European External Action Service (EEAS)
A position as Administrative assistant/deputy Head of Administration in West Bank and Gaza.
We will offer to the successful candidate a contract corresponding to a Contract Agent FG III, as per Article 3a of the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union (CEOS) for an initial period of 3 years, with possibility of renewal.
The Administration Assistant will be responsible, under the authority of the Head of Delegation (HOD) and under the direct responsibility of the Head of Administration (HOA), for the day-to-day running of the Delegation.
East Jerusalem, West Bank and Gaza ()
European Agency for the operational management of large‐scale IT systems in the area of freedom, security and justice (eu-LISA)
Play a key role in ALMA user-facing activities, including providing scientific guidance into tool development and Phase 2 support.
Perform general ARC duties, including answering helpdesk tickets and undertaking astronomer-on-duty shifts in Chile.
Proactively propose improvements of existing processes and documentation and suggest new methods to increase quality and efficiency of ARC services.
Constructively work together with other ARC staff and ALMA operations staff around the globe.
Contribute to the development of training material for ALMA users.
As an astronomer and member of the ESO Astronomy Faculty, you will be expected and encouraged to conduct a strong personal research programme and to participate actively in the scientific life of ESO. This includes the interaction and possible supervision of students and maintaining relations with other parts of the wider organisation. Up to 50% of your time will be available for research activities.
The tasks are not limited to the above and a flexible approach and willingness to adapt is required.
Eurojust regularly invites practitioners from national authorities, inter-governmental organisation, independent university or research organisation or the public sector in the EU Member States to work as Seconded National Experts (SNEs). These experts add value in numerous ways, offering knowledge and experience in their specialised areas and fostering cooperation between Eurojust and EU judicial authorities. In return, the secondment is an opportunity for experts to develop new skills and insights that will benefit their home authorities.
The Department of History and Civilisation and the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies seek outstanding candidates with an established record in research and supervision on the history of East-Central and South-Eastern Europe from the late-nineteenth century to the present.
The position is open to historians specialising incultural, economic, institutional, international, political, social, and transnational approaches. We are particularly interested in candidates who combine two or more of these approaches
Under the responsibility of the Head of Geospatial Information Services, reporting to the Head of Data and Information Services (see organisational chart), the Expert shall be responsible for taking the lead on the Copernicus land monitoring data and service production and related user uptake of Copernicus services at the EEA and Eionet, in close cooperation with European and national public administrations, industrial service providers.
This vacancy notice concerns a Seconded National Expert position. Rules applicable to National Experts seconded to EMSA can be found on the following link: http://www.emsa.europa.eu/recruitment-info/seconded-national-experts.html
Project Officer - Scientific- ITC for Radioactivity Environmental: Project Officer for scientific activities, whose responsibility will consist of coordinating and providing operational support to the radioactivity environmental monitoring and Emergency response area that includes organising and managingREM databases, ECURIE and EURDEP.
More info: https://recruitment.jrc.ec.europa.eu/showprj.php?type=A&id=2085
ECDC plans to recruit one person for the above-mentioned vacancy. ECDC also aims to establish a reserve list, which may be used for any future vacancies in the area. The Project Office Support Officer undertakes tasks related to project management coordination and support across ECDC, planned and carried out by the Executive Office. He/she will work in close collaboration with the Project Management Officer in the Executive Office.
We are looking for a dynamic and highly motivated colleague with a background in biokinetics.The overall aim is to support the identification, evaluation and application of non-animal methods for Adsorption, Distribution, Metabolism, Elimination (ADME) in the safety and sustainability assessment ofchemicals. Such methods include in vitro models and computational ones (e.g. quantitative structure-activity relationships). A secondary aim is to explore the application of ADME models and biokinetic considerations in biomedical research.
Sciences Po in Paris is calling for outstanding applications for visiting faculty from around the world. In the 2022-2023 academic year, we will open two visiting faculty positions in the social sciences or humanities, for up to a semester-long each (6-weeks minimum).
Applicants must be current full-time permanent faculty members of their home university under the age of 65 years old.