Job offers at the Chair of Research and Science Management
We are always looking for student and research assistants (m/f)
Support our current research projects on:
- Leadership, HR excellence, innovation and organizational learning or the development and implementation of personnel development measures for TUM employees (more information here)
- Success factors for the recruitment and promotion of women in leadership positions in STEM academia (more information here)
- Assistance in personnel development and talent management for the presidential department Talent Management & Diversity (more information here)
- Assistance with scientific studies that examine reactions and behaviours of humans during interactions with humanoid robots (more information here)
- Effective leadership and leadership development from a neuroscientific and cognitive perspective (more information here)
We are looking for student or research assistants (8-10h/week) at any time. You can get started now!
We are always looking for motivated students with excellent academic performance, a strong interest in the topics of leadership, teamwork, change management, innovation and performance in research facilities and first experiences in empirical work. Dr. Sylvia Hubner (email@example.com) welcomes your application documents (cover letter, resume and current grades).
You would like to experience research at first hand? You would like to plan experiments, interview leaders or transform new research findings into practical advice? You want to work in a young, interdisciplinary team? – You may be looking for us! Please contact Dr. Sylvia Hubner if your are interested in a
Research Internship at our chair
Following topics could possibly be a main focus: ethical-oriented leadership, gender and diversity, knowledge management, reflection, teams, morality, power, ...
If you are interested, please send an email to Dr. Sylvia Hubner including your CV, current grade certificate/status, and a short letter of motivation (Which of the topics are you interested in? Why? What experiences do you have with the topic(s) and with research (methods) in general?).