Doctoral Researcher (f/m/diverse)

The German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) is one of the leading research institutes on development policy. Through excellent research, policy advice and training, the Institute contributes to finding solutions to global challenges.

 

DIE Research Programme "Transformation of Economic and Social Systems" invites applications for the position of a

 

Doctoral Researcher (f/m/diverse) - Position No. 2021-B-03
Part time 50% (19,5 hours/week)
Salary ca. € 25.900 p.a. (German public sector tariff, TVöD Bund 13)

 

starting as soon as possible and limited until 28th February 2024. This advertisement is subject to final approval of funds.

 

The doctoral researcher will carry out research and policy advice in the interdisciplinary research group "Analysing the conditions and potential co-benefits of producing green hydrogen in selected partner countries of Germany", which is DIE’s contribution to the multi-institutional project “Global H2 potential atlas - sustainable locations in the world for the green hydrogen economy of tomorrow”, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The project assesses how and in which (developing) countries large-scale hydrogen generation and usage is possible based on renewable energies and without jeopardising energy and water supply of the local population. Analysing potential social and economic co-benefits of producing and using green hydrogen locally is also part of the research. The doctoral researcher will pursue a PhD thesis under the conceptual umbrella of the project and contribute to the deliverables of the project. She/he will be part of the regular institutional life at DIE.

 

Qualifications and requirements:

  • Master’ degree with excellent grades in one of the following areas: social sciences, including economics, political science, sociology or related fields. Graduates from engineering disciplines with ability and willingness to analyze complex social and political processes are also invited to apply;
  • proven knowledge in and experience with research methodologies in social sciences;
  • research or work experience in developing countries is an asset;
  • willingness to work in an interdisciplinary team,
  • fluent written and spoken English, good command of German and any of the UN languages is an asset;
  • willingness and aptness to travel abroad, including countries with a tropical climate („Tropentauglichkeit“).

 

We offer:

  • Participation in a highly interdisciplinary team with experienced researchers;  
  • Flexible working hours with a weekly working time of 19.5 hours
  • Possibility to use a job ticket and a good connection to public transport;
  • Trainings for further professional development;
  • Company pension scheme with the VBLU;
  • A modern and interesting workplace with a good working atmosphere.

 

The German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) offers an inspiring, family-friendly working environment at the interface of research and policy advice, with ample opportunities to engage in international discussions, political processes and scientific debates.

 

In the case of equal qualification, physically challenged persons will be given preference. We want to promote the diversity of our employees and encourage applications by women, men and diverse people.

 

For further questions, please contact Dr. Andreas Stamm, phone No. 0228-94927-174

 

Applications with the position number 2021-B-03 with detailed documents (cover letter, curriculum vitae, relevant certificates) must be submitted exclusively via application portal by 7th March 2021. The expected date for interviews is 17 March 2021.

 


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