Galileo joint undertaking recruits staff

August 4, 2003

Brussels, 01 Aug 2003

The Galileo joint undertaking has launched a recruitment drive for staff.

The posts to be filled are technical and administrative team members, engineers, lawyers, economists, commercial staff and secretaries.

Candidates must have proven professional experience in the field concerned and be motivated to contribute to the success of this major European industrial project.

Launched in May 2002, the joint undertaking is responsible for implementing the development phase of the Galileo satellite radio navigation programme.

One of the tasks of the joint undertaking will be to launch the research and development activities necessary to make a success of the development phase (2002 to 2005) in the framework of the Sixth Framework Programme. To see the full text, please
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Remarks: Before contacting the Commission, candidates are strongly advised to consult the original call text in the Official Journal of the European Union at the reference below.

Document Reference: OJ No C180 of 31.72003, p10

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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