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[geotamtam] [aimsl] Call - PhD Position for 3 Years on Migration, Family Factors, Personality & Mental Health (DIW Berlin) [message n° 2231] Thu, 14 March 2019 14:41
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Thanks to Hannes Kröger

Deadline: 22 March 2019


The SOEP at the DIW Berlin is looking to fill another position: A PhD
position for three years in a research project focusing on migration,
family factors, personality characteristics and mental health.

https://www.diw.de/sixcms/detail.php?id=diw_01.c.614600.de [1]

If you are interested and want to know more about the project, please
contact Hannes Kröger (hkroeger@diw.de).

Attached is the English version of the job advert.

Thanks and best regards

Hannes Kröger

Links:
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[1] https://www.diw.de/sixcms/detail.php?id=diw_01.c.613127.de

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The Socio-economic Panel (SOEP) at the DIW Berlin is looking to fill a
position, starting 1.5.2019 as

PhD candidate (f/m/div)
(65 percent of full-time position)

Tasks

• Research assistant in the DFG funded project „Dynamics of Mental
Health of Migrants
(DMHM) – Analyzing dynamics of resilience and vulnerabilities using a
synthesis of sociostructural and psychological approaches “, which is
conducted jointly at the Socio-economic
Panel at the DIW Berlin (Hannes Kröger) and the Medical University
Center Mainz (Ana
Tibubos)
• Preparation of longitudinal surveys (SOEP, UKHLS, HILDA; PSID) with a
focus on variables
reflecting mental health, socio-economic position, family constellations
and personality
characteristics
• Cooperation with other research projects at the DIW focusing on
(mental) health
• Presentation of study results at national and international
conferences
• Writing articles (in English) targeted at international refereed
journals in the fields of
Sociology, Public Health, Psychology or other related disciplines

Required profile

• A master’s degree of equivalent in the fields of Sociology,
Psychology, Economics, Public
Health, Statistics or a related discipline
• Advanced experience in data management (with a focus on panel data) as
well as strong
expertise in statistics and the use of relevant statistical software
(Stata, R, Mplus)
• Interest and willingness to work interdisciplinary (Sociology, Public
Health, Psychology)
• Ability to work independently and in a team
• Ability to structure and coordinate small sub-projects
• Substantive knowledge about one or more of the following subject areas
is desirable:
migration, health inequalities, personality or differential psychology,
country comparisons
• A strong interest to learn and develop skills in the area of
statistical analyses
• Experience in the use of git and/or LaTeX is an advantage

We offer

• The possibility to work in an innovative scientific research project
as well as close supervision
and integrated teamwork
• The possibility to define own foci within the research project
• The ambition to publish research results in international scientific
journals

The candidate is expected to pursue a PhD-degree at a structured
PhD-program, preferably in Berlin.

Remuneration is based on EG 13 TVöD. The position is limited for three
years.

We value diversity and welcome all applications, regardless of gender,
disability, nationality or ethic
or social background.

Please apply online until 22.03.2019 using the reference SOEP-4-19.
https://www.diw.de/sixcms/detail.php?id=diw_01.c.406832.de&r efno=SOEP-4-19

If you have any questions about the content of the project, please
contact Hannes Kröger
(hkroeger@diw.de).

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