The Department of Information Engineering (Prof. Dibbern) at the Institute of Information Systems, University Bern, is looking for a dynamic and qualified person to start immediately or as soon as possible as a
Research Assistant, Ph.D. Student
Our main areas of research include: (1) IT Outsourcing, (2) Management of Platform Ecosystems and Enterprise Systems, and (3) Methods and Systems to support Virtual Teams.
Specification, development and execution of your own dissertation project
Acquisition of considerable experience in exciting project work
Unique opportunity to present your research results at national and international conferences
Publications in leading proceedings and international journals
Participation in the drafting process of proposals for research grants
Responsibility for the supervision of bachelor and master theses
Supporting existing lectures by preparing course material, conducting exercise sessions, etc.
Outstanding academic background with a completed master degree (or equivalent) preferably in one of the following fields of study: Business Administration, Information Systems, Systems Engineering, or Computer Science
Interest in empirical and/or design-oriented research in the field of Information Systems
Highly committed and motivated personality with the aim of achieving top performance
Very good English skills, additional knowledge of German would be an advantage
Diligent and a committed team player with exceptional drive, creativity and interpersonal skills.
Responsibility for exciting and diverse research and teaching tasks
Close collaboration with business and industry partners
Highly motivated, young and dynamic team
Intensive assistance and support through Ph.D. program
Broad international network with the opportunity to spend some time at a notable university abroad
Attractive remuneration based on the personnel regulations of the Swiss canton of Bern
Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik
Abteilung Information Engineering
Take the opportunity to join our team by submitting your complete application documents electronically. Applicants who are short before graduation are explicitly encouraged to apply.