The Policy Learning Platform is an innovative tool of European territorial cooperation, allowing any region in Europe to improve their regional development policies through interregional learning opportunities and targeted expert services.
More details about the Policy Learning Platform are available at the end of this document.
Role and working context
In order to manage and further develop the web and community features of the platform, we are looking for a web & community management expert to join the communications team of the project. Under the coordination of the communications manager and in collaboration with the events expert, you will be in charge of:
The Policy Learning Platform is an Interreg Europe initiative, managed by inno. Your contract will be established with inno TSD (French subsidiary of the inno group) and the work is to be delivered in close collaboration with the joint secretariat of Interreg Europe (JS).
More details about the inno group are available at the end of this document.
Ideally, you should be based in Lille. If this is not the case, we could offer some flexibility with regard to distance work; however, you should stay in / be available to travel to Lille for at least 1 week per month at the Interreg Europe Joint Secretariat, Les Arcuriales – 45, rue de Tournai, entrée D, 59000 Lille, France. In this case your exact presence in the office is to be discussed and established throughout the recruitment process.
Terms of employment
The position is based on a contract under French law. The contract will have a limited duration until end of January 2019 (CDD in French law) that could be extended as an unlimited duration (CDI in French law) in case the annual contract between inno TSD and the JS is renewed.
The assignment will start as soon as possible.
The gross salary is expected to be 32K€ - 35K€ a year on the basis of the full-time job (typically 35 hours per week). This package is open for negotiation according to your professional experience.
All applications should be submitted in English and include the documents below:
This documentation will form the basis of the initial stage of candidate assessment.
The applications are to be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com; please indicate in the subject line: “your name - web & community management position”.
Closing date for applications: 03rd of October 2018
Candidates are invited to provide an easy way to contact them (mobile phone or landline) before and after the interview.
The inno group is a European consulting company specialising in innovation strategy consulting and research valorisation, with offices in Germany (Karlsruhe, Berlin, Leipzig and Rostock), France (Sophia Antipolis, Paris, and Saint-Brieuc) and Sweden (Stockholm). inno TSD, the French subsidiary of the group, based in Sophia Antipolis was established over 30 years ago. It has earned itself an outstanding reputation in the fields related to innovation, research support policies and economic development, not only within France but also throughout Europe. The work of inno TSD includes:
The Policy Learning Platform
inno TSD is the project coordinator of the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform.
The Policy Learning Platform is the second pillar of the Interreg Europe programme, established to boost EU-wide policy learning and capitalisation on practices from regional development policies. The aim of the platform is to make the knowledge and solutions developed by Interreg Europe projects accessible and usable by other regions. Consequently, the Policy Learning Platform offers networking, knowledge sharing and policy learning opportunities to any interested region in Europe, including those not involved in a project funded by Interreg Europe. The Policy Learning Platform is therefore a hub of information and services to facilitate continuous learning mainly among local and regional public authorities in Europe where they can find solutions to improve the way they manage and implement their public policies.
The client is the joint secretariat of Interreg Europe. The project is part of a framework contract with a duration of seven years (started in 2017).