Job offer of April 27, 2023
The research-based infrastructure of the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP), based at DIW Berlin, is one of the largest and longest-running multidisciplinary panel studies in the world, currently surveying about 30,000 people in nearly 15,000 households each year. SOEP claims to capture social change and is thus confronted with ever new and diverse topics and tasks. Its data collection and generation follows the concept of the survey or data life cycle.
To start as soon as possible we are looking for a: PhD Student and Research Associate (f/m/nonbinary) (part-time at 65%).
The position is linked to a PhD degree completed in the framework of a structured doctoral program, preferably in the Berlin area. A doctoral agreement will be signed with DIW Berlin that will guarantee, among other things, qualified individual supervision.
The position will be paid in line with the TVöD Bund pay scale, salary group EG 13. The contract is for a fixed-term period of 48 months.
In addition to flexible working hours, DIW Berlin also offers mobile work and an employee discount on the public transport ticket.
We value diversity and therefore welcome all applications—regardless of the applicant’s gender, disability, nationality, or ethnic and social origin.
Please apply online, quoting the reference number SOEP-10-23-2, by June 30, 2023. Further information on DIW Berlin can be found on our homepage at www.diw.de. For information on the research area, please contact Prof. Dr. Sabine Zinn (email@example.com).
For more information about DIW Berlin, please visit our homepage at www.diw.de.
Founded in 1925, DIW Berlin (the German Institute for Economic Research) is one of the leading economic research institutes in Germany. The Institute analyzes the economic and social aspects of topical issues, formulating and disseminating policy advice based on its research findings. DIW Berlin is part of both the national and international scientific communities, provides research infrastructure to academics all over the world, and promotes the next generation of scientists. A member of the Leibniz Association, DIW Berlin is independent and primarily publicly funded.