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Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (m/w) Handelsmanagement und E-Commerce
Der Lehrstuhl für Internationales Management sucht zum 1. September 2018 (oder etwas später):
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (m/w) Handelsmanagement und E-Commerce in der Schweiz
Arbeitssprachen sind Deutsch und Englisch.
The main tasks of the research/teaching assistant include
research on retailing and e-commerce
contribution to company projects in the fields of retailing and e-commerce, and in particular on retail trends
support of the professor at lectures
teaching and coordinating exercises (mainly case studies)
tutorial assistance for students writing their master thesis or seminar thesis
It is also expected that the assistant prepares a doctoral dissertation in the field of retail management (possibly linked to international management). 50% of the working time is reserved for this own research. The duration of the dissertation project is approximately 4 years.
The following qualifications are required for this position:
an above average university master degree in management, with a specialisation in retail management, marketing and/or international management
interest and capabilities in academic management research
mother tongue German
very good language skills in English
Language skills in French are an asset.
We offer excellent working conditions, an attractive Swiss salary, challenging and varied activities in a young team, integration in international research, contacts to leading companies in different industries and the opportunity to write a doctoral thesis.
The Chair for International Management is responsible for the Master in International and European Business. Additional information on the Chair and our activities can be found on
www.unifr.ch/intman. The city Fribourg and our university are bilingual (German and French).