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We are always happy to hear from people that are interested in engaging scientific challenges! On a regular basis we are looking for eScience Research Engineers. If you have specific questions on the eScience Research Engineer profile, please contact Rob van Nieuwpoort
eScience Research Engineers are our knowledge experts. They work directly with project teams and divide their time between the physical center at Amsterdam Science Park and the sites of the project partners.
We focus on focus on achieving results jointly and interactively.
We look outward, signaling developments and opportunities, and focus on working with external partners.
We value openness and responsibility, and the confident and constructive expression of ideas.
We use imagination and creativity to come to unconventional solutions and new ideas, and we have the ambition to realize them.
Performing world class research and developing eScience as a discipline requires that excellent scientists can work and develop their career at the Netherlands eScience Center. A Center like ours, that manages its own project portfolio but that is also a funder and a supporter for science, needs to be adequately managed and supported. Therefore we distinguish three main tracks of career development for the eScience Research Engineers:
• Technology Track
• Research Track
• Managerial Track
The Managerial Track has an emphasis on coordination, organization and network functioning, the Technology Track has emphasis on technical skills and working in projects, and the Research Track has a scientific emphasis. The tracks are not mutually exclusive; there is a lot of overlap, in particular at earlier stages of career development.
To realize the ambitions of the center we invest in the personal development of all of our staff. You will discuss your personal development goals with your coordinator at least two times per year. Together you develop a plan on how to reach these goals, and what you need from us in order to do so. For example you have the possibility to follow external training courses to develop your knowledge and skills, or you agree on contributing to, or leading, a specific project within the Center that is relevant for your grow path.
We offer attractive employment conditions based on the CAO-Onderzoekinstellingen.
We are always happy to hear from people that are interested in engaging scientific challenges! On a regular basis we are looking for eScience Research Engineers.
Contact Otto van Rhee for general questions about job opportunities.
If you have specific questions on the eScience Research Engineer profile, please contact Rob van Nieuwpoort.