Vacancies

Executive Manager 

The European Cyber Conflict Initiative seeks to hire an Executive Manager to help establish the organisation and manage its day-to-day operations. The main responsibilities of the post include operating ECCRI’s social media accounts, managing mailing lists and email correspondence, maintaining the website, and helping to organise ECCRI’s annual conference, policy workshops, and other events. 

A successful applicant will have a proven track record of managing social media activities, event organisation, and other managerial tasks for a research organisation similar to ECCRI. We particularly welcome applications from individuals with some knowledge of the cyber studies field and a degree in a related subject.

To apply, please submit a CV and a one page statement of intent to eccri.management@gmail.com. The closing date for applications is October 1, 2020

Salary: 10.000 euros per annum (0.2 fte)

Mentorship Initiative Director 

The European Cyber Conflict Initiative is looking for a Director to establish and run its Mentorship Initiative. The Director will develop a network of senior experts within the cyber studies field and facilitate the creation of mentor relationships between academics and practitioners and students aspiring to enter the field. This includes organizing lunches and other networking events across Europe. 

A successful applicant will have knowledge of the cyber studies field and show passion for helping young scholars advance in their career paths. Possessing existing relationships with experts in the field is considered a strong asset.

To apply, please submit a CV and a one page statement of intent to eccri.management@gmail.com. The closing date for applications is October 1, 2020

Board Member 

The European Cyber Conflict Initiative welcomes applications for membership of its Advisory Board. Board Members help to define the strategic direction of ECCRI and are key to the long term success of the Initiative. Board Members are typically individuals who are well-established in the cyber studies field and have experience running research projects or designing policy, and we seek to ensure a diversity of perspectives.

Board Members are voting members of the CIO. They are appointed for a period of 3 years and serve on a voluntary basis. We welcome applications from scholars and practitioners. We will accept applications on a rolling basis.