The Institute of Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology, University Medicine Göttingen as from now seeks a
Statistician / Psychologist
- Specialization: Habilitation / PhD / Dr. / MSc
- Limitation: initially limited to 2 years
- Working period: full time
- Tariff: salary according to TV-L
- Announcement published on 23.08.2019
- Vacancy from 01.10.2019
- Application deadline: 15.09.2019
We seek an experienced Statistician / Psychologist for our Center-TBI and Qolibri-Kids outcome research (esp. health-related quality of life, psychological, psychosocial and neuropsychological) in adults and children after traumatic brain injury. The successful candidate should have excellent statistical knowledge (psychometric - classical and modern methods -, biometrics), as well as experience in handling large data volumes. Command of SPSS and R is indispensable, and M+ etc. desirable. Solid history of publishing and conduct of complex studies are important. Experience in acquisition of funding is beneficiary. The successful candidate will reinforce our analyses and writing team concerning results of the EU-Center-TBI study on outcome after traumatic brain injury.
Proficient use of the English language is mandatory for cooperation in national and international research consortia. Native or excellent in the German language is indispensable, as the position includes teaching at the University Medicine Göttingen.
We initially offer a two year contract, an extension is possible. Please refer to “position 201901” in your application.
Women are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants with disabilities and equal qualifications will be given preferential treatment.
We look forward to receiving your application by 15.09.2019:
University Medical Center Göttingen
Institute for Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology
Prof. Dr. Nicole v. Steinbüchel
Contact person: Prof. Dr. N. v. Steinbüchel; Hanne Schoor (Sekretariat)
Die Ausschreibung ist auch im Internet unter https://www.umg.eu/karriere/stellenangebote/stellenanzeigen-detail/?jobId=2829 abrufbar.