E-Learning & LMS Coordinator  

Our Academy is a collaborative arena for lifelong learning, helping to build critical capabilities for innovation and transformation. We are training the next generation of urban mobility practitioners, needed by the urban mobility ecosystem of the future. Our programmes are intersectoral, interdisciplinary, international, and entrepreneurial.

EIT Urban Mobility works with other EIT Knowledge and Innovation Communities (EIT KICs), which combined comprise a network of over 100 universities alongside other key education and non-education players, on the development of the EIT Virtual Campus, which aims at bringing the KICs’ professional education offer closer together to tackle the needs of modern economies and societies together. The EIT Virtual Campus is an online shopping window for hundreds of courses offered by the involved KICs. 

As the E-Learning & LMS Coordinator, you will be a member of EIT Urban Mobility Academy, coordinating the development and integration of the Competence Hub’s online courses and learning content within the Virtual Campus. 

The Academy Competence Hub is hosting 20+ e-courses on UMC www.urbanmobilitycourses.eu, a WordPress based LMS. The Competence Hub also produces short and easy-to-follow educational videos that showcase cutting-edge practices in urban mobility, within a UMXa dedicated YouTube channel, which may also be relevant for the EIT Virtual Campus.    

Tasks and responsibilities include:  

  • Supporting the operations of the Academy Competence Hub’s online courses and WordPress LMS (hosting, security, add-ons, mailbox support, reporting, analytics) and their integration within the EIT Virtual Campus framework.  
  • Identifying new features, activities, methods, etc., that can cross-fertilise existing and new Academy initiatives such as EIT Virtual Campus, the Urban Mobility Courses LMS, etc. Ensuring that any relevant best-practice from the EIT Virtual Campus and similar EIT Community Education initiatives are properly leverages by the Academy Competence Hub and vice versa.  
  • Supporting the production of any kind of digital content (text, video, audio, interactive) and/or the improvement of the quality of our online courses from a UX/UI perspective, by providing technical guidance and ensuring that our quality standards and guidelines are followed during production and postproduction.  
  • Day-to-day responsibilities for project monitoring and management. Monitoring of KPI’s and milestones, reporting to the Competence Hub E-learning Manager and/or to the Project Manager Online Education Portal. Regular reporting on the progress of the activities, the fulfilment of the deadlines, the production of output, issuance of the deliverables and the consumption of resources.  
  • Supporting the contract processes, call frameworks, invoices etc., in contact with providers, as well as EIT Urban Mobility’s Finance and Legal departments. 

How to apply

Call for applications and guidelines how to apply for E-Learning & LMS Coordinator

Application form for E-Learning & LMS Coordinator

Deadline for applications: 12 May 2023

Location: Barcelona (Spain)

Request for Proposals: Venue provider for internal event

By the present procurement procedure, EIT Urban Mobility is aiming to identify a venue provider to organise its face-to-face (F2F) All Hands Meeting (AHM), including catering and audio-visual services needed.

The F2F All Hands Meeting (AHM) is EIT Urban Mobility’s annual in-person team building and staff networking event. The first edition took place in Barcelona in June 2022, which was attended by approximately 120 participants. The 2023 edition of the F2F AHM will be held as an in-person event and will take place on 21-22 June 2023 for 170 participants.

The objective of the EIT Urban Mobility F2F AHM is to hold an in-person teambuilding event that facilitates collaboration, exchange, and networking by bringing all staff together, including the HQ team located in Barcelona (Spain) and from its five Innovation Hubs (IHs): IH North in Copenhagen (Denmark), IH East in Prague (Czech Republic), IH Central in Munich (Germany), IH West in Amsterdam (The Netherlands), and IH South, also located in Barcelona (Spain).

The frame of this request is to find the suitable venue to host this event including catering and audio-visual services. The activities during the day are not included in this request.

