Deadline : Sunday 17 June 2018, 23:59 (Paris time)
How to apply : send a one-page cover letter outlining how you meet the essential requirements for the position, and a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews : short-listed candidates will be invited to an interview on Thursday 21 June.
Role : Network Coordinator of COST Action 16111 ETHMIGSURVEYDATA
Centre : Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics, CEE, Sciences Po
Line managers : Prof Laura Morales (Principal Investigator) and Ms Linda Amrani (General Secretary of the CEE)
Employment details :
Fixed term contract (CDD) between 1st September 2018 and 30th April 2019 (renewable, subject to funding, two years more)
60% contract, 21 h 54 mins weekly (94 h 90 mins monthly)
Salary : €1,440 monthly (gross), plus tickets restaurant (one per full-time working day) and half of the cost of the Paris transport card
This is a part-time appointment and normal working arrangements will be agreed between the PI and the post-holder but will require some flexibility on the days of work depending on the scheduling of international meetings
We are seeking to appoint a Network Coordinator (at 60% full time equivalent) to support the CEE (Sciences Po) as the Grant Holder of COST Action 16111 “International Ethnic and Immigrant Minorities’ Survey Data Network (ETHMIGSURVEYDATA)” and Prof Laura Morales as the Chair of this COST Action. Sciences Po is responsible for the management of the funds allocated to this Action and Professor Morales is responsible for the scientific coordination and management of the Action and of a network that includes researchers from more than 40 countries across Europe and elsewhere in the world. More information can be found on the COST Action website and the network website at Sciences Po .
The Network Coordinator will take on both scientific coordination tasks and network administration tasks.
You will support Prof Morales in the scientific tasks required to support the work of the five workgroups that structure the ETHMIGSURVEYDATA network. This will require being able to process, manage and curate survey data as well as prepare and undertake data analysis and tests using quantitative techniques.
You will document research findings and activities for all reports required by COST, handle the communications of the Network, and contribute as a junior partner to the writing and publication of short research briefs, blog posts, and research papers as necessary.
You will also support Prof Morales in the coordination tasks relating to the organisation of all the activities undertaken by the COST Action network.
Finally, you will support the CEE management team in all the internal and external administration of the COST Action, including the processing of all the documents required for the reimbursement of the expenses of the Network members.
You will have a postgraduate degree in Sociology or Political Science, have prior research experience in externally funded projects and experience of grant management and administration.
You will be trained in social science research methods and in quantitative techniques at postgraduate level, and ideally have some expertise in survey research and migration/ethnic studies and it is essential that you have demonstrable experience of data management with SPSS or Stata.
The post-holder will be expected to work from campus at Sciences Po, and the appointment is expected to start by 1st September 2018. Full details of responsibilities are provided below.
Full details and qualifications, skills and experience required available here.