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News 14.02.2019

Interested in working for the EU as a scientist?

Joint Research Centre of the European Commission will launch a Call for 80 permanent laureates. The call opens on February 21, 2019.

The European Commission's science and knowledge service, the Joint Research Centre (JRC) (also EU Science Hub) supports EU policies with independent scientific evidence throughout the whole policy cycle. The JRC plays a central role in creating, managing and making sense of collective scientific knowledge for better EU policies.

JRC will soon launch a call for 80 new permanent laureates to work on scientific projects to bring advanced skills, knowledge and expertise to help resolve current and future scientific challenges. The JRC’s recruitment focuses predominantly on researchers linked to the main activities of the organisation. Typical requirement for a successful laureate applicant is a PhD and a few years of postdoctoral research experience. More information on the laureates, scientific fields and the requirements are published on Thursday Feb 21st on JRC website.

More information

Call info on JRC website 

For more information, including upcoming competitions and the EPSO testing, please see also EU Careers website 

EU Science Hub Twitterissä: @EU_ScienceHub

Contact person in Finland

Pilvi Toppinen, NCP for JRC
Science Adviser, Academy of Finland