CTAO SECONDMENT OPPORTUNITIES
The CTAO is launching a new call of expression of interest for applications from research institutes and organizations – be they CTAO shareholders or non-shareholders – to temporary second to CTAO their employees with specific technical and scientific expertise needed for the CTAO development.
In general, a secondee at the CTAO has an employment contract with an institution or organization and is temporarily assigned by their own employer to the CTAO gGmbH with the purpose to provide their expertise to CTAO in carrying out predefined activities. A secondee can work remotely or can be relocated, for this specific Spring 2022 Call, there will be no need for relocation.
Each secondment will be given as in-kind contribution (IKC) to CTAO and will correspond to a value (IKC value) depending on the percentage of working time performed at CTAO. This IKC value will be approved by the Council, both for shareholders and non-shareholders.
Depending on the job requirements and the availability of the candidate, the working time will be agreed for the individual case. The secondment should represent a large part of the total working time and be understood as a priority task for the person.
The following list gathers all open secondment positions. A Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section is included to solve common enquires, scroll down to read more. All applications (CV and cover letter – see FAQ) and further questions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications for this specific Spring 2022 Call shall be submitted until 20 May 2022, although incoming applications could also be considered after the application date.
Applications are accepted without distinction on any grounds of gender, race, colour, ethnic or social origin, genetic features, language, religion or belief, political or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, gender identity, property, birth, disability, age or sexual orientation.