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Studentische Projektmitarbeit „Push*Back*Lash“

  • Art der Anzeige: Angebot (Biete)
  • Jobkategorie: Fixanstellung
  • Arbeitsverhältnis: Teilzeit
  • Jobgebiet: Forschung
  • Gehalt (brutto): € 649,80
  • Stadt: Salzburg
  • Postleitzahl: 5020
  • Bundesland: Salzburg
  • Land: Österreich
  • Aufgegeben: 24. Mai 2024 8:03
  • Läuft ab in: 10 tage, 2 Stunden
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A Horizon Europe Push*Back*Lash research project led by Professor Dr. Lefkofridi is seeking a research assistant to support the project at 10 hours per week.

Employment duration is between 15.06.2024 and 31.12.2025 at the University of Salzburg (hybrid).

Required Qualifications:
-“can do” attitude and independence in carrying out work tasks
-skills in quantitative data analysis, using R or Stata
-understanding of qualitative data collection and analysis approaches
-background in Sociology or Political Science,
-knowledge of/interest in gender studies/feminist scholarship
-experience with literature reviews preparation
-knowledge of/experience with data cleaning and analysis
-excellent command of English

Preferred Qualification:
– in the process of obtaining your Master’s degree (very strong Bachelor-level applicants will also be considered)

How to apply:
Please send a CV and a two-page letter of interest describing how work on this project aligns with your career goals and detailing why you would be a good fit for the position.

Please send your application materials to pbl@plus.ac.at
Deadline to apply: 5 pm on May 31, 2024.
Interviews will be scheduled on June 4 and decision will be made on June 5.

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