Disponibilità: 01 giugno 2015

    Candidature entro: 12 maggio 2015

    EURASHE is the European Association of Institutions in Higher Education that offer professionally orientated programmes and are engaged in applied and profession-related research within the Bologna cycles.

    Starting 1 June 2015, EURASHE is looking to develop its small and dynamic Secretariat team with a policy officer on research, development and innovation (RDI).


    Under the supervision of the Secretary General, and as part of the Secretariat, ensure the follow-up of the organisation’s activities in the area of RDI, one of the four areas of work of EURASHE

    • Provide support to the organisation’s task force/working group linked to RDI
    • Coordinate the organisation of any events linked to RDI
    • Develop, manage and report on EU-funded projects in RDI
    • Contribute to the long-term development of activities in RDI

    In addition, coordinate the organisation of the yearly annual conference


    • A higher education degree
    • Minimum of 2 years of valuable working experience in RDI in higher education
    • Near-native proficiency in English, both spoken and written
    • Working experience within an international environment and/or with organisations similar to EURASHE
    • Excellent communication, organisational, interpersonal and IT skills
    • Ability to work on deadlines and independently

    Added values

    • Experience in the management of EU-funded projects
    • Knowledge of professional higher education
    • Knowledge of other European languages

    EURASHE offers

    • Working in a team with an end-to-end responsibility and in an international context
    • A full time position under an indefinite period contract with trial period
    • A starting gross monthly salary of 2,700 EUR with a transport contribution and meal vouchers

    Please send your application (cover letter 1 page max., CV 2 pages max.) addressed to Johan Cloet, Secretary General of EURASHE, at eurashe@eurashe.eu by 12 May 2015. We regret that we are not able to acknowledge all applications received. Pre-selected applicants will be invited for an interview between 19 and 22 May 2015.