For reinforcing our team at the Department for E-Governance and Administration at the Faculty of Business and Globalization, we are searching for a highly motivated researcher for a non-tenured position. For a non-tenured faculty position, responsibilities include collaborating on informatics/social sciences projects in multidisciplinary teams, supervising students during their Master’s thesis, teaching courses, and participating in service activities as well as in the development and/or expansion of national and European research activities. Rank is open based on qualifications.
- Master’s and/or doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in Informatics (preferably Business-, or Legal Informatics), Information Science or suitable combination of disciplines (Social Sciences and/or Legal Sciences within Informatics background).
- Experienced in and active contributions to national and/or European/international research projects
- Experienced in and active contributions to scientific publications and dissemination
- Ability to teach and supervise students
- High personal interest in the research areas E-Democracy, E-Government, E-Participation, Open Data, Data-driven Administration/Politics etc.
- Hands-on programming skills (e.g. Java, C#, Python, JS)
- Skills in qualitative and quantitative research methodologies
- Expertise in data architectural design and analysis as well as in governance frameworks
- Ability to work collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team that includes computer/social scientists, legal experts, faculty, and staff
- Willingness to travel
- Excellent English language proficiency (German language proficiency is beneficial but not mandatory)
- A letter of interest including the name of the position for which you are applying
- Your qualifications and experience as it relates to the position
- Teaching and research statement
- Curriculum vitae including a list of publications