Job details

Place of work

Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS

Funding institution


Project description

Project title, type and project number

Specialist at Department of Large European Projects and Industry Collaboration, 37/2023


The Department of Large European Projects and industry collaboration designs, writes and rolls out projects funded under the European framework programmes. We are also responsible for maintaining relations with the officers in Brussels, adjusting IChF policies and acts of local law to fit European strategic documents and coordinating activities reinforcing researchers-friendly ecosystem.

We are looking  a self-driven and pro-act colleague to support us in:

  • developing new research, coordination/support and educational projects
  • writing grant applications (teamwork)
  • managing co-funded projects, including financial management and outreach activities
  • designing actions aimed at improving working conditions for researchers to develop their full potential and avoid any forms of discrimination
  • streamlining communication between the researchers and businesses (“IChF for the companies” initiative).
Job description

Number of vacancies



We offer

  • attractive remuneration including project bonuses
  • work in a dynamic multicultural work environment open to self-improvement
  • perks: co-financing of holidays, cultural/sports events, private health care package
  • opportunity to develop qualifications by participating in the Erasmus + initiative
  • employment contract, full-time.


  • higher education (economics, finance, law, technical faculties or others)
  • fluent English (B2 level at least)
  • at least four years of professional experience, including at least two years in European advisory, grant applications writing, project management, eligibility studies/business plan elaboration, designing public aid schemes or similar
  • interest in EU policies/affairs, project management
  • perfect work organisation,
  • excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team
  • analytical skills allowing to examine complex documents, including legal acts
  • good writing skills
  • good command of MS Office (particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • knowledge of regulations on state aid, EU funds and/or framework programmes of the European Union as an advantage.
Additional information

If you are interested in this offer, please send your application (CV and cover letter) to the e-mail address: (e-mail title: Rekrutacja 37/2023).


Application deadline

20.09.2023 23:59

Archival announcement. We would like to thank all candidates for their submitted applications.

Date of announcement: 18.08.2023

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