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European Project Manager (M/W)

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

Date Limite Candidature : jeudi 5 novembre 2020

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General information

Reference : UPR8241-RINPOL-003
Workplace : TOULOUSE,TOULOUSE
Date of publication : Thursday, October 15, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Technical / Administrative
Contract Period : 12 months
Expected date of employment : 1 December 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 2088 and 2206€ per month gross salary depending on experience
Desired level of education : 5-year university degree
Experience required : 1 to 4 years

Missions

The European Project Manager (EPM) will play a key role in the project and will take full part of the team. As the right hand of the scientific coordinator, the EPM missions will be to ensure the proper running of the consortium and to facilitate the general functioning in conformity with the terms of the grant agreement and of the consortium agreement. These functions also comprise a large panel of tasks related to organizational, administrative, financial and juridical management of the project. The EPM will also play a major role in the implementation of the project communication actions, including in collaboration with the Early Stage Researchers (ESR) on specific projects of scientific popularization.

Activities

Main activities
Project Coordination: Assist the coordinator in the supervision of the project implementation and the work plan monitoring; Develop and implement the tools needed to manage the project (procedures, guides, document models, collaborative platforms, etc.); Prepare the consortium meetings; lead the network and facilitate the exchanges between the partners; Ensure, in collaboration with the competent services of the CNRS Regional Delegation “West Occitanie”, the liaison between the consortium and the European Commission (Research Executive Agency).
Administrative management: Assist the partners on the administrative aspects of the project, verify the application of the administrative rules and procedures proper to Horizon 2020 and particularly to the Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions; Follow the production of the deliverables and participate in the drafting of the activity reports.
Financial management: Monitor the expenditures (cost breakdown and transfer of funds, budget update and monitoring, internal financial summaries, etc.); Coordinate the preparation, consolidation and submission of financial reports in close collaboration with the CNRS Regional Delegation, respecting the deadlines specified by the European Commission; Ensure that all justification documents are correctly drawn up and kept by each partner, in anticipation of possible audits.
Legal follow-up: Ensure compliance with the obligations described in the grant agreement and the consortium agreement; Monitor and update (endorsements) contractual documents.
Communication: Implement internal communication actions (dissemination of information, animation of the collaborative platform, etc.); Participate in external communication actions (popular science projects, writing press releases and the content of the public part of the project website, etc.); Participate in the development of the Data Management Plan of the project, and ensure its application by the partners.
Activities specific to ITN actions:
Supervise the recruitment of young researchers (ensure compliance with the schedule defined in the work plan, distribute job offers, organize recruitments, ensure the compliance of employment contracts, welcome and support young researchers in their installation, etc. .); Coordinate the organization of events related to projects (training, secondments, workshops, conferences, etc.); Sensitize partners to the dissemination of results, respect for gender equality and the science / society link.

Skills

Qualification / Skills required:
Master or equivalent, including training in European project management; Knowledge of the management rules of the European Commission within the framework of the Horizon 2020 framework program and more particularly of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions; Knowledge of the organization and operation of public research in France; Good knowledge of financial and administrative management; Excellent command of English (language of communication within the consortium) and command of French (language in which a significant part of the project administration will be done), both written and spoken; Know and master project management tools (spreadsheets, planning tools, etc.); Experience in leading European and / or international projects will be appreciated; Knowledge in the area of communication and organization of events will be appreciated.
Required qualities:
Great sense of thoroughness and organization; Dynamism, reactivity and autonomy; Ability to work in a team and in an intercultural environment (sense of diplomacy); Essential writing and synthesis skills; A scientific culture in the field of chemistry would be a plus.

Work Context

The Laboratory of Coordination Chemistry (LCC-UPR 8241) is recruiting a full-time European Project Manager (European Project Manager, EPM) to ensure the implementation and monitoring of a European project of the Training-through-research Network type (ITN-EJD, Innovative Training Network - Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions): "Coordination Chemistry Inspires Molecular Catalysis" (CCIMC).
The CCIMC project, coordinated by Rinaldo Poli, brings together a consortium of 19 organizations including 9 beneficiaries and 10 partners, representing 9 countries (France, United Kingdom, Italy, Denmark, Spain, Poland, Germany, Ukraine, Romania). Over a period of 4 years, it plans to train 15 doctoral students (Early-Stage Researchers, ESRs) in the field of chemistry.

Constraints and risks

N/A

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