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Research Assistant / Working Student (m/w/x) Quantitative Research - Job Berlin - Jobs

Research Assistant / Working Student (m/w/x) Quantitative Research

Research Assistant / Working Student Quantitative Research

ESMT Berlin is the highest-ranked business school in Germany and Top 10 in Europe. Founded by 25 leading global companies, ESMT offers master and PhD programs, as well as executive education on its campus in Berlin, in locations around the world, and in an online blended format. We strongly believe in cross-team collaboration to achieve our mission to develop entrepreneurial leaders who think globally and act responsibly.

Prof. Martin Schweinsberg is seeking a highly-motivated research assistant. The research assistant is ideally a (research) master’s student who considers applying for a PhD and wants to get valuable research experience. The research assistant could potentially become a co-author on research projects depending on type and extent of contribution made. Professor Schweinsberg’s work is mostly in the areas of negotiations and reproducibility of science. Some of Professor Schweinsberg’s previous research assistants have become Ph.D. students at the University of North Carolina, the University of Indiana, or joined Zalando as data scientists.
 

Research Assistant
(m/f/x, 20 hours per week, as soon as possible)

 

You will

  • work with data sets using programs such as R, Python, Stata, and Excel
  • conduct literature reviews
  • engage in project management for research projects across multiple time zones and countries with researchers from around the world
  • possibly help prepare teaching materials and some administrative work

You are qualified for this position, because you

  • have a bachelor’s degree in economics, math, engineering, psychology, or some other discipline with a strong quantitative background
  • strong analytical skills and an ability to work with some of the following: R, Python, Stata, and/or Excel
  • are fluent in English; German is not required

This is what we can offer you

ESMT offers a very collegial and international environment with employees from more than 35 different countries. We encourage initiative and contributions with meaningful and lasting impact. We celebrate and support diversity for the benefit of our employees, our programs, and our community. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace that guarantees employment opportunity regardless of race, ancestry, gender identity, religion, disability, age, or sexual orientation.

You will be working closely with Prof. Martin Schweinsberg and will gain research experience in a very international working environment in the heart of Berlin. As a part of our team, you have the opportunity to work with established and up-and-coming researchers.

We are looking forward to receiving your application

Please submit your application by using our online application form, including:

  • Motivation letter
  • CV with relevant certificates and references
  • Salary expectations and possible start date

Contact:
ESMT Berlin
Katharina Kuhn
Human Resources Manager
Schlossplatz 1
10178 Berlin
Tel: 030 21231 0