As a Project Manager for European co-funded projects, you will be responsible for researching, developing, and drafting concept proposals and bids, as well as properly submitting the proposal/tender applications. Upon approval, you will be responsible for the project(s) implementation and, when required, the coordination.
- Conduct research and draft concepts and proposals/bids on both familiar and unfamiliar subjects.
- Manage EU applications and bids, ensuring compliance with guidelines and regulations.
- Coordinate projects, including communication with project partners and funding authorities.
- Organize and attend project meetings, overseeing the implementation of project activities.
- Prepare deliverables such as studies, reports, publications, articles, training materials, and dissemination materials.
- Track progress of program objectives and ensure full completion.
- Collaborate with other departments e.g. development of dissemination material, training platforms, applications, etc.
- University degree in a related field.
- Minimum of 2 years of work experience in EU project implementation and proposal submission, including EU tenders, grants, and programs such as Erasmus+, Horizon 2020, LIFE, etc.
- Understanding of EU funding schemes and programs.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in Greek and English, with strong editorial and research abilities.
- Team player with a flexible, highly committed, and problem-solving mindset. Goal-oriented and structured working style.
- Ability to travel abroad.
- Proficiency in digital skills.
To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and use the subject line "EU Project Manager" to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate all applications; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. We will treat all applications as strictly confidential and as of our GDPR policy, we will retain the information of not successful applications for no more than 3 months from their submission date.
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