The Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences offers a 2-year full position (with the option to extend the contract) in the highest pay-scheme for German university researchers. They are looking for a colleague who is experienced in developing communication strategies, and also effective in bringing these to life, mainly for one major international research project with partners from Africa, Asia, and Europe. English native-speakers preferred. The new colleague would additionally support teaching and training in our Science Communication programmes. Applications by 6th Nov 2017.
Rhine-Waal is Germany’s first fully international public university. All of the degree programmes in our faculty are in English. 80% of our
students are international. This diversity also guides our approach in research and teaching: being comparative about the different systems of
science, media, and policy. Read More
Would you like to take part in the Ecsite Conference, the largest of its kind in Europe, assist in the making of the Spokes magazine and get a glimpse of the Brussels EU-scene? Are you a student, fluent in English and proficient on social media? This might be your opportunity! Check out here the description of this internship and apply by the end of Wednesday 15 November.
Ecsite is the European network of science centres and museums. We represent more than 350 organisations across Europe and the world, active in what we call ‘science engagement’: communicating scientific subjects and skills to the public and facilitating democratic dialogue between science and society. Our friendly, cosmopolitan Brussels office is looking for one communications and events intern whose missions will include attending our flagship annual conference in June.
Are you passionate about science communication and project management? Do you want to gain first-hand experience working on EU-funded projects in our friendly, cosmopolitan Brussels office? You might be just the person our project management team is looking for! Applications for this position will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so be sure to express your interest early.
Ecsite is the European network of science centres and museums. They represent more than 350 organisations across Europe and the world, active in science engagement: communicating scientific subjects and skills to the public and facilitating democratic dialogue between science and society. Our friendly, cosmopolitan Brussels office is looking for an intern to work alongside the project management team. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to gain experience in project management, find out how EU-funded projects function and experience the dynamic field of science communication and museums. Read More
The Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) is looking for an enthusiastic Junior Communications Officer to support the implementation and content managing/creation of the website of the newly created Severo Ochoa – María de Maeztu alliance, supported by the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness. This network aims at increasing the visibility and international recognition of the Severo Ochoa Programme, and of the centers and units distinguished with this label of Excellence.
As the Junior Communications Officer you will work under the supervision of the Communications and Public Relation Department and the International and Scientific Affairs Department at the CRG. Deadline: Please submit your application by September 25th, 2017 Read More
CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, is looking for a head for the Arts and Science programme who would play a leading part in promoting dialogue between artists and particle physicists.
You will join the International Relations Sector (IR), Education, Communications and Outreach Group (ECO) that is responsible for generating public engagement in science, producing and distributing information, fostering community-building and consolidating support for CERN and its mission. Read More
Starlab Barcelona would like to engage a communication responsible for its H2020 FET project Luminous. The project studies consciousness at different levels including clinical applications. We are looking for a person that will take care of all dissemination activities within the project including press relations, web site, and social media.
Excellent English knowledge is a requirement of the position. Knowledge and experience in the clinical domain including data management is a plus. They are looking for a candidate with creative communication skills, proactive, autonomous and very good team player. Starlab Barcelona offers a part-time contract of 16 h/month for the project duration with the possibility of extending responsibilities within other areas of the Neuroscience Business Unit at Starlab. Read More
The candidate will be requested to:
- Direct the staff and operations of the Office for Strategic Communications in the Nelson Institute.
- Control Nelson Institute’s communication platforms: web sites, social media, print media, etc.
- Work as link with different communication units and committees at the University.
- Help prepare public remarks, presentations, magazine columns, etc.
The Center for Climate Change Communication at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to join their climate communication research team.
The Fellow will contribute to our ongoing Climate Matters project, a National Science Foundation funded initiative that encourages and enables TV weathercasters to report on the local impacts of climate change. Going forward, they will be offering Climate Matters reporting resources to a broader set of local journalists working in TV, radio, newspapers, etc. Read More
University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Department of Life Sciences Communication (LSC), located in the College of Agricultural & Life Sciences (CALS), seeks applications for a tenure track assistant professor in strategic communication in the life sciences.
The successful candidate will carry out different tasks regarding communication:
- Research in strategic and/or marketing communication, using as context of research one or more of CALS key strategic areas: health, food, bioenergy, climate change, community development, ecosystems, etc. For more info, click here.
Rothamsted Research (Harpenden) is looking for a Digital Communications Manager within the communications team. Closing date is 17 July 2017; interviews are 27-28 July; salary is between £29,842 – £37,890 dependent on experience; details (including “Job Description and Person Spec” and online application) can be found here.
It is an exciting opportunity for a highly skilled individual to support the institute’s digital communications plans under the direction of the Head of Communications at Rothamsted Research. Operating within a team, the successful candidate will deliver effective online communication across internal and external stakeholder groups, will help to ensure that the institute website is a visually and editorially engaging parallel of the institute itself and provide support for various web-based projects throughout the organisation. Read More