EU-MACS: call for external expertise (EXTENDED DEADLINE!)
EU-MACS is a recently-started project whose goal is to make the wealth of climate information truly accessible and applicable for a large variety of potential climate service users.
EU-MACS is a recently-started project whose goal is to make the wealth of climate information truly accessible and applicable for a large variety of potential climate service users. In cooperation with current and potential CS users the EU-MACS project will develop mechanisms that should assist both CS providers and users in better matching their products, capabilities, and needs, while at the same time also smoothing the processes for search, selection, tailoring, and (decision oriented) using of climate service products. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2k8wnuV
In order to support the coordination of ENoLL activities in EU-MACS the ENoLL Office launches the present Call for external expertise, whose terms and conditions are explained below.
ENoLL activities focus on WP4: Exploring Climate Services supply chain cluster options in urban planning. This WP goals:
– Enhance the awareness of local decision-makers, stakeholders and communities concerning the main risks caused by climate change and the role of climate services (value);
– Improve the integration between climate change adaptation policies and urban planning activities (mainstreaming);
– Develop a long-term sustainable creative environment for climate service implementation and adaptation in urban planning
The main idea is using Living Labs as a tool to achieve these goals, and specifically in the task Co-creative action for market creation in urban planning and plan for LL implementation) to organise co-creative workshops that help stakeholders build urban Living Labs for Climate Services as a self-sustainable project product. This will require dialogue with 2 previously-chosen local communities: Helsinki (Finland) and Bologna. ENoLL is asked to organise 1 workshop per location to meet stakeholders and help them build a climate change focused living lab using interactive, user-driven methodologies. The plan will be adapted thanks to the interaction with cities, making it suitable to support the long-term sustainability of urban LLs.
Selected external expert should mainly focus on co-creative workshops to be organised in Helsinki and Bologna. The profile should help ENoLL Office design the workshop on the basis of work done by consortium and meetings with stakeholders attended. Studying project activities/goals beforehand would be crucial to guarantee workshop success and contextualise work done. Then, the expert should run the workshops with the support of ENoLL Office and INRIA.
WORKING TIME and RETRIBUTION
80 foreseen working hours. Retribution will be discussed with the selected profile based on her/his daily cost rate (to be provided, see below)
HOW to APPLY
Kindly apply by sending an e-mail to email@example.com by February 15th 2017 at 2pm (extended deadline). Your message should include:
- Updated CV
- A written expression of interest providing more information on the requirements below (1 Word page max)
- Your daily cost rate
IMPORTANT: Only ENoLL Effective members and Innovation partners (former Associated members) can apply.
- First level university degree or similar awarded not later than in 2011
- Minimum five years of experience in participation and management of European projects of cooperative research and innovation and/or inter-regional and trans-national cooperation
- Strong focus and previous experience on as many of the following topics as possible: climate change, climate services, global warming, environmental projects.
- Being an ENoLL active effective member or Innovation partner (former Associated member)
- Solid, on-the-field Living Lab experience
- Ability to organise and run co-creative, interactive workshops with different stakeholders in a quadruple helix environment is a key requirement. Kindly provide relevant proof of your know-how. Having gamification skills is an appreciated add-on
ASSESSMENT and FINAL RESULTS
Assessment will be run based on provided information and requirements listed above. All applicants will be notified by end of February 2017.