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Research Assistant (f/m) Department of Urban Development
TU Dortmund University
With more than 6,200 employees in research, teaching and administration and its unique profile, TU Dortmund University shapes prospects for the future: The cooperation between engineering and natural sciences as well as social and cultural studies promotes both technological innovations and progress in knowledge and methodology. And it is not only the more than 34,600 students who benefit from that.
The School of Spatial Planning, Department of Urban Development, at TU Dortmund University invites applications for a position as
Research Assistant (f or m)
beginning from June 1st 2018, and limited until November 30th, 2020. The duration of the contract will suit the aspired qualification.
The salary follows the regulations of the collective bargaining law in salary class 13 TV-L or, if applicable, by transitional law (TVÜ-L). This is a part time position (70 %).
The successful candidate (f or m) has an above-average master or diploma degree in spatial planning, geography or a corresponding subject
A completed Ph.D. in a relevant discipline (see above) is welcome
The successful candidate (f or m) has demonstrated experience in urban and regional research, especially in terms of planning and governance issues
Basic knowledge of spatial statistics and geographical information systems
We expect very good English language skills
Great commitment, very good communicative skills and the ability to work in a team
The successful candidate (f or m) will work in the DFG-funded project "Where are the jobs? Urban spatial structure and subcentering in an international comparison" which is conducted in cooperation with the DLR (Dr. Hannes Taubenböck)
The successful candidate (f or m) will research the spatial patterns of employment in German and US American city regions as part of a comparative study; the project specifically aims at examining the role of spatial planning in processes of employment concentration and deconcentration in city regions
Involvement in the publication of project results in international journals
Organization of project workshops and research visits in the USA
We offer an excellent research infrastructure and the involvement in an innovative and interdisciplinary team environment.
We explicitly note that applications of severely disabled persons are welcome.
Applications enclosing the usual material may be sent until 08.04.2018 under reference number w12-18 to:
Technische Universität Dortmund
Univ. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Siedentop