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Reference : UMR7326-FRELEP-056
Workplace : MARSEILLE 13
Date of publication : Tuesday, January 05, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Technical / Administrative
Contract Period : 12 months
Expected date of employment : 1 March 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : 2221 € gross monthly according to experience
Desired level of education : 5-year university degree
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
The European project manager assists the scientific coordinator in the management and implementation of the European infrastructure project in astronomy ORP (OPTICON-RadioNet Pilot), funded by the European Commission (EC) within the framework of Horizon 2020, and coordinated by the CNRS.
He / she will be responsible for coordinating the consortium and facilitating its general operation, in accordance with the terms of the grant agreement and the consortium agreement. His/Her functions will thus cover a set of tasks related to the organizational, administrative and financial management of the project as well as to communication.
Based at the administrative service of the Laboratory of Astrophysics of Marseille (LAM), and in collaboration with the scientific coordinator of the project, the project manager will work at the interface with the national and international partners of ORP, the services of the CNRS regional delegation, the Scientific Partnerships Service of the CNRS National Institute of Earth sciences and Astronomy (INSU), and the European Commission.
- Assist the scientific coordinator in the implementation of the project and the monitoring of the work plan
- Provide the interface between the European Commission and the consortium, in collaboration with the coordinating teams of the OPTICON and RadioNet networks
- Manage the consortium coordination and facilitate the exchanges between partners
- Prepare, monitor and update the management tools for project management (guide, procedures, website with collaborative space, etc.)
- Implement communication actions internally (mailing, intranet, etc.) and externally (preparation of press releases, coordination of the website, newsletter, etc.)
- Organize consortium meetings, conferences and workshops, write agendas and reports
- Follow-up the production of deliverables and participate in the drafting of activity reports
- Monitor expenses with the services of the CNRS regional office
- Coordinate the preparation, consolidation and submission of financial reports in collaboration with the services of the CNRS regional office and within the deadlines set by the EC
- Ensure compliance with the obligations described in the grant agreement and the consortium agreement
- Monitor and update contractual documents (amendments) in collaboration with the services of the CNRS regional office
- Training and experience in the management of European projects / infrastructures / research projects
- Very good analytical, synthesis and writing skills
- Be autonomous in the exercise of his/her activities, and organization,
- Precision and strong reactivity
- Adaptation and communication skills
- Be able to work in a team, especially in a multi-cultural context
- Experience in the international field
- Excellent level of spoken and written English (level C1)
- Strong interest in Earth sciences and Astronomy
- Sense of initiative
ORP (OPTICON-RadioNet Pilot) is a 4 year European astronomical infrastructure network project, bringing together two multi-messenger astronomical observation communities and their respective research infrastructures, RadioNet and OPTICON. The ORP project aims to launch a coordinated and coherent access plan to a set of infrastructures in radio and optical astronomy, including a harmonization and simplification of access procedures, allowing the development of these infrastructures and their capacities, bringing together the communities and supporting the training of astronomers, in order to strengthen Europe's position as a leader in the field.
Laboratory of Astrophysics of Marseille (LAM) is a leading European space laboratory combining astrophysical research and instrument development for large ground-based and space telescopes. LAM researchers conduct international programs combining observation, analysis, modeling and theory. LAM technical skills in instrumentation development are based on: in-situ expertise in optical and mechanical design, technology facilities unique in Europe and a center of astrophysical data (CESAM). LAM thus manages instrument development projects from their early design to operation and data analysis, in partnership with major funding agencies (CNES, ESA, ESO, NASA).
Constraints and risks
- Déplacements en France et en Europe à prévoir
- Travelling in France and Europe to be expected
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