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Senior Lecturer Port & Maritime Management (0,2 fte)

Rotterdam Business School

Rotterdam Business School (RBS) is the international institute of Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences (RUAS), which in Dutch stands for Hogeschool Rotterdam. RBS offers undergraduate and graduate education in business and economics. With approximately 3,200 students from both Europe and the rest of the world, and over 270 international employees (academic and administrative), Rotterdam Business School has an international intake and a global reach. Intercultural competency is part of our DNA.

RBS offers English taught programs at Bachelors and Masters level. Our Bachelor program is in International Business. Our Master programs are Master in Consultancy and Entrepreneurship and Master in International Supply Chain Management. We also offer a pre-master program. RBS has four themes as contextual layer within the curriculum, which are: Sustainability, Leadership, Digital and Purpose Economy.

RBS is linked to a RUAS Research Centre Business Innovation, where applied research relevant to the professional practice and contributing to the quality of education is conducted in cooperation with the educational programs and the work field.

For our Master of International Supply Chain Management, RBS is recruiting a Senior Lecturer Port & Maritime Management (0,2 fte)


Rotterdam Business School encourages their students to develop into rounded and employable graduates who can take their place confidently as global citizens in the 21st century with an appropriate knowledge base, a deep understanding of its potential as well as its limitations, a critical mind and the ability to collaborate and conduct applied research to current challenges.

In this inspiring learning environment you facilitate student learning by undertaking teaching activities and by supervising and coaching students both individually and in group projects.

In your position of senior lecturer you collaborate with other lecturers, researchers and external partners to provide a coherent and up to date program.


In order to carry out the duties effectively, the person appointed is required to have the following skills and experience:

  • a master or PhD degree in the subject required or in a closely related field;
  • a proven track-record in either an academic environment and/or the work field of supply chain, and specifically in port and maritime management;
  • established teaching and coaching skills;
  • (preferably) relevant previous work experience with an international focus;  
  • a good understanding of current educational views, methods and techniques;
  • the ability to integrate research-based and relevant current developments in the professional field into your teaching;
  • the ability to contribute to the development of the curriculum and parts of the educational programme;
  • the ability to create a stimulating learning environment for the student; 
  • a flexible, and result- and student-oriented attitude;
  • intercultural sensitivity;
  • English language skills at least on CAE level or other comparable programme;
  • excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills, and a good team worker;
  • a demonstrable commitment to continuous professional development;
  • knowledge of and affinity with ICT.


Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences (Hogeschool Rotterdam) offers you a one year contract with the possibility of an extension. The salary range is HBO-CAO scale 11 (€3,881.09 minimum and €5,332.48 maximum gross per month) for full-time employment, exclusive of 8% holiday pay and 8.3% end-of-year bonus. Our fringe benefits include excellent training facilities, an attractive pension scheme, and allow for a proper work/life balance. 

All staff members of Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences must be able to submit a Certificate of Conduct (Verklaring Omtrent Gedrag, VOG) issued by the Dutch Minister of Justice and Security.

Everyone is welcome at Rotterdam University. We see diversity as a strength. An inclusive work environment is a prerequisite for us to create a good learning environment for our students. We believe that recognizable diversity in the composition of our teams is important. We therefore take this into account during the selection procedure.


For more information about this position, please contact Mrs Jessica Schiltmans, course director MIB, telephone +31 (6) 1521 9422.

On-line applications in English only.


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