OFERTA RESEARCH TECHNICIAN (RT_GIZ)

DATA DE PUBLICACIÓ

13/01/2021

DATA LÍMIT PRESENTACIÓ OFERTES

27/01/2021

EMAIL ENVIAMENT CV

call@icra.cat

DESCRIPCIÓ DE L'OFERTA

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE JOB

  • Job location:  ICRA – Catalan Institute for Water Research, Girona, Spain
  • Number of positions available: 1
  • Expected start: February 2021
  • Temporal Position. The position is for 3 Months (approximately)
  • Part Time Position (25 h/week)
  • Gross Annual Salary package: 9.375 €

 

JOB PURPOSE / PROJECT DESCRIPTION

  • Research Area at ICRA: Technologies and evaluation (AIII)
  • Project: ECAM-GIZ.

The goal of ECAM-GIZ is to develop a web-based platform to monitor the greenhouse gases emissions from the urban water cycle in cities. We are looking a graduated or a highly motivated student (4th course in the informatics degree) from the programming degree. The selected candidates will join a team at ICRA in charge of developing web-based applications for the water sector. Our vision is to develop tools for the society (free and Open source) so that highly valuable information is generated and transferred to the research sector to enhance our knowledge and to tackle important societal challenges. The candidate would be trained on ICRA’s approach to develop web-based applications. The candidate will take responsibilities in coding the web-based application following the templates provided by ICRA.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Coding of the web-based tool, starting from ICRA templates, using javascript and html;

Link to other researchers involved in the project to get their inputs into the web-based platform;

 

EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & SELECTION CRITERIA

Must Have – Required

Knowledge:

Studies on informatics (can be students who have not yet finished their degree).

Desirable:

Experience:

Experience in programming (C/C++/C#/Java, R / Matlab/Simulink, Node JS, Scala, PHP or similar (Express, ASP, RoR, etc.), HTML5/CSS3, MySQL/MongoDB, Python, Git / Github, Linux / Bash, Arduino / Raspberry Pi)

Skills:

Skills in programming acquired during the degree.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS & ENTITLEMENTS

Working conditions: Employed in compliance with Spanish legislation and regulations. Employees receive the benefits of the Spanish Social Security system covering sickness, maternity/paternity leaves and injuries at work.

International Environment: The opportunity to join a prestigious international research institution and become a member of a young and growing research group.

Continuous training in a high-quality environment.

 

HOW TO APPLY & SELECTION PROCESS

Documentation Submitted:

Motivacion letter and CV (can be in Spanish or Catalan).

DNI or NIE (valid and with work permit in Spain). If you do not have a NIE, please attach a statement that you commit to take the necessary steps to obtain a work and residence permit in Spain.

Aplications and DeadlineDeadline for applications:

Send the required documents to call@icra.cat indicating ref. “RT_GIZ” in the subject of the email.

The deadline to submit the required documentation is January, 27th 2021.

Selection process:

  • Pre-selection: will be based on CV, experience, skills and motivation letter.
  • Interviews: Short-listed candidates will be interviewed.
  • Offered Position: Job Offer will be sent to the successful candidate after the interview.

 

In ICRA we are committed to maintaining and developing a work environment in which the values and principles of our organization are respected and equal opportunities between women and men be promoted in each of the areas in which we operate, not tolerating discrimination based on criteria such age, sex, marital status, race, ethnicity, disabilities, political leanings or sexual orientation. 

Recruitment will be carried out as provided for in Article 15 of Royal Legislative Decree 1/1995 of 24 March passing the text of the Workers' Statute Act, in accordance with the provisions of Article  2 of Royal Decree 2720/98 of 18 December (B.O.E. 8 January 1999), Act nº 12/2001 of July 9 (B.O.E. 10 July) and concordant regulations.

The principle of equality between men and women is taken into account, in accordance with Article 14 of the Spanish Constitution, the EU Directive of 9 February 1976 and the provisions of the Agreement of the Council of Ministers of March 4, 2005, passing the Plan for gender equality in the General State Administration.

Universal accessibility for persons with disabilities is taken into account, in accordance with paragraph 2 of Article 1 of Act nº 51/2003 of 2 December on equal opportunities, and 5% of vacancies are reserved provided the candidates pass the selection processes and are able to accredit disability and compatibility in performing the tasks so that we will progressively reach 2% of the total workforce.