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Research Administrator / Department of Political Science, University of Vienna

At the Faculty of Social Sciences (Department of Political Science) of the University of Vienna the position of a Research Administrator within the ERC Project MARIPOLDATA is vacant.

Overview:

The successful candidate will work in an interdisciplinary research team under the supervision of Dr Alice Vadrot. The role of the research assistant arises from the award of a 1.4 Mio Euro Starting Grant from the European Research Council to Dr Vadrot, Principal Investigator of the project hosted by the Department of Political Science of the University of Vienna. The grant is for a major research project on “The Politics of Marine Biodiversity Data: Global and National Policies and Practices of Monitoring the Oceans (MARIPOLDATA)” running from November 2018 to October 2023. The project will bring together an interdisciplinary team composed of the PI, the research assistant, 2 PhD students, 2 Post-Docs and 2 master students. The successful candidate will assist the PI throughout the duration of the project and play a crucial role in project administration, communication and dissemination activities.

Principal duties and responsibilities:

· Manage the project’s calendar and the travels/meetings’ planning/agenda.

· Organise project-related events, such as seminars, workshops and conferences.

· Assist the PI in the planning and monitoring of the project budgets in close collaboration with the Research Service of the University of Vienna to ensure all expenditure and procedures around contracts are processed efficiently through the University’s finance system.

· Maintain records of project information and documentation and assist researchers in the storage and back-up of key data.

· Manage the project website, including regular updates.

· Assist the PI and her team in dissemination activities (e.g. Blogs, newsletter, content for Homepage, contacts to media).

· Maintain internal and external communication (e.g. with administrative staff of the Department, the Faculty and the Research Service of the University of Vienna). · Maintain social media activity related to the project.

· Eventually undertake research tasks, including collecting literature/news on the main topics of the study or interviews’ transcription, depending on the project’s needs and his/her working schedule.

Duration of Employment:

5 years (duration of the project) 30.00 hours/week Salary (gross): 1730, 03 EUR (Salary scheme of the University of Vienna: III b, 30.00 hours/week)

Basic Requirements:

· 2+ years of research administration experience.

· Demonstrated organizational and administrative skills.

· Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in collegial, supportive manner with department, faculty and staff.

· Excellent prioritization skills, strong analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills.

· Excellent communication skills in German and English, both written and oral.

· Demonstrated ability to manage multiple assignments with tight, concurrent deadlines and with frequent interruptions.

· Proficient with MS Office applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and internet.

· Experience with electronic grants management systems.

· Experience in the area of public relations and communication.

· Experience in the use of social media.

· Experience in financial management/budget planning.

Preferred Qualifications:

· Experience in administration of EU funded projects.

· Designation of Certified Research Administrator.

· Designation of Certified Project management Skills (e.g. PMA D Level, EBCL).

· Interest in Political Science, Science-Policy interfaces, Marine Politics, Data Politics.

Application:

Applications including a letter of motivation and curriculum vitae (in English or German) should be sent electronically to maripoldata.erc(at)univie.ac.at by 23rd of November 2018. The University of Vienna intends to increase the number of women on its faculty, particularly in high-level positions, and therefore specifically invites applications by women. Among equally qualified applicants women will receive preferential consideration.

For more Details: PDF

Application deadline: 23rd of November 2018

PostDoc Position in the Research Group “Media, Politics & Democracy”

The Institute for Comparative Media and Communications Studies (CMC) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt invites applications for a postdoctoral researcher position to join the research group “Media, Politics & Democracy”.

The group is concerned with the relationship between media, politics and the public in long-term and international perspective.

A doctorate in communication science or a closely related field is required. The position entails self-initiated research, international presentations and publications in international scientific journals, and acquiring research funding.

Preference will be given to candidates with experience in project management, strong background in quantitative methods and multivariate analysis, profound knowledge of the Austrian media system, and fluency in German and English, written as well as spoken.

Personal qualifications, such as willingness to cooperate and to work team oriented are desired.

For more information see: https://www.oeaw.ac.at/cmc/research/media-politics-democracy/

For informal enquiries and more information please email Dr. Josef Seethaler: josef.seethaler[at]oeaw.ac.at

Applications should be sent by November 25th, 2018, by email to cmc[at]oeaw.ac.at

For more details, please see the Call for Applications - PDF

Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in am Zentrum für Ethik und Armutsforschung, Universität Salzburg

Am Zentrum für Ethik und Armutsforschung, im Forschungsprojekt Catholic Social Tradition and Financial Decision Making, gelangt die Stelle eines/r wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiters/in im Projektbereich gemäß UG und Angestelltengesetz mit einem/r Universitätsassistenten/in gem. § 26 Kollektivvertrag der Universitäten (Postdoc) zur Besetzung. (Verwendungsgruppe B1; das monatliche Entgelt für diese Verwendung beträgt € 3.711,10 brutto (14× jährlich)).

• Vorgesehener Dienstantritt: 1. Februar 2019

• Beschäftigungsdauer: befristet bis 31.01.2021

• Beschäftigungsausmaß in Wochenstunden: 40

• Arbeitszeit: nach Vereinbarung

• Aufgabenbereiche: Gesucht wird eine wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin / ein wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter für das Forschungsprojekt "Catholic Social Tradition and Financial Decision Making", welches unter der Leitung von Prof. Clemens Sedmak am Zentrum für Ethik und Armutsforschung durchgeführt wird. Das Projekt untersucht die Umsetzung von Leitideen der Katholischen Soziallehre im Rahmen der Budgetierung und Finanzplanung katholischer Einrichtungen und Institutionen.

Erforderlich sind Kenntnisse und Erfahrungen in der Konzeptionierung und Durchführung empirischer Sozialforschung (qualitativ und quantitativ). Kenntnisse im Bereich der Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Ethik und katholischen Soziallehre sind von Vorteil

• Anstellungsvoraussetzungen: abgeschlossenes Doktoratsstudium einer einschlägigen Sozialwissenschaft, Rechtswissenschaft, Theologie oder Philosophie

• Erwünschte Zusatzqualifikation: sehr gute Englischkenntnisse

• Gewünschte persönliche Eigenschaften: Flexibilität und Bereitschaft, in einem interdisziplinären Team mitzuarbeiten

Bewerbungen mit den üblichen Unterlagen (Lebenslauf, Publikationsliste, Zeugnisse und Referenzschreiben) sind an Dr. Gottfried Schweiger unter gottfried.schweiger[at]sbg.ac.at zu schicken.

Online erschienen im Mitteilungsblatt der Universität Salzburg: LINK

Bewerbungsfrist: 1. Dezember 2018

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