About the project:
Our work on ‘technology and geopolitics’ analyzes the global semiconductor ecosystem to better understand its relevance for and potential impact on Europe’s industrial competitiveness and technological dependency on foreign countries and national security. The goal is to identify Europe’s position within those supply chains and develop policy advice to address current and future economic interdependencies as well as security risks.
About the job:
We are looking for a highly-motivated student assistant (12 hours per week) starting in July. As a member of our team, you will contribute to
- support us in qualitative research on technical and geopolitical issues related to semiconductors
- support us in the preparation of publications in English
- collect and process quantitative data (basic knowledge of Excel is sufficient)
- take part in meetings, help shape the project and contribute your own ideas
We welcome applications from people regardless of age, ethnic origin and nationality, gender and gender identity, physical and mental ability, religion and belief, sexual orientation and social background. We also encourage people from ethnic minorities and other groups that are underrepresented in civil society organisations to apply to join us.
Application deadline is 18 June 2023. Please apply with a short cover letter (motivation, description of first experiences), a CV (without photo) and relevant certificates in one PDF file at http://www.stiftung-nv.de/online-bewerbung
. The interviews will take place digitally.
Madlen Schliephake (firstname.lastname@example.org
) will be happy to answer any questions you may have.