Competitive salary and flexible working conditions
The European Future Innovation System Centre is a policy think tank and research centre located in the university town of Louvain-la-Neuve with an office in the European Quarter of Brussels.
We welcome interest from qualified individuals to join our team as staff researchers or associate researchers (working with us on a project basis or in developing specific lines of research).
Candidates should have at least a Master degree (holders of a PhD or individuals currently undertaking doctoral studies will be given a preference) in regional development, science and technology and innovation studies or related fields. Three to five years of work experience in the fields of innovation policy, smart specialisation, open science, etc. will be a plus; as will skills and experience in quantitative methods and online data collection and visualisation tools. Fluency in English is a minimum requirement, additional languages are a plus.
The Centre is an equal opportunities employer and is open to flexible working arrangements. Candidates for staff researchers should be EU citizens or eligible for a work visa in a EU Member State.
Candidates may submit an up to date CV (Europass format preferably) and motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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