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Her­tie School of Gover­nance

The Her­tie School of Gov­ernance is an inter­na­tional teach­ing and research cen­ter of excel­lence that pre­pares stu­dents for lead­er­ship pos­i­tions in gov­ern­ment, busi­ness, and civil soci­ety. An inter­na­tion­ally recruited fac­ulty, inter­dis­cip­lin­ary in out­look, research, and teach­ing, offers ana­lyt­ic­ally chal­len­ging and prac­tice-ori­ented courses on gov­ernance, policy ana­lysis, man­age­ment, and lead­er­ship. As a pro­fes­sional school, Her­tie School fac­ulty has a strong com­mit­ment to high-qual­ity teach­ing. Our goal is to help stu­dents grow intel­lec­tu­ally in a pro­fes­sional, research-intens­ive envir­on­ment, char­ac­ter­ized by pub­lic debate and engage­ment.

Stu­dent Assist­ant (m/f/div) - Cur­ricular Affairs

(10-15 hours/week)

in the area of course and pro­gramme man­age­ment of the Exec­ut­ive Mas­ter of Pub­lic Admin­is­tra­tion (Exec­ut­ive MPA) within the Cur­ricular Affairs team, on 2 or 3 work­ing days; start­ing date as soon as pos­sible.

Work­ing field:

  • Sup­port the course organ­isa­tion and admin­is­tra­tion, as well as instruct­ors and stu­dents of the Exec­ut­ive MPA pro­gramme
  • Sup­port pro­gramme man­age­ment (i.e. cre­at­ing inform­a­tion mater­i­als, course enroll­ment, small research tasks, work with data­sets and e-learn­ing soft­ware)
  • Gen­eral sup­port of the Cur­ricular Affairs team

Require­ments:

  • Enrolled stu­dent at a Uni­versity for dur­a­tion of the con­tract
  • Strong Eng­lish skills (verbal and writ­ing), good Ger­man skills
  • Friendly and clear com­mu­nic­a­tion
  • Well organ­ised and struc­tured way of work­ing
  • High reli­ab­il­ity and pre­ci­sion as well as good hand­ling of con­fid­en­tial mater­ial
  • Atten­tion to detail, accur­ate and inde­pend­ent work
  • Strong MS-Office-skills, esp. Excel
  • Some exper­i­ence work­ing with data­sets or cam­pus man­age­ment sys­tems is pre­ferred

What we of­fer:

A stim­u­lat­ing inter­na­tional and diverse envir­on­ment in mul­tiple areas of social sci­ence, high-qual­ity teach­ing and pub­lic policy. The Her­tie School is a vibrant aca­demic com­munity that emphas­izes excel­lence in research and teach­ing as well as an inter­dis­cip­lin­ary per­spect­ive. Our school has been cer­ti­fied as a fam­ily friendly work envir­on­ment in higher edu­ca­tion and an equal oppor­tun­ity employer (www.hertie-school.org for fur­ther inform­a­tion). The hourly wage depends on your qual­i­fic­a­tions. We offer an hourly rate of EUR 11,00 for under­gradu­ates and EUR 12,00 for stu­dents hold­ing a bach­elor’s degree or an equi­val­ent degree.

How to ap­ply:

Please sub­mit your com­plete applic­a­tion (cover let­ter, cer­ti­fic­ate of enroll­ment, CV and tran­scripts) by 19 August 2018. Early applic­a­tions are encour­aged. Applic­a­tions will be eval­u­ated on a rolling basis. For ques­tions on the areas of respons­ib­il­ity of the pos­i­tion, please con­tact Dr. Julie Braun, Dir­ector Cur­ricular Affairs, at braun@hertie-school.org.