A new call for scientific traineeships at the EU Joint Research Centre
The Joint Research Centre (JRC), the European Commission’s science and knowledge service, opened a new call seeking candidates with a strong scientific background to work as trainees in 20 different thematic areas that are relevant to the organization.
The work of JRC concentrates on strengthening the knowledge base for policy-making and it does it focusing on a variety of areas from the environment and climate change to agriculture and food security as well as nuclear safety and security and innovation and growth. JRC has a central role in helping the EU to better understand the present challenges it has to face and provide knowledge to bring long-term solutions.
As the JRC is located in 5 different Member States, applicants can choose the place of the traineeship between Ispra (Italy), Geel (Belgium), Petten (the Netherlands) or Karlsruhe (Germany).
Candidates can choose between 20 different fields that suit their interest, some of them are very specific wherea