European Expert Network on Culture EAC/2020/OP/0002


This call for tenders has an aim of contributing to the improvement of policy development in the field of culturein Europe through the setting up of an effective network of leading European centres and experts on culture.This network will be called to advise and support the Commission in the analysis of cultural policies, as well asof policies pertaining to the cultural and creative sectors.


Job published date: 
Friday, April 24, 2020
Application Deadline: 
Monday, May 25, 2020
Country: 
Belgium
Region: 
Europe (Member States)
Body: 

Details of post


A scientific coordinator for management of cultural policy projects
  • Description of post: Will be responsible for final content work. S/he will ensure overall coordination and lead the network to perform its various tasks at the highest professional standards providing strong and proactive steering. S/he will exercise adequate quality control of all output and will handle key matters efficiently and within deadlines with the support of the logistical coordinator. In addition, the scientific coordinator will continually and actively promote a better understanding within the network of the European Commission’s expectations, of the role of the network and the nature of output required.
  • Qualifications: · should have at least eight (8) years professional experience managing projects related to cultural policy, including overseeing project delivery and quality control of deliverables; · should have experience in team management of at least five (5) people, strong editorial and clear writing skills, excellent communication and organisational skills. · The scientific coordinator should also have substantial experience from active participation in comparative analyses of culture policy and practice in the context of European and/or major international multidisciplinary collaborative research activities
    · Linguistic skills: Proficient-level knowledge of English ; Knowledge of other languages of the EU will be a plus
  • Duration: 120 day(s)
    Logistical coordinator
  • Description of post: - will be responsible for practical and contractual matters
    - The scientific and the logistical coordinators will be the main contact points for the Commission. They will be responsible for distributing work to network members, for collecting and consolidating contributions from individual experts and for sending the results to the Commission on time and after adequate quality control collecting and consolidating contributions from individual experts and for sending the results to the Commission on time and after adequate quality control
  • Qualifications: •should have at least eight (8) years professional experience in administrative and financial management, good organisational skills

