instituute/university;
  • dissemination of information on the field of study in the Estonian society by the media and by public appearances.


Work performance indicators

Work effectiveness is evaluated based on the tasks completed.


  • ask for appropriate work conditions;
  • participate in all meetings, where related research subjects are discussed;



Prof Kadri Karp

Estonian University of Life Sciences, EE
Until filled

Printed from on 23/11/17 09:15:44 AM

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