Capita ogni tanto (e ne siamo onorati) che a segnalarci proposte di lavoro da girare ai nostri allievi siano le stesse autorità di gestione, cioè le strutture che finanziano i progetti. E molti nostri allievi ne fanno parte, e si occupano di progetti europei “dall’altra parte delle scrivania”: non scrivendoli, ma valutandoli e controllandone lo svolgimento. Questa è un’altra di quelle opportunità, arriva dall’autorità di gestione Interreg Baltico (www.interreg-baltic.eu): “We are looking for a project officer at the JS office in Rostock/Germany to support our project unit in giving advice to applicants, assessing applications as well as in monitoring and supervising transnational cooperation projects in the fields of innovation, natural resources and transport. Closure date: 3 April 2017. The job is a full-time position for two years with an option for a prolongation. Start as soon as possible. Main tasks: a) provide general advice, support and information to applicants and project partners on project development, application, implementation and reporting; b) carry out assessments of project applications; c) monitor project implementation by means of checking progress reports, supported by the Programme’s electronic monitoring system, and follow-up outstanding issues; d) manage requests from projects on changes in set-up, finances, timing, etc; e) update procedures and related documents for the implementation of Interreg Baltic Sea Region (application, assessment, reporting and monitoring, special instruments etc.); f) collect information about projects’ outcomes and assist the MA/JS communication officers in information and communication activities, draft information for the Programme’s website; g) contribute to reporting to the EU Commission; h) contribute to targeted seminars for applicants and project partners. Qualification and profile: University degree (preferably public administration/regional policies, geographer, business administration and related fields); relevant work experience of at least two years; well anchored knowledge of the Baltic Sea region’s political, economic and social systems including experience of working with public administrations in Baltic Sea region countries, experience of working with public administrations in Nordic countries or Russia is an advantage; experience with the administration of EU Structural Funds; experience with international cooperation; solid administrative skills and a passion for accurate documentation and filing; completely fluent in verbal and written English; knowledge of Nordic languages and Russian is an advantage. The place of employment is Rostock/Germany. The job is a full-time position with a regular working time of 39 hours a week. Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein will issue the employment contract (the legal basis is the German labour code) and manage all related social tax and insurance issues. The job can be started as soon as possible. The contract will be concluded for two years from the starting date, with an option for a prolongation. The annual gross salary will range between EUR 45,000 and EUR 50,000 depending on qualification and experience. Applications have to be submitted in English language and in electronic version by Monday 3 April 2017, 22:00 hours (CET), to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications include a motivation letter, a CV based on Europass standard template, a recruitment application sheet. Based on the complete set of documents we will be selecting candidates for job interviews. Interviews are planned for 24-27 April 2017 in Rostock. Candidates might be contacted by telephone during the selection process. For further information please contact: Eeva Rantama, Team Leader Project Unit, (+49 381 45484 5254/-5281, email@example.com)
Centro Universitario di Formazione in Europrogettazione segnala: altra occasione di lavoro a Bruxelles
Dear VIU students, dear VIU colleagues, as you know the team at EU Start-up Services is constantly growing, a reflection of its unique position as the leader in SME Instrument funding in Europe with a proven track record of successful proposals in both Phase I and II grants. We are looking for a Senior Proposal Writer to support our team in Brussels Office. Main responsibilities: * participate in proposal strategy, design, writing, and review sessions throughout the life of the proposal; * research, write and edit technical material for proposals; * conduct requirements analysis for clients and collect input; * successfully interact and manage client relationships, potential partners and/or local staff, gather operational information and country context, and analyze the competitive environment for considering the organization’s differentiators; * attend and participate in divisional business development and capture meetings. EU Startup Services offers a competitive starting base compensation of +/- €2500 depending on qualification and experience. Success fees for successful proposals are also awarded. If you are looking for a new challenge, please contact us by sending your CV and a short cover letter to Florina Raduta at firstname.lastname@example.org, mentioning in the subject line “Senior Proposal Manager”. Interviews will be on going and only selected candidates will be contacted. Starting date: as negotiated. Minimum requirements: at least 3 years of EU grant writing (H2020, FTI, or any other science and innovation track), with demonstrated success; a Master’s degree; in Brussels or ready to relocate to Brussels and working full time; fluent in English, both spoken and written; and preferable that part of your academic track has been conducted in English.
The European Society for Paediatric Oncology is the only pan-European organisation representing all professionals working in the field of childhood cancers. With more than 1,500 members across 31 European countries, today SIOPE is leading the way to ensure the best possible care and outcomes for all children and adolescents with cancer in Europe. To support our increasing activities and our development we are offering an exciting and challenging position (m/f), with growing responsibilities, in a European scientific environment, including competitive salaries and fringe benefits: Project Coordinator (full time position). The SIOPE Project Coordinator will mainly but not exclusively coordinate/manage several (EU) Projects and or Platforms of the SIOPE Strategic Plan. You are coordinating/providing support of projects and you already worked for least 3 years in an international environment, and can prove your excellent organizational skills. Good communicator and a team player, you speak and write English at very good level and are willing to travel on a limited scale (within Europe). The SIOPE Project Coordinator will mainly but not exclusively coordinate/manage several (EU) Projects and or Platforms of the SIOPE Strategic Plan. Profile & experience: i) university degree or equivalent; ii) at least four years’ professional experience in coordinating/managing of projects or experience in a similar position is an advantage; iii) multitasking, detail minded and well organised; iv) knowledge of European Projects, healthcare, (paediatric) oncology, radiotherapy, quality assurance in radiotherapy or clinical trials is an asset; v) willing to travel on limited scale. Please email your CV and motivation letter to our consultant Mr. Michel Ballieu: email@example.com
GIOVEDI 16 FEBBRAIO 2017 ALLE ORE 18 si terrà presso Venice International University il WEB MEETING del Gruppo EUROPROGETTISTI ITALIA. Chi non può partecipare di persona può seguirci e intervenire via web, grazie a uno speciale collegamento che attiveremo appositamente per l’occasione. Presenteremo il lavoro fatto finora per la creazione dell’Elenco Unico Nazionale Europrogettisti Italia, per cui il tema è decisamente importante. Prenotatevi commentando questo blog, indicando il Vostro nome, email, ente di appartenenza e contatto telefonico, seguiranno informazioni su costi e modi per attivare il collegamento.