Job Offers

The Research Center SAFE “Sustainable Architecture for Finance in Europe” at Goethe University’s House of Finance is seeking to fill several positions as

Student Assistant (m/f/d) - Data Center

SAFE is a cooperation of the Center for Financial Studies and Goethe University funded by the Hessian excellence initiative LOEWE. It promotes research and independent policy advice on all aspects of modern financial markets. More than 150 researchers from different fields, including finance, macroeconomics, microeconomics of organizations, financial mathematics, marketing and law collaborate and bundle their strengths in SAFE.

We are looking for
a student assistants for the SAFE Data Center. The person would be involved in our historical data projects and work on contributing to build a new unique database from historical sources. The main task would be active support in the process of building the database (especially data cleaning).

Your Profile

  • Student of law, finance, economics or a related discipline
  • High personal motivation and good self-management
  • Fluency in German would be favourable
  • Ability to work independently, flexibly and in a team

We offer
The infrastructure of a modern research center with excellent contacts to the scientific and financial community. You will be working in a very attractive working environment in the House of Finance at Goethe University and in an enthusiastic team of colleagues. The position is for 3 months from 1 July 2019 onwards with 20 to 40 working hours per month; working hours are negotiable.

Your application: Please submit your application, together with the usual credentials (CV, letter of motivation, transcripts, etc.), by mail to Research Center SAFE, House of Finance, Goethe University, Theodor-W.-Adorno-Platz 3, 60323 Frankfurt am Main or electronically to applications@safe.uni-frankfurt.de by adding APPLICATION Student Assistant Data Center in the subject line of your email.

The deadline for the submission is 28 June 2019.

Should you have any questions please contact Mr. Dennis Gram via email: gram@safe.uni-frankfurt.de.