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Post-doctoral researcher (f/m/div) in the SOEP

Stellenangebot vom 16. November 2023


What we offer

An exciting research environment and a strong research group, including all the benefits of DIW Berlin's international networks and access to unique and proprietary datasets.

A creative and collaborative working environment and an international team consisting of highly motivated early career and experienced colleagues.

A job at a research institute with around 300 colleagues, where diversity, equal opportunities, and a healthy work-life balance guide all areas of work. Flexible work schedules tailored to your needs as well as remote work are key parts of our work culture.

DIW Berlin supports your professional and personal qualification and advancement via internal and external career development opportunities and annual performance reviews.

You are paid according to the collective agreement for the public sector (Tarifvertrag des öffentlichen Dienstes, TVöD Bund), which includes an annual bonus as well as a company pension with VBL Ost.

The office is located in the middle of Berlin-Mitte convenient to public transportation. As a DIW Berlin employee, you are eligible for a reduced VBB-Firmenticket that is partially subsidized.

Your tasks and responsibilities

  • Conducting research as part of the above-mentioned project
  • Coordinating the research group and project meetings
  • Developing the data infrastructure (linking SOEP, SOEP-CoV, and other auxiliary datasets) and producing documentation on the data
  • Publishing peer-reviewed articles in leading international journals
  • Producing policy-relevant reports and project deliverables

Your qualifications

  • Outstanding dissertation in economics, quantitative methods or a related discipline
  • Excellent knowledge of micro econometric, quantitative empirical and causal methods
  • Strong research agenda aligned with the project aims
  • Experience with survey data
  • Strong publication record
  • Experience in working on and willingness to contribute to a multi-disciplinary research project that brings together researchers from epidemiology, medical research, economics, and other social sciences
  • Experience in coordinating a research group
  • Basic knowledge of Germany’s federal government and broader political system
  • Excellent writing skills and very good command of English and German

The position is limited until 30 September 2025. Remuneration is paid according to TVöD Bund, salary group E14. 

Application and information:

We value diversity and welcome all applications regardless of gender, disability, nationality, or ethnic or social origin. If you’re interested in the position, we are excited to hear from you!

Please apply online by 15.12.2023 quoting the reference number SOEP-21-23 and including a cover letter, CV, copies of degree certificates, and references. Please do not include a photo. If you have any questions about the online application, please contact recruiting@diw.de.

In-person interviews are planned to take place in the second calendar week of January.

You can find more information about DIW Berlin on our website, www.diw.de. For more information on the specific tasks and responsibilities of this position, please contact Prof. Dr. Sabine Zinn (szinn@diw.de) and Prof. Dr. Carsten Schröder (cschroeder@diw.de).

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DIW Berlin

Das DIW Berlin (Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung) ist seit 1925 eines der führenden Wirtschaftsforschungsinstitute in Deutschland. Es erforscht wirtschafts- und sozialwissenschaftliche Zusammenhänge in gesellschaftlich relevanten Themenfeldern und berät auf dieser Grundlage Politik und Gesellschaft. Das Institut ist national und international vernetzt, stellt weltweit genutzte Forschungsinfrastruktur bereit und fördert den wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs. Das DIW Berlin ist unabhängig und wird als Mitglied der Leibniz-Gemeinschaft überwiegend aus öffentlichen Mitteln finanziert.