Monday 09

Several job opportunities (Transport, Bioeconomy, Blue Growth & Water; Digital Contents & Science Communication; LGBTQI & Engagement; GIS & Sustainable Cities; Science & evidence in public life; GDPR)

Posted by RRI Tools on 09 Apr 2018

  • ERRIN is looking to recruit a Member Relations Officer (Brussels)

The role of Member Relations Officer is to facilitate the running of several ERRIN Working Groups and supporting the profile raising of both ERRIN as an organisation as well as its members.  

ERRIN currently has 14 Working Groups covering a vast variety of research and innovation topics. The Working Groups are co-lead by ERRIN members and supported by the ERRIN secretariat. The themes of the Working Groups may vary, but currently, the Members Relations Officer supports Working Groups on Transport, Bioeconomy, Blue Growth and Water. 
 
The post will also involve giving regular presentations on ERRIN and its key activities, as well as supporting the Director with tasks linked to organisation of Management Board meetings and Annual General Meetings.  

Deadline for applications: 13 April 17.00 CET

For more info see here

  • Digital Content Producer (News) at the Natural History Museum (London)

The role

  • Be part of a growing digital team at the Natural History Museum in the Digital Media and Marketing Department. Collaborate with in-house scientists to create digital news content about the Museum's scientific research, collections and public programme.
  • The Digital Content Producer is responsible for reporting compelling, accurate news about the Museum's scientific research, collections, and public programme.
  • Working with various Museum departments, the Digital Content Producer will develop and create fast-turnaround news aimed at both general and scientific audiences.
  • Reporting to the Digital Content Manager (News), they will create engaging news reports and editorial features for the Museum's digital platforms to help drive traffic, provide public value and place the Museum's work into the national news agenda.                     
  • The Digital Content Producer will ensure that all content is produced to a high standard, taking into account style guidelines and industry standards for SEO and accessibility.
  • The role entails working with a wide range of staff members and managing conflicting priorities. The Digital Content Producer will need to be organised, diplomatic and an effective communicator.
  • The Digital Content Producer will also provide training for colleagues, supporting staff outside of the team commissioned to produce editorial features.

For more info see here 

Deadline for applications: 9am on Wednesday 19 April 2018

  • Membership engagement officer at IGLYO (Brussels)

IGLYO’s Secretariat in Brussels is recruiting for a brand new post: Membership Engagement Officer. The ideal candidate will be an excellent communicator, able to build strong relationships with our existing members and reach out to new organisations to convince them of the benefits of becoming part of the largest LGBTQI youth and student network in the world. The role will involve reviewing the needs and priorities or our member organisations, making them aware of all the opportunities at IGLYO, and providing them with support. Other duties will include assisting with the planning and delivery of IGLYO’s training and events, developing our alumni network and building IGLYO’s archives. If you are highly organised, energetic and persuasive, and interested in listening to and supporting others, we would love to hear from you!

For more info see here

Deadline for applications: 25 April 2018 at 20:00 CET

  • Earthwatch is recruiting a qualified GIS specialist to assist in the construction of an online Esri-based data platform for the Sustainable Cities programme (Oxford)

 

 

 

 

 

Key deliverables:

  • The construction of nine data acquisition survey forms
  • Supporting the development of an online database for project scientific partners
  • Supporting the development of data-stories for each project
  • Delivering GIS work on international projects
  • Preparing and coordinating GIS systems for researchers based in the UK and overseas (travel not required)
  • Liaising with internal and external researchers
  • Undertaking GIS mapping, analysis and data management
  • Analysing and developing databases
  • Working with Earthwatch's lead GIS researcher to deliver GIS deliverables to tight deadlines
  • Undertaking quality control of GIS work undertaken by researchers and the public when required
  • Contributing to the technical development of the GIS systems through sharing ideas and innovations
  • Performing other duties and responsibilities as required from time to time by your manager or Earthwatch
  • A key requirement of this role is the effective collaboration with Earthwatch's lead GIS researcher and Senior Research Manager. You will also be working with research partners from across the globe and multiple external partners.

For more info see here

Deadline: 29 April 2018

  • Head of fundraising at Sense about Science (London)

Sense about Science is a unique campaigning charity that challenges the misrepresentation of science and evidence in public life. We advocate openness and honesty about research findings and work to ensure the public interest in sound science and evidence is recognised in public discussion and policymaking.

We’ve changed many debates about science and evidence over the past 15 years by involving the public and researchers in challenging misleading claims; we started and lead the AllTrials campaign for all clinical trials to be registered and reported; we review the transparency of government’s use of evidence each year; and run the Ask for Evidence public campaign. We help people use scientific questioning to navigate debates, from forensic genetics to allergies. Our direct approach to difficult subjects is ‘public-led, expert-fed’ and it is in high demand.

We now have a vacancy for a head of fundraising to develop and deliver a fundraising strategy and pipeline, working with the leadership and wider team to ensure we have a healthy, sustainable philanthropic income stream.

Responsibilities

Achieve the charity’s fundraising ambitions through:

  • Ensuring relationships with existing donors are maintained and nurtured effectively across our team and board
  • Researching prospective donors, including foundations and individuals, and planning and orchestrating approaches
  • Writing effective funding introductions, applications, proposals and donor reports
  • Overseeing systems for tracking prospects, donor communications and the impact of funded work
  • Working with the director to determine strategic priorities and ensure they will deliver funds to agreed targets
  • Ensuring the highest professional and ethical standards are adopted to meet relevant legal, professional, regulatory and compliance requirements
  • Reporting accurate and timely updates back to the director
  • Ensuring that all pledged and committed income is collected from sources.

For more info see here

Application deadline: 10am, Monday 30 April

  • Research Analyst with expertise and experience in relation to GDPR at Trilateral Research (London)

Trilateral Research is a leading London-based multi-disciplinary research, consulting and technology services development company. Our teams collaborate across social sciences and technology development, deriving insights that support data-driven innovation. We deliver bespoke, multi-disciplinary services to clients in the public and private sectors (including European Commission-funded H2020 innovation projects).

Trilateral is recruiting for a research analyst with expertise and experience in relation to GDPR, including sound knowledge or interest in European data protection legislation, notably the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Police Directive and the e-Privacy Regulation.

Key responsibilities

  • Developing proposals and bids for new projects, as well as executing the work required by clients in the areas to include: GDPR compliance activities, data protection impact assessments, data mapping services to aid in addressing risk management issues and complying with GDPR requirements, developing consent and privacy notices
  • Writing briefs for clients on above topic areas
  • Managing internal GDPR related projects, to ensure organisational compliance with all processes and procedures, including internal training of senior staff, interfacing with the ICO, and responding to all requests for information.
  • Undertake systematic Data Protection Act compliance audits in accordance with the Information Commissioners audit tool, including any third-party premises where appropriate

For more info see here


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