You enjoy assuming full responsibility for collaborative inter- and transdisciplinary work processes with multiple partners with diverse perspectives from academia and practice, including the organization, facilitation and documentation of workshops.
You have completed a Ph.D. degree relating to water- and / or agricultural systems, preferably with some experience in inter- and transdisciplinary research.
You gained experience in deploying qualitative and quantitative research methods.
You like to proactively assume responsibilities and frame your own work, in close coordination and cooperation, taking account of needs of other team members associated with the same project.
Empathy is a strength of yours.
You enjoy writing and communicating about your work to diverse target audiences in academia and practice, on the internet and in social media.
An excellent command of German and English (written and spoken) is required, Luxembourgish is an asset. The ability to read in French is necessary to understand the Luxembourg legal context.
Familiarity with systems theory, science and technology studies (STS), sociology of knowledge, or related fields that direct attention to the co-production of science, knowledge, technologies and social practices and culture is considered an asset.
You are living in or are prepared to move to Luxembourg for the job.
In a dynamic, diverse and highly motivated research team.
With a personal workspace at the University (the full-time contract requires the Research Associate to work on the University premises).
Candidates should submit the following documents :
Motivation letter in German
Detailed curriculum vitae
List of publications
Copies of diplomas
Please apply online in German by 15 January 2020.
The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.
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