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More information on Job and Training Opportunities in the EU as well as information on your rights as a researcher can be found on the EURAXESS PORTAL 

PRIMA Administrative Assistant

Organisation offering: Partnership on Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA)

Details:

The Partnership on Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA) has been established on the basis of Art. 185 TFUE in collaboration with the Participating States and the European Commission. PRIMA aims to support common innovative solutions and promote their adoption for improving the efficiency and sustainability of food production systems and water provision. The PRIMA Programme will be implemented through an ad-hoc structure, a Foundation under Spanish Law. Such structure will face an ex-ante assessment from July to October, made by an external audit company. The current vacancy is for one Administrative Assistant position:

 Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • General administrative support to the Director and the Deputy Director.
  • General logistic support to the Director, the Deputy Director and the PRIMA Foundation team (mainly travels and accommodation booking).
  • Logistical support for PRIMA meetings organisation (GA, working groups…): Logistics (room booking, catering), preparation of the documents.
  • Inputting of data in the Foundation’s databases.
  • Screening and diverting calls as necessary.
  • Distributing and sorting postal and electronic mail.
  • Administrative support to the management of calls for proposals.  Logistics; support of the committee members for their travels and accommodation; list of external experts/reviewers to be paid; etc.
  • Any other relevant tasks, duties or specific assignments that may arise as indicated by the Director.

Person specification

Specific qualifications and desirable skills for the Administrative Assistant include:

  • A degree of management assistant or equivalent, or an equivalent previous experience within an administrative role.
  • Good organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines and handle multiple tasks daily.
  • Experience working in R&I-related entities will be an advantage.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel, coupled with strong typing skills.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Telephone etiquette. Good team player, with a proactive approach to work.
  • Eye for detail.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.
  • Proficiency in other languages spoken in the Mediterranean area will be considered as an asset. 

The Administrative Assistant serves, as seconded personnel, for a renewable six months term. He/she will be part of the team which will face the ex-ante assessment.

Conditions

Candidates shall be seconded by their sending institutions. PRIMA might offer a competitive salary adjustment package. Only candidates coming from Participating States institutions can apply. The selected candidate shall take its post by 1 August 2017. Taking the post in advance is strongly encouraged.

The employee will be based at the PRIMA Secretariat in Barcelona, Spain. Applicants will have to get a valid working permit in Spain.

The PRIMA Foundation is characterized by a multicultural work environment, with English as the main working language.

Applications

Applicantions shall be submitted by the GA members to prima@unisi.it by midnight (Brussels time) of 30 June 2017. Applications shall include the candidate’s CV, a motivation letter, and a copy of his/her identity card or passport. Please note that only selected candidates will be contacted. In case an interview is needed, individual candidates will receive a notice asking them to attend the interview at least seven calendar days before it takes place.

Applications shall clearly state that they are for the “Administrative Assistant” position. Applying for this position does not prevent the application for other vacancies posted by the PRIMA Consortium, for which the candidate shows to have the required skills.

Candidates from all Participating Countries are strongly welcome. 

Link:

Deadline: 2017-06-30

Tel:

E-mail address: prima@unisi.it

PRIMA Information Technology Manager

Organisation offering: Partnership on Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA)

Details:

The Partnership on Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA) has been established on the basis of Art. 185 TFUE in collaboration with the Participating States and the European Commission. PRIMA aims to support common innovative solutions and promote their adoption for improving the efficiency and sustainability of food production systems and water provision. The PRIMA Programme will be implemented through an ad-hoc structure, a Foundation under Spanish Law. Such structure will face an ex-ante assessment from July to October, made by an external audit company. The current vacancy is for the Information Technology (IT) Manager position:

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Proposal and implementation of the IT strategy of the PRIMA Foundation.
  • Maintaining and improving the IT infrastructure.
  • Designing, implementing, administering and enhancing the software tools, such as the grant management and internal accounting applications, the monitoring and evaluation system, the office software and the Foundation’s webpage.
  • User help desk, training and support. Drafting and updating user manuals.
  • Working in collaboration with other PRIMA departments to ensure an efficient management of incomes, grants, contracts, wages and other expenses, in full compliance with the internal rules and procedures.
  • Liaising with IT service providers. Proposal of IT procurement.
  • Managing all aspects concerning the security, reliability and efficiency of the IT systems and data.

