DRMKC - Disaster Risk Management Knowledge Centre
Meta info

Current Opportunities

European flag banner Current Opportunities


ESRA opportunities

All the positions below are taken from External Staff Recruitment Application (ESRA).
ESRA is the JRC's database-driven web application that manages part of the recruitment process for Trainees, Graduate Trainees, Grantholders, Cast and Auxiliary contract staff at the JRC.
More information on https://recruitment.jrc.ec.europa.eu/


Other opportunities

Vacancy: Data Scientist for Early Warning, Crisis Risk, and Impact Assessment - IPSA 10

INFORM is a multi-stakeholder initiative for developing open-source, quantitative analysis to support climate adaptation, disaster and crisis prevention, preparedness and response. INFORM partnership brings together development, humanitarian and other actors to manage risk and better respond to crisis when they do occur. OCHA is a coordinator of INFORM partnership.

Deadline for applications: 21 May 2024, 05:59


Vacancy: Permanent positions for senior researchers

The Aragonese Foundation for Research & Development (ARAID) is launching a new international call for applications to fill up to a maximum of 12 full-time research positions for candidates with a consolidated track record of high-quality research and a demonstrated capacity for leadership, to join any of the research and innovation centres in Aragon,

Deadline for applications: 29 February, 2024


Vacancy: ISC Project Manager Hazards and Disaster Risk

This ISC is seeking a full-time project manager for a temporary position of 18 months for the second phase of the Hazard Definition and Classification project, co-led with the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction.

Deadline for applications: 3 July 2023


Mid Sweden University currently offers a four-year paid full-time PhD student position in sociology affiliated with the Risk and Crisis Research Centre (RCR)—apply today or share with your networks!

The position is focused on the sociological study of topics related to risks, crises, disasters, and resilience, aligned with the research of the discipline and RCR. The position entails independent third-cycle studies, including research (80%) and teaching and administrative tasks (20%). As a doctoral student, you are part of the faculty environment, with your own office and regulated employment benefits. The PhD training consists of classes of 90ECTS and a thesis of 140ETS.