See the Call (Catalan and Spanish)
- Contribute in the development and testing of the applications generated within the project.
- Develop tools for the interconnection of the project applications with other Research Infrastructures applications.
- Monitor performance of information technology systems to determine cost and productivity levels, and to make recommendations for improving the IT infrastructure.
- Help define IT infrastructure strategy, architecture, and processes.
- Troubleshoot hardware and software issues related to internal IT.
Education and experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Information Systems, or a related field, or equivalent experience.
- 2-5 years of experience working in IT operations.
- Proficiency in English (oral and written).
- Firm grasp on IT infrastructure and operations best practices.
- Proven working experience in IT management or relevant experience.
- Experience in metadata, ontologies, integration and interoperability of data, security and usability.
- Knowledge of cloud services PaaS and SaaS.
- Proficiency in web scripting languages (php, Python, etc.).
- Experience in web development tools (jQuery, Vue.js, Agilent, BootStrap, etc.).
- Hands-on experience with xml.
- Experience in relational (MySQL, PostgreSQL, etc.) and non-relational (MongoDB, etc.) database management systems.
- Working experience in Research Infrastructures and in Life Sciences research projects would be an asset.
If you are interested please contact Aurora Zuzuarregui.
See the Official Call
An international selection tender is open for recruitment in the form of an uncertain term contract concluded under the Labour Code, of 1 (one) doctoral position for the exercise of scientific research activities in the scientific area of management and leadership in S&T in the scientific areas of biology, microbiology, biotechnology, bioengineering, or other related experimental life sciences, business management and economics, political science and management, for the project IS_MIRRI21 – Implementation & Sustainability of Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure for 21st Century, Ref. 871129, financed by the European Commission, with a view to the development activities as “Executive Director” within the research infrastructure MIRRI during the lifetime of IS_MIRRI21 project (max. 36 months) with the follow key responsibilities and accountabilities of the role:
- with the Project Coordinator, assist to administrate the IS_MIRRI21 project including the Management Backoffice;
- prepare decisions, programs and policies for adoption by the General Assembly;
- implement decisions, programs and policies adopted by the General Assembly;
- prepare and submit to the General Assembly proposals for the strategy on the collaboration with other Research
- prepare the procedures of the establishment connexions between the MIRRI national nodes and the Central
Coordination Unit (CCU);
- engage and develop strong linkages with MIRRI Members and potential Members and their ministries, funding
agencies, policymakers, stakeholders and other important opinion makers to implement and enlarge MIRRI;
- chair the Interim National Coordinators Forum of MIRRI;
- evaluate aspiring new Country Members or Observers to join MIRRI;
- lead high level interaction with European and international bodies and initiatives such as the EC, ECCO, WFCC, etc.;
- engage MIRRI in collaborations with the Life Sciences ESFRI Research Infrastructures;
- represent MIRRI in the Executive boards of the H2020 cluster projects, such as EOSC-Life, and in various meetings
and projects involving Health & Food ESFRI Research Infrastructures, including the ESFRI Life Science (Health & Food) strategy board or the ESFRI forum;
- promote coordination with public relations and dissemination activities of MIRRI.
IS_MIRRI21 is a Horizon 2020 project aimed at implementing MIRRI and securing its long-term sustainability.
See and read the IS_MIRRI21 Brochure and discover how the project will support research, development and innovation in the use and preservation of microbial life for the purpose of basic and applied scientific research.
About 50 researchers from more about 20 parnters are watching the presentations given by Workpackage leaders and participating in a intense and lively discussion.
The Joint Research Unit MIRRI-IT is represented by Cristina Varese, Luciana De Vero, Giancarlo Perrone and Paolo Romano, each of them representing her/his Institution, that is partner of the project.
On the first day, presentations on Project Management, Outreach and Dissemination, Research, Governance, Trans-National Access and Training will be given.
On the second day, presentations on the Collaborative Working Environment, Enlargement and Sustainability will follow.
The closing session will allow to define an action plan and to provide all partners with administrative guidelines.