European Commission needs input from external experts given the broad range of research domains covered by the framework programmes. Horizon 2020 covers activities related to science and technology, innovation, social sciences and humanities, ethics, gender, communication, project management and more. As an expert, you will receive 450 Euro/day for each full day worked.
The Commission seeks to substantially increase the number of specialists from the commercial and business communities working on the programme, in addition to the numbers of researchers and academics. As an expert, you will receive 450 Euro/day for each full day worked. Your travel and subsistence costs will be refunded.
Working as an independent expert, you could:
- Evaluate proposals to select the best ones for funding
- Monitor the progress of on-going projects
- Evaluate research and innovation (R&I) programmes
- Design R&I policies for the EU
As an expert you perform this work as an independent individual and do not represent a company or organisation. The Commission recruits experts from a central database, where you can register through here at any time. Registration is open to experts of any nationality including those outside of the EU and Associated Countries.