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EU Urban Mobility Observatory
News article1 April 2020

Urban Mobility experts invited to apply to support EIT Urban Mobility

EIT Urban Mobility appoints external experts to support work across a portfolio of activities covering innovation, business creation, education, citizen engagement, Regional Innovation Scheme (RIS), and the EIT Urban Mobility Factory. Independent external experts may assist in a wide array of activities such as evaluation of innovation proposals, monitoring activities, and policy and strategy development. Skills, professional experience, and expertise linked to any of EIT Urban Mobility’s priorities are welcome.

An Expert Expression of Interest form and instructions can be downloaded here. Once completed this should be sent to expertsateiturbanmobility [dot] eu (experts[at]eiturbanmobility[dot]eu). Applicants will receive confirmation of receipt and should note that submission of a completed expression of interest does not guarantee selection for an assignment but will enter applicants into the expert pool. The Expression of Interest will remain valid for three years.

The selection of experts is only made from within the expert pool. The criteria for selection are based on the specificities of the assignment, taking into consideration the professional and technical skills required. Additional considerations may include language skills, geographical, sector, and gender balance. If selected for a specific assignment, EIT staff will contact experts to confirm suitability and availability. Please note;

  • Experts of any nationality may register.
  • Experience with EU-funded projects will be considered an asset. 
  • Proven capacity to work in English is mandatory.

The deadline for the current call for Expressions of Interest is 30 April 2020.

Without exception, staff directly or indirectly employed by EIT Urban Mobility core and project partners are ineligible to be an EIT Urban Mobility expert.

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Publication date
1 April 2020
Topic
Mobility managementPolicy and researchPublic and stakeholder involvement
Country
Europe-wide