The EOSC Association (EOSC-A) was established in July 2020 as an international non-profit Association (AISBL) in Belgium. With already over 230 member and observer organisations from across Europe, the Association represents a single voice for the advocacy and representation for the broader EOSC Stakeholder community in Europe, promoting alignment of EU research policy and priorities. An essential role of the Association is to continuously develop the EOSC Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) which will influence future EOSC activities at institutional, national and EU level.
The EOSC Association AISBL is seeking to fill the position of a Policy Officer as soon as possible.
In this role, the Policy Officer will be part of the Secretariat, which advises and supports the General Assembly and the Board and coordinates the implementation of their decisions. The Policy Officer will be reporting to the Secretary General.
This is an opportunity to work with an extremely motivated, broad, and diverse scientific community that is paving the way to Open Science. You will interact with decision makers within the community, the EU institutions and on member state level and will contribute to enabling impactful science in the digital age.
They offer a permanent position in their newly established office in Brussels. Diversity is a core value of their organisation.
You can apply by sending your CV and a cover letter to Sebastien Bechara at email@example.com. indicating ‘EOSC-Policy Officer‘ in the subject line.
The deadline to apply for the position is the 5th of December 2022. We encourage interested candidates to not wait and to apply as early as possible due to assessment on a rolling basis.
Starting Date as soon as possible.
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