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Job offers

On this page you can find information on how to join the team of Professor Brauer. We are constantly looking for qualified people to join our team as doctoral students or student research assistants.

Moreover we list job offers for positions as:

  • Post-doc/PhD/DBA positions
  • Student positions
  • Positions at our corporate partners

FAQs Prospective Doctoral Students

The chair of Professor Brauer is internationally recognized and well connected to partners in academia and industry. As part of our young and ambitious team you can expect a structured and goal-oriented doctoral program. This FAQs provide you with information about joining our chair as a doctoral student.

  • Why join our chair and what can you expect working with us?

    • Right from the start, you can fully dedicate yourself to working on your dissertation/PhD, aiming for publications in leading international journals.
    • Just like US PhD programs, we offer the opportunity of a structured doctoral program (CDSB).
    • Depending on the stage of your PhD project, you can participate in cooperation projects with our business partners and work on practice-oriented publications with synergies to your doctoral studies.
    • You can support our chair’s course offerings as well as supervise bachelor’s and master’s theses.
    • While engaging in above tasks, you are a member of our ambitious and internationally well-connected team working in a cooperative atmosphere.
  • When and how can you apply?

    • We are continuously looking for excellent doctoral and post-doc candidates.
    • Please send your application material (including letter of motivation) to Eva Bomrich.
  • What kind of candidates are we looking for?

    • Above-average master’s degree in business administration, economics, or related disciplines (e.g., psychology, industrial engineering and management, mathematical economics, business informatics).
    • Advanced knowledge in qualitative and quantitative research methods including use of standard software packages (e.g., Stata, SPSS).
    • Excellent English language skills for development of scientific publications and practice-oriented studies.
    • Ability to work analytically and autonomously, willingness to outperform, and strong social skills.

FAQ Student Research Assistant

As a student research assistant you gain exclusive insights into current research projects at our chair. As member of a young and ambitious team you can expect a dynamic work environment with diverse responsibilities. This FAQs provide you with information about joining our chair as a student research assistant.

  • Why should I apply?

    We are looking for candidates that have a genuine interest in supporting us in our scientific work as well as our projects with business partners. Applicants should have advanced data management skills (i.e., Excel, Powerpoint), and should ideally be able to work with statistical programs (i.e., Stata, SPSS etc.). We expect candidates to be absolutely reliable and thorough in their work.

  • What will be my responsibilities at the chair?

    You will work closely with our team on ongoing scientific research projects as well as projects with our business partners. For this purpose, you will review the relevant literature, engage in data collection and analysis as well as develop short reports and presentations.

    In regards to teaching, you may help develop new teaching content and assist the team in developing new teaching material.

  • What is the workload and work schedule?

    Usually, students work between 20 and 40 hours per month at our chair. Work times are usually highly flexible. For scheduling and allocating work packages, you will closely collaborate with the responsible PhD student at the chair.

  • What are the next steps?

    Current job openings are advertised in the chair’s news section as well as in the section on job offers.

    Please send your application (including letter of motivation, CV, grade sheets) via email to Eva Bomrich.