Springe direkt zu Inhalt

Job Offers: 2 UNA Economics Tutors (40 hrs/month) for 6 months

News from Jan 18, 2021

Zentralinstitut John-F.-Kennedy-Institut - Economics

2 Positions as Student Assistants (Tutors) (40 hrs/month) for 6 months ID: TutEcon21 Application Deadline: February 17, 2021

German job offering


  • Conducting the tutorial (in English) that accompanies the course Understanding North America B, focus on Economics
  • Administration of the online platform Blackboard
  • Course preparation: research and acquisition of literature
  • Preliminary corrections of handed in essays and assignments (everything will be handed in in English, and might partly be handwritten)
  • Preparation and coordination of the final exam through the E-Examination center

Applicants should fulfill the following:

  • The tutorial requires fundamental knowledge of economics and the ability to teach it in English
  • Excellent English skills, both written and spoken, in order to conduct the tutorial
  • Strong organization skills for the coordination of the tutorials with the tutors from the other departments and the communication between students and instructors
  • The ability to work in a team 
  • The ability to work independently
  • Very good research skills and good knowledge of the library
  • MA Students of North American Studies (with a BA in North American studies) or students who are at least in the 4th semester of BA North American studies or students who have a BA in Economics

More Information:

Please send your full application indicating the ID as one pdf document via E-Mail to Prof. Max Steinhardt: economics@jfki.fu-berlin.de or via mail to:
Freie Universität Berlin

Zentralinstitut John-F.-Kennedy-Institut Wirtschaft
Herrn Prof. Max Steinhardt
Lansstr. 7-9
14195 Berlin (Dahlem)

By sending your application as a pdf, you are consenting to the fact that your data will be processed and saved electronically.

Please be aware that the FU Berlin is not liable for the safety of your personal data if these are sent electronically and not secured.

44 / 59