Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems (Campus Tübingen).
We are looking for a scientific coordinator for the Perceiving Systems Department.
You will support, coordinate, and/or manage:
- major equipment decisions and purchases
- scientific visits (interns, sabbaticals, talks, etc.)
- third party funding (proposals, planning, administration, reporting)
- scientific collaboration contracts
- scientific exchange programs
- patent process and licensing requests
- demonstrations, external visits, presentations
- website, wiki, and social media content
- hiring and recruiting including PhD recruiting
- press contacts and press releases
- run internal workshops and help manage deadlines
- help coordinate data capture
- help run workshops and other external events
You will work closely and collaboratively with scientists, students, programmers, human subjects specialists, scanner technicians, IT support, and the administrative staff in a team environment to help achieve the scientific goals of the department.
We are trying to do big things and big things require planning and coordination.
- PhD in a scientific discipline
- A computer science degree is desired but not required
- Very strong management and organizational skills
- Great interpersonal and communication skills
- High-level German and excellent written English
- Team player
- Independent and responsible
- Desire to help others succeed
A modern, exciting, and flexible workplace, a strongly international working environment, and an on-campus day care center for young children. The salary is paid according to TVöD, according to the appointed individual’s qualifications and work experience, including all social benefits according to the rules of the civil service (Federal Service). An initial contract will be offered for two years.
Closing date for applications
March 18, 2019
Are you interested?
If so, we are looking forward to your application. Please send it to Melanie Feldhofer at email@example.com.
The Perceiving Systems Department is part of the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and is located in Tübingen. We combine research on artificial intelligence, computer vision, computer graphics, and machine learning to teach computers to see us and by understanding our behavior to learn to be more human.
The department has roughly 50 members and visitors from all over the world. We are a fun and friendly department that plays a leading role in the field of computer vision.
Department website: ps.is.mpg.de/
The Max Planck Society is committed to employing more handicapped individuals and especially encourages them to apply.
The Max Planck Society seeks to increase the number of women in areas where they are under-represented and therefore explicitly encourages women to apply.
If you prefer to send a hard copy of your application, please send it to:
MPI for Intelligent Systems