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Researcher/Project Manager for EU-ICT projects (Berlin)

Are you looking for an opportunity to take your professional future in your own hands? You integrate enthusiasm with professional reliability and the capacity to combine people and technology in new and innovative ways? You want to do real-world research that matters? Then we want to hear from you!

We are a small private (non-profit) research institute with HQ in Berlin and an international network. Our work focuses on applied research in the areas of interactive systems, web2.0, multimedia search and mobile apps, social networks, knowledge visualisation, crowdsourcing and social innovation.
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We are looking for a researcher/project manager for EU-ICT projects to join our team in Berlin. You will take over the responsibility for running an EU-ICT project and expanding our portfolio with new projects. This includes both day-to-day project coordination and management as well as hands-on research work and project acquisition. As you acquire new projects, you will have a chance of building-up and leading a team of your own. You can take your own professional future in your hands and we will support you at that.

Ideally, you will have Protected content experience in running and acquiring applied research projects in IT and related fields and experience in user-centred design and evaluation of interactive systems. Good command of English and (preferably) German is required (incl. writing). Working knowledge of Italian is an asset (we're initiating a new lab in Rome).

We are looking for jump starters who are reliable, driven by self-initiative, can structure and organize work autonomously and take on responsibility for delivering results under multiple deadlines. Strong soft skills in working and communicating with people from different cultural and professional backgrounds in international consortia are an important asset.

For a junior researcher there is a possibility to complete a PhD at one of the associated universities. Part-time position possible.
Internships in different areas (both research / non-research) are also available.
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