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Teaching and Research Assistant / PhD Position (f/m) Management of Innovation
University of Hohenheim
Management of Innovation - Teaching &
Research Assistant / PhD Position
At the Chair for Management of Innovation at the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart,
Germany, we seek for a Teaching & Research Assistant to fill a vacant PhD position (50 % =
19.75 hrs/week). The salary is EG 13 TV-L. This position is a temporary position for 3 years,
which can potentially be extended.
We maintain a broad spectrum of activities in research, teaching and projects in the field of
management of innovation, which is strongly embedded in an international network of partners.
We systematically support your doctoral research with a structured coaching and counseling
You can participate in workshops about research methodologies.
You can present your research at international conferences and workshops.
You have the opportunity to take part in or even lead research projects.
You get teaching experience by contributing to our teaching program.
You will have fun working with our young and enthusiastic team.
We are looking for a research assistant who intends to obtain a PhD in the field of innovation
You should hold an excellent master's degree (or equivalent) preferably in management,
economics or a related field.
You fit the team perfectly, if you are passionate about innovation and entrepreneurship.
Ideally, you have already specialized in innovation management or entrepreneurship during your
It is a strong plus, if you have some experience in quantitative analysis (Stata, R, or SPSS).
You have excellent English skills.
Additionally, you will need decent German skills (B2).
With equal qualifications, preference will be given to candidates with disabilities. The University of
Hohenheim seeks to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching and therefore
strongly encourages female scientists to apply.
We are looking forward to receiving your application. Please submit your application (your CV and a
letter of motivation) to Evelyn Aulitzky (firstname.lastname@example.org).