You hold a Masters degree in the field of natural sciences and/or biomedicine. A previous relevant work experience is desirable.
Education or work experience in one of the following areas (within natural sciences or biomedicine in particular) is a plus: research policy, education policy, innovation policy, research infrastructures, research integrity, animal research, etc.
You are familiar with the European higher education and research sector, with the relevant EU policies, bodies and their functioning.
You have excellent analytical and synthetic skills, which you apply in writing papers and reports.
You have good presentation, communication and networking skills.
You have an excellent command of written and spoken English, level full professional proficiency.
You are well organised, can manage various projects simultaneously and can plan your activities to adhere to short deadlines.
You are self-reliant and can work independently, but are also able to work well with others.
You are able to successfully interact with an international netwerk of contacts at the LERU universities and in Brussels.