    •Linguistic skills: Proficient-level of English.
  • Duration: 110 day(s)
    Core expert for Cultural Network (+expertise in creative economy)
  • Description of post: The new European Expert Network on Culture is expected to provide independent, rigorous, expert advice, and support to European Commission policy makers, synthesising current research and main issues in a way useful for policy development. The network should be able to provide high-quality advice and support in relation to a wide range of cultural policy issues. The network is expected to provide research analysis, mapping of legislations, funding programmes and schemes, practices and policies in the 27 EU Member States and third countries where necessary, literature reviews, drafting of minutes, and/or policy advice. The expertise of the network should cover all three dimensions defined in the 2018 New European Agenda for Culture: (1) Social dimension - harnessing the power of culture and cultural diversity for social cohesion and well-being (2) Economic dimension - supporting culture-based creativity in education and innovation, and for jobs and growth (3) External dimension - Strengthening international cultural relations
  • Qualifications: •should have a track record of expertise and publications on at least one (1) of the themes in the past 5 years: architecture, archives, libraries and museums, artistic crafts, audiovisual (including film, television, video games and multimedia), tangible and intangible cultural heritage, design, festivals, music, literature, performing arts, publishing, radio and visual arts.
    •Relevant policies, for which the cultural expertise is sought, include inter alia sustainable development, climate change, risk management, environment, regional policy, education, digital policies, tourism, health/well-being and enterprise.
    •should have a strong track record of expertise and publication on the creative economy (including cultural and creative industries and their spillover effects, new business models in the cultural and creative sectors, digital economy, cross-sectorial innovation, etc.).
    •in addition to thematic expertise, the core experts can provide country expertise for at least ten (10) EU Member States.
    • Each should have substantial and up-to-date knowledge and understanding of culture policies and practices in Europe and at the European level.
    • Experience working with and advising decision- makers in culture and other public policy areas is desirable
    • Linguistic skills: Ability to produce reports and replies in English and French.
  • Duration: 60 day(s)
    Core Expert for Cultural network (+expertise in creative economy)
  • Description of post: The new European Expert Network on Culture is expected to provide independent, rigorous, expert advice, and support to European Commission policy makers, synthesising current research and main issues in a way useful for policy development. The network should be able to provide high-quality advice and support in relation to a wide range of cultural policy issues. The network is expected to provide research analysis, mapping of legislations, funding programmes and schemes, practices and policies in the 27 EU Member States and third countries where necessary, literature reviews, drafting of minutes, and/or policy advice. The expertise of the network should cover all three dimensions defined in the 2018 New European Agenda for Culture: (1) Social dimension - harnessing the power of culture and cultural diversity for social cohesion and well-being (2) Economic dimension - supporting culture-based creativity in education and innovation, and for jobs and growth (3) External dimension - Strengthening international cultural relations
  • Qualifications: •should have a track record of expertise and publications on at least one (1) of the themes in the past 5 years: architecture, archives, libraries and museums, artistic crafts, audiovisual (including film, television, video games and multimedia), tangible and intangible cultural heritage, design, festivals, music, literature, performing arts, publishing, radio and visual arts.
    •Relevant policies, for which the cultural expertise is sought, include inter alia sustainable development, climate change, risk management, environment, regional policy, education, digital policies, tourism, health/well-being and enterprise.
    •should have a strong track record of expertise and publication on the creative economy (including cultural and creative industries and their spillover effects, new business models in the cultural and creative sectors, digital economy, cross-sectorial innovation, etc.).
    •in addition to thematic expertise, the core experts can provide country expertise for at least ten (10) EU Member States.
    • Each should have substantial and up-to-date knowledge and understanding of culture policies and practices in Europe and at the European level.
    • Experience working with and advising decision- makers in culture and other public policy areas is desirable
    • Linguistic skills: Ability to produce reports and replies in English and French.
  • Duration: 60 day(s)
    Core Expert for Cultural network(+creative economy expertise)
  • Description of post: The new European Expert Network on Culture is expected to provide independent, rigorous, expert advice, and support to European Commission policy makers, synthesising current research and main issues in a way useful for policy development. The network should be able to provide high-quality advice and support in relation to a wide range of cultural policy issues. The network is expected to provide research analysis, mapping of legislations, funding programmes and schemes, practices and policies in the 27 EU Member States and third countries where necessary, literature reviews, drafting of minutes, and/or policy advice. The expertise of the network should cover all three dimensions defined in the 2018 New European Agenda for Culture: (1) Social dimension - harnessing the power of culture and cultural diversity for social cohesion and well-being (2) Economic dimension - supporting culture-based creativity in education and innovation, and for jobs and growth (3) External dimension - Strengthening international cultural relations
  • Qualifications: •should have a track record of expertise and publications on at least one (1) of the themes in the past 5 years: architecture, archives, libraries and museums, artistic crafts, audiovisual (including film, television, video games and multimedia), tangible and intangible cultural heritage, design, festivals, music, literature, performing arts, publishing, radio and visual arts.
    •Relevant policies, for which the cultural expertise is sought, include inter alia sustainable development, climate change, risk management, environment, regional policy, education, digital policies, tourism, health/well-being and enterprise.
    •should have a strong track record of expertise and publication on the creative economy (including cultural and creative industries and their spillover effects, new business models in the cultural and creative sectors, digital economy, cross-sectorial innovation, etc.).
    •in addition to thematic expertise, the core experts can provide country expertise for at least ten (10) EU Member States.
    • Each should have substantial and up-to-date knowledge and understanding of culture policies and practices in Europe and at the European level.
    • Experience working with and advising decision- makers in culture and other public policy areas is desirable
    • Linguistic skills: Ability to produce reports and replies in English and French.
  • Duration: 60 day(s)
    Core Expert for Cultural Network (+expertise cultural heritage policy)
  • Description of post: The new European Expert Network on Culture is expected to provide independent, rigorous, expert advice, and support to European Commission policy makers, synthesising current research and main issues in a way useful for policy development. The network should be able to provide high-quality advice and support in relation to a wide range of cultural policy issues. The network is expected to provide research analysis, mapping of legislations, funding programmes and schemes, practices and policies in the 27 EU Member States and third countries where necessary, literature reviews, drafting of minutes, and/or policy advice. The expertise of the network should cover all three dimensions defined in the 2018 New European Agenda for Culture: (1) Social dimension - harnessing the power of culture and cultural diversity for social cohesion and well-being (2) Economic dimension - supporting culture-based creativity in education and innovation, and for jobs and growth (3) External dimension - Strengthening international cultural relations
  • Qualifications: •should have a track record of expertise and publications on at least one (1) of the themes in the past 5 years: architecture, archives, libraries and museums, artistic crafts, audiovisual (including film, television, video games and multimedia), tangible and intangible cultural heritage, design, festivals, music, literature, performing arts, publishing, radio and visual arts.
    •Relevant policies, for which the cultural expertise is sought, include inter alia sustainable development, climate change, risk management, environment, regional policy, education, digital policies, tourism, health/well-being and enterprise.
    •should have a strong track record of expertise and publication on cultural heritage policy.
    •in addition to thematic expertise, the core experts can provide country expertise for at least ten (10) EU Member States.
    • Each should have substantial and up-to-date knowledge and understanding of culture policies and practices in Europe and at the European level.
    • Experience working with and advising decision- makers in culture and other public policy areas is desirable
    • Linguistic skills: Ability to produce reports and replies in English and French.
  • Duration: 60 day(s)
    Core Expert for Cultural Network (+data analysis and statistics)
  • Description of post: The new European Expert Network on Culture is expected to provide independent, rigorous, expert advice, and support to European Commission policy makers, synthesising current research and main issues in a way useful for policy development. The network should be able to provide high-quality advice and support in relation to a wide range of cultural policy issues. The network is expected to provide research analysis, mapping of legislations, funding programmes and schemes, practices and policies in the 27 EU Member States and third countries where necessary, literature reviews, drafting of minutes, and/or policy advice. The expertise of the network should cover all three dimensions defined in the 2018 New European Agenda for Culture: (1) Social dimension - harnessing the power of culture and cultural diversity for social cohesion and well-being (2) Economic dimension - supporting culture-based creativity in education and innovation, and for jobs and growth (3) External dimension - Strengthening international cultural relations
  • Qualifications: •should have a track record of expertise and publications on at least one (1) of the themes in the past 5 years: architecture, archives, libraries and museums, artistic crafts, audiovisual (including film, television, video games and