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International Project Manager (Gender)

Who We Are

 

The European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) is the international, non-profit, independent association of benchmarked Living Labs.

 

ENoLL facilitates knowledge exchange, joint actions and project partnerships between its historically labelled +480 members in Europe and worldwide. Its aim is to promote the Living Labs concept in order to influence EU policies, enhance Living Labs and enable their implementation at a global level.

The role of ENoLL Office is to implement decisions passed by the General Assembly and run day-to-day operations of the network.

 

Your Team

 

You would be working in a dynamic international team, where colleagues with different backgrounds and a common passion for living labs collaborate, each with their own expertise.

 

Your Main Responsabilities

 

As a Project Manager, you will be in charge of ENoLL activities under the EU-funded project GILL (currently under negotiation). GILL is a research and innovation action coordinated by ENoLL aiming to create a pan-European Gendered Innovation Living Lab to support gender-responsive smart innovation and entrepreneurship.

You will be responsible for schedules, budgets, resources, and project deliverables to ensure the project goals and objectives are achieved.

In this role you will:

  • Plan, implement, and manage ENoLL activities and responsibilities in the framework of EU-funded projects
  • Help define project scope, goals, and deliverables
  • Prepare deliverables and coordinate the drafting of technical reports and cost statements
  • Coordinate internal and external personnel for the execution of projects
  • Liaise, coordinate and support the members of the consortium
  • Constantly monitor the progress of the work to ensure that the plan is adhered to
  • Organize meetings, conferences, and workshops, write agendas and reports
  • Measure project performance using appropriate systems, indicators, tools, and techniques
  • Implement and manage the changes necessary to achieve project results
  • Achieve goals and deliver deliverables on time and within budget limits
  • Analyze the risks of the project and propose solutions for the problems encountered
  • Manage communication and dissemination actions both internally and externally
  • Create and archive complete project documentation

Qualifications and Skills

 

  • At least 5 years experience as a project manager, with theoretical and practical project management knowledge
  • Experience in EU-funded project management and reporting
  • Experience in EU gender equality in research and innovation
  • Experience in strategic planning, risk management, and/or change management
  • Exceptional organizational and planning skills with the ability to coordinate information and processes involving multiple people/teams and different parallel workflows
  • Good interpersonal and relationship-building skills
  • Strong communication skills (both oral and written in formal and informal situations)
  • Fluency in English (both in oral and written forms)

 

Highly Desirable Assets

 

  • Experience in knowledge transfer, capacity building, and event organisation
  • Knowledge of one or more of the policy areas covered by Horizon Europe
  • Experience in policy work
  • Strong problem-solving attitude
  • Spirit of innovation and creativity

 

Compensation Package 

 

  • A fixed-term contract starting January 2023
  • Salary depending on qualifications and experiences
  • A full-time contract as a freelancer based in any EU country and able to prove freelancer status as a natural person

 

How to Apply

 

Applicants are requested to send a one-page letter of motivation, explicitly describing the relevant experience and linking it to the requirements for the position, together with a CV. References (including current or last employer) are highly desirable.

 

Please note that the GILL project is still under negotiation, however, if you would be interested in working on other projects as well, please indicate this in your application as ENoLL is also recruiting for a second International Project Manager.

 

Please send the documents in PDF format to Giulia Campodonico, Head of Projects, at projects@enoll.org, stating your interest in the GILL project specifically.

 

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications will be assessed on an ad hoc basis. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted to set up an online interview.

 

The deadline for application is December 5th.

International Project Manager

Who We Are 

 

The European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) is the international, non-profit, independent association of benchmarked Living Labs.

 

ENoLL facilitates knowledge exchange, joint actions and project partnerships between its historically labelled +480 members in Europe and worldwide. Its aim is to promote the Living Labs concept in order to influence EU policies, enhance Living Labs and enable their implementation at a global level.

The role of ENoLL Office is to implement decisions passed by the General Assembly and run day-to-day operations of the network.

 

Your Team 

 

You’d be working in a dynamic international team, where colleagues with different backgrounds and a common passion for living labs collaborate, each with their own expertise.

 

Your Main Responsabilities

 

As a Project Manager, you will be in charge of ENoLL activities under EU-funded projects with a specific focus on capacity building, knowledge sharing, stakeholders’ engagement, and dissemination. You will be responsible for schedules, budgets, resources, and project deliverables to ensure the project goals and objectives are achieved.

In this role you will:

  • Plan, implement, and manage ENoLL activities and responsibilities in the framework of EU-funded projects
  • Help define project scope, goals, and deliverables
  • Prepare deliverables and coordinate the drafting of technical reports and cost statements
  • Coordinate internal and external personnel for the execution of projects
  • Liaise with the lead partner/other members of the consortium
  • Constantly monitor the progress of the work to ensure that the plan is adhered to
  • Organize meetings, conferences, and workshops, write agendas and reports
  • Measure project performance using appropriate systems, indicators, tools, and techniques
  • Implement and manage the changes necessary to achieve project results
  • Achieve goals and deliver deliverables on time and within budget limits
  • Analyze the risks of the project and propose solutions for the problems encountered
  • Manage communication and dissemination actions both internally and externally
  • Create and archive complete project documentation

Qualifications and Skills 

 

  • At least 5 years experience as a project manager, with theoretical and practical project management knowledge
  • Experience in EU-funded project management and reporting
  • Experience in strategic planning, risk management, and/or change management
  • Exceptional organizational and planning skills with the ability to coordinate information and processes involving multiple people/teams and different parallel workflows
  • Good interpersonal and relationship-building skills
  • Strong communication skills (both oral and written in formal and informal situations)
  • Proficiency in English both in oral and written form

 

Highly Desirable Assets

 

  • Experience in knowledge transfer, capacity building, and event organisation
  • Knowledge of one or more of the policy areas covered by Horizon Europe
  • Experience in policy work
  • Strong problem-solving attitude
  • Spirit of innovation and creativity

 

Compensation Package 

 

  • A fixed-term contract starting January 2023
  • Salary depending on qualifications and experiences
  • A full-time contract as a freelancer based in any EU country and able to prove freelancer status as a natural person

 

How to Apply

 

Applicants are requested to send a one-page letter of motivation, explicitly describing the relevant experience and linking it to the requirements for the position, together with a CV. References (including current or last employer) are highly desirable.

 

Please send the documents in PDF format to Giulia Campodonico, Head of Projects, at projects@enoll.org

 

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications will be assessed on an ad hoc basis. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted to set up an online interview.

 

The deadline for application is December 5th.

Internships

We look for candidates to join our internships, who have a combination of excellent academic performance strong practical experience and compelling personal qualities. You can send your application (CV and cover letter) to info@enoll.org.

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