The Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law is an Institute of the Max Planck Society, which is Germany’s most successful research organization.
At present, the Institute comprises two departments : the Department of European and Comparative Procedural Law (Department I), and the Department of International Law and Dispute Resolution (Department II).
The Max Planck Institute Luxembourg would like to appoint a highly qualified candidate for one full-time position as : Communication and Research Coordinator (m / f) For the Department of European and Comparative Procedural Law Permanent contract, full time 40 hrs / week Employee status The position : The position offered will be integrated within Department I, to coordinate communication and research therein, in close cooperation with Department II and the Institute’s General Services Department (responsible for the organization of conferences and other events).
Within Department I, the Communication and Research Coordinator is responsible for the activities regarding communication of the Department’s interests and activities to different internal and / or external parties.
In addition, the Communication and Research Coordinator supports the Department in scientific and organizational aspects of research, liaising and coordinating with the other department.
Coordinate national and international third party funding programs and calls.
Your profile : Degree-level education with 3-4 years professional experience in the domain.
University studies in the field of the Institute’s research activities will be considered an asset; Strong writing and copy-
Good organizational skills with ability to prioritize competing demands and to ensure deadlines are met; Team player in a multi-
lingual and multi-cultural academic environment with upper-level communication standards.
Our offer : The MPI Luxembourg offers a productive working environment within an international team of researchers, and the possibility to develop connections and exchanges with academia, judges and practitioners from many EU Member States.
Salary and social benefits are provided according to the Luxembourgish legal requirements.
The position is full-time.
The Max Planck Institute Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply online until 30th November 2018 via jobs.lu