We are hiring Project Managers to contribute to Euro-BioImaging’s growth!

Published: 2023-11-14

The Euro-BioImaging Hub team is growing fast thanks to EU project funding. We are hiring several EU Project Managers and Scientific Project Managers to support our growth. Come and join our outstanding team at Euro-BioImaging and shape the future of European biological and biomedical imaging! 

Job descriptions and application deadlines are below.

2 EU Project Manager positions at the Euro-BioImaging Statutory Seat, Turku, Finland

We are looking for two new colleagues with experience in EU projects and/or EU affairs to join our groundbreaking team as EU project manager. If you would like to serve in a pan-European infrastructure and influence international collaborative projects, then apply to join the Statutory Seat team in Turku, Finland.

Apply by November 30: 


Scientific Project Manager - foundingGIDE at the Euro-BioImaging Bio-Hub, EMBL, Heidelberg

The Euro-BioImaging Bio-Hub team at EMBL Heidelberg is looking for a highly motivated Scientific Project Manager to support the operation of the newly funded EU project, foundingGIDE. The project will lay the foundation for a Global Image Data Ecosystem (GIDE) that connects different biological and biomedical image data resources across the globe to allow metadata and data sharing, establishing image data as a Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable resource for the global scientific community. Please help us find a team member to drive the engagement with the international research community and contribute to this ground-breaking project through the organization of workshops and hackathons, scientific dissemination, and engagement with international imaging initiatives.  

Apply by December 8: 


Scientific Project Manager for User Management & Staff Training, Euro-BioImaging Bio-Hub, EMBL, Heidelberg

The Euro-BioImaging Bio-Hub team, located at EMBL Heidelberg, is looking for a Scientific Project Manager for User Management & Staff Training. This colleague will support researchers accessing Euro-BioImaging services, engage new user groups,  and will contribute to developing & organizing training for core facility staff. Wide knowledge of imaging techniques, familiarity with what it’s like to work in a core facility, and interest in community building and outreach will be keys to success in this exciting position.

Apply by December 8:


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