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Professor (W3) of Economics (Labor Market Policy or Social Insurance)The job holders will be assigned to the Centre for European Economic Research immediately upon his/her appointment with a reduced teaching obligation of two credit hours per term. We are looking for personalities with outstanding scientific qualifications in the fields of labor market policy or social insurance which strengthen the competencies of the institutions involved. The successful candidates are expected to do research and publish in their respective aforementioned field at ZEW. Furthermore, they will be primarily responsible for third-party fundraising and work on third-party funded projects. They should be able to manage a research team and must be fluent in German and English. Applicants must fulfil the employment requirements of the Higher Education Act of the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg (§ 47 Landeshochschulgesetz Baden-Württemberg). Prerequisites for this position are a university degree, a doctoral degree, teaching skills and additional academic qualifications, i.e. a post-doctoral degree (habilitation) or an equivalent qualification obtained at a non-academic institution. The University of Mannheim and ZEW are equal opportunity employers and are striving to increase the proportion of female researchers. Therefore, we encourage women to apply. Disabled candidates with equivalent qualifications will receive preferential consideration.
Applications should be sent by 31 March 2017
via post or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and
should be addressed to the
Centre for European
Economic Research (ZEW)
Doris Brettar - L 7, 1
Germany Applicants should provide a letter of application and a CV with list of publications.
Please note that confidentiality violations and unauthorized third party access cannot be ruled out when using e-mail communication that is not encrypted. For more information, please contact either Professor Dr. Jochen Streb (email@example.com) at the Department of Economics or Professor Achim Wambach, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org) at ZEW.