Assis­tant Professor, non-­tenure track

ArbeitsortWien, Wien, Österreich


Assis­tant Professor, non-­tenure track

Institute for Macroeconomics

The Insti­tute for Macro­eco­no­mics is currently inviting appli­ca­tions for a full­time or 20 hours/week Assis­tant Professor, non-­tenure track posi­tion (Univer­si­tät­sas­sis­tent/in post-doc, employee subject to the terms of the Collec­tive Bargai­ning Agree­ment for Univer­sity Staff - Ange­stellte/r gemäß Kollek­tiv­ver­trag für die Arbeit­nehmer/innen der Univer­si­täten; gross monthly salary, paid 14 times per year: Euro 3,711.10 (full­time) or Euro 1,855.55 (for 20 hours/week)). This employee posi­tion will be limited to a period of five years, star­ting on October 15, 2018 (commen­ce­ment date subject to change).

Please note that under the terms of the WU personnel deve­lop­ment plan, the posi­tion of Assis­tant Professor, non-­tenure track, is limited to an employ­ment period of not more than six years. Appli­cants who are already employed at WU as substi­tute employees can there­fore only be employed for the time remai­ning to complete the six-year period. Persons who have already been employed at WU in an Assis­tant Professor, non-­tenure track posi­tion cannot be re-em­ployed in this posi­tion at WU (except as a substi­tute employee) due to legal restric­tions.


  • Focus on areas that are close to the rese­arch inte­rests of the Rese­arch Insti­tute Economic Inequa­lity ?" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">

  • Support current projects in a young, and dynamic team of rese­ar­chers around ao.Prof. Wilfried Altzinger

  • Conduct inde­pen­dent rese­arch

  • Assist in teaching programmes offered by the depart­ment, in parti­cular classes on Econo­mics of Distri­bu­tion

  • Colla­bo­rate in orga­niza­tion and admi­nis­tra­tion inclu­ding super­vi­sion of BA and MA theses

Your Profile:

  • A doctoral degree or equi­va­lent quali­fi­ca­tion in econo­mics or related disci­plines, completed with excel­lent success

  • Strong inte­rest in academic rese­arch in the field of Economic Inequa­lity, with parti­cular focus on the measu­re­ment and distri­bu­tion of economic pheno­mena like income, wealth, cost-of-­li­ving and economic progress, the inter­re­la­tions between economic and social inequa­li­ties as well as their feed­back effects on our socie­ties, the inter­ac­tion between markets and the public sector with respect to inequa­li­ties of resources and oppor­tu­nities

  • Outstan­ding skills in applied econo­metrics and quan­ti­ta­tive econo­mics

  • Excel­lent rese­arch output as measured by scien­tific publi­ca­tions and current projects

  • Fluent in English in both writing and speech and excel­lent commu­ni­ca­tion skills

  • Self-­mo­ti­vated, highly active and produc­tive rese­ar­cher

  • Ability to work in teams

  • Inter­na­tional orien­ta­tion (living/working abroad, atten­ding inter­na­tional confe­rences, etc.) is an advan­tage

  • Expe­ri­ence in writing grant propo­sals is an advan­tage

  • German language skills are an advan­tage

Refe­rence Number: 3735

Appli­ca­tion mate­rials can be submitted online until October 3, 2018.
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