The contracting firm should be offering the following services:

Details of the venue needed
– Venue must be located in Barcelona, preferably in the city centre and close to the beach.
– Venue must be accessible by public transport (located no more than 10 minutes walking).
– Venue with, at least, one large meeting room (more than 300m2) and a capacity for more than 170 people. This meeting room should have the possibility of combining different set-ups during the event.
– The main meeting room must be connected to another space for coffee breaks and networking for 170 people.
– The main meeting room should have space for a small stage.
– Venue with outside area, to be used for lunch and side activities.
– Meeting rooms should have natural light.
– Preferably a venue with a special access for groups.
– Possibility to have extra breakout rooms, depending on venue availability.
– Venue must be able to offer a space for a registration desk and a cloak room.
Services needed
– Catering for the two days of the event, including lunch and coffee breaks. All meals must be exclusively plant-based.
– AV support during the whole event that knows the venue very well and has worked at the venue previously.
– 24 hours of experienced venue assistance during the whole event, including: supporting EIT Urban Mobility team before, during and after the event, ensuring the set-up is as previously detailed, ensuring all catering needs are covered as decided, etc. This person should speak English.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

To apply, please send the completed tenders submission and declaration form.

Deadline for submissions EXTENDED: New deadline: 5 May 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.

City Funding Officer (Munich)

We are looking to appoint a City Funding Officer, based in Munich who reports to the Director of Innovation Hub Central for daily reporting and to the Head of City Partnership and AIG Manager for operational functions.

Expanding upon existing success in European-wide funding actions, the City Funding Officer will be tasked with identifying local, national, and regional funding opportunities related to urban mobility (Net Zero Cities, CCAM, Last-mile Logistics, Digital Technologies and Smart Cities, etc). The City Funding Officer will lead the targeting of identified funding opportunities to support EIT Urban Mobility partners (cities, industry, academia, and SMEs) in their defined geographic region (https://www.eiturbanmobility.eu/our-hubs/.

Main tasks and responsibilities include:

  • Mapping and identifying cities, funders and funding programmes with a focus on Germany, Austria and Italy.
  • Develop strong relationships with cities, national and regional funding bodies.
  • Analysing funding cycles, work programmes, and tracking upcoming calls linked to mobility.
  • Master the legal, financial, monitoring, and operational complexity of each priority funding body.
  • Develop concept notes, timelines, and project proposal outlines to initiative partner engagement.
  • Design and facilitate workshops for partners to respond to funding opportunities.
  • Become a trusted advisor to our Leading Cities in their geography.
  • Support in the development of new cities partners in the region
  • Continuous mapping of cities’ opportunities in the region
  • Matchmake between existing and new EIT Urban Mobility partners
  • Complete financial planning and costing for bid proposals.
  • Write and coordinate bid proposals to close.
  • Participate in and engage with Innovation Hub Central and EIT Urban Mobility activities and events.

The position is based in Innovation Hub Central, in the Munich Urban Colab (Germany) where startups, corporate innovators, scientists and creatives from the most diverse sectors and disciplines are working together under one roof on intelligent technologies and services for smart city solutions.

THE PERSON WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

We put a high value on individual qualities and personal attributes and are looking for passionate professionals.

We are looking for a “can do” attitude, with experience in bid development and interest in mobility, technology, and innovation. The successful candidate should have proven, and successful direct bid development and coordination experience gained in consultancy, academia or research organisation. Experience in working with state funders, local government and or/the public sector is required. The position will be accountable to engage partners in a timely manner, creating a high-quality bid pipeline and successfully negotiating new partnerships.

How to apply

Call for applications and guidelines how to apply for City Funding Officer

Application form for City Funding Officer

Deadline for applications: 30 April 2023

Location: Munich (Germany)

Request for Proposals: Provision of EU Affairs services

EIT Urban Mobility is seeking professional support for its EU Affairs activities, by appointing one single provider.

