Jobs

Please note: Deadline extended to 31 October 2022!

We have currently the following positions available:

University Assistant (project staff, 25 h/week)

Employment at the Department for Subject-Specific education for the period of 24 months starting at 1 January 2023.

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborative and independent research in the project “Kaleidoscopic Patterns of Protest: Qualifying and Quantifying Visual and Textual (Self-)Representations in Eastern European Protest Cultures”, funded by the Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Participation in and organization of scientific events and congresses
  • Publications in the context of the project

Required qualifications:

  • A completed Master's degree or diploma related to Eastern Europe (e.g., Slavic Studies, Translation Studies, Eastern European Studies, Eastern European History etc.)
  • English and/or German language skills at the CEFR level C1 or higher
  • Knowledge of at least one East Slavic language (Belarusian, Russian and/or Ukrainian) at the CEFR level C1 or higher
  • Desirable: Experience in the field of multimodal (discourse) analysis and in dealing with audiovisual media, or willingness to acquire the corresponding knowledge.
  • Desirable: experience with MAXQDA (or comparable programs), or willingness to acquire the corresponding knowledge
  • Desirable: publication experience
  • Organizational skills, flexibility; ability to work independently and in a team

Job profile:

The description associated with this job duties and requirements can be found at:

www.uibk.ac.at/universitaet/profile-wiss-personal/drittmittelangestellte

Salary:

The minimum gross salary (stipulated by collective agreement) for this position amounts to € 1911,60 per month (14 times). The salary might be higher if you have worked in a similar position before. Furthermore, the university has numerous attractive offers (http://www.uibk.ac.at/universitaet/zusatzleistungen/).

Application:

If you are interested, please send your documents to magdalena.kaltseis@uibk.ac.at and gernot.howanitz@uibk.ac.at.

We are looking forward to receiving your application by 31. 10. 2022.

The University of Innsbruck is committed to raising the quota of female employees and therefore particularly welcomes applications from qualified women. This applies particularly to managerial as well scientific positions. In the case of female under-representation, women with equal qualifications will be given priority.

In accordance with Austrian disability laws, qualified people with special requirements are expressly encouraged to apply for jobs.

Applicants may not claim travel or hotel expenses accrued during the application and interview process.

 


University Assistant (project staff, 25 h/week)

Employment at the Department for Slavonic Studies for the period of 24 months starting at 1 January 2023.

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborative and independent research in the project “Kaleidoscopic Patterns of Protest: Qualifying and Quantifying Visual and Textual (Self-)Representations in Eastern European Protest Cultures”, funded by the Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Participation in and organization of scientific events and congresses
  • Publications in the context of the project

Required qualifications:

  • A completed Master's degree or diploma related to Eastern Europe (e.g., Slavic Studies, Translation Studies, Eastern European Studies, Eastern European History etc.) or
    a completed Master's degree or diploma related to Digital Humanities (e.g. Digital Humanities, Information Sciences, Computer Science, Information Management etc.)
  • English and/or German language skills at the CEFR level C1 or higher
  • Knowledge of at least one East Slavic language (Belarusian, Russian and/or Ukrainian) at the CEFR level B2 or higher
  • Desirable: experience in Linux server administration, or willingness to acquire the corresponding knowledge
  • Desirable: experience working with Python, Jupyter notebooks, and deep learning frameworks, or willingness to acquire the relevant skills
  • Desirable: publication experience
  • Organizational skills, flexibility; ability to work independently and in a team

Job profile:

The description associated with this job duties and requirements can be found at:

www.uibk.ac.at/universitaet/profile-wiss-personal/drittmittelangestellte

Salary:

The minimum gross salary (stipulated by collective agreement) for this position amounts to € 1911,60 per month (14 times). The salary might be higher if you have worked in a similar position before. Furthermore, the university has numerous attractive offers (http://www.uibk.ac.at/universitaet/zusatzleistungen/).

Application:

If you are interested, please send your documents to magdalena.kaltseis@uibk.ac.at and gernot.howanitz@uibk.ac.at.

We are looking forward to receiving your application by 31 October 2022.

The University of Innsbruck is committed to raising the quota of female employees and therefore particularly welcomes applications from qualified women. This applies particularly to managerial as well scientific positions. In the case of female under-representation, women with equal qualifications will be given priority.

In accordance with Austrian disability laws, qualified people with special requirements are expressly encouraged to apply for jobs.

Applicants may not claim travel or hotel expenses accrued during the application and interview process.

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