Application is open and available at:
The recruitment process (tailored to the type of positions advertised) will be organised as open, efficient, transparent, gender-balanced, supportive and internationally comparable. This process follows the Code of Conduct for Recruitment of Researchers in the European Charter for Researchers (CCRR).
The selection process will be based on recommendation letters as well as interviews with the ESR candidates considering merit, potential, and which matches researcher’s background to ESR position requirements.
A specific criterion will be the ESR’s potential to interact with the different SHARE-CTD partners and to live the envisioned interdependences between projects and SHARE-CTD activities.
The selection of ESRs will be gender balanced following the EU Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of researchers as laid down in the European Charter for Researchers. All ESR positions will be openly advertised. Advertisements will include an explicit statement that members of groups who are underrepresented in science are encouraged to apply. This may include women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, applicants from low- or middle-income countries, or applicants who are diverse with regards to gender or sexual orientation. We aim to ensure that half of the ESRs enrolled in the network are women, and at least one third are diverse in other aspects.
The two-stage application procedure will be carried out in compliance with the Code of Conduct for Recruitment and the Charter for Researchers.
- The first stage consists of uploading your documents (CV and motivation letter,references, master degree, PDF of masterthesis) and filling out the required information within the application portal of SHARE-CTD between November 15th 2023 and January 31st 2024 at the latest. Please note that we will only evaluate fully completed application forms that are submitted via the application portal before the deadline. You can choose up to three projects of interest.
- Second stage: Selected candidates from the first stage will be invited for interview, possibly remotely, with the network PIs.