Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS) Regensburg
To strengthen our team of research economists, we invite applications for a full-time position as Researcher in Economics f/m/d (up to TVL-E 13, 100 %) starting on January 1st 2022. We invite applications from researchers with their main research area in labor economics, who have done or are willing to do research on labor markets in Eastern and Southeastern Europe.
The Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS) is a multidisciplinary area studies research center in Regensburg. IOS explores the historical, economic, and political developments of Eastern and South-eastern Europe in a transnational and comparative perspective. It pursues research in two main research fields: processes of (de-)institutionalization; inequality and mobility. In 2017, IOS joined the Leibniz Association, one of the leading associations of research institutions in Germany and as such, is funded jointly by the Free State of Bavaria and the Federal Government. IOS closely cooperates with the University of Regensburg. Together, they have established the Leibniz-Science Campus “Europe and America in the Modern World”.
For more information on IOS go to www.leibniz-ios.de/en
To strengthen our team of research economists, we invite applications for a full-time position as
Researcher in Economics f/m/d (up to TVL-E 13, 100 %) starting on January 1st 2022.
Remuneration is based on the German TV-L public pay scale, salary group E13. The appointment is initially for three years, with the possibility of an extension for another three years.
We invite applications from researchers with their main research area in labor economics, who have done or are willing to do research on labor markets in Eastern and Southeastern Europe.
Applicants are expected to have a Ph.D. in economics, research experience and strong econometric skills. Prior experience with survey design is desirable. A publication record in internationally peer-reviewed journals is an asset, as is an interest in multidisciplinary co-operation.
The successful candidate will present research results at conferences and publish articles in international peer-reviewed journals. IOS encourages and supports habilitations at the University of Regensburg. The successful candidate is also expected to contribute to the further acquisition of third-party projects by designing, implementing, and leading projects in her/his area of research.
IOS, together with the University of Regensburg, provides an attractive academic environment. The city of Regensburg is a charming location in southern Germany (Bavaria), registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Please submit your application online via the IOS application portal at https://www.ios-regensburg.de/en/vacancies.html and upload your cover letter, CV including publication list, transcripts, and three sample research papers (published or unpublished). Documents must be in pdf format. Applications via email will not be accepted.
Interested candidates may contact Prof. Hartmut Lehmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Deadline for applications: 15 October 2021.
If the qualifications are essentially the same, disabled applicants will be preferred. Please indicate that you have a disability in your application.
IOS Regensburg is an equal opportunity employer.
The IOS strives for a balanced gender ratio in all employee groups. We encourage women and therefore expressly encourage them to apply. We also encourage people with non-German citizenship and a migration background to apply. The institute is also committed to improving the compatibility of family and work.
All submitted data on your person will be deleted at the latest six months after finishing the selection process.