About the project:
Project Director(s): Professor Juan Montero and RSCAS Director Erik Jones
Project details: The Transport Area of the Florence School of Regulation (FSR Transport) at the European University Institute’s Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies is dedicated to policy dialogue, policy-relevant research, training, and networking
in the area of transport regulation in Europe. It is concerned with the regulation of all modes of transport and a wide range of other topics related to digital and sustainable mobility.
Job description: The research assistant will provide support to the FSR Transport Project Directors. Main tasks include:
• Drafting and editing research outputs, such as briefs, reports, and workshop summaries;
• Developing networks and communication channels with key stakeholders of FSR Transport;
• Contributing to the scientific organisation of workshops, and liaising the RSC Conference Unit taking care of event logistics;
• Performing analytical and research tasks in the area of transport regulation;
• Providing further assistance and performing additional tasks as required.
Online application form: https://apps.eui.eu/Vacancies/ApplicationSubmission/Index/1697
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- Master’s degree in a field relevant to the position;
- Proven analytical, writing and communication skills;
- Demonstrated knowledge of EU policy, and a willingness to learn about transport and network industries;
- Strong organisational skills and ability to set and meet deadlines gathered through previous experience;
- Proven ability to work in a team and to take initiative
Fill in the online application form (https://apps.eui.eu/Vacancies/ApplicationSubmission/Index/1697) and upload documents as requested:
- CV (max. 2 pages)
- Letter of motivation (max. 2 pages)
- A one-page policy brief based on your personal experience as a passenger on the impact of transport regulation (covering areas of sustainability, digitalization or competition).