Below follows a description of the general objectives of EU Affairs activities within EIT Urban Mobility:

ObjectivesLong-term vision
Increase the visibility and reputation of EIT Urban Mobility in the EU domain, at international and at national levelEIT Urban Mobility will be seen as the key EU urban mobility innovation ecosystem, leading the transformation of the mobility system through trusted technological solutions and industry, education and research and engagement of cities and people. The EIT Urban Mobility brand will be known at EU level by all policymakers, media and stakeholders working on urban mobility and transport and it will be associated with its mission to improve liveability in cities with the UN SDGs. Through its activities and events, EIT Urban Mobility will become the most trusted partner and platform for policymakers and stakeholders to collaborate and join a dialogue on the future of urban mobility innovation in Europe. EIT Urban Mobility will be a key reference and trusted advisor for EU policy makers, stakeholders and media on innovative urban mobility and liveable cities, identifying and facilitating the connection with relevant expertise throughout the value chain, being recognized as the trustworthy community of experts.
Strengthen the ability of EIT Urban Mobility to contribute to EU policy-making activities in relevant fields to build a policy and regulatory framework which supports innovation and promotes the transformation of the urban mobility system for more liveable cities.EIT Urban Mobility will contribute to the shaping of key mobility as well as innovation and education policies at European level. It will be considered an essential contributor to EU policy cycles, by leveraging the expertise available in its ecosystem and its projects to generate policy insights and recommendations, influencing EU policies to achieve more sustainable transport in cities through education, innovation and cooperation between industry and the public sector. EIT Urban Mobility will be part of key advisory bodies and structures established by the European Commission.
Meet and exceed EIT Urban Mobility‘s governance and institutional obligations to create synergies with other EU initiatives and engage with other key organisations and international organisation across Europe to deliver greater impact.Consolidate the role of the Policy Advisory Board (PAB) and the DG MOVE led Expert Group on Urban Mobility (EGUM) as bodies with a recognized added value inside and outside EIT Urban Mobility. By collaborating with the Commission in the PAB, EIT Urban Mobility will build a pipeline of opportunities which can be leveraged and scaled by EIT Urban Mobility, with EU support. Development and implementation of synergies with other EU bodies will help EIT Urban Mobility build an ecosystem connected to other ecosystems and increase its economic, societal, and technological impact. Similarly, by strengthening understanding of national and European trends in urban mobility through the Expert Group on Urban Mobility, EIT Urban Mobility will become a trusted partner of National Ministries, NGOs and industry.
Develop cooperation and synergies with other R&I initiatives and stakeholders to increase the impact of EIT Urban Mobility and lead the transformation of urban mobility for more liveable cities.EIT Urban Mobility will function as a powerful bridge builder to other initiatives at European, global, and national level. The development of synergies with other R&I initiatives and bodies will help EIT Urban Mobility expand its reach and increase its economic, societal, and technological impact. EIT Urban Mobility will encourage other organisations to adopt its solutions and approaches, facilitating their deployment at a larger scale. EIT Urban Mobility will play a prominent role in the EU/international R&I landscape thanks to its broad collaborations, the specificity of its Knowledge Triangle Integration (KTI) model and its city centric approach.

Scope of work

The scope of work has been divided into three work packages (WP). For each WP we have indicated the key deliverables for 2023, which represent the minimum requirements to satisfy the conditions of this tender. The supplier will be expected to work on all three parts in parallel, with execution and implementation starting as of day 1 and running in parallel with the initial preparatory work.

Work Package 1 – Admin

  • Account management

Work Package 2 – Support the implementation of the EU Affairs strategy

  • Internally focused work
  • Policy monitoring, analysis, internal knowledge sharing and policy advice
  • Building and maintaining collaboration with the European Commission
  • Management of the Policy Advisory Board (PAB) and the European Commission Expert Group on Urban Mobility (EGUM)
  • Events

Work Package 3 – Mapping, stakeholder engagement and outreach

  • General outreach
  • European Parliament outreach
  • Council and Member States

Ad-hoc requests

During the collaboration, it is possible that unforeseen ad-hoc needs might arise. Examples include, responding to a public consultation, specific briefing notes needed, analysis of upcoming legislative or policy proposals that could affect EIT Urban Mobility stakeholders, etc.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

To apply, please send the completed tenders submission and declaration form.

