Job: Project Communications Officer

12.8.16 – Project Communications Officer
LIBER, The Hague, Netherlands

Please note, only applicants with a valid visa to work in the EU can be considered for this position.

The closing date for applications is December 18 2016.

Do you have experience of working on European projects and dissemination? Do you enjoy the organisation and planning of events and workshops? Are you enthusiastic and interested in issues relating to research libraries such as open access and research data management? LIBER is seeking a Project Officer to work on the dissemination aspects of European projects.

  • The Role – The Project Communications Officer will be responsible for EU project dissemination, the organisation of project related events and activities, and will carry out some administrative tasks related to EU Projects.
  • Duration and Working Hours – The appointment is full-time and will be for a 12 month contract.
  • Salary – Scale 9: minimum €2,700 to maximum €3,720 gross per month full-time, plus a vacation allowance of 8%, and a December allowance of 8.33%.
  • Benefits – LIBER follows the working agreement (CAO) for Research Insitutions in the Netherlands. Our benefits include 42 days annual leave, based on a full-time position, an excellent pension scheme, as set out in the CAO, and a flexible and friendly working environment.

Download the full job description.

To Apply

For an informal discussion regarding the position please contact Melanie Imming, EU Projects Manager. To apply for this position please submit a CV and covering letter outlining your eligibility for and interest in this position to Susan Reilly, Executive Director using ‘PROJECT COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER’ in the subject line.

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