JOB OFFER - Doctoral Student in the field of career research and life course studies
NCCR LIVES invites applications for a 4-year position as doctoral student in the field of career research and life course studies, under the supervision of Prof. Felix Bühlmann.
As a doctoral student in the IP 7 on “Career paths” the successful candidate will be able to formulate his or her own PhD project based on a combined panel and calendar data study on careers. The thesis, under the supervision of Prof. Felix Bühlmann and Prof. Jonas Masdonati is expected to focus on how life events shape occupational trajectories. The tasks include conducting a calendar based questionnaire study, building a coherent theoretical framework, developing adequate research questions, analyzing the data, and publishing results.
The thesis will provide valuable answers to relevant questions in our current societies, such as: what types of life and career paths characterize workers today? Have career trajectories become more insecure? What impacts do unstable trajectories have on career adaptability, on feelings of occupational security or on subjective well-being? How do life events shape workers’ career trajectories?
- Starting date: 01.09.2019
- Duration of contract: 1 year, renewable contract for 3 years, with a maximum duration of 4 years.
- Employment rate: 100%
- Workplace: University of Lausanne, Géopolis
- Annual gross salary: CHF 47’040.- (first year)
- Application deadline: 31 May 2019
More information and applications on the UNIL Career portal.