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  • 13 Mar 2014 6:24 PM | Emma Lythgoe (Administrator)
    Call for EARMA Professional Development Programme Assessors

    The aim of the Call is to identify and select qualified and experienced professionals to join the Programme’s Pool of Assessors. The Assessors selected within the framework of this Call will be involved in the process for the assessments submitted during the first round of Research Management programme. To be considered as an Assessor, you need to have documented practical and theoretical experience within one or more fields of expertise. Please provide: 

    • Motivation Letter (including name and contact details) 1 page
    • Full CV
    • Previous experience 1 page
    • Fields of expertise (according to the training programme) 1 page

    If your application is a match for our needs, then we will contact you with more information. The Pool of Assessors is set up for the programme 2014-2015 and will be updated if necessary.


    Applications should be submitted to EARMA (secretary@earma.org) and marked “EARMA Training Programme”. Deadline for sending in your application is Friday April 11 2014 at 17:00 CET. and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

    For further information about the EARMA Professional Development Programme please click here.
  • 12 Mar 2014 11:46 AM | Emma Lythgoe (Administrator)
    Call for EARMA Professional Development Programme Trainers

    EARMA is looking for trainers to help deliver the Professional Development Training Programme.
    We are looking for trainers with expertise, passion, and teaching experience to join the Programme’s Pool of Trainers. The Trainers selected within the framework of this Call will be involved in the training process during the first round of Research Management trainings.
    To be considered as a trainer, you need to have documented practical and theoretical experience within one or more fields of expertise. Please provide:
    • Motivation Letter (including name and contact details) 1 page
    • Full CV
    • Previous experience 1 page
    • Fields of expertise (according to the training programme) 1 page

    If your application is a match for our needs, then we will contact you with more information. Trainers selected for training activities may be reimbursed based on individual agreements. Please note that we may keep your data on file for future consideration.
       
    Applications should be submitted to EARMA (secretary@earma.org) and marked “EARMA Training Programme”. Deadline for sending in your application is Friday April 11 2014 at 17:00 CET. and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

    For further information about the EARMA Professional Development Programme me please click here.


  • 05 Mar 2014 11:48 AM | Emma Lythgoe (Administrator)
    Call for EARMA Professional Development Programme Administrator

    EARMA is now on the brink of launching its professional development scheme, consisting of three certified and accredited course programs of two year each. In order to set up the scheme, EARMA wishes to engage services to help realize the most ambitious life-long-learning program in the history of research administration in Europe.

    EARMA is working together with our sister association in the UK, ARMA, who are handling the certification process. What we are looking for is a person, who is self-motivated, proactive, independent and creative. The person will;


    • market the program: produce flyers, set up a website, communicate with potential candidates

    • Establish a registration module, handle registrations and payments,

    • Negotiate with venues

    • Plan training, work with trainers

    • Prepare course information and course material

    • Follow up on evaluation

    • Liaise with our ARMA partners


    In short: be the catalyst who brings the brilliant ideas to reality. You need to be fluent in English, spoken and written, and you need to be able to allocate time to fulfill the tasks within the deadlines. We need a person who can start immediately.

    We estimate this to be 3 months full-time equivalent work in 2014, at a fixed price of € 10.000 to be delivered between 1st April 2014 - 30th November 2014.


    Application deadline is 15th March 2014. Applications should be returned to secretary@earma.org. Applications should provide a short motivation statement (1page) and a CV as one single pdf document entitled surname_firstname.pdf

  • 20 Nov 2013 5:48 PM | David Lauder
    This is a reminder that we invite you to submit your topics proposals for the Annual Conference at Tallinn next year.  
  • 21 Sep 2013 3:59 PM | Emma Lythgoe (Administrator)

    Call for Proposals

    The 24th annual ARMA Conference will take place in June 2014 at the Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre on Blackpool’s famous Promenade.

    Our Conference continues to grow each year and following on from the unbridled success of our flagship event in Nottingham earlier this year, the ARMA 2014 Conference promises to deliver even more opportunities to network, share best practice and catch up on the latest issues affecting ARMA members and their sectors.

    The aim of our Conference is to promote excellence in research management and administration by sharing best practice through a mix of workshops, plenary sessions, networking opportunities and social events. Held over two full days (plus a Monday evening social function), the format will be similar to our recent conferences, with two plenary sessions and six parallel slots, each with up to 7 sessions.

    We now seek suggestions for various session types, focussed around the seven themes of the ARMA Professional Development Framework, and invite colleagues to submit outline proposals or ideas for the  2014 Conference by Wednesday 16 October 2013.

    For further information
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