The Institute of Health Economics (IHE) at Leibniz University Hannover invites applications for the position of a
Senior Research Associate (m/f/d) in Health Economics and Development (Akademische/r Rätin/Rat im Beamtenverhältnis auf Zeit, Salary Scale A13 NBesO, 100 %)
starting 1 September 2020. The position with temporary civil servant status is initially limited to three years.
Responsibilities and duties
The successful candidate conducts research and engages in teaching related to health economics and development. The work will further include the implementation of empirical studies, in particular large-scale randomized field experiments in the context of investment projects of international organizations such as the World Bank.
Candidates must have completed a Ph.D. in Economics or a related discipline. Skills in theoretical and empirical economic methods and proficiency in English are required. A strong „Job Market Paper“ is expected that documents the capability to publish research in highly rated academic journals. Excellent candidates have a research focus in health economics and/or development economics. Experience in the acquisition and execution of third-party funded projects would be appreciated. Outstanding social, personal, and communication skills are expected.
Part-time employment is possible.
As an equal opportunities employer, Leibniz University Hannover intends to promote women and men. For this reason, suitably qualified women are specifically invited to apply. Preference will be given to equally qualified applicants with disabilities.
For questions regarding the position, please contact Dr. Arndt Reichert (Professor of Health Economics and Development at the IHE starting 1 of September, email: email@example.com).
Detailed application materials (CV, job market paper, publication list, copies of university certificates, a short description of the past and future research plans, and a reference letter) should be submitted by 15 July 2020, citing Reference No. A062020, as a single PDF file to
or alternatively via postal mail to:
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover
Institute of Health Economics
Attn. Ms. Virginia Rimpler