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Socio-Economic Studies and Policy Officer in the framework of the H2020 FCCIS project (M/F)

This offer is available in the following languages:
Français - Anglais

Date Limite Candidature : vendredi 29 janvier 2021

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General information

Reference : UMR5814-CLABOM-048
Date of publication : Friday, January 08, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Technical / Administrative
Contract Period : 24 months
Expected date of employment : 1 March 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : between 2206 € et 2616 € monthly gross, according to work experience
Desired level of education : 5-year university degree
Experience required : Indifferent


The LAPP laboratory of the CNRS offers a position for a Socio-Economic Studies and Policy Officer (M/F) in the framework of the FCCIS project (Future Circular Collider Innovation Study), a project funded by the European Commission in the EU Horizon 2020 framework programme (grant agreement n° 951754). The aim of the international FCCIS project is the design of the FCC accelerator optimised in terms of performance, integrated with territorial requirements and identified constraints (such as cost, sustainability, operational efficiency and minimisation of energy/environmental impact).
The candidate will report to the laboratory management, cooperate with the LAPP's FCC scientific research team, work closely with CERN and other international collaboration partners leading the FCCIS work package that will provide a study of the economic model, innovation and socio-economic impact of the realisation of CERN's future FCC particle collider.
The candidate will be tasked with conducting a project study more focused on the feasibility and territorial socio-economic impact in France (the main host State of the FCC infrastructure), in the field of regional development, industrial policy, research and innovation policy and the evaluation of public policies and investment projects.


- Participation in the FCCIS work package that will develop the financial roadmap for the FCC infrastructure project, including cost estimates, a financing plan and a socio-economic impact analysis, an assessment of the relevance of a complementary and geographically distributed international in-kind participation scheme.
- Studies and coordination of research activities related to the analysis of the socio-economic and environmental impacts of the future CERN circular collider, focusing on the territorial and regional benefits for the French region of Annecy and Haute Savoie; development of a model for the potential territorial effects and benefits of the project for the construction and long-term operation of the FCC infrastructure in the region.
- Feasibility study for the creation of a second CERN technology centre for FCC research infrastructure in the Annecy region, based on the LAPP laboratory.
- Activities will include:
* Drafting of key documents in English, such as research and analysis reports and working papers.
* Data collection and processing for statistical analysis and graphical production, documentary and bibliographical analysis, face-to-face interviews and organisation of dedicated forums.
* Preparation of communication materials in English and French.
* Maintaining working relations with external experts and partner organisations in the field of the activities organised, in particular with regional industrial partners, stakeholders from different interest groups and notified bodies from the host State, local authorities, universities and the CNRS.
The finalised studies could potentially be the subject of a PhD thesis in economics (of research infrastructures.)


- Master's degree in management, administration, economics, territorial development or political science.
- Knowledge of the European Union's regional development and innovation policies and CERN's institutional framework, attested by university exams, previous professional experience or postgraduate courses, would be an asset.
- Previous professional experience in other research centres and/or international organisations or as a socio-economic researcher or similar would be highly appreciated.
- Ability to prepare and write reports and present summary data in English and French.
- Ability to communicate diplomatically, editorially and orally.
- Good analytical, synthesis and interpretation skills.
- Ability to integrate the activity and be a driving force in an international team and in a matrix organisation.
- Good interpersonal skills, organisational skills and a taste for teamwork.
- Demonstrate rigour, reliability and concern for success.
- Ability to manage work autonomously, to take initiatives and to adapt quickly to changing projects and tasks.
- Fluency in French (mother tongue or C2) and English (C1 or C2), preferably attested by a language certificate.
- Excellent knowledge of MS Office tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- Basic knowledge or experience in one or more of the fields of science and engineering would be an asset.

Work Context

LAPP is a laboratory of the National Institut of Particle and Nuclear Physics (IN2P3), an institute of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) which coordinates programmes in these fields. The LAPP is a joint research unit (UMR 5814) of the CNRS and the University Savoie Mont-Blanc (USMB). More than 150 researchers, teacher-researchers, engineers, technicians, administrative staff, students and foreign visitors work there. The research carried out at the LAPP is aimed at studying the physics of elementary particles and their fundamental interactions, as well as exploring their links with the large structures of the Universe. The work of the LAPP teams aims, among other things, to understand the origin of the mass of particles, to unravel the mystery of dark matter and to determine what happened to the antimatter present in our universe at the time of the Big Bang.
Référence :
Site web LAPP: https://lapp.in2p3.fr/
Site web CERN: https://home.cern
Site web FCC: https://fcc.web.cern.ch
Informations FCCIS:

Constraints and risks

Some short trips have to be planned in France and abroad.

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