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Student Employee (Tutor) (m/f/d) 41 MoH. Limited to 2 years (ID: 2023-TUT-BA SKA)

News from Jul 31, 2023

Department of Political and Social Sciences - Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology

Stud. Beschäftigte*r (Tutor*in) (m/w/d) 41 MoStd. befristet auf 2 Jahre Kennung: 2023-TUT-BA SKA

Application deadline: August 15, 2023

Our institute offers its students through its B.A. and MA Courses in social and cultural anthropology offer a qualified university education oriented towards current special debates and global issues, which is also in great demand internationally. In addition, various research projects financed by third-party funds are successfully carried out at the institute, which are linked to numerous international research cooperations, stays by international guest scientists and scientific events.

Responsibilities:

• Support for academic staff in teaching in the Bachelor's degree program in Social and Cultural Anthropology

• Classwork

• Counseling for Bachelor's degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology

Skills:

• BA in Ethnology or Social and Cultural Anthropology

• Good knowledge of scientific work and research techniques

• Knowledge of English and another foreign language

Further information Applications should be sent electronically by e-mail with meaningful documents stating the ID in PDF format (preferably as a one document) to Prof. Dr. Claudia Liebelt: sozkultanth@polsoz.fu-berlin.de or by mail to following address:

Free University of Berlin
Department of Political and Social Sciences
Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology
Prof. Dr. Claudia Liebelt
Landoltweg 9-11 14195 Berlin (Dahlem)

By submitting an online application, you as the applicant agree that your data will be processed and stored electronically. We would like to point out that Freie Universität Berlin cannot guarantee the security of transmitted personal data if your application is sent electronically without protection.

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