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The University of Andorra (UdA) bases its teaching, research and transfer activities on the values of rigour, quality and excellence. Personalised monitoring of students is one of the principal advantages of studying at UdA, with guidance aimed at encouraging creativity, the critical spirit and respect for diversity.

UdA staff are also encouraged to grow personally and professionally in a work environment where they are in permanent contact with young people. Staff can take part in innovative projects, receive lifelong training, develop professionally and attain positions of responsibility, developing their talent and contributing to the progress of society by helping to form the new generations.

The UdA provides a pleasant, collaborative work environment. Staff enjoy flexible working hours, the possibility of teleworking for part of the day, and a generous leave policy aimed at ensuring personal, family and work-life balance.

The UdA team is divided into two large groups: Teaching and Research Staff (TRS) and Administrative and Technical Staff (ATS). In the first group, recruitment processes differ according to whether the post offered is for permanent, temporary or collaborating teachers. See below for descriptions of the recruitment processes in each of the categories, and the calls for applications open for each professional profile:

Tenured faculty

The tenured faculty guarantees the smooth running of the university’s academic activities. The employment contract has an indefinite duration and is signed in accordance with the terms and conditions of the call and after the holding of a competition in accordance with the provisions of article 22 of Law 14/2018 of 21 June on higher education and article 88 of the Statutes of the University of Andorra.
The places for tenured faculty are published in the BOPA.
The tenured faculty must have a doctorate, with the exception of the full professors hired by the University of Andorra prior to the entry into force of the University of Andorra Act. In the event that the terms and conditions of the call so establish, if the candidate who has won the competition does not have a doctorate at the moment of taking up the position, he/she may be hired on a temporary basis until the maximum period of time for obtaining the doctorate has elapsed. From that moment onwards, the candidate may be hired on a permanent basis or, if he/she has not obtained the doctorate, the employment contract will be terminated.
The Statutes of the University of Andorra regulate the rights and duties of the faculty.

 

Non-tenured faculty

The non-tenured faculty guarantees the smooth running of the university’s academic activities. The employment contract has a fixed duration and is signed in accordance with the terms and conditions of the call and after the holding of a competition in accordance with the provisions of article 22 of Law 14/2018 of 21 June on higher education and article 88 of the Statutes of the University of Andorra. The work schedule may be full-time or part-time.
The places for non-tenured faculty are published in the BOPA.
The Statutes of the University of Andorra regulate the rights and duties of the faculty.

 

Collaborating faculty

Collaborating faculty are renowned and experienced professionals specialised in their areas of competency who conduct their professional activity outside the University of Andorra and whose services are essential for complementing the teaching and research work at the university. They have part-time contracts with a specific duration that can be renewed.
The positions of the collaborating faculty are published on this page.

The collaborating faculty are appointed by the centre’s director following a favourable report drawn up by a committee made up of three lecturers, chaired by a full professor.

 

Administrative and technical staff

The administrative and technical staff perform the duties of assisting and advising the university’s bodies of representation, governance and management, management and administration in the areas of human resources, administrative organisation, economic affairs, computer services, archives, the library, communication, general services, scientific-technical services, support for research and technology transfer, as well as any other management and support processes determined as necessary for the university for the fulfilment of its objectives.
Law 14/2018 of 21 June on higher education establishes that the administrative and technical staff are hired by the university in accordance with the Andorran employment legislation and by means of a competition in accordance with the principles of concurrence and publicity.
The administrative and technical staff may be hired on a full-time or part-time basis and for a determined or undetermined duration, in accordance with the provisions of the call for the ongoing selection process.

 

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