Postdoctoral Researcher (m/f/d), 100% at the Department of Public Mental Health in Mannheim
The Central Institute of Mental Health (CIMH) stands for cutting-edge international research and ground-breaking treatment concepts in psychiatry, psychotherapy, child and adolescent psychiatry, psychosomatics and addiction medicine.
The Department of Public Mental Health (led by Professor Ulrich Reininghaus) transform evidence from social epidemiology into mental health service innovations, with the overarching goal of promoting resilience and preventing mental health problems. In a highly innovative, population-based incidence and inception cohort study using cutting-edge statistical approaches and digital technology, we seek to establish and delineate the taxonomy and basic epidemiology of population mental health by testing key aspects of an integrated transdiagnostic model of the mental ill-health spectrum. In the light of new vulnerabilities emerging from climate change, digitalisation, and the global COVID-19 pandemic, we further develop, evaluate, and implement a digital platform for real-world delivery of evidence-based interventions in vulnerable populations.
The Department of Public Mental Health is looking for a motivated
postdoctoral researcher (m/f/d) (100%, FTE)
on a fixed-term contract for 2 years, with an option of extension.
- Plan, coordinate, and manage population-based incidence and inception cohort study as well as the digital platform for evidence-based interventions in vulnerable populations
- Contribute to a multidisciplinary, international research team that collaborates with public mental health services and research departments at CIMH and conducts innovative research in the field of Public Mental Health using novel technologies (e.g., ecological momentary assessment and intervention apps, physiological sensors)
- Present findings from research projects at scientific conferences
- Publish papers in international peer-reviewed journals
- Contribute to the writing and submission of grant applications
- Excellent Master degree and a PhD in psychology, mental health services research, implementation science, public health or epidemiology or another, related field of medicine, the social or health/life sciences
- Excellent communication skills and ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Expertise and interest in research in public mental health, mental health services research, epidemiology, public health and ecological momentary assessment/intervention
- Experience with statistical analysis of epidemiological, experience sampling and experimental data
- An exciting position at a leading research institute and clinic
- Collaboration in an excellent international network of experts in the field of experience sampling methodology
- Option to complete a ‚Habilitation‘
- Internal and external training and career development
- A workplace in the heart of Mannheim
Contact For further information, please contact Dr. Anita Schick, Tel. 0621/1703-1941. Please apply via our online career portal.
We stand for equal opportunities. People with disabilities are given preferential consideration if they are suitable. The ZI aims to generally increase the proportion of women in all areas and positions in which women are underrepresented. Qualified women are therefore particularly encouraged to apply. Full-time positions are generally divisible, unless there are official or legal reasons to the contrary.