Person specification

Specific qualifications and desirable skills for the IT Manager include:

  • University degree in relevant matters (e.g. informatics, engineering, mathematics, etc.).
  • 3-year experience in the design and or management of IT systems and databases.
  • Previous experience with grant management software.
  • Experience with public procurement of IT services.
  • Advanced user of Unix and/or Microsoft systems.
  • Strong interpersonal skills. Good team player.
  • Good organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines and handle multiple tasks daily.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.
  • Proficiency in other languages spoken in the Mediterranean area will be an advantage.

The IT Manager serves, as seconded personnel, for a renewable six months term. Reporting to the Financial Manager, the IT Manager will be part of the team which will face the ex-ante assessment.

Conditions

Candidates shall be seconded by their sending institutions. PRIMA might offer a competitive salary adjustment package.  Only candidates coming from Participating States institutions can apply. The selected candidate shall take its post by 1 August 2017. Taking the post in advance is strongly encouraged.

The employee will be based at the PRIMA Secretariat in Barcelona, Spain. Applicants will have to get a valid working permit in Spain.

The PRIMA Foundation is characterized by a multicultural work environment, with English as the main working language.

Applications

Applicantions shall be submitted by the GA members to prima@unisi.it by midnight (Brussels time) of 30 June 2017. Applications shall include the candidate’s CV, a motivation letter, and a copy of his/her identity card or passport. Please note that only selected candidates will be contacted. In case an interview is needed, individual candidates will receive a notice asking them to attend the interview at least seven calendar days before it takes place.

Applications shall clearly state that they are for the “IT Manager” position. Applying for this position does not prevent the application for other vacancies posted by the PRIMA Consortium, for which the candidate shows to have the required skills.

Candidates from all Participating Countries, and especially female candidates, are strongly welcome. 

Link:

Deadline: 2017-06-30

Tel:

E-mail address: prima@unisi.it

PRIMA Project Officer

Organisation offering: Partnership on Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA)

Details:

The Partnership on Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA) has been established on the basis of Art. 185 TFUE in collaboration with the Participating States and the European Commission. PRIMA aims to support common innovative solutions and promote their adoption for improving the efficiency and sustainability of food production systems and water provision. The PRIMA Programme will be implemented through an ad-hoc structure, a Foundation under Spanish Law. Such structure will face an ex-ante assessment from July to October, made by an external audit company. The current vacancy is for one Project Officer position:

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Managing the peer review process through liaison with applicants, external experts and committee members.
  • Preparing and providing feedback to applicants.
  • Providing all necessary technical and administrative support to the Grants Finance Officer to ensure timely delivery of operational activities.
  • Working in collaboration with other PRIMA departments to ensure efficient contract negotiation and timely signature of grant contracts.
  • Monitoring project progress and outcomes. This includes:
  1. Keeping oversight of projects in a given scientific or thematic area within the PRIMA scope.
  2. Reviewing annual and final reports from grant holders to ensure timely delivery of contractual milestones and deliverables, in collaboration with the PRIMA Financial department.
  3. Collection and analysis of outputs and outcomes from PRIMA projects.
  • Producing summaries of PRIMA projects to support the Communication Officer to promote PRIMA achievements.
  • Contributing to the PRIMA funding strategy and policy. This includes:
  1. Keeping abreast of key scientific advances and developments in the PRIMA remit.
  2. Drafting papers, briefings, reports and other documents, as required.
  3. Developing and maintaining relationships with PRIMA beneficiaries and other stakeholders, in order to encourage and promote participation and partnership with PRIMA.
  • Any other tasks, duties or specific assignments that may arise as indicated by the Deputy Director.

