Time to celebrate! I’m taking up a combined post-doc position as deputy team leader of the GESIS Panel and project consultant
Today is a great day, as I’m joining (or rather re-joining) the GESIS Panel team at GESIS. The GESIS Panel is a probability-based mixed-mode access panel that our institute maintains. A couple of years ago, I worked in the panel’s project management group when I was a PhD researcher.
I’m now thrilled to return to this great team. In my new postdoc position, I will act as the project’s deputy team leader and, consequently, be – to some degree – involved in all its aspects. However, I will have a more vital link with the Survey Statistics and Data Quality Management working group than with the day-to-day work of Survey Project Management.
Interestingly, my new position comes with a double responsibility, the second part is allocated to the methodological project consultancy GESIS offers. More precisely, I will be responsible for consultation requests concerning web surveys and sampling through social networking sites. This is, of course, also great news, as it perfectly aligns with my research interest.