MASARYK UNIVERSITY

Research Project Manager

Location
Brno (CZ)
Posted
25 Apr 2018
End of advertisement period
25 May 2018
Ref
39491
Academic Discipline
Life sciences
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Research Project Manager 

Central European Institute of Technology – Masaryk University (CEITEC MU) is an independent university institute formed at the Masaryk University as a part of scientific centre of excellence CEITEC – Central European Institute of Technology. CEITEC MU represents a key part of the state-of-the-art research infrastructure equipped with cutting-edge facilities and excellent conditions for fundamental as well as applied research, especially in the area of life sciences.

Our institute with its modern building can be found at University Campus Brno-Bohunice.

For more information please go to our websites: https://www.ceitec.cz/ceitec-masarykova-univerzita/in1

CEITEC MU runs around 150 research projects, among them approximately 25 funded by international resources. At the Grant Office, we submit well over 120 proposals to various grant schemes each year, including ca. 30 to foreign agencies to achieve these figures. We also run training events, information sessions, and workshops and advise individual researchers on tailored funding strategies. Job at the Grant Office thus entails working in dynamic environment, constant learning, tackling diverse and challenging tasks that require skills ranging from budgeting to creative writing.

Are you ready to take this challenge?

Does great team and work-life balance belong to the most attractive benefits for you?

We will be glad to welcome you in our team.

Work description:

Requirements:

Desirable but not required:

What we offer:

Start date: to be agreed

Please send your CV and Motivation Letter in English language to recruitment@ceitec.muni.cz. Be sure to mention the position title in the subject of your e-mail message.

If we don´t give you a feedback within 4 weeks from the date of sending your CV to us, other candidates were chosen for the first round of a selection procedure.

In justified cases, the announcer may extend, interrupt or cancel the selection procedure.