Application

  • Design and realization of a research project in the thematic area of the DFG Research Training Group
  • Obligatory participation in the curriculum of the DFG Research Training Group (theory and method seminars, research colloquia, workshops, training courses, etc.)
  • Regular presentation of intermediate findings within the Research Training Group (colloquia, workshops) as well as at relevant scientific conferences

Scientific Assistant

  • 75% = 29,87 hours
  • Pay grade 13 TV-L
  • limited bis 30.09.2027
  • Closing date for applications: 12.06.2024

Desciption:

The DFG Research Training Group focuses on the consequences of social services work for its service users. Consequences are deliberately defined broadly, as different consequences that can arise from social services work. Social services work is understood as institutionalized measures implemented by the welfare state for the pedagogical or psychosocial support of people’s participation and options for action. The DFG Research Training Group aims to constructively combine and further develop existing approaches to impact- and user-oriented research and to consider for the specific circumstances of social services work. Particular attention is paid to the social contexts in which social services work and the consequences of interdependencies of contexts and social services: Concepts of normality and the need for help, the social situation of the service users and the settings in which help is provided. Further information on the research training group is available at https://folgensozialerhilfen.de/?lang=en

Your profile:

  • A relevant postgraduate degree (Master, Magister, Diploma or Teacher Training/State Examination, Section II) in one of the following disciplines: Social Pedagogy, Educational Science, Psychology, Sociology or Social Science, Media Studies
  • An university degree with outstanding grades in one of the above-mentioned graduate programs
  • Three pages exposé in the above-mentioned disciplines related to the topic of the DFG Research Training Group. For this purpose, an exposé of the doctoral thesis project plus a work plan must be enclosed with the application. You can find information on the exposé on the above-mentioned homepage
  • Affinity to interdisciplinary working methods
  • Willingness to take part in the international program of events of the DFG Research Training Group
  • Good knowledge of German and English, both spoken and written

Your tasks:

  • A relevant postgraduate degree (Master, Magister, Diploma or Teacher Training/ State Examination, Section II) in one of the following disciplines: Social Pedagogy, Educational Science, Psychology, Sociology or Social Science, Media Studies
  • An university degree with outstanding grades in one of the above-mentioned graduate programs
  • Three pages exposé in the above-mentioned disciplines related to the topic of the DFG Research Training Group. For this purpose, an exposé of the doctoral thesis project plus a work plan must be enclosed with the application. You can find information on the exposé on the above-mentioned homepage
  • Affinity to interdisciplinary working methods
  • Willingness to take part in the international program of events of the DFG Research Training Group
  • Good knowledge of German and English, both spoken and written

Our range of services:

  • An university degree with outstanding grades in one of the above-mentioned graduate programs
  • Promotion of your own scientific qualification in accordance with the Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz (Law on Temporary Contracts for Research and Education) (German PhD)
  • Responsibility for a field of activity with great creative potential
  • Excellent research opportunities in basic and applied research (psychological university outpatient clinic, laboratory rooms)
  • An agile environment that promotes your enjoyment of the numerous challenges of innovative educational work
  • A pleasant team and an environment of respectful working atmosphere
  • The opportunity to make a visible contribution to a modern self-image of leadership, cooperation and an exemplary diversity culture
  • Numerous offers such as flexible working hours, company pension scheme, dual career service, coaching/mentoring and a comprehensive personnel development program
  • Diverse opportunities to take on responsibility in the research field
  • A modern understanding of leadership and collaboration
  • Good work-life balance, for example, through flexible working hours and work location, as well as support with child care
  • Extensive personnel development program
  • Health management with a wide range of prevention and counseling services We look forward to receiving your application by .

Please apply exclusively via our job portal (https://jobs.uni-siegen.de). Unfortunately, we cannot consider applications in writing or by e-mail

Your contact person:

Inga Selent
0271 / 740-5265
inga.selent@uni-siegen.de