The Institute for Structural Research is looking for a qualified and motivated post-doctoral researcher who specialises in labour economics. The selected candidate is expected to take an important role in the Horizon 2020 / Horizon Europe research projects, which are focused on labour and societal effects of technological change, globalization, and demographic change, and their implications for welfare states.
- a candidate holding or finishing a PhD degree in economics,
- solid background in econometrics,
- graduate-level knowledge of labour economics,
- proficiency in statistical or numerical software such as STATA, R, or PYTHON,
- proficiency (C1) in English (knowledge of Polish is not necessary).
The ideal candidate:
- has experience in micro-econometrics,
- is able to conduct research independently,
- has experience in applying for scientific funding (such as National Science Centre or Horizon2020/ Horizon Europe grants).
- a dynamic and interdisciplinary research environment (projects funded by Horizon 2020, Horizon Europe, Polish National Science Centre),
- an opportunity to present research findings at international conferences and to network with researchers from leading European academic institutions,
- a competitive salary based on qualifications and experience,
- flexible work arrangements: work in our office in Warsaw combined with remote work,
- a benefits scheme: a healthcare package, Multisport Card.
Applicants are invited to submit their application (CV, a cover letter, a consent to the processing of the personal data ) by email: firstname.lastname@example.org until August 31, 2022.
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