Our naturally beautiful campus in the Jyväskylä city centre is home to a dynamic multidisciplinary research university – a modern, open and collaborative community of 2,500 experts and 15,000 students seeking answers to the pivotal questions of today and tomorrow. It was here, in 1863, that Finnish-language teacher education began. Since then, the University of Jyväskylä has been serving the future. The dialogue between research, education and society is our driving force. We cherish this balance of research and education, and work to promote open thinking. We kindle the skills, knowledge and passion to live wisely for the best of humanity.
The department is currently seeking to recruit staff to the position of
3-8 Doctoral Students based on contract of employment, maximum of 8 months fixed-period, starting 13 May 2019
The mission of the Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics (JSBE) is to conduct high-level research by national and international standards, and to offer quality degree education and executive education in business and economics. We contribute to the societal impact of the University of Jyväskylä by promoting university-based entrepreneurship and innovation activities.
Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics is an active, internationally-minded and cooperative faculty in the dynamic and international University of Jyväskylä. There are 18 professorships at the JSBE, and the number of other staff is around 100. Over a thousand students study at JSBE. Each year, around 150 students graduate as Masters of Science (econ), and 13 -15 doctoral dissertations are publicly defended at JSBE.
Doctoral Student’s primary responsibilities include dissertation study, postgraduate education, teaching assistance, and other related duties.
The duties, eligibility requirements and language skills of Doctoral Students are defined in the University of Jyväskylä Regulations and language skills guidelines. Proficiency in Finnish is required in the teaching and research positions of the University of Jyväskylä. However, when considered appropriate, the University may grant exemption from the language proficiency requirements. Doctoral Students are required to have a good command of the English language.
Doctoral Students are expected to have a relevant Master’s degree and the right to pursue postgraduate studies at the University of Jyväskylä.
The Doctoral Student’s job-specific salary component is based on the job demands levels 2–4 (€2033,29-2535,20/month) in the salary system for teaching and research staff at Finnish universities. In addition, a personal performance-based salary component, amounting to 6-50% of the job-specific salary component, is paid.
The positions will be subject to a trial period of 3 months.
For further information please contact Postdoctoral Researcher Suvi Heikkinen, tel. +358408053319, email: email@example.com
Please attach the following documents to your online application:
1) A curriculum vitae (CV) compiled in accordance with good scientific practice and, as far as possible, considering the template for a researcher’s CV provided at http://www.tenk.fi/en/template-researchers-curriculum-vitae
2) A doctoral study plan (max 2 pages)
3) A research plan (max 3 pages)
4) Letters of recommendation from your supervisors. These are not needed in the online application. Please ask your supervisors to send the recommendations directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please submit your application at the latest on 22 April 2019 by using the online application form.
|Title||3-9 Doctoral Students|
|Employer||University of Jyväskylä|
|Job location||Seminaarinkatu 15, Jyväskylä|
|Published||April 11, 2019|
|Application deadline||April 22, 2019|
|Job type||PhD  |
|Fields||Econometrics,   Environmental Economics,   Health Economics,   Industrial Economics,   Macroeconomics,   Marketing,   Microeconomics,   Public Economics,   Tourism Economics,    and 41 more. Organizational Economics,   Human Resource Management,   Economic Sociology,   Supply Chain Management,   Business Administration,   Transport Economics,   International and Comparative Labour,   Risk Management,   Production development,   Logistics,   Manufacturing,   Economic Geography,   Accounting,   Project Management,   Financial Economics,   Entrepreneurship,   Economic Psychology,   Economic History,   Behavioural Economics,   Business Ethics,   Computational Economics,   Consumer Economics,   Development Economics,   Energy Economics,   Game Theory,   Human Development Theory,   Information Systems,   International Economics,   Labour Economics,   Mathematical Economics,   Finance,   Real Estate Economics,   Resource Economics,   Socioeconomics,   Welfare Economics,   Management,   Strategic Management,   Business Economics,   Controlling,   Food Economics,   Corporate Finance  |