EEA seeks five new members of its Scientific Committee

News Published 03 Aug 2012 Last modified 21 Jun 2016
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The European Environment Agency (EEA) is looking for scientists interested in becoming members of its Scientific Committee. The Scientific Committee supports the EEA by providing independent opinions on the Agency's work programmes, recruitment of scientific staff, and scientific questions from the Management Board or Executive Director.

Members of the Scientific Committee attend regular meetings, usually held at the EEA premises in Copenhagen. Members do not receive remuneration but are entitled to an indemnity for each full day meeting, alongside travel and accommodation expenses.

Applicants should have a university degree in a relevant scientific area with at least 10 years professional experience and be a national of one of the EEA member countries. They must also have expertise in one or more of the following areas:

  • Biodiversity, nature conservation and ecosystems management
  • Terrestrial ecosystems and soils
  • Marine ecosystems and maritime space
  • Urban systems and quality of life
  • Systems resilience and adaptation to environmental change
  • Chemicals and the environment
  • Environment policy
  • Environment statistics and accounting
  • Environmental information systems
  • Environmental monitoring

Expressions of interest must be submitted online by 12.00 Central European Time on Wednesday 12 September 2012.

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