Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft (HiWi) im Life Cycle Assessment


Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies
Stuttgart, Germany


Wir suchen eine wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft (HiWi), die eine neue Herausforderung in der Welt des Life Cycle Assessments sucht.


Die Aufgaben:

  • Unterstützung bei alltäglichen Aktivitäten der Analyse von Lebenszyklusanalysen (LCA) und Lebenszykluskosten (LCC)
  • Teilnahme an Projektbesprechungen
  • Durchführung von Forschungsaktivitäten/-projekten

Was Sie mitbringen:

  • Gute fundierte technischen Grundlagen
  • Wissen/Erfahrung in der Ökobilanz
  • Erfahrung und/oder Bereitschaft zur Arbeit mit GaBi-Software
  • Gute Kenntnisse der deutschen und englischen Sprache
Was wir bieten:
  • Internationale Arbeitsumgebung
  • Verantwortung in spannenden Projekten
  • Chance, das Wissen in der Praxis zu erweitern und anzuwenden

Wenn Sie ein internationales Arbeitsumfeld in einem netten und teamorientierten Team suchen,
freuen wir uns auf Ihren Lebenslauf und Ihr Anschreiben per Email an:


published: 02.10.2020

Researchers/Engineers in the areas of Risk & Resilience


Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies
Stuttgart, Germany


European Risk & Resilience Institute
Stuttgart, Germany

Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies and EU-VRi are looking for skilled and motivated

Researcher in the area of Risk & Resilience

(full-time or part-time)

for our projects dealing with:

  • integrated risk management
  • resilience of critical infrastructures
  • emerging risks
  • risk management in industry (RBI, RCM, HAZOP, HSE...)

The applicants' profiles to be considered are:

  • Mechanical, Electrical, Process, Materials or Chemical Engineers
  • Software Engineers (IT), with engineering skill
  • Risk/Resilience professionals (incl. social sciences)
Successful candidate should:
  • have an academic degree (researchers) or be working towards it
  • have knowledge and/or interest in IT technologies
  • possess analytical skills and be motivated to learn and cope with new research issues
  • be fluent in English (TOEFL, GRE or other), knowledge of German and/or other languages will be of advantage

Successful candidate will be offered:

  • competitive, result-dependent remuneration
  • support for further education/training and other fringe benefits

The work will be performed in the Steinbeis/EU-VRi offices in Germany and may include frequent business traveling.

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Interested candidates should apply by sending their CV and the letter of motivation to:


Training activities


STI 889 Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies - Steinbeis University Berlin
Stuttgart, Germany


Steinbeis Transfer Institute Advanced Risk Technologies and the Steinbeis University Berlin are urgently looking for skilled and motivated professionals for the position of 

Project Manager / Researcher for training activities

dealing with:

  • Overall administration of the projects
  • Study organization for master students
  • Conduction of training within European and industry projects
  • Communication and marketing strategy
  • Development of the academic network and cooperation
  • Quality management

Information about the University and the Master Degrees be found under the following links:

The candidates should:

  • Possess basic academic and/or office management related education
  • Be motivated to learn and cope with new, non-standard problems
  • Be able to work in a highly competitive and innovative working environment (international network of people, use of collaborative tools) and to respect the international standards of business communication and management
  • Be fluent in English, both written and spoken (certification on TOEFL, GRE or other comparable test is an advantage), knowledge of German and/or other EU languages can be of benefit

Successful candidate will work directly with the directors of the institute and the CEO of the company

  • competitive, result-dependent remuneration
  • project-linked work contracts, with a clear perspective of continuation
  • support for further education/training and other fringe benefits 

Young engineers interested in on-the-job qualification are encouraged to apply, too. The work will be performed in the Steinbeis/EU-VRi offices in Germany and may include frequent business travelling.

 Starting date: As soon as possible!

Interested candidates should apply, by submitting their CV and letter of motivation by e-mail to:



HiWi (student assistant) in Risk & Resilience


Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies
Stuttgart, Germany

Student-Assistant ("HiWi") on Risk/Resilience related projects & training activities

We are looking for a Student-Assistant interested in the Risk and Resilience.


Your role:

  • Assist in day-to-day activities of our Risk/Resilience related, mainly EU projects
  • Attend project meetings
  • Carry out research activities

Who you are:

  • Has a good general education background
  • Knowledge/Experience in the area of Risk/Resilience   
  • Good working knowledge of English language
What we offer:
  • International working environment
  • Early responsibilities with exciting projects
  • Opportunity to learn and progress

If you are looking for an international working environment with great and supportive people,
we are looking forward to receiving your CV and covering letter at


published: Dec. 6, 2019