Researchers of any nationality can develop their career through public funding linked to European Research Council (ERC) projects, even if they do not receive an ERC Grant.
Recipients of ERC grants can use their funding to recruit other researchers and team members for their project. On average, each team has 4-5 members. Since its inception, ERC funding has helped create jobs for thousands of researchers.
The EURAXESS Jobs portal currently lists more than 150 opportunities on ERC-funded research projects.
If you find a job that interests you, apply to the Principal Investigator (PI) at the institution hosting the project — the Host Institution — using the contact details in the job advertisement.