Deadline for submissions EXTENDED: New deadline 5 May 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.

Internship: Administrative internship (PMO)

Be part of a team where you will:

  • Update partners’ information in EIT Urban Mobility partner management system (Podio).
  • Checking general mailboxes and managing replies.
  • Assist Innovation Hubs with Podio and Signaturit (electronic signature tool), doubts and questions. Create and share guidelines and videos when necessary.
  • Assist in drafting and sending comfort letters to partners (drafting emails, preparing mail merge and sending out to partners).
  • Support partners’ legal document signature process, template editing, communicating with partners.
  • Assist in updating the EIT Urban Mobility IT system (Plaza) guideline on the registration process (for internal use) and creating new guidelines based on requests.

How to apply

To apply for this internship, please send a full application form consisting of a letter of motivation highlighting how your skills or experience matches the internship requirements and a current curriculum vitae to internship@eiturbanmobility.eu. Please send the letter of motivation and the curriculum vitae in a unique PDF document.

All details can be found here: Call for applications and guidelines on how to apply for the Administrative internship (PMO)

Deadline for applications: 26 April 2023

Location: Barcelona, Spain

Internship: Administrative internship (Innovation)

An ideal candidate would strive to generate positive environmental and social impact in line with EIT Urban Mobility’s mission. The candidate will be part of the HQ Agile Innovation team and report to the Director Innovation for day-to-day management.  In relation to the call process, you will have dotted line management to the call manager. We are looking for individuals with a “can do” attitude, who are passionate about disseminating knowledge, know-how, good practices, and lessons learnt.

Be part of a team where you will:

  • Support the management of organisational documentation, calendar for the Innovation Team.
  • Master and use the EIT Urban Mobility IT project tracking system (Plaza). 
  • Update partner, lead, project information partner management system (Podio).  
  • Support the annual call lifecycles (publication, animation, evaluation, expert management, closing reports). 
  • Know MS Office in detail e.g., MS Excel, MS Project, etc. 
  • Support and organise with the HQ Project Office to hold the mid-year reviews and go/no go.
  • Assist in the organisation of Innovation all team meetings – remote and physical.  

How to apply

To apply for this internship, please send a full application form consisting of a letter of motivation highlighting how your skills or experience matches the internship requirements and a current curriculum vitae to internship@eiturbanmobility.eu. Please send the letter of motivation and the curriculum vitae in a unique PDF document.

All details can be found here: Call for applications and guidelines on how to apply for the Administrative internship (Innovation)

Deadline for applications: 26 April 2023

Location: Barcelona, Spain

Professional School Digital Marketing Manager

Our Academy is a collaborative arena for lifelong learning, helping to build critical capabilities for innovation and transformation. We are training the next generation of urban mobility practitioners, needed by the urban mobility ecosystem of the future. The EIT Urban Mobility Academy has three main areas: the Master School, the Doctoral Training Network and the Competence Hub, as well as a EIT Community/RIS team which supports Academy collaboration with the rest of the EIT Community and Academy development within RIS (Regional Innovation Scheme) countries https://www.eiturbanmobility.eu/ris/.

Our programmes are intersectoral, interdisciplinary, international, and entrepreneurial.

The Competence Hub offers intensive programmes on hot topics in urban mobility and transport to work with professionals from different sectors, such as project managers, engineers, entrepreneurs, or urban planners, co-created by our partners and subcontractors in various locations in Europe.  

As the Professional School Digital Marketing Manager, you will support and report to the Head of the Competence Hub. You will be in charge of the overall design and execution the Competence Hub’s Digital Marketing strategy, focusing mainly on the creation and development of our B2C lead generation and marketing capabilities, as well as the creation and curation of a pan-European community of urban mobility professionals, eager to reskill and upskill. You will therefore define and execute all of actions covering the “B2C commercial life-cycle” of our courses: leveraging existing free learning content and channels (such as the WebTV, our e-courses, social media, etc.) to develop in-bound marketing actions, creating a B2C lead funnel and database, implementing market automation when relevant, developing and coordinating lead generation activities and events (webinars, newsletters, etc.), as well as supporting the commercialisation of our online asynchronous courses and our F2F courses (open/B2C). 

