Researcher in Social Affairs, Gender and Equality
PPMI is a leading European research and policy analysis centre. We help the public sector and civil society leaders from around the world, presenting evidence in a way that is simple, clear and ready to use. We are a trusted partner, providing actionable insights, developing a shared understanding among key stakeholders, and enabling policy implementation to bring about positive and lasting change.
PPMI connects ideas and experiences to build a world where policies work.
A successful candidate will have:
Strong understanding of and a real interest in policies in the EU and EU Member States in the relevant policy areas (gender equality, equal opportunities and non-discrimination, social inclusion and protection, working conditions, etc.);
Knowledge of and experience in applying standard research methods;
Excellent conceptual, analytical and problem-solving skills and ability to use them creatively; Strong written and verbal communication skills in English, with emphasis on report writing; Ability to absorb detail and to see the big picture.
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in social sciences or humanities.
TAKE ON CHALLENGES
You should be ready to take part in a wide range of research, monitoring and advisory activities including but not limited to:
Contributing to the methodological design and implementation of research activities;
Carrying out qualitative and quantitative analysis, ensuring high-quality and timely delivery of necessary outputs; Writing research proposals and reports;
Providing advice to policy- and decision-makers;
Presenting research findings to colleagues, clients and the public at large scale.
GROW WITH US
You will join a fast growing team of Data Scientists at PPMI. In return we offer:
The opportunity to work with and learn from renowned experts and established researchers;
Opportunity to participate in high-quality research and influence decision making among persons leading Communication efforts of European Union institutions;
Training and coaching on research methods and thematic topics;
The ability to combine work with ongoing studies;
Multicultural working environment and ergonomic office space in the city centre;
Competitive salary (starting from 1500–2000 euros, in gross terms) and career prospects.
If you see yourself in this position, send us your CV (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a subject Researcher in Social Affairs, Gender and Equality by May 5, 2020.