Person specification

Specific qualifications and desirable skills for the Financial Manager include:

  • University degree in fields related to PRIMA topics.
  • Knowledge and experience in management of R&I projects, grants and/or calls for proposals.
  • Knowledge of scientific advances and developments in the PRIMA remit.
  • Experience in writing scientific and/or science policy documents and reports.
  • Experience of dealing with international projects.
  • Strong interpersonal skills. Good team player.
  • Good organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines and handle multiple tasks daily.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.
  • Proficiency in other languages spoken in the Mediterranean area will be an advantage.
  • Good IT skills.

This Project Officer serves, as seconded personnel, for a renewable six months term. Reporting to the Deputy Director, this Project Officer will be part of the team which will face the ex-ante assessment.

Conditions

Candidates shall be seconded by their sending institutions. PRIMA might offer a competitive salary adjustment package.  Only candidates coming from Participating States institutions can apply. The selected candidate shall take its post by 1 August 2017. Taking the post in advance is strongly encouraged.

The employee will be based at the PRIMA Secretariat in Barcelona, Spain. Applicants will have to get a valid working permit in Spain.

The PRIMA Foundation is characterized by a multicultural work environment, with English as the main working language.

Applications

Applicantions shall be submitted by the GA members to prima@unisi.it by midnight (Brussels time) of 30 June 2017. Applications shall include the candidate’s CV, a motivation letter, and a copy of his/her identity card or passport. Please note that only selected candidates will be contacted. In case an interview is needed, individual candidates will receive a notice asking them to attend the interview at least seven calendar days before it takes place.

Applications shall clearly state that they are for the “Project Officer” position. Applying for this position does not prevent the application for other vacancies posted by the PRIMA Consortium, for which the candidate shows to have the required skills.

Candidates from all Participating Countries, and especially female candidates, are strongly welcome.

Link:

Deadline: 2017-06-30

Tel:

E-mail address: prima@unisi.it

PRIMA Monitoring, Evaluation and Audit Officer

Organisation offering: Partnership on Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA)

Details:

The Partnership on Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA) has been established on the basis of Art. 185 TFUE in collaboration with the Participating States and the European Commission. PRIMA aims to support common innovative solutions and promote their adoption for improving the efficiency and sustainability of food production systems and water provision. The PRIMA Programme will be implemented through an ad-hoc structure, a Foundation under Spanish Law. Such structure will face an ex-ante assessment from July to October, made by an external audit company. The current vacancy is for the “Monitoring, Evaluation and Project Officer” position:

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Developing a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system, including the design of a framework for the M&E of the PRIMA activities, the definition of the appropriate key performance indicators (KPIs), and the definition of methodologies for collecting the relevant data.
  • Working closely with other PRIMA departments to ensure timely and accurate collection of the relevant data.
  •  Assessment of the achievement of the KPIs. Preparing regular monitoring reports.
  • Making recommendations for corrective action.
  • PRIMA focal point for all matters related to external evaluation and impact assessment.
  • Drafting the audit strategy.
  • Main contact point for the Foundation’s external auditors.
  • Drafting plans to implement the audit reports’ recommendations, and supervision of their execution.
  • Drafting the Foundation’s internal financial control and risk management methodology, including fraud prevention and whistle blowing procedures; and monitoring its implementation.
  • Any other tasks, duties or specific assignments that may arise as indicated by the Financial Manager

Person specification

Specific qualifications and desirable skills for the Monitoring, Evaluation and Audit Officer include:

  • University degree in law or economics.
  • 5-year experience in a monitoring and evaluation role.
  • Financial management experience.
  • Knowledge of EU financial regulation.
  • Knowledge of results-based management (RBM) at project or programme level.
  • Personal and professional integrity at the highest standard.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.
  • Proficiency in other languages spoken in the Mediterranean area will be an advantage.
  • Good IT and presentation skills.

