A Science Officer role has opened up in the European Centre for Information on Marine Sciences and Technology (EurOcean). The role will primarily demand the successful applicant contribut to EurOcean's activities in marine knowledge management and supporting the organisation's tasks within the H2020 Columbus project. This would involve, in particular, tasks related to the management of knowledge outputs, dissemination of the project result, and legacy issues.
Ideally, the chosen candidate will have a degree in marine sciences or a related discipline, and all applicants must have a minumum of three years' experience working in marine research support activities. They should also have experience working on European Commission funded marine projects and be familiar with issues related to the European Integrated Marine Policy, including Blue Growth.
This application is open to European Union citizens as well as those from outside the European Union.
This is a fulltime position and the successful candidate will be awarded a service contract with a duration of 6 months (possibly extended up to 9 months), starting preferably in April 2017.