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Research Assistant (Praedoc) (m/f/d) with 50% part-time job, 13 TV-L / Project: Migration and integration of Ukrainian refugees in Berlin and Warsaw | Vacancy
Freie Universität Berlin, Fachbereich Politik- und Sozialwissenschaften - Institut für Soziologie Arbeitsbereich Makrosoziologie
Topics#SolidarityWithUkraine Migration Russia-Ukraine war
Research Assistant (Praedoc) (m/f/d) with 50%part-time job limited to 5 years Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L FU Reference code: WiMi-MAKRO-E
The Institute of Sociology at Freie Universität Berlin conducts research on current sociological questions. An international comparison, especially of European societies and the analysis of transnationalization and Europeanization processes are the core research areas of the Institute. Since 2006, the Institute offers the Master’s program "Sociology – European Societies," which can be studied in German and English. The research and teaching agenda is implemented together with the Central Institutes for East European Studies, Latin American Studies, and the John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies as well as through close cooperation with the Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB) and the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW). Further information can be found on www.polsoz.fu-berlin.de/soziologie. Job description:The advertised position is assigned to the research unit of Macrosociology (Prof. Dr. Céline Teney). It offers the opportunity for independent research and involvement in the research project “Migration and integration of Ukrainian refugees in Berlin and Warsaw”. In this project, narrative interviews will be conducted several times a year with a sample of Ukrainian refugees about their migration and integration experience. The position also involves a teaching obligation of 2 hours per week which must be completed in the Master's program "Sociology - European Societies" and in English. The opportunity for own scientific qualification is granted.Requirements:completed university degree in Sociology or a related disciplineDesirable:• very good knowledge of qualitative empirical methods• interest in and very good knowledge of Sociology of Migration• very good command of the English language (English is the teaching language)• very good command of the Ukrainian language (for involvement in the research project).• genuine interest in university teaching and mentoring of students For further information, please contact Antonia Hausen (firstname.lastname@example.org / 03083857651).