The Monitoring, Evaluation and Audit Officer serves, as seconded personnel, for a renewable six months term. Reporting to the Financial Manager, the M&E and Audit Officer will be part of the team which will face the ex-ante assessment.

Conditions

Candidates shall be seconded by their sending institutions. PRIMA might offer a competitive salary adjustment package.  Only candidates coming from Participating States institutions can apply. The selected candidate shall take its post by 1 August 2017. Taking the post in advance is strongly encouraged.

The employee will be based at the PRIMA Secretariat in Barcelona, Spain. Applicants will have to get a valid working permit in Spain.

The PRIMA Foundation is characterized by a multicultural work environment, with English as the main working language.

Applications

Applicantions shall be submitted by the GA members to prima@unisi.it by midnight (Brussels time) of 30 June 2017. Applications shall include the candidate’s CV, a motivation letter, and a copy of his/her identity card or passport. Please note that only selected candidates will be contacted. In case an interview is needed, individual candidates will receive a notice asking them to attend the interview at least seven calendar days before it takes place.

Applications shall clearly state that they are for the “Monitoring, Evaluation and Audit Officer” position. Applying for this position does not prevent the application for other vacancies posted by the PRIMA Consortium, for which the candidate shows to have the required skills.

Candidates from all Participating Countries, and especially female candidates, are strongly welcome. 

Link:

Deadline: 2017-06-30

Tel:

E-mail address: prima@unisi.it

PRIMA Legal Officer

Organisation offering: The Partnership on Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA)

Details:

The Partnership on Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA) has been established on the basis of Art. 185 TFUE in collaboration with the Participating States and the European Commission. PRIMA aims to support common innovative solutions and promote their adoption for improving the efficiency and sustainability of food production systems and water provision. The PRIMA Programme will be implemented through an ad-hoc structure, a Foundation under Spanish Law. Such structure will face an ex-ante assessment  from July to October, made by an external audit company. The current vacancy is for the Legal Officer position:

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Reviewing and drafting grant agreements, service provider contracts and amendments to contracts and grant agreements, and to ensure that they are in compliance with European Union Horizon 2020 Guidelines, the Spanish law and PRIMA financial guidelines
  • Acting as the focal point for all litigation matters and liaising with and managing relationships with external lawyers including dealing with litigation where necessary
  • Working with staff and management to respond to correspondence regarding PRIMA contract terms and conditions
  • Reviewing all contracts or any other documentation, and assessing legal implications that need to be brought to the attention of management and staff
  • Providing advice to PRIMA Board of Trustees, management and staff on all legal matters related to the EU legal framework, foundation law, intellectual property rights, grant and procurement law, human resources
  • Liaising with all departments to ensure that where legal risks have been identified, appropriate courses of action are taken to eliminate or mitigate these risks. This will include assessing beneficiaries’ due diligence and advising management on the appropriate courses of action to take in all legal related cases
  • Ensuring relevant legal requirements are disseminated to the appropriate staff and parties
  • Inform the European Commission, as appropriate, about the legal aspects of the annual work plans
  • Providing legal support in the implementation of PRIMA programmes under the relevant funding frameworks
  • Ensuring Staff Regulations are in compliance with Spanish labour laws
  • Any other tasks, duties or specific assignments that may arise as indicated by the Director
  • Secretary of the Board of Trustees, if it so approves. 

Person specification

Specific qualifications for the Legal Officer include:

  • University degree in law.
  • 5-year professional experience, preferably in R&I-related entities.
  • Knowledge of EU law, including intellectual property rights, public procurement, financial and R&I-related regulations.
  • Excellent written and spoken English.
  • Ability to understand Spanish law, especially as regards foundation, labour, procurement and grant regulations.
  • Proficiency in other official languages of the PRIMA participating countries will be an advantage.
  • Strong interpersonal skills. Good team player.
  • IT literacy.

The Legal Officer serves, as seconded personnel, for a renewable six months term. Reporting to the Director, the Officer will be part of the team which will face the ex-ante assessment.

