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  • Part Time
  • Vienna/Austria
  • 2.684,-- (14x per year) Euro / Month

Website Medical University of Vienna, Center for Public Health, Department of Health Economics (DHE)

The Medical University of Vienna, Center for Public Health, Department of Health Economics (DHE), is looking for a Senior Scientist (pre-doc) (f/md/d) to contribute to the WWTF-funded project “STREAMLINE” (Establishing a Reference Unit Costs catalogue for the optimized evaluation and planning of mental healthcare in Vienna) (

The position is for one year fixed-term, part-time (30 hours/week) in the first instance and can be filled as of 01 July 2024.

Salary and terms of employment are according to the collective with a minimum monthly gross salary of Euro 2.684,– (14x per year).

Job Description

Relevant work includes literature and other source reviews, conducting surveys and interviews for primary and secondary epidemiological, socioeconomic, services research and health economic data collections, and performing quantitative data analyses and syntheses. The position holder will support the day-to-day running of the project, collect and analyze relevant data, and develop and disseminate the study results including peer-reviewed publications and presentations. Involvement in other departmental activities (e.g. teaching) is also foreseen according to experience level.

Application Requirements

Topic relevant Bachelor or Master’s degree (health economics, economics, socioeconomics, health services research, health care management, public health, sociology, psychology)
Readiness to contribute to other research and teaching activities
The employment requirements of non-EU citizens under foreign law must be guaranteed

Additional Qualifications and Skills

Strong IT and quantitative data collection and data analysis (Excel, SPSS, Stata, SAS, R or similar) skills
Excellent written and spoken English and German knowledge
Interest in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research
Enthusiasm, good teamwork and interest in skill development
Ability to manage tasks professionally to agreed deadlines
A record previous research publications and experience with socioeconomic and health economic studies is positively valued
The Medical University of Vienna aims to increase the proportion of women, especially in management positions and among scientific staff, and expressly encourages qualified women to apply.

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Please send an English motivation letter and a signed CV stating the reference number 438/24 at latest by 19 June 2024 to
Medical University of Vienna
Department of Human Resources and Human Resources Development
1090 Vienna, Spitalgasse 23, AUSTRIA

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