The Oriental Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic is a research institution founded in 1922, specializing in the field of Asian Oriental studies. The Oriental Institute of Prague was founded by the Czechoslovak parliament on January 25, 1922. The aim of the Institute was “to cultivate and build up scientific and economic relations with the Orient”. T.G. Masaryk who is the first Czechoslovak President supported the establishment of the Institute in both moral and financial banking. The Institute collaborates with Czech universities providing teaching of relevant subjects, training junior researchers and taking part in post-graduate doctoral programmes. In 1929, the first issue of the scholarly journal Archive oriental (published by the Institute) appeared. In May 1931, the library of the Institute was opened. In 1952, the Oriental Institute was incorporated into the newly formed Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences. In 1992, shortly before the partition of Czechoslovakia, the Institute became a constituent part of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. The languages and civilizations of the Near East Oriental Institute have been a major part of the Universitys teaching and research commitment since its inception. First president and the Universitys founder William Rainey Harper was a Hebrew scholar and author of a grammar widely used in institutions of higher learning for more than three-quarters of a century. Research done at Chicago has helped to form the very basis of the modern disciplines of Assyriology, Egyptology, and ancient Near Eastern Archaeology. The creation of "Islamic Civilization" as a curriculum was effected at Chicago. In all these areas and related subfields a faculty of distinguished scholars now extends this tradition. Graduates of the Department have for decades been among the leading international experts in their fields. The Statistical Analysis Project Manager will work for the CRESCAT Project (Computational Research Ecosystem for Scientific Collaboration on Ancient Topics) under the supervision of Alain Bresson and Sandra Scholes to assist with analyzing by statistical methods (regression, principal components, network analysis...) data from ancient coin hoards. This position requires a Ph.D. and an expertise in manipulation of social science data by statistical methods. An expertise in ancient history and archaeology will be much appreciated although it is not a basic requirement. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status or status as an individual with disability. The Research Archives of the Oriental Institute are as following. 1. "Provisioning the Temple of the Muses: Expanding Capacity in the Research Archives through Compact Storage Installation" in 2013. 2. "A Feast of Knowledge: Libraries and Archives, Past and Present" in 2009. 3. "Recovering the Lost Story of the Rise of Man: The Research Archives of the Oriental Institute" in 2008. And one more interesting research topic is “Power and Strategies of Social and Political Order”. The Research Archives is housed in the former quarters of the old Oriental Institute Library. James Henry Breasted described the Reading Room as "The most beautiful room in the building,” The Oriental Institute has made a substantial commitment to complete the holdings of the Research Archives in the fields represented by the scholarship of its faculty and staff.