Conditions

Candidates shall be seconded by their sending institutions. PRIMA might offer a competitive salary-adjustment package. Only candidates coming from Participating States institutions can apply. The selected candidate shall take its post by 1 August 2017. Taking the post in advance is strongly encouraged.

The employee will be based at the PRIMA Secretariat in Barcelona, Spain. Applicants will have to get a valid working permit in Spain.

The PRIMA Foundation is characterized by a multicultural work environment, with English as the main working language.

The Applicants shall clearly state that they are applying for the “Legal Officer” position. The Application for the “Legal Officer” position does not prevent the application for other vacancies posted by the PRIMA Consortium, for which the candidates shows to have the required skills.

 

Applications

Applications shall be submitted by the GA members to prima@unisi.it by midnight (Brussels time) of 30 June 2017. Applications shall include the candidate’s CV, a motivation letter, and a copy of his/her identity card or passport. Please note that only selected candidates will be contacted. In case an interview is needed, individual candidates will receive a notice asking them to attend the interview at least a week before it takes place.

Applications shall clearly state that they are applying to the “Legal Officer” position. Applying for the “Legal Officer” position does not prevent the application for other vacancies posted by the PRIMA Consortium, for which the candidate shows to have the required skills.

 

Candidates from all Participating Countries, and especially female candidates, are strongly welcome. 

Link:

Deadline: 2017-06-30

Tel:

E-mail address: prima@unisi.it

PRIMA Financial Manager

Organisation offering: The Partnership on Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA)

Details:

The Partnership on Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA) has been established on the basis of Art. 185 TFUE in collaboration with the Participating States and the European Commission. PRIMA aims to support common innovative solutions and promote their adoption for improving the efficiency and sustainability of food production systems and water provision. The PRIMA Programme will be implemented through an ad-hoc structure, a Foundation under Spanish Law. Such structure will face an ex-ante assessment from July to October, made by an external audit company. The current vacancy is for the Financial Manager position:

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the general ledger administration, reconciliations and reports.
  • Supervision to accurate and timely input of authorised accounts payable and receivable invoices.
  • Allocate accounts receivable receipts to invoices.
  • Obtain authorisation for new supplier and account receivable accounts.
  • Code and enter supplier invoices into Access Dimension.
  • Follow up queries with suppliers and customers.
  • Ensure proper filing of invoices and other relevant supporting documents.
  • Maintain the contracts ledger.
  • Review the aged accounts receivable and payable reports to ensure that actions are taken to recover or promptly settle any overdue accounts.
  • Ensure relevant financial requirements are disseminated to the appropriate staff and parties.
  • Update the per diem claim form.
  • Provide advice to the Director on all financial matters related to EU framework, grant management, intellectual property rights, contracting and human resources.
  • Liaise with external auditors and Spanish tax authorities.
  • Inform the European Commission, as appropriate, about the financial aspects of the annual work plans.
  • Ensure risk and due diligence assessment of beneficiaries prior to fund transfer. Define and apply a strategy of mitigation.
  • Organise the flow of financial information and audits of the national funding agencies to match EU funds.
  • Supervise the work of the Monitoring, Evaluation and Audit Officer, the Grants Finance Officer and the IT Manager.

Person specification

Specific qualifications and desirable skills for the Financial Manager include:

  • University degree.
  • Accounting technician or a BA degree in accounting.
  • Five-year professional experience, preferably in management of R&I projects and programmes.
  • Strong interpersonal skills. Good team player.
  • Excellent English written and verbal communication skills.
  • Proficiency in other languages spoken in the Mediterranean area will be an advantage.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Experience of using computerised accounting systems.
  • Good IT skills.
  • Leadership capacities and experience in supervision of personnel.

The Financial Manager serves, as seconded personnel, for a renewable six months term. Reporting to the Director, the Manager will be part of the team which will face the ex-ante assessment.

