caesar is a neuroethology institute located in Bonn that studies how the collective activity of the vast numbers of interconnected neurons in the brain gives rise to the plethora of animal behaviors. Our research spans a large range of scales from the nano-scale imaging of brain circuitry, to large-scale functional imaging of brain circuitry during behavior, to the quantification of natural animal behaviors.
To assist with data-processing tasks, the Department of Behavior and Brain Organization is looking for
Student Assistants (m/f/d)
to join us at the next possible opportunity. The position is initially limited until 31. December 2021.
The job involves assistance with computer-based analysis of oculo-videography movies, and image-based measurement of animal pose and position.
- Student of mathematics, medicine, natural sciences
- Accuracy, motivation, flexibility, team spirit
What we offer:
Flexible working hours (weekly working time max. 20 hrs/week,
full-time employment possible during the semester break)
- Pleasant working atmosphere
- The employment is paid on an hourly basis with 10,77 Euro (Bachelor's student) or
12,52 Euro (Master's student).
caesar is committed to diversity and inclusion and is aiming to increase the percentage of women in areas where they are under-represented. We therefore explicitly encourage women to apply.
Handicapped persons with comparable qualifications receive preferential status. In addition, the Research Center strives for gender equality and diversity. We welcome applications from any background.
Please apply only via https://www.caesar.de/en/joining-caesar/careers/
If you have any further questions please contact:
Dr. Damian Wallace, Tel.: +49 (0)228 / 9656-314,firstname.lastname@example.org
caesar is certified in accordance with the berufundfamilie audit
- Bonn Plittersdorf (53175)
Über das Unternehmen
Das Forschungszentrum caesar, center of advanced european studies and research (www.caesar.de), ist ein in Bonn ansässiges Forschungsinstitut für Neuroethologie, das mit der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft assoziiert ist.