Tasks and responsibilities include:  

  • Assisting the Head of the Competence Hub in the development of a strategic framework relative to the B2C lead generation and community creation life-cycle and go to market of our online training content portfolio, and in the definition of intermediary goals/quotas/KPIs needed to reach the Competence Hub’s overall Impact and Financial Sustainability goal: 500 000 people positively impacted and 2 Million Euros revenue generated annually, by 2027.  
  • Creating and implementing a roadmap/action-plan regrouping all the different tasks and actions necessary to reach the objectives of the strategic framework: from back-office (CRM, tracking/analytics, tools/software/platforms, etc.), to lead generation (market research, in-bound marketing, webinars, newsletters, events, social media, etc.), lead curation (market automation, community creation/management, etc.) and cross-fertilisation (with other EIT Urban Mobility and partner digital channels). 
  • Identifying, involving and managing the relationship with the different providers and agencies, to deliver these B2C marketing/lead-generation actions and reach the goals/KPIs established in the strategic framework. 
  • Building and nurturing a B2C lead/prospect/client database, utilising EIT Urban Mobility’s CRM platform (Netsuite). 
  • Defining and meeting B2C lead generation goals, leveraging on internal outreach capabilities (WebTV, e-courses, EIT Virtual Campus, initiatives and channels handled by EIT Urban Mobility’s Communication team, etc.) and supporting the Professional School Business Development Manager to achieve his B2B lead-generation and sales goals/KPIs. 
  • Leveraging major urban mobility conferences and events (such as Tomorrow.Mobility World Congress) and conducting visits, online/on-site/off-site information sessions, or participating in networking events to identify new leads, both at a B2B and B2C level. 
  • Ensuring optimal synergies with other initiatives from the Academy Master School and Doctoral Training Network, the rest of EIT Urban Mobility, and the EIT Community.  

How to apply

Call for applications and guidelines how to apply for Professional School Digital Marketing Manager

Application form for Professional School Digital Marketing Manager

Deadline for applications:  24 April 2023

Location: Barcelona (Spain)

Request for Proposals: Media monitoring system

By the present procurement procedure, EIT Urban Mobility is aiming to identify a provider to deliver a monitoring system for online press and media activities monitoring and support social media listening and brand analysis.

The contracting firm should be offering the following options.

Social listening and monitoring

  • At least five searches: “Search” means a single search string made up of keywords used to search the web for news sources and social networking sources and provide the results in the form of news articles or posts through the contractor’s platform.
  • The search results should display hypertext link to the online media source where the article or post can be found.
  • The dashboards should be able to be customized to showing analytics and search results. Each dashboard include relevant tools like potential reach, tonality, share of voice (SOV), equivalent advertising value (VEP), top languages, RSS feed, content flow, media exposure, heat map-global, trending topics, top publications and countries or regions.
  • 15-month retrospectives of the Twitter network and other social data sources, for comparison and review in the monitoring.
  • Includes Twitter Influencer Alerts (Twitter only), outreach (news only), spike detection and event alerts (40 companies).

Media relations

  • Ability to send email messages to the media (presentations, press releases and media advisories) and track open rates.
  • Ability to load contacts. The customer is responsible for obtaining all required consent from such contacts when necessary.
  • Ability to research, organise and manage relevant media sources and contacts.

Database of journalists

  • Advanced search of the database of media contacts by journalist or publication name, location, pace, role and channel.
  • Access to global media contact databases for Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Kenya, Liechtenstein, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States.

Profiles that can access the monitoring system

  • Access given to five authorised users to the media control service.
  • Ability to connect five own accounts of social networks: Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook.
  • Possibility to create a competitive benchmarking for up to 50 connected public social accounts.
  • Possibility to schedule and publish content on social networks through the platform.
  • Creating report metrics across multiple channels to see the performance of your own social media accounts that are connected.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

To apply, please send the completed tenders submission and declaration form.