 

Conditions

Candidates shall be seconded by their sending institutions. PRIMA might offer a competitive salary adjustment package.  Only candidates coming from Participating States institutions can apply. The selected candidate shall take its post by 1 August 2017. Taking the post in advance is strongly encouraged.

The employee will be based at the PRIMA Secretariat in Barcelona, Spain. Applicants will have to get a valid working permit in Spain.

The PRIMA Foundation is characterized by a multicultural work environment, with English as the main working language.

Applications

Applicantions shall be submitted by the GA members to prima@unisi.it by midnight (Brussels time) of 30 June 2017. Applications shall include the candidate’s CV, a motivation letter, and a copy of his/her identity card or passport. Please note that only selected candidates will be contacted. In case an interview is needed, individual candidates will receive a notice asking them to attend the interview at least seven calendar days before it takes place.

Applications shall clearly state that they are for the “Financial Manager” position. Applying for the “Financial Manager” position does not prevent the application for other vacancies posted by the PRIMA Consortium, for which the candidate shows to have the required skills.

Candidates from all Participating Countries, and especially female candidates, are strongly welcome. 

Link:

Deadline: 2017-06-30

Tel:

E-mail address: prima@unisi.it

UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID (UCM) IS OFFERING 101 POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS

Organisation offering: MARIE SKŁODOWSKA-CURIE INDIVIDUAL FELLOWSHIP ACTIONS (IF-MSCA)

Details:

Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM) is offering 101 postdoctoral positions linked to the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship Actions (IF-MSCA) within Horizon 2020. You can search and find information about the positions offered in our website BELOW.

What are the MSCA Individual Fellowships?

http://oficinaeuropea.ucm.es/preguntas-frecuentes/item/151-individual-fellowships-msca-if

 

Are you interested in applying for IF-MSCA?

http://oficinaeuropea.ucm.es/msca-expresions-of-interest-2017

Link: http://oficinaeuropea.ucm.es/msca-expresions-of-interest-2017

Deadline: 2017-06-14

Tel:

E-mail address: roselyn.mifsud@gov.mt

Postdoctoral positions linked to the IF-Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions at the University of Siena

Organisation offering: University of Siena

Details:

The University of Siena has an outstanding position in the high level degree education and international research. Within the Department of Molecular and Developmental Biology, the Laboratory of Oxidative Stress provide an excellent clinical research environment. The laboratory of oxidative stress is seeking an excellent early career researcher intending to submit an application linked to the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship Actions (IF-MSCA) within Horizon 2020, having University of Siena as their host institution.

The research areas are now mainly concentrated into specific projects looking for a specialist in chemistry and mass spectrometry of small biological molecules.


What are the MSCA Individual Fellowships?
IF-MSCA is a mobility program funded by the European Commission which aims to contribute to the career development of researchers, and their future employability. Link to the 
Participant Portal for more information and related documents.
Who can apply?

  • Promising researchers from anywhere in the world: all nationalities can apply
  • Mobility is a fundamental rule: you have to come to Europe or move within Europe
  • Experienced researchers only: doctoral degree or at least four years' full-time research experience by the time of the call deadline
  • All areas of research are considered as IF-MSCA are bottom up actions

 Are you interested?

Those researchers interested in the positions offered should contact e.centini@ao-siena.toscana.it  as soon as possible to agree on the preparation of a project proposal to be submitted to the IF-MSCA-2017 call.

Department of Molecular and Developmental Medicine

The Department of Molecular Medicine and Development as an actuator subject will play a prominent role in conducting each phase of the project. The Department has a number of highly innovative laboratories that will be available for project management. In particular, the scientific director Prof. Giuseppe Buonocore has been in charge of a laboratory for decades engaged in clinical research on neonatal diseases. The Ossidative Stress Laboratory has a decade-long experience in the diagnosis of Oxygen-Free Radicals (ROS) and is specialized in the early assessment of Ossidative Stress in Fathers and Infants, with international renown. The evaluation of Oxygen Stress in healthy subjects or in patients undergoing pharmacotherapy is a prerequisite for preventing tissue damage and monitoring the progress and response to the treatment of a possible pathology

In recent years Prof. Buonocore and his laboratory have participated in several pharmacological research projects that have led to and will lead to drug development with the aim of reducing the harmful effects of ROS in infants. In these years of research the Ossidative Stress Laboratory has started a strong collaboration with Siena pharmaceutical companies and not.

