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Project manager for partnership research projects (M/F)

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

Date Limite Candidature : dimanche 31 mars 2024

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Informations générales

Intitulé de l'offre : Project manager for partnership research projects (M/F) (H/F)
Référence : UMR5001-CATPOD-013
Nombre de Postes : 1
Lieu de travail : ST MARTIN D HERES
Date de publication : lundi 5 février 2024
Type de contrat : CDI de Mission Technique/Administratif
Durée du contrat : 87 mois
Date d'embauche prévue : 1 avril 2024
Quotité de travail : Temps complet
Rémunération : 2940
Niveau d'études souhaité : Niveau 7 - (Bac+5 et plus)
Expérience souhaitée : 1 à 4 années
BAP : Sciences Humaines et Sociales
Emploi type : Ingénieur-e de recherche en production, traitement et analyse de données

Missions

Under the responsibility of Sandrine Anquetin and the operational guidance of Isabelle Ruin, your mission is to propose and implement the co-production strategy of climate services with all stakeholders (scientists, territorial actors).

Activités

• Facilitate links and dialogue between climate scientists and public decision-makers at the territorial level.
• Initiate and support the emergence and improvement of climate services at the scale of the Alpine and Atlantic territories, as well as major metropolitan areas.
• Contribute to the management and animation of the national interGREC network.
• Lead the co-construction of specifications for the development of climate services prototypes.
• Contribute to identifying, listing, and monitoring activities related to climate services for socio-economic actors contributing to climate change adaptation and mitigation goals.
• Contribute to facilitating the use of project-derived climate services by stakeholders.
• Contribute to the evaluation of climate services within the framework of mitigation and/or adaptation strategies.
• Propose and implement elicitation and scientific mediation techniques.

Compétences

General Knowledge:
• Engineer's degree (or equivalent) confirmed in support of partnership projects in the fields of development, territorial planning, environment, or public action.
• Mastery of survey techniques and/or tools of social sciences.
• Mastery of communication techniques and tools, as well as scientific mediation.
• Knowledge of climate sciences and the challenges of mitigation and adaptation.
• Understanding of the functioning of local authorities.
• Knowledge of the organization and functioning of public research and higher education.
• English: Level B2 to C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
• French : Level C2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Operational Skills:
Know-How:
• Project management.
• Initiate and lead partnerships.
• Play a role as a consultant and decision support.
• Have good analytical and synthesis skills.
• Have good writing skills in French and English.
• Communicate and demonstrate pedagogy to various audiences (researchers, actors, decision-makers).
Significant Experience:
• Experience in supporting, managing, and promoting research.
• Highly desirable experience in R&D programs in the field of environmental sustainability and territorial development, focusing on the valorization of research for socio-economic actors and territorial engineering.
• Experience in designing and coordinating events contributing to science-society dialogue would be a plus.
Soft Skills:
• Autonomy in carrying out tasks.
• Ability to anticipate, manage priorities, assess situations, take initiatives, and propose improvement strategies.
• Ability to work in a team.
• Demonstrate high precision and responsiveness.
• Adaptability and communication skills

Résultats attendus et contrôles

Submission of the final report

Contexte de travail

The Institute of Geosciences of the Environment (IGE) is a public research laboratory under the auspices of CNRS/INSU, IRD, INRAE, University Grenoble Alpes (UGA), and Grenoble-INP. It brings together approximately 330 individuals, including 190 permanent members (researchers, lecturer-researchers, engineers), and about 140 doctoral students, postdoctoral researchers, and personnel on fixed-term contracts. The laboratory also hosts several dozen interns and scientific visitors each year. The laboratory is located on three sites of the University Campus in Grenoble (Glaciology sites, MCP/OSUG-B, and INRAE Grenoble Saint Martin d'Hères).
IGE is one of the main laboratories of the Observatory of Sciences of the Universe of Grenoble (OSUG), a federative structure of INSU.
This recruitment is part of the TRACCS research program (Transforming Climate Modeling for Climate Services, https://climeri-france.fr/pepr-traccs/)), which brings together the French climate modeling community. Its activities cover the fundamental understanding of climate change and its impacts, extending to the development of prototypes of climate services co-constructed by stakeholders and climate modeling experts. The aim is to accelerate the development of climate models to meet societal expectations in terms of climate action, particularly in the field of adaptation to upcoming climate change.
The program is organized into 10 targeted projects and a governance project, supplemented by projects in response to calls for proposals. It is endowed with €51 million over 10 years. It is co-led by CNRS and Météo-France, with 7 other academic partners. The activities of governance projects and targeted projects will be primarily conducted in the Paris region (laboratories of the Institut Pierre-Simon Laplace (IPSL)), in Toulouse (CNRM and other entities of Météo-France, CERFACS), and in Grenoble (Institute of Geosciences of the Environment (IGE)).
This recruitment is within the framework of the targeted project PC1-DIALOG, which aims to facilitate dialogue between stakeholders and the scientific community for the development of sustainable climate services. This project is co-led by CNRS, Météo-France, and CEA. It is endowed with €2.3 million over 8 years. The PC1-DIALOG project is co-led by Sandrine Anquetin (CNRS-IGE), Nathalie de Noblet (CEA-LSCE), and Julie Jebeile (CNRS-CNRM).
As part of PC1-DIALOG, three recruitments of this type are planned with complementary scopes (socio-economic actors, assignment to Toulouse; territorial actors, assignment to Grenoble; international actors, assignment to Paris).
The position falls within a sector related to the protection of scientific and technical potential (PPST) and, in accordance with regulations, requires that your arrival be authorized by the competent authority of the MESR.

Le poste se situe dans un secteur relevant de la protection du potentiel scientifique et technique (PPST), et nécessite donc, conformément à la réglementation, que votre arrivée soit autorisée par l'autorité compétente du MESR.

Contraintes et risques

None. National travel is expected with stakeholders and within the framework of PC1-DIALOG project meetings and the TRACCS program.