Europe needs post-doc researchers…

Science and developmentUniversity of Banja Luka

The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is the European Commission’s in-house science service. Operating in Belgium, Germany, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands, with a headcount of over 2,800, the JRC is currently seeking post-doctorate researchers from the EU Member States and from Associated Countries (Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norway, Republic of Moldova, Switzerland, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Serbia) with the right blend of academic/professional experience to work at the cutting edge of scientific and technological developments supporting EU policies.

If you have a sound track record of research in Natural Sciences; Quantitative Sciences; Human and Social Sciences; Agricultural, Environmental and Earth Sciences; Health Sciences, you can make all the difference within the JRC’s stimulating multicultural environment.
In return, you can expect an exciting fixed-term opportunity, a competitive remuneration package and the chance to become involved in some of the most exciting research initiatives in Europe today.

To learn more, visit
and as soon as you are ready to apply, fill in your on-line application at


Registration closes on 1 March 2013.

Reference: EPSO/CAST/S/5/2013.

The JRC promotes equal opportunities and non-discriminatory practices in the workplace.

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