The Data team comprises 15 staff members who provide marine data services to ICES member countries, science expert groups, Regional Seas Conventions (HELCOM and OSPAR), the European Environment Agency (EEA), European Commission, and various other projects and portals.
We seek a candidate to fill the role of Data Officer working primarily with data flows for the assessment of contaminants and biological effects, in close collaboration with national institute experts and the Regional Sea Conventions. The role will require a flexible and service-minded approach, as the ability to manage internal and external relationships with data customers and data providers is both important and very dynamic. A vocational or educational background related to marine chemistry and/or biology are an essential aspect of this role as a thematic understanding is as important as technical skills in this position.
Terms of appointment
The appointment will be full-time, for a four-year contract period starting 1 January 2019.
ICES Secretariat staff enjoy privileges and immunities pursuant to the Host Agreement between the Government of Denmark and ICES. The salary for this role is situated at the “C6" grade which is exempt from Danish income tax and is based on, but not identical to, the United Nations common salary system. A tax-free pension scheme is available.
The ICES Staff Rules set out the conditions and principles of employment and the responsibilities of the staff of the ICES Secretariat.
If you feel you have the professional and personal qualities and potential we are looking for, please submit your application (CV and cover letter) via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 31 October 2018. Please mark your email and applications documents “201808 Data Officer".
Questions about this vacancy may be directed to Head of Data and Information Neil Holdsworth.
ICES is an equal opportunity employer.