Link: https://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/topics/msca-if-2017.html

Deadline: 2017-09-14

Tel:

E-mail address: e.centini@ao-siena.toscana.it

Researchers - Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship at University of Brescia

Organisation offering: University of Brescia

Details:

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships (IF) support international mobility of experienced researchers between countries in Europe or between a European country and a country outside of Europe. MSC fellows carry out their own research project in collaboration with a host institution, and thus have the chance to boost their career by developing new scientific competences and gaining international and collaborative research experience.

Deadline: within half june 2017.  Read more on link below:

Link: https://en.unibs.it/research/research-financing/international-financing/horizon-2020/msca-individual-fellowships

Deadline: 2017-06-17

Tel:

E-mail address: servizio.ricerca@unibs.com

R&D Laboratory Technician

Organisation offering: KONNEKT SEARCH & SELECTION

Details:

R&D Laboratory Technician

A job vacancy for a R&D Laboratory Technician within the pharmaceutical industry has arisen. Reporting to the R&D Laboratory Supervisor you will be responsible for: 

  • Undertaking all required laboratory testing related to product verification and validation
  • Operate electronic, mechanical or computer systems and conduct multiple measurements and process tools as per requirements 
  • Responsible for the documentation of results in laboratory notebook in compliance with good documentation practices
  • Support the test method development process by executing Gage RR protocols 

Education & Experience

The vacancy requires a:

  • Be in possession of a Technical Diploma in a science discipline
  • Demonstrate a technical understanding of physical principles seen during functional testing and also during lab equipment storage

Skills

  • Have excellent interpersonal skills and a keen eye for detail
  • Be meticulous and organised
  • Possess an excellent level of written and spoken English

Our client, a multinational company operating in Malta with increased activity in its manufacturing and trading operations.

Job Reference code: MT 3910/17

Link: https://jobsinmalta.com/r-d-laboratory-technician/job/13988/science-research

Deadline: 2017-06-30

Tel:

E-mail address: info@konnekt.com

Part-Time Research Support Officer III - Synthesis of Nano-particles Through Cold Plasma

Organisation offering: University of Malta

Details:

Applications are invited for a Part-Time Research Support Officer to work with the Food Science department in order to work on the Synthesis of different nanomaterial solutions. The aim of this short project is to synthesize the nanoparticles solutions through the use of cold atmospheric plasma. The nanoparticles produced through this procedure will than be characterized and their synthesis will be optimized.

Link: http://www.um.edu.mt/__data/assets/pdf_file/0019/313633/PTRSOIII-SynNano-Particles.pdf

Deadline: 2017-04-27

Tel:

E-mail address: projects.hrmd@um.edu.mt

Part-Time Research Support Officer II - TO-REACH Project - HORIZON 2020

Organisation offering: University of Malta

Details:

Applications are invited for a Research Support Officer to work on the “Transfer of Organisational innovations for Resilient, Effective, equitable, Accessible, sustainable and Comprehensive Health Services and Systems” (TO-REACH) under the superivsion of the local project leader Dr Natasha Azzopardi-Muscat. The research project is supported by the European Union within the Horizon 2020 Programme. The Research Support Officer may also be required to work on any other projects that are co-ordinated by the Department of Health Services Management.

Link: http://www.um.edu.mt/__data/assets/pdf_file/0017/313082/PTRSOII-TO-REACH.pdf

Deadline: 2017-04-28

Tel:

E-mail address: projects.hrmd@um.edu.mt.