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Position: Research Facilitator (m/f)
Institution: University of Luxembourg
Location: Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Duties: As Research Facilitator, you will report to the Head of Faculty Administration; Support and coordinate the research activities of the Faculty; Provide portfolio/project management and research administration support to FDEF principal investigators and research staff; Assist in the identification, acquisition and management of research grants from different funding agencies and programmes (FNR, Horizon 2020, etc.); Monitor the entire grant life cycle from proposal writing to project execution and reporting; Ensure quality assurance and compliance of projects and grants with requirements from internal and/or external stakeholders; Advise and contribute to financial and human resources allocation; Be an interface towards the funding agencies in particular for reporting and cost claims; Ensure internal communication and cooperation with other faculties and the University administration regarding all research related questions; Track, document and report research related information and data to internal and/or external stakeholders; Contribute to knowledge and best practices sharing and dissemination
Requirements: Master degree or equivalent experience in an area relevant to grant and project management; At least 5 years’ experience in a similar role; Proven experience in writing grant proposals and grant management; Good knowledge of Luxembourgish and EU funding programs; Project management skills and knowledge of project management principles and best practices; Fluent in English and French (oral and written). Knowledge of German and Luxembourgish would be appreciated; Service oriented and problem solving attitude; Ability to manage multiple projects under strict timelines as well as the ability to work well in a demanding, dynamic and deadline oriented environment; Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail and accuracy; Real team player used to evolve in a high-level expectations environment; Strong interpersonal and communication skills suitable for a multicultural environment
   
Text: UOL03271 31-May-2020 Company Text The University of Luxembourg is a multilingual, international research University and is seeking to appoint within its Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) a Research Facilitator (m/f) Ref: F2-50012588 Limited time contract for one (1) year / 40 hrs per week Foreseen starting date: as soon as possible Your Role As Research Facilitator, you will report to the Head of Faculty Administration. Support and coordinate the research activities of the Faculty Provide portfolio/project management and research administration support to FDEF principal investigators and research staff Assist in the identification, acquisition and management of research grants from different funding agencies and programmes (FNR, Horizon 2020, etc.) Monitor the entire grant life cycle from proposal writing to project execution and reporting Ensure quality assurance and compliance of projects and grants with requirements from internal and/or external stakeholders Advise and contribute to financial and human resources allocation Be an interface towards the funding agencies in particular for reporting and cost claims Ensure internal communication and cooperation with other faculties and the University administration regarding all research related questions Track, document and report research related information and data to internal and/or external stakeholders Contribute to knowledge and best practices sharing and dissemination Your Profile Master degree or equivalent experience in an area relevant to grant and project management At least 5 years’ experience in a similar role Proven experience in writing grant proposals and grant management Good knowledge of Luxembourgish and EU funding programs Project management skills and knowledge of project management principles and best practices Fluent in English and French (oral and written). Knowledge of German and Luxembourgish would be appreciated Service oriented and problem solving attitude Ability to manage multiple projects under strict timelines as well as the ability to work well in a demanding, dynamic and deadline oriented environment Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail and accuracy Real team player used to evolve in a high-level expectations environment Strong interpersonal and communication skills suitable for a multicultural environment We offer The University offers highly competitive salaries and is an equal opportunity employer. You will work in a dynamic international environment and will have the opportunity to participate in the development of an enthusiastic and growing faculty. Applications, written in English should be submitted online and should include: Curriculum Vitae Cover letter indicating your background and motivation Applications will be considered on receipt.
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