-30 000 – 35 000 € / year gross income; Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications;
-Opportunity to join a prominent international consortium in both the academic and non-academic sectors;
-Base of work at the Centre for Neuroscience and Cell Biology, a top-tier research center consistently evaluated as “Excellent”, affiliated with the University of Coimbra, a public higher education institution with over 725 years of history, located at a World Heritage site.
1) Applicants should have a PhD or equivalent in neuroscience, biochemistry, biology, pharmacology, or related fields, be highly motivated, self-driven and able to work in a multidisciplinary and multinational consortium.
2) The applicants will preferentially have a master in project management however candidacy of PhD or equivalent in neuroscience, biochemistry, biology, pharmacology, or related fields, will be considered.
Documentation to be submitted
-Two signed recommendation letters;
-Photocopy of all the accrediting titles/degrees (the originals may be requested from candidates at any time during the selection process; failure to present them may lead to exclusion of the candidate from the process).
How to apply
Applications should be addressed to Prof Ana Luísa Carvalho, firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for the submission of applications is 06/06/2019. Interviews of pre-selected candidates are expected to be held soon after the closing date.
Duties of the Project Manager:
-Managing the day-to-day operational aspects of the Syn2Psy project;
-Having a clear picture of the Syn2Psy’ deliverables and timelines, to ensure coordination among partners and their timely delivery;
-Ensuring completion of project documentation, keeping it updated and correctly filed;
-Keeping track of the project’s budget / expenditure (total budget about 3.9 M€);
-Ensuring communication between all beneficiaries of the project and associated members;
-Organizing project meetings, training sessions, and secondments for the 14 ESRs;
-Supporting project communication as needed: generating and/or ensuring the production of content for the Syn2Psy’ communication platforms and targeting different audiences, including the web site, research notes, success stories, reports to media and social media;
-Editing /or tailoring written materials produced by the project;
-Management of Syn2Psy project will be achieved in close relation with the Project Coordinator.
-The candidate is expected to be fluent in speaking and writing in English;
-Good organizational and analytical skills and ability to meet strict deadlines;
-Experience in research project management is a plus;
-Experience about finance management, IPR concerns and ethics issues is valued;
-Knowledge of the H2020 environment will be appreciated;
-The candidate must be able to summarize meeting reports and to sort tasks by level of importance in order to ensure the delivery of reports in due course;
-Enthusiasm, dynamism and capacity for teamwork;
-Proactive, flexible and problem-solving attitude
-A preliminary selection will be done from CVs and Motivation letters.
-At least two signed recommendation letters will be requested in order to validate the pre-selection.
-Preselected candidates will then be interviewed.
1 – Consistency and quality of the CV – 20%,
Evaluation based on an integrated perspective of the path and scientific and curricular merit of the candidate, considering the diversity of scientific indicators relevant for the position.
2 – Science Management and leadership - 40%,
Evaluated by the previous experience of the candidate in science/project management.
3 – Participation in activities of dissemination and exploration of knowledge – 10%,
Including the organization and active participation in courses and scientific meetings, activities of science communication, scientific supervision of students.
4 - Interview – 30%
The jury shall deliberate by means of a nominal vote based on the selection criteria adopted and published, and abstentions shall not be allowed. The panel meetings will be documented in written minutes, containing a summary of what has taken place, as well as the votes cast by each of the members and their reasons, being provided to the candidates whenever requested. After applying the selection criteria, the panel will prepare a sorted list of approved candidates with their classification. The final decision of the jury is approved by the leader of the institution that is also in charge of deciding about hiring.
The present tender is exclusively aimed at filling the vacancy indicated, may be terminated until the homologation of the final ranking list of candidates, and expires with the respective occupation of the job on offer.
Non-discrimination and equal access policy: The CNC actively promotes a policy of non-discrimination and equal access, so that no candidate can be privileged, beneficiary, disadvantaged or private of any right or exemption from any duty owing, in particular, to ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, family situation, economic situation, education, social origin or condition, genetic heritage, reduced working capacity, disability, chronic illness, nationality, ethnic origin or race, territory of origin, language, religion, political or ideological beliefs and trade union membership.
Under the terms of D.L. No. 29/2001, of February 3, a candidate with disability has a preference in equal classification, which prevails over any other legal preference. Candidates must declare their respective degree of disability, the type of disability and the means of communication / expression to be used in the selection process, under the terms of the afore mentioned diploma, on the application form.
Under the terms of the RU 2016/679 27/04/2016 and Law nº 67/98 26/10 the personal data collected by the entity is for recruitment purposes only. Personal data collected by the entity by means of this application are intended to assess whether candidates are suitable for the place requested and for the preliminary calculation of the remuneration, bonuses and perks of the candidates who are admitted to the recruitment. The data entered in the application are essential data in the weighting of the selection of candidates, which may affect the efficiency and the result of the respective application if the candidates do not provide them. Personal data of unsuitable candidates will be retained by the entity for a period of five years for eventual subsequent recruitment. Applications may be transferred by the entity to its own premises or to the entities of the consortium where there are job openings during the abovementioned period. Candidates shall benefit, in accordance with the law, from the rights of access and rectification. For the exercise of the right of access, they must submit the request in writing to the person in charge of the entity.