The deadline for your resumé is March 12, 2017. Here are the details from the posting in a Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA) Feb. 15, 2017 press release (also on the EurActiv job site),
The Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA) is the leading voice of the nanotechnology industries. On behalf of membership across Europe and around the world, we support the development of nanotech innovations that improve the lives of consumers, preserve our environment and advance our world.
NIA and our Members are committed to the safe, sustainable and beneficial use of nanotechnology and nanomaterials across all industries. We believe in fostering a better understanding of nanotechnology’s important role in society and building a positive global environment for nanotech innovation.
The NIA has an opportunity for a person to join us from March 2017 and play a core role in our Brussels office plus European travel. The successful candidate will undertake tasks including:
· Support for our work within regulatory development for the nanotechnology sector
· Mapping and networking within the Brussels community associated with nanotechnology
· Support for NIA communications, including website redevelopment, plus event administration
· Contribute towards the publication of a nanotechnology report in Q3 2017
· Support for EC [European Commission] project delivery with the NIA team
· Secondment to Spanish research centre for a minimum of 1 month as part pf EC project – business and regulatory research activities
The candidate will have the opportunity to join a motivated small team and gain direct, in depth experience with industry actors in the tasks of delivering nanotechnology innovation within a robust regulatory framework. The candidate will develop a cv with task leadership
Minimum 6 month placement with possibility to renew for an additional 6 months
The internship is reimbursed – details provided on request
· Minimum degree level within nanotechnology or associated discipline
· Interested in regulatory development within technology sectors
· Minimum two languages including fluent written and spoken English
· Self-motivated and able to perform under pressure of deadlines and events
· Proficient with Microsoft Office, social media and website maintenance
· Strong work ethic and willingness to work across the NIA team
Please send a detailed cv with covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 12.
I found more information on the NIA website’s Who we are page,
The Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA) is the sector-independent, responsible voice for the industrial nanotechnologies supply chains.
NIA supports the ongoing innovation and commercialisation of the next generation of technologies and promotes their safe and reliable advancement.
Through NIA’s constant involvement in a number of international organisations, members of the Nanotechnology Industries Association are represented on globally influential fora, such the OECD Working Party on Manufactured Nanomaterials, and the OECD Working Party on Nanotechnology, as well as national and international advisory groups and standardisation committees, such as ISO/TC 229 and CEN/TC 352.
NIA was formed in 2005 in the UK by a group of companies from a variety of industry sectors, including healthcare, chemicals, automotive, materials processing, and consumer products. In September 2008, the NIA opened its international NIA office in Brussels (Belgium), whilst maintaining an independent UK-national representation through NIA-UK based in London. Globally the only industry-focused trade association in nanotechnology, NIA provides a uniquely consolidated perspective derived from a multi-disciplinary membership which operates across a wide range of markets and industrial sectors.
NIA Membership is made up of many varied companies, all of which at different stages of their commercial existence and with a variety of interests in the large range of technologies that derive their benefit from the nanoscale. In NIA, these companies have a representative association to:
- create a clear single ‘voice’ on behalf of the industries’ views,
- to interface with governments,
- to be a source for consultation on regulation and standards,
- to engage with the public,
- to communicate the benefits of nanotechnologies,
- to interact with the media, and
- to inform the public debate on nanotechnology.