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Research Assistant / Post-Doc (f/m) at the Institute of Nutrition, Consumption and Health, Faculty of Science, Chair of Socioeconomics of the Household
Published(286 days ago)
Deadline for applications(268 days ago)
The University of Paderborn is a high-performance and internationally oriented university with approximately 20,000 students. Within interdisciplinary teams, we design forward-looking research, innovative teaching and the active transfer of knowledge into society. As an important research and cooperation partner, the university also shapes regional development strategies. We offer our more than 2,300 employees in research, teaching, technology and administration a lively, family-friendly, equal opportunity environment, a lean management structure and diverse opportunities. Join us to invent the future!
The Institute of Nutrition, Consumption and Health at the Faculty of Science – Chair of Socioeconomics of the Household – offers a position in the research project (funded by the German Research Foundation-DFG): "Between Moral Acceptance and Objective Needs: Outsourcing Domestic and Care Services in Germany and in International Comparison."
Research Assistant / Post-Doc
(pay scale 13/14 TV-L)
at the earliest date possible.
The position is initially limited to three years with the amount of 100% of regular work time, with the possibility of extension. The contract period corresponds to the approved project period. An active involvement of the successful applicant in the above mentioned research project are expected. Further responsibilities include publication of scientific articles, co-supervision of students and teaching of 1-2 semester periods a week. For further details on the research project please visit the website: https://sug.uni-paderborn.de/en/ekg/hw/research/We expect:
Completed or soon to be completed PhD thesis in sociology or related social sciences
Research emphasis in at least one of the following fields: family/household, comparative welfare state research, economic sociology
Excellent knowledge of statistics and experience in multivariate data analysis of individual or household data (in particular panel and multilevel methods)
Good knowledge of the statistic software Stata
Fluency in written and spoken English
In addition to personal commitment and the ability for scientific supervision of students and Ph.D. students the ability to connect and collaborate with other national and international research groups is expected.
Outstanding opportunities for scientific and personal development, as well as flexible working arrangements. Interdisciplinary research and scientific exchange on an international level are strongly promoted. Applications from women are particularly welcome and, in case of equal qualifications and experiences, will receive preferential treatment according to the North Rhine-Westphalian Equal Opportunities Act (LGG), unless there are preponderant reasons to give preference to another applicant. Applications from disabled people with appropriate suitability are explicitly welcome. This also applies to people with equal opportunities in accordance with the German social law SGB IX.
Inquiries concerning the professional requirements of the position should be addressed to Prof. Dr. Natascha Nisic (email@example.com). Please send your application with the usual documents under reference number 3533 by November 25th, 2018 (preferably as a single pdf file) via email to our team assistant Christiane Amedick
Prof. Dr. Natascha Nisic
Warburger Str. 100