Student Research Assistant (m/f/div) (36-60h/month) [13-22] | Max-Planck-Institut für Sozialrecht und Sozialpolitik - MPISOC


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Student Research Assistant (m/f/div) (36-60h/month) [13-22]

The Munich Center for the Economics of Aging (MEA) is a department of the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy, which conducts research on current social issues in an international context. To support the activities of the Operations Management Team for the international Research Survey SHARE,
we are looking for a

Student Research Assistant (m/f/div)

Ihre Aufgaben

SHARE (Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe) is an interdisciplinary Longitudinal Study which combines extensive cross-national information on socio-economic status, health, and family relations of Europe’s older population. It is the largest social science panel study in Europe. Your tasks will mainly include support in quality assurance in software development in customized survey tools using an agile framework, preparation of training material as well as support in literature research in SHARE related fields.

Ihr Profil

Applicants should have the following skills and academic background:

  • Ongoing Bachelor or Master Studies in Social Science, Economics or Business Informatics, Computer Science at an FH or University.
  • Experience in Stata/interest in learning Stata.
  • Command of the English language.
  • Self-organized and proactive working style.
  • MS Office skills.

Unser Angebot

  • Insight into Operations, data analysis und IT development for a large European research project in an excellent research environment
  • Prospects for further career development.
  • The opportunity to work with an experienced congenial interdisciplinary team
  • Flexible working hours and remote working
  • The opportunity to link your thesis to an area related to your work.

The Max Planck Society is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from men and women, including disabled people, from all cultural backgrounds and ethnic origins. Furthermore, the Max-Planck-Society endeavors to increase the representation of handicapped people in the workplace. Applications from disabled individuals are thus ex-plicitly welcome. Any questions regarding the position may be addressed to

Magdalena Hecher (hecher (at)

Please submit a complete application quoting reference number 13-22 in a single pdf file (CV, covering letter, copies of degrees, references and certificates) to hecher (at) and hr (at)

Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy
Amalienstrasse 33
80799 Munich