You will conduct research with the goal of writing a doctoral dissertation within the domain of inclusive and sustainable work. The research topic is defined in collaboration with the PhD supervisor and focuses on women working in the STEM-field, with a focus on intersectional dynamics and an awareness for issues related to wellbeing and inclusion.
You will conduct research using qualitative research methods, write scientific research articles (in English) and actively partake in (inter)national conferences.
You will be part of a dynamic, interdisciplinary research team with a wide international network. As our new colleague, you will help the team achieve its goals and growth ambitions, and contribute to extending regional and international networks.
You will be involved in some limited teaching tasks of the capacity group BCL, for example by supervising master thesis students or supporting courses.
You develop your professional and academic competences, for example by participating in the Doctoral School of Behavioral Sciences & Humanities.
You will be appointed and paid as PhD student.
We offer you a full-time appointment in a fixed-term contract (2×2 years, after positive mid-term evaluation). You can start in September 2023.
The selection procedure consists of a preselection based on application file, an interview and a test lesson / presentation.
The interviews with presentation are currently scheduled for 1 & 2 August
Apply up to 12.07.2023