We are hiring a Research Assistant to join the team working in the Gas Area!

The Florence School of Regulation is looking for a Research Assistant to join the team working in the Gas Area.

 

 

Expected tasks include:

  • Contributing to the research on EU gas policy and regulation.
  • Providing advise and support in the organisation of outreach policy initiatives and training.

Essential:

  • Degree in a field relevant to the post
  • Knowledge of EU policy-making and of EU energy regulation (preferably gas)
  • Experience in research and policy analysis.

Desirable:

  • Previous working experience in international environment.
  • Previous research work or experience in energy (preferably gas) is an asset.

Place: Florence, Italy

Length of contract: 12 months full-time contract with the possibility of renewal for up to 5 years

Deadline: 30 June 2019, at midnight (Florence time)

Further information here.


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