Our team wants you!
You think that public administration could do better? You see technological potential as being grossly grossly neglected? You have big ideas of how technology can contribute to deliver improved services for the benefit of all, to make countries greener, cities smarter, and people happier?
We are interested!
You have a technical background, with experience in programming and databases? You are not afraid of UML, metadata and data modelling? You always wanted to get deep into linked (open) data and semantics? You find requirements engineering to be a piece of cake?
We should definitely talk!
The Department for E-Governance and Administration at Danube University Krems / Austria (EU) is looking for an enthusiastic new colleague to improve public governance through the widespread application of technology.
We are the leading Austrian research institution for public governance, with long-lasting collaborations within the international research community, industry, as well as within public administration; including the Austrian Chancellery, the Federal Ministry of Finance, the Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs, the Federal Ministry of the Interior, the City of Vienna, or the Austrian Federal Computing Centre. The Department for E-Governance and Administration also hosts, together with the Federal Ministry for the Civil Service and Sport, the GovLabAustria, an innovation lab for the public sector.
- Graduate in Computer Science, (business) informatics or any other study with a clear and demonstrable focus on ICT
- Master’s level or higher degree (or equivalent qualification)
- A deep interest to perform research on the intersection between public administration, science, industry, and society
- A deep understanding of data driven-approaches, process design, and digital transformation
- The ability to identify problems on your own and provide solutions to them
- You enjoy working with collaborative technologies, also remotely
- Teamwork and constant exchange come naturally to you
- Excellent English, written and spoken
Would be nice:
- You possess experience working in a scientific environment
- You have been part of an international research project already
- First-hand experience in scientific publishing and writing research grant proposals
You will get:
- Regular, project-based employee contract, starting 15.04.2019, limited to 30.9.2020 but with the clear intention for extension.
- 2.738,91 EUR gross per month with 38.5h/week (W3/1 according to the Work and Remuneration Regulations – DBO of Danube University Krems) – we are willing to pay a higher salary according to qualifications and training.
- Social amenities on the Campus Krems with a highly international and welcoming atmosphere.
- Excellent business contacts to high-ranked public sector officials as well as international research networks.
- A beautiful work place within the UNESCO world heritage region of the Wachau.
Scope of project “ManyLaws”, in which you will work:
The project aims to deliver a set of novel services for citizens, businesses, and administrations of the European Union, built upon text mining, advanced processing and semantic analysis of legal information. To achieve this, ManyLaws will access big legal data currently produced and published in multiple national or EU public data sources (e.g., EUR-Lex, NOMOS), link it and transform it to structured open datasets. By combining data coming from a multiplicity of sources, ManyLaws aims to achieve seamless and inclusive access to legal information across EU and improve the efficacy of decision-making in legislative procedures operated by public bodies. Furthermore, the activity will cater for making available the total of semantically annotated input data, intermediate data sets, and output results through the European Data Portal.
For further information, please contact Ass.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Lampoltshammer via mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The team of the Department for E-Governance and Administration is looking forward to meeting you!