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Doctoral Researcher / PhD Candidate (part-time positions 65 %; Salary
group/Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L Freie Universität Berlin; 36 months)

The Freie Universität Berlin has established a new research project on

The Hidden Influence of Treaty Secretariats on International Environmental

funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). The project consists of one
doctoral and one postdoctoral researcher and two student assistants. The project
is supervised by two researchers at the Department of Political Science and at
the Department of Educational Science and Psychology.

The University offers successful applicants a highly dynamic research
environment, a structured PhD process with excellent supervision and guidance.

The successful candidate is expected to take part in the realization of the
research project, especially as related to conducting Social Network Analyses,
Surveys, Qualitative Comparative Analysis, publications, presentations on
conferences, and data collection.


Very good degree in political science, educational science, social science, or
another related discipline (Master, Magister, Diplom).


Knowledge in international environmental policy, international organizations
and/or social networks; experiences in statistics, empirical social research,
social network analyses, analyses of social media data, and/or conducting
surveys and interviews; willingness to efficiently become
new methods, very good command of English and German, very good presentation and
communication skills, capacity
, self-employment

Applications, including CV, copy of degrees incl. transcript of grades, and a
description of your research interests to be submitted in one electronic file by
July 10, 2014 to Helge Jörgens and Nina Kolleck: [log in to unmask]
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