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Subject: Job offer
From: "Diekmann, Markus" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 10 Nov 2009 11:37:07 +0100

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Dear list,


See below a job advertisement (for queries or else, please check the links
below, since I only forwarded the post).





-------- Original Message --------
From: "BARBAS Thomas (JRC-ISPRA)" <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Nov 9, 2009 5:13:07 PM
Subject: FISH: can you please advertise widely in whatever "newsgroups"/fora
you think is relevant and can bring us good candidates
To: [log in to unmask]


There is a FISHREG vacancy (EU nationality not a requirement) for a post-doc
researcher on

1.1.1    Advanced digital archiving infrastructures






30. Post-Doc researcher



 <> FISHREG (Fisheries
Management and Enforcement) 

Application must be delivered before 29 Nov, 2009 - 23:59:59CET




JRC is in charge of collecting and processing fisheries Member State data
via the Data Collection Framework (DCF, Council Reg. (EC) 199/2008)) for the
purposes of producing scientific advice for the Common Fisheries Policy. The
data relates to the biological, economic and environmental dimensions of the
EU fisheries and aquaculture sectors and is collected several times a year
through data calls and a dedicated JRC web site. Starting in 2009, more
disaggregated data will become available and important time series will need
to be collected and preserved. Data quality, data harmonization, data access
and data sharing are key issues for the effective use of the data collected.


Research and development are needed to enhance the underlying IT data
infrastructures for the many diverse incoming data provided by Member
States, but also other types of research data and digital information
available. In 2010, the focus will be to develop and populate an EU-level
database for fleet-specific effort and catch data for most EU sea basins, to
make possible efficient checks on effort reduction agreements. However, the
overall aim is an effective data access and data sharing environment for
both raw and processed data to support many different types of scientific
analyses. The selected candidate will work in a team with fisheries
scientists, fisheries economists, statisticians and IT application


We require 5 years of relevant ICT experience in a research environment
after the first degree or a PhD degree in ICT or related area. Solid
knowledge of data management issues is indispensable. Experience with web
architectures and databases is necessary. Hands-on experience with
statistical software is useful. A strong interest in common languages and
formats for scientific data sharing is very welcome. Experience with formal
data collection schemes will be appreciated 

Duration : 36 months


To apply:

1. read the istructions here


2. send Application (
<> application
form (3 pages) an updated
<> CV in English) and
a copy of your ID card/passport should be submitted by e-mail to the
following e-mail address: 

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