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Postdoctoral principal researcher position, Honesty and ethics, UChicago Booth

  • 1.  Postdoctoral principal researcher position, Honesty and ethics, UChicago Booth

    Posted 14 days ago
    Happy New Year,
    The University of Chicago Booth School of Business (Chicago, Illinois) invites applications for a postdoctoral Principal Researcher (PR) position. The PR will tackle research problems related to honesty and ethical decision-making under the supervision of Prof. Emma Levine. 

    Specifically, this Principal Researcher will work on a project titled, "Honesty-Values Conflicts – In Medicine, Politics, and in Life," funded by the John Templeton Foundation through The Honesty Project (https://honestyproject.philosophy.wfu.edu/science-of-honesty-projects/). The researcher will be part of an interdisciplinary team – including academic physicians, political scientists, psychologists, and organizational behavior scholars – examining how people experience and resolve difficult conversations in their personal and professional life. In addition to contributing to The Honesty Project work, the researcher will be encouraged to develop their own ideas in collaboration with Professor Levine and other faculty at the Center for Decision Research (CDR). Term of appointment will be two years with competitive salary and benefits, either to start as soon as possible or in summer 2022. This position will prepare the Post-Doctoral Principal Researcher to subsequently apply for research-oriented faculty positions in management or related decision-making fields. Review of applications is happening now, on a rolling basis until Feb 1. In order to receive full consideration, please submit your application materials electronically.

    Application Materials: 
    1. Curriculum vitae 
    2. Cover Letter describing the candidate's research and interest in the position 
    3. Two Letters of Recommendation (have letter writers email Emma.Levine@chicagobooth.edu
    4. Writing Sample (a published or working academic paper) 

    Chicago Booth is dedicated to creating an environment where people of different backgrounds, broadly defined, feel valued and where their ideas and contributions can flourish. Chicago Booth welcomes applications from women, persons with disabilities, veterans, and under-represented groups. If you need an accommodation to apply to a Chicago Booth Research Staff Program, or if there are other factors impacting your ability to apply to an open position, please email ResearchProfessional@lists.chicagobooth.edu.
    Please feel free to reach out with questions!