Project Officer, ERINN Innovation - Dublin
Are you a motivated individual looking to join a creative, dynamic organisation with a focus on using research to create a better, more sustainable society? Do you have a personal interest in, and enthusiasm for, playing a role in creating a culture change to facilitate the increased uptake of scientific knowledge, leading towards a more sustainable future? Are you interested in European and national research, marine coastal biodiversity, healthy oceans, the marine microbiome, and the blue economy? If so, then ERINN Innovation is looking for you!
ERINN Innovation is a rapidly growing organisation with a passion for working with projects, ideas, knowledge and technologies that will contribute to a better world and a healthier planet. We bridge the gap from science to policy, industry and society across a variety of thematic areas. We are driven by a belief in science and a culture of curiosity and are looking for new team members who share these qualities.
The Project Officer (PO) will be responsible for carrying out ERINN’s day-to-day role in specific European projects, ensuring their success for both ERINN and our partnerships. Initially, the projects will have a marine focus, however ERINN’s project portfolio ranges across a variety of sectors including food, health, climate, and energy. To see the types of projects ERINN works in visit the company website. ERINN’s roles in projects typically include leading positions in dissemination, communication, project management, stakeholder engagement and knowledge management and transfer.
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