The JRC Water & Marine Resources Unit has a key role on achieving EU biodiversity targets through the Project ‘Alien Species Monitoring to Protect European Nature’ (ASPEN), which contributes to the prevention, control and management of Invasive Alien Species (IAS).
ASPEN supports the implementation of the EU Regulation 1143/2014 and is responsible for the European Alien Species Information Network -EASIN, the official information support system foreseen under Art. 25 of the Regulation, underpinning its implementation by providing scientific and spatial data. EASIN also hosts the system allowing compulsory notifications and exchange of information between the European Commission and member States Competent Authorities.
A scientific position is currently open and a public call has been launched. The successful candidate will contribute to review and analyse alien species (AS) distribution in Europe, contributing to the development and update of online webservices and assisting in the coordination of the EASIN Editorial Board.
For more information and how to apply > Sustainable Resources > 2020-IPR-D2-FGIV-015829 – ISPRA https://recruitment.jrc.ec.europa.eu/index.php