Invitation for Blind Applications

We aim at enlarging our team with highly-motivated new full time researcher colleagues with a focus on social sciences, political science, communication science or computer/information science, presumably for a non-tenured position of 3 years (pre-doc or post-doc).

We at the Department for E-Governance and Administration are a vibrant interdisciplinary research team, always looking for dedicated new colleagues. During the last years our team grew steadily. We cover diverse topics such as law, social sciences, technology, psychology and statistics. As a national and international renowned research partner we deliver solutions in the domains of eGovernment, eParticipation, policy development and ICT for public administrations.

In the mid term we are looking for

  • one technically oriented position, ideally with a CS background, and
  • one position with a focus on science, society and/or communication in public administration.

To find out more about what we are doing, please have a look at the list of our projects.

If you are like what you see there, chances are high that you might be a valuable addition to our team.

Ideally your qualifications and personal profile covers many of the following:

  • Master’s and/or doctoral degree (Ph.D.) (preferably in the social sciences, informatics or in subjects related to the research focus of the centre)
  • Knowledge of scientific methodologies (qualitative and/or quantitative methods) and/or experience in research projects
  • Ability to work collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team that includes computer/social scientists, legal experts, psychology and communication sciences;
  • Experience with scientific publications, publishing systems and/or dissemination of results
  • Excellent English language proficiency
  • An open-minded personality

If you are interested to join our team for two to three years, we invite you to send us your CV including publications, scientific track record, research statement and/or visions, best via email. The first temporary work contract might be followed by a permanent contract, depending on the quality of work and the development of the department.

The Danube University Krems is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, or any other basis protected by law.

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