AccueilAssistant HES (Doctoral student) at Geneva School of Business Administration

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Publié le mardi 28 mai 2013 par Elsa Zotian

Résumé

The Geneva School of Business Administration (HEG-Geneva) offers a Research Assistant (Doctoral student) position for three years starting from 1st September 2013.The doctoral student will participate to the project « Organizing, Communicating, and Costing in Risk Governance: Learning Lessons from the H1N1 Pandemic », financed by the Swiss National Science Foundation. He or she will be in charge of the research components dedicated to costing around H1N1. This comparative study will involve qualitative fieldwork in three countries, namely Switzerland, the United States and Japan. He or she will collaborate with a post-doctoral fellow focusing on issues related to organization and communication. He or she will have to write a PhD thesis on H1N1 costing issues and will be supervised by Prof. Nathalie Brender. The project is funded for three years.

Annonce

Un-e assistant-e HES (doctorant-e) à la Haute école de gestion de Genève / Assistant HES (Doctoral student) at Geneva School of Business Administration / University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland

Entité organisationnelle :Haute école de gestion de Genève / Geneva School of Business Administration

  • Section / Division : Economie d’entreprise / Management Department
  • Fonction : Assistant HES (Doctoral Student)
  • Taux d’activité : 100% à discuter / to discuss
  • Lieu de travail : Haute école de gestion de Genève, Campus Battelle, Route de de Drize 7, 1227 Carouge
  • Délai d’inscription : 16 juin 2013/June 16th 2013

Description du poste / Description of the position

 The Geneva School of Business Administration (HEG-Geneva) offers a Research Assistant (Doctoral student) position for three years starting from 1st September 2013.

The doctoral student will participate to the project « Organizing, Communicating, and Costing in Risk Governance: Learning Lessons from the H1N1 Pandemic », financed by the Swiss National Science Foundation. He or she will be in charge of the research components dedicated to costing around H1N1. This comparative study will involve qualitative fieldwork in three countries, namely Switzerland, the United States and Japan. He or she will collaborate with a post-doctoral fellow focusing on issues related to organization and communication. He or she will have to write a PhD thesis on H1N1 costing issues and will be supervised by Prof. Nathalie Brender.

The project is funded for three years.

Particularité du poste d’assistant-e HES :

  • Une partie du temps (25% du taux d’activité) est consacrée à l’approfondissement de la formation personnelle (formation post-grade ou conduite d’un projet de recherche personnel) / Part of the working time is devoted to own professional training (e.g. enrolment in a post-graduate program or conduct of a research project).

Qualifications et experiences / Required qualifications and experience

  •  Master degree in Public Health Economics, Economics or Management, or equivalent, with a special interest in global health and risk governance
  • Areas of expertise: cost-effectiveness / cost-utility analysis
  • Empirical research experience
  • Skills in qualitative methods, in particular interviewing (preparation, conduct and analysis) and documentary analysis
  • Skills in quantitative methods, in particular cost-effectiveness analysis
  • International experience, especially in North America and/or in Asia
  • Excellent scientific writing
  • Proficiency in Excel and databases
  • Proficiency in social sciences software such as Atlas Ti, NVIVO and/or SPSS
  • Languages : English, French, some knowledge of Japanese appreciated

La HES-SO Genève adopte une politique de recrutement en faveur de l’égalité des chances / The HES-SO Geneva hasan equal opportunity recruitment policy

Conditions de candidature / To apply

Les dossiers complets (lettre de motivation, curriculum vitae, copie des diplômes et des certificats de travail) sont à adresser à : nathalie.brender@hesge.ch

jusqu’au 16 juin 2013.

Applications, including a motivation letter, a curriculum vitae, copies of diplomas and work certificates, can be submitted by email to : nathalie.brender@hesge.ch

until June 16th, 2013.

Lieux

  • Haute école de gestion de Genève, Campus Battelle - Route de de Drize 7
    Carouge, Confédération Suisse

Dates

  • dimanche 16 juin 2013

Mots-clés

  • Emergency Preparedness, Organizational Decision Making, Risk Communication, Cost-­Benefit Analysis, Global Health, Pandemic Response

Contacts

  • Nathalie Brender
    courriel : nathalie [dot] brender [at] hesge [dot] ch

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • Blaise Dupuis
    courriel : blaise [dot] dupuis [at] unige [dot] ch

Pour citer cette annonce

« Assistant HES (Doctoral student) at Geneva School of Business Administration », Bourse, prix et emploi, Calenda, Publié le mardi 28 mai 2013, http://calenda.org/250006