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Host offer for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships

If you are an experiences young researcher or a doctorate holder with expertise in a field related to the pillars of RRI, we are happy to welcome you in our team. Please do not hesitate to contact us for discussing your application to the Society and Enterprise panel of MSCA Individual Fellowships at our company.

Conditions: The applicant must be an experienced researcher (4 years or more working experience after his/her master degree or equivalent). Periods of inactivity in research do not count towards the time of research experience. The researcher may be of any nationality. No age restrictions apply. The researcher must move or have moved from any country to Germany (the researcher cannot have resided or carried out the main activity (work, studies, etc.) in Germany for more than three years in the five years immediately before the call deadline.)

The position (s) are open for candidates from all scientific areas who are interested in working in a research topic covering so called horizontal activities within natural sciences. More specific we are looking for researcher

  • who are interested to investigate and compare horizontal activities within existing MSCA IFs and ITNs or projects from life-sciences and biotechnology. We will investigate and compare how the activities within at different partner institutions will be implemented and transfered cross institutional but also cross boarders. We will focus on activities in context with standardisation, data manegement, gender issues, exploitation strategies and education. However, we are open for your suggestion for a project in the research area of RRI/natural sciences.
  • who are interested in investigating the question: Standardisation in life-science research – crucially needed or an unnecessary and annoying regulation? SBSM is member of several initiatives dealing with standardisation across Europe. The candidate will have access to our network and will have best opportunities to investigate and compare the different approaches in academia and non academia. The aim is to develop and suggest solutions how to create a show case for harmonization to improve communication and sharing of data amongst researchers within Europe and beyond.

Please have a look to the call text and the guide for applicants for MSCA Actions before you contact us.

All applications must be sent to Babette Regierer and Susanne Hollmann (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) no later than August 1st 2018 and include the following:

  • A full CV including contact details.
  • Motivation letter including a short project description of the project you will run with us. (This should fit to one of the above mentioned topics).
  • A reference or recommendation letter.

 

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