If you are currently looking for a new challenge as a researcher in Europe, take a look at these 10 websites dedicated to employment in research that we have listed just for you!
EURAXESS – Researchers in motion – Jobs
EURAXESS is a European initiative providing access to a range of information and support services for researchers wishing to pursue a research career in Europe or stay connected to Europe.
Marie Curie Actions – Jobs for you
The Marie Curie Actions website lists job offers.
EU Career – CAST Research
This webpage is maintained by EPSO – the European Personnel Selection Office.
European Research Council – Job opportunities
The European Research Council is dedicated to research excellence, and seeks to attract excellent and highly-motivated people and expertise. This is achieved through robust and fair selection procedures.
Joint Research Centre – Job opportunities
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is a Directorate-General of the European Commission and comprises seven institutes. The JRC offers permanent and temporary positions.
Research and Innovation – Participants portal – Experts
The European Commission appoints independent experts to assist with research and innovation assignments, including the evaluation of proposals, monitoring of projects, evaluation of programmes and development of policy.
Fusion for Energy – Career opportunities
Fusion for Energy (F4E) is the European Union’s Joint Undertaking and is responsible for Europe’s contribution to ITER (an international project to build a thermonuclear reactor). F4E also supports the development of fusion energy.
Research Executive Agency (ERA) – Jobs – Current vacancies
The Research Executive Agency (REA) is a funding body created by the European Commission to maximise the efficiency and impact of EU research and innovation programmes.
EUREKA – Vacancies
EUREKA is an intergovernmental organisation for market-driven industrial R&D. It is a decentralised network facilitating the coordination of national funding on innovation aiming to boost the productivity & competitiveness of European industries.
The European Patent Organisation – Current vacancies
The European Patent Organisation is an intergovernmental organisation, set up on 7 October 1977 on the basis of the European Patent Convention (EPC). It has two bodies, the European Patent Office and the Administrative Council, which supervises the Office's activities.