Deadline for submissions: 24 April 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.

Academic Programmes Coordinator

Our Academy is a collaborative arena for lifelong learning, helping to build critical capabilities for innovation and transformation. We are training the next generation of urban mobility practitioners, needed by the urban mobility ecosystem of the future. Our programmes are intersectoral, interdisciplinary, international, and entrepreneurial.

Our main vehicles are:

  • Master School
  • Doctoral Training Network
  • Competence Hub
  • Education Capacity Building

The jobholder will report to the Academy Programme Manager and work in close cooperation with the Head of the Master School based at Ghent University and the Head of the Doctoral Training Network based at the Technical University of Munich.

The Academic Programmes Coordinator will be required to develop effective working relationships with a variety of teams and departments across the different universities participating in our academic programmes to continually enhance existing programmes and academic delivery and support the planning and development of new programmes and formats, including the new Fellowship model.

Our academic programmes are developed in line with the EIT Label quality framework and focus on innovation and entrepreneurship education and training (https://eit.europa.eu/our-activities/education/eit-label). S/he will also contribute to improve the student experience and provide administrative support to recently launched student programmes and initiatives such as the Student Entrepreneur Support and the Urban Mobility Consultancy. 

Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Supporting the implementation of the new ‘Innovation and entrepreneurship Fellowship programme’, ensuring alignment with the approved EIT Label model.
  • Supporting with defining the framework for a new innovation and entrepreneurship master programme and identifying the EIT internal processes required to implement it, including setting up and running open calls and calls for EIT Urban Mobility partners and assisting in consortia formation and project selection.
  • Establishing effective relationships with current academic partners, closely working with them to achieve the objectives and strategy in all our academic programmes and initiatives. Identifying potential new partners and support with initiating new business partnerships.
  • Assisting the Master School Office and the Doctoral Training Network Office to deliver important student related events such as the kick-off, the annual forum, and the graduation ceremony.
  • Proposing and driving initiatives to improve efficiency, scalability and student volume.
  • Contributing to the successful implementation of the Student Entrepreneur Support and the Urban Mobility Consultancy, supporting with selecting the projects and drafting the contracts.  
  • Monitoring implementation in line with business plan, budgets and set targets. 
  • Providing regular monitoring and contributing to the regular EIT Label assessment reports.
  • Providing regular reporting on the progress of the activities, the fulfilment of the deadlines, the production of output, issuance of the deliverables and the consumption of resources.
  • Driving synergies between the different activities part of the academic programmes and initiatives portfolio.
  • Ensuring optimal synergies between segments of the EIT Urban Mobility Academy, the rest of EIT Urban Mobility, and the EIT Community.
  • Supporting the Academy Programme Manager and the Academy Management Team with overall administrative tasks.

How to apply

Call for applications and guidelines how to apply for Academic Programmes Coordinator

Application form for Academic Programmes Coordinator

Deadline for applications:  14 April 2023

Location: Barcelona (Spain)

Request for Proposals: Impact Ventures consultancy services – Venture selection and growth specialist

EIT Urban Mobility is investing in startups within its Impact Ventures team. In order to realise value in this proposition, EIT Urban Mobility is “de-risking” these ventures by supporting the management and growing the value of these companies by guiding them in funding programmes such as Acces2Finance, G2Markers, partnering and business development.

These Impact Venture objectives are driven by both a team of professionals at the Head Office and by Investment Portfolio Managers, hereinafter referred to as IPM, at the regional Innovation Hubs of the organisation.

In 2023, EIT Urban Mobility requires consultancy services in two domains: at headquarters level to help the team in Europe-wide activities and at regional level at Innovation Hub West. EIT Urban Mobility doesn´t yet have an IPM at Innovation Hub West. Therefore EIT Urban Mobility is looking for a provider with experience to manage the onboarding and arrival of the IPM and, at the same time, cover certain tasks to accomplish the objectives of this role at a part-time interim basis.

Both role and goals are in line with the overall objective:

Impact Ventures supports and funds top start-ups and scale-ups with the ultimate goal of creating sustainable and more liveable cities.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

To apply, please send the completed tenders submission and declaration form.

Deadline for submissions: 30 March 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.

AIG communication, dissemination and exploitation officer (Innovation)

The Action and Impact Groups (AIG) support EIT Urban Mobility partners identify and access non-EIT funding opportunities for research and innovation activities in the field of mobility e.g. Horizon Europe, Digital Europe.

The AIG communication, dissemination and exploitation (C&D&E) officer will report to the AIG manager. S/he will focus primarily on the delivery of externally awarded projects under the Horizon Europe programme. As EIT Urban Mobility continues to attract external funding, the team ensures all contractual obligations of awards are met with quality content on time and on budget.

This specific role is one of the core functions, dedicated mainly to communications, dissemination and exploitation actions in the field of mobility & energy, covering topics such as logistics of e-mobility batteries, 2nd life use of batteries, energy storage and circular economy. The position will involve communication and presentation of results/findings to industry actors, policy makers and the European knowledge and research community. In addition to that, s/he will have an active role within the Innovation team, providing support to the creation of written and visual content and organising in person and virtual workshops/events for industry, research, and policy stakeholders.

Main tasks and responsibilities include:

  • Write content and make technical and scientific material accessible to different target audiences
  • Design and deliver communication plans
  • Set up and maintain social media channels for European funded projects on digital platforms, mainly LinkedIn
  • Organise and facilitate in-person and online stakeholders’ workshops/forums
  • Create infographics and videos to disseminate results using online platforms
  • Write press releases and official communications material
  • Support with in-person and online event planning, as needed, for the Innovation programme
  • Manage WordPress sites, making regular updates to content and writing news items
  • Prepare and manage event participation, using Eventbrite, sending general invites, drafting event content ensuring GDPR compliance, and working closely with other units
  • Manage the communication/relationship with speakers, before and during events
  • Capacity to engage exploitation, commercialisation and marketing launch strategies
  • Use of graphic design and video editing tools and softwares
  • Work with external providers/companies in the design and development of communication and dissemination materials

How to apply

Call for applications and guidelines how to apply for AIG communication, dissemination and exploitation officer

Application form for AIG communication, dissemination and exploitation officer

Deadline for applications:  7 April 2023

Location: Barcelona (Spain)

AIG climate-neutrality officer (Innovation)

The Action and Impact Groups (AIG) support EIT Urban Mobility partners identify and access non-EIT funding opportunities for research and innovation activities in the field of mobility e.g. Horizon Europe, Digital Europe. The AIG programme also manages EIT Urban Mobility participation in Horizon Europe and other European open innovation projects.

The AIG climate-neutrality officer will report to the AIG manager. S/he will focus primarily on the proposal development and delivery of externally awarded projects, mainly under the programmes Horizon Europe and Digital Europe. As EIT Urban Mobility continues to attract external funding, the team ensures all contractual obligations of awards are met with quality content on time and on budget. This specific role is dedicated primarily to work on the NetZeroCities project supporting the European Commission’s Cities Mission to deliver 100 climateneutral and smart cities by 2030. The position will involve activities related to city-to-city knowledge transfer, replication, and transferability of (mobility) solutions, and other communication, dissemination and exploitation tasks. In addition to that, s/he will have an active role within the AIG team and other Horizon Europe projects in implementation.

Main tasks and responsibilities include:

  • Manage deliverables, milestones and reporting
  • Presentation skills and speaking capacity
  • Relationship building, networking skills
  • Bid writing, evaluation and assessment capacity
  • Preparation of proposals under Horizon Europe and Digital Europe
  • Stakeholder management, & community maintenance
  • Best practice identification & mapping and general desktop research
  • External relations and communications
  • Design and deliver funded / sub-funded programmes
  • Facilitation of workshop skills

How to apply

Call for applications and guidelines how to apply for AIG climate-neutrality officer

Application form for AIG climate-neutrality officer

Deadline for applications:  7 April 2023

Location: Barcelona (Spain)