We are seeking a Project Manager to join the IEEC team. The position is within the general IEEC structure and devoted to management support for active projects on space science research. In particular, support will be allocated to groups involved in the construction of instrumentation for ground-based observatories and space missions promoted by the European Space Agency (ESA) or other large consortiums. The Project Manager will work closely with both project leaders as well as the IEEC office for research grants, technology transfer, financial management, and communication. Additionally, the Project Manager shall participate in identifying competitive calls relevant for IEEC and promote research proposal initiatives based on these and assisting IEEC group leaders with the preparation of research proposals.
Job duties include:
- Managing the projects to ensure compliance with project call regulations and deadlines (EU, ESA, Ministry, etc.).
- Promoting communication and collaborations among the partners as well as with relevant initiatives, consortia, and other projects.
- Ensuring that reports, deliverables, and milestones are completed in a timely fashion.
- Organizing project events, meetings, workshops, phone conferences, etc.
- Ensuring disemination actions to present project results to the scientific community and the general public.
- Promote the preparation of new competitive proposals coordinated by IEEC members.
Requirements and conditions
The appointee shall have a degree in Science or Engineering, a strong entrepreneurial spirit, excellent organizational, planning and analytical skills, ability to work flexible hours and motivation to work hard. And she/he will be able to perform tasks independently or as part of a team, and be fluent in English.
We offer two-years position. And salary conditions will be according to institutional salary scales.
Candidates should send the Curriculum Vitae and a letter of interest to Josep Colomé (firstname.lastname@example.org). Call will remain open until suitable candidates are identified.