Full-Time Research Assistant
Welcome to Osnabrück University, the largest university of applied sciences in Niedersachsen. We offer around 100 study programmes with practical relevance at three different locations, which reflects our impressive teaching and research strengths and provides great room for individual development. Our students benefit from our teachers‘ scientific and professional expertise, our international network and our modern university management. To support our team, we are looking for persons acting innovatively and striving to remain curious throughout their lives.
The Department of Economic and Social Sciences is looking for a
Research Assistant (m/f)
as a member of the research project „Das Lernende Gesundheitssystem in der Region Osnabrück-Emsland (ROSE)“ in the field „research infrastructure and support for research methods“.
The focus of the project is patient-centered research and the development of an infrastructure for research and cooperation within the Region Osnabrück-Emsland. We offer an interdisciplinary background within the ROSE project and external partners. Another aim is a joint graduate school together with the University Osnabrück to enable a continuous development of our staff including promotions.
We are looking for a person as research assistant to develop a scientific data warehouse including the specific interfaces to existing databases of cooperating partners, and integration of a statistic software, e.g. R.
The successful candidate will have completed relevant scientific studies at a higher education institute in medical informatics or a related field, practical experience in working with databases, profound knowledge of software developments including requirements engineering and implementation. Knowledge in HL7 and quantitative data analysis, e.g. statistics and biometrics is a plus.
Employment is limited until 30.11.2020. Payment is according to German payment scale 13 TV-L.
We are looking forward to welcoming to our team a motivated person willing to support us in the continuous development of our university. Interesting tasks, active students and committed colleagues are awaiting you.
It might also be of interest to you that:
Osnabrück University supports women within the scope of legal regulations and advocates gender equality and personal diversity. Our university supports balance between work and family, for example by offering very flexible working time models. Working part-time is also possible unless there are conflicting administrative or operational reasons. Severely disabled applicants with equal aptitudes will be given preference.