05/10/2020

Scientific Research Assistant

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  • ORGANISATION/COMPANY
    Romanian Space Agency
  • RESEARCH FIELD
    Computer science
    Engineering
    Geography
    GeosciencesOther
    Other
  • RESEARCHER PROFILE
    First Stage Researcher (R1)
  • APPLICATION DEADLINE
    05/11/2020 14:00 - Europe/Athens
  • LOCATION
    Romania › Bucharest
  • TYPE OF CONTRACT
    Temporary
  • JOB STATUS
    Full-time
  • HOURS PER WEEK
    40
  • REFERENCE NUMBER
    50PCCDI/2018

OFFER DESCRIPTION

  1. Romanian Space Agency

The Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) is the coordinator of Romania’s national and international space activities. The Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) is a public institution entirely self-funded, operating under Government Decision no. 923/20.11.1995 and the subsequent decisions of the Ministry of Research and Innovation. The mission of the Romanian Space Agency has four major components:

  • to coordinate national space research and applications programmes
  • to promote space development in Romania
  • to represent the Romanian Government in international space cooperation programmes
  • to research space related issues at the ROSA Research Center

As a coordinator of national space research and applications programme, ROSA designs and coordinates the implementation of the National Space Programme. Following its objectives, the Agency is authorised to establish research and development centers. The Agency develops its own research and development projects through the ROSA Research Centre.

  1. Tasks and responsabilities

The Scientific Research Asistant will be responsible for performing the activities that are foreseen in the work plan of the "Multidisciplinary Complex Project for the Monitoring, Conservation, Protection and Promotion of the Romanian Cultural Heritage".

In particular, his/her contribution may include the following non-exhaustive list of tasks:

  • advancing the Earth Observation knowledge required to fulfil project tasks
  • taking part in Earth Observation training programmes
  • participating in specific research activities
  • dissemination of the project results in scientific conferences
  • availability to travel; attend international meetings as required
  1. Professional qualifications and other requirements
  1. Eligibility criteria

The selection procedure is open to applicants who satisfy the following eligibility criteria, on the closing date for application:

  • A level of education which corresponds to completed undergraduate university studies of at least three/four years attested by a Bachelor’s diploma
  • Be entitled to his or her full rights as citizen
  1. Selection criteria

All eligible applications, according to the afore-mentioned criteria (part A), will be assessed against the requirements listed below. Non-compliance with at least one of the Essential requirements shall result in the exclusion of the candidate from the selection process. Advantages constitute additional assets and will not result in exclusion, if not fulfilled. When filling the application form, candidates are expected to include elements that demonstrate that their profile matches the requirements below.

Essential requirements

  • University degree in a relevant field (e.g. Engineering, Exact sciences, Geosciences, Information Technology, Geography, etc.)
  • Computer skills: intermediate level (e.g. Internet and email, word processing, spreadsheets and databases, etc.)
  • Have a satisfactory knowledge of the English language to the extent necessary to performhis/her duties

Advantages

  • Being enrolled in a graduate programme and / or having a Master’s degree in a relevant field (e.g. Engineering, Exact sciences, Geosciences, Information Technology, Geography, etc.)
  • Basics of remote sensing
  • Knowledge of the current common Earth Observation programmes, including satellite missions
  • Excellent command of both written and spoken English

Behavioural competencies

  • Motivation
  • Excellent communication and team work skills
  • Service mind-set, collaborative and result-oriented approach
  • Ability to manage stress, to prioritise and to take appropriate and timely decisions
  1. Selection procedure

The selection procedure includes the following steps:

  • Candidates should submit their application at ROSA HQ, containing the following:
    • template for application form (to be found at http://www.rosa.ro/index.php/ro/rosa/cariere)
    • curriculum vitae (Europass format) and list of published papers / list of practical applications and projects the candidate has attended / participated to
    • copy of the identity document/passport
    • photocopies of all documents certifying their educational qualifications necessary to prove that they meet the eligibility criteria

ROSA has the right to disqualify applicants who fail to submit all the required documents.

  • After registration, each application will be checked in order to verify that it meets the eligibility criteria.
  • All eligible applications will be evaluated by a Selection Board based on the selection criteria defined in this vacancy notice.
  • All eligible candidates will take a written test. In order to be invited for the interview, the minimum threshold for the written test is 70%. During the interview, the Selection Board will examine each candidate’s profile and will assess their relevancy for this post. The minimum threshold for the interview is 70%. As a result of the written test and interview, the Selection Board will recommend the most suitable candidate(s) for this post. The final score is the arithmetic mean of the scores obtained at the written test and the interview. The minimum threshold to be placed on the reserve list is 70% of the total points.
  • The successful candidate will be selected by ROSA from the best ranked candidates.
  • If, at any stage of the procedure, it is established that any of the information provided by the candidate is incorrect, he/she will be disqualified.
  • If needed, more information may be obtained at [andi.lazar@rosa.ro].
  • Romanian Space Agency
  • The Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) is the coordinator of Romania’s national and international space activities. The Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) is a public institution entirely self-funded, operating under Government Decision no. 923/20.11.1995 and the subsequent decisions of the Ministry of Research and Innovation. The mission of the Romanian Space Agency has four major components:

  • to coordinate national space research and applications programmes
  • to promote space development in Romania
  • to represent the Romanian Government in international space cooperation programmes
  • to research space related issues at the ROSA Research Center
  • As a coordinator of national space research and applications programme, ROSA designs and coordinates the implementation of the National Space Programme. Following its objectives, the Agency is authorised to establish research and development centers. The Agency develops its own research and development projects through the ROSA Research Centre.

  • Tasks and responsabilities
  • The Scientific Research Asistant will be responsible for performing the activities that are foreseen in the work plan of the "Multidisciplinary Complex Project for the Monitoring, Conservation, Protection and Promotion of the Romanian Cultural Heritage".

    In particular, his/her contribution may include the following non-exhaustive list of tasks:

  • advancing the Earth Observation knowledge required to fulfil project tasks
  • taking part in Earth Observation training programmes
  • participating in specific research activities
  • dissemination of the project results in scientific conferences
  • availability to travel; attend international meetings as required
  •  
  • Professional qualifications and other requirements
  • Eligibility criteria
  • The selection procedure is open to applicants who satisfy the following eligibility criteria, on the closing date for application:

  • A level of education which corresponds to completed undergraduate university studies of at least three/four years attested by a Bachelor’s diploma
  • Be entitled to his or her full rights as citizen
  • Selection criteria
  • All eligible applications, according to the afore-mentioned criteria (part A), will be assessed against the requirements listed below. Non-compliance with at least one of the Essential requirements shall result in the exclusion of the candidate from the selection process. Advantages constitute additional assets and will not result in exclusion, if not fulfilled. When filling the application form, candidates are expected to include elements that demonstrate that their profile matches the requirements below.

    Essential requirements

  • University degree in a relevant field (e.g. Engineering, Exact sciences, Geosciences, Information Technology, Geography, etc.)
  • Computer skills: intermediate level (e.g. Internet and email, word processing, spreadsheets and databases, etc.)
  • Have a satisfactory knowledge of the English language to the extent necessary to performhis/her duties
  • Advantages

  • Being enrolled in a graduate programme and / or having a Master’s degree in a relevant field (e.g. Engineering, Exact sciences, Geosciences, Information Technology, Geography, etc.)
  • Basics of remote sensing
  • Knowledge of the current common Earth Observation programmes, including satellite missions
  • Excellent command of both written and spoken English
  • Behavioural competencies

  • Motivation
  • Excellent communication and team work skills
  • Service mind-set, collaborative and result-oriented approach
  • Ability to manage stress, to prioritise and to take appropriate and timely decisions
  •  
  • Selection procedure
  • The selection procedure includes the following steps:

  • Candidates should submit their application at ROSA HQ, containing the following:
    • template for application form (to be found at http://www.rosa.ro/index.php/ro/rosa/cariere)
    • curriculum vitae (Europass format) and list of published papers / list of practical applications and projects the candidate has attended / participated to
    • copy of the identity document/passport
    • photocopies of all documents certifying their educational qualifications necessary to prove that they meet the eligibility criteria
  • ROSA has the right to disqualify applicants who fail to submit all the required documents.

  • After registration, each application will be checked in order to verify that it meets the eligibility criteria.
  • All eligible applications will be evaluated by a Selection Board based on the selection criteria defined in this vacancy notice.
  • All eligible candidates will take a written test. In order to be invited for the interview, the minimum threshold for the written test is 70%. During the interview, the Selection Board will examine each candidate’s profile and will assess their relevancy for this post. The minimum threshold for the interview is 70%. As a result of the written test and interview, the Selection Board will recommend the most suitable candidate(s) for this post. The final score is the arithmetic mean of the scores obtained at the written test and the interview. The minimum threshold to be placed on the reserve list is 70% of the total points.
  • The successful candidate will be selected by ROSA from the best ranked candidates.
  • If, at any stage of the procedure, it is established that any of the information provided by the candidate is incorrect, he/she will be disqualified.
  • If needed, more information may be obtained at [andi.lazar@rosa.ro].

More Information

Offer Requirements

  • REQUIRED EDUCATION LEVEL
    Engineering: Bachelor Degree or equivalent
    Geosciences: Bachelor Degree or equivalent
    Information science: Bachelor Degree or equivalent
    Geography: Bachelor Degree or equivalent
Work location(s)
1 position(s) available at
Romanian Space Agency
Romania
Bucharest

EURAXESS offer ID: 564650

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