FACCE-JPI is hiring a Scientific Valorisation officer
Are you passionate about translating scientific results to impact? Do you have affinity for agricultural and climate issues? Do you want to work in the European research and innovation sphere? If you find this exciting, keep reading!
FACCE-JPI is hiring a Scientific Valorisation officer. Your role will be to follow the FACCE-JPI research portfolio, disseminate and valorise key research results and to make these results meaningful for key stakeholders (e.g. policy-makers and practitioners such as farmers, entrepreneurs, etc.). You will be based at INRAE in the Directorate of Academic Partnerships, Regional and European Affairs in Paris.
◼ Implementation of the Strategy for the dissemination and valorisation of scientific results to ensure coherence with the FACCE-JPI Strategic Research Agenda;
◼ Organisation of valorisation workshops and other meetings related to FACCE-JPI themes;
◼ Researching, developing and drafting articles, policy briefs, practice briefs, web content, presentations, podcasts etc. in association with the relevant researchers;
◼ Working with the joint action coordinators as well as the communication team to ensure the visibility and impact of FACCE-JPI actions;
◼ Analysis of relevant policies, foresight, literature etc. to contribute to FACCE-JPI scoping exercises, preparing various written outputs, e.g. annual reports, background papers, inputs to publications and websites related to these actions;
◼ In the framework of the ERA-NET Cofund FOSC, set-up and animation of a «knowledge platform» in order to gather and valorise research results.
TRAINING AND SKILLS REQUIRED
▪French (would be an asset)
▪Minimum: Master’s degree level with a diploma in scientific communication or in sciences with an experience in scientific communication
▪Minimum of 2-year work experience in relation with the job position
▪Familiarity with FACCE-JPI research themes (agriculture, food security, climate change)
▪Knowledge of EU policies and policy-making processes related to agriculture and environment
▪Knowledge on European research projects, especially ERA-NETs would be an asset
▪Outstanding writing and communication skills in English: capacity to analyse, synthesise and disseminate scientific findings related to FACCE-JPI subjects
▪Good organisational and time management skills: ability to work with short deadlines and handle multiple tasks and subjects
▪Strong interpersonal skills: good team worker, ability to relate to people of different backgrounds and cultures and be diplomatic
▪Proficiency in Microsoft Office and other design tools would be an asset
▪Skills for remote work (not mandatory at the moment)