The international Council of Sport Science and Physical Education is looking for a student research assistant starting if possible from August 1, 2016, to support the network’s research projects as well as project and event management and publication processes at the advanced student standard tariff rate on a 40 to 60 hours- per-month basis. Candidates with longer term availability (e.g. 2 years and more) will be preferred.
The student assistance covers project management and research and publication assistance. This includes technical and organisational support of events, communication with partners, participants of events, budget planning and calculation, managing of databases, research related support work to evaluate data, produce summaries, tables of content, catalogue entries, translations as well as library and online research.
Applicants are required to have a great interest in sport/physical activity/Physical Education and sports science. They should speak and write German and English fluently. Furthermore, they should have good command of Microsoft Office applications (especially Word, and Excel). Experience as student assistant, particularly with project coordination is desired.
Your application should contain a CV, highlighting your past degree(s), internships or further work experience and experience abroad. An offer is conditional on a valid student registration and a tax card. For this position, regular presence in the office and commitment to running project is required on agreed weekdays. Management or project coordination experience is a plus.
Anyone interested, kindly reply to email@example.com until July 20, 2016.
- Berlin Westend (14053)
Über das Unternehmen
ICSSPE is the world’s largest network of organisations and institutions concerned with sport, sport science and physical education, accounting for millions of people. Among others, the Council belongs to the asso-ciated bodies of UNESCO and co-operates with the sport movement. By fostering sport, exercise, education and health, ICSSPE contributes to the development of human society. The organisation operates with the in-tention to investigate for a better scientific understanding of all facets of human movement; to educate for a better quality of life and improved health for all people; and to advocate for the benefits related to an active lifestyle and the ethical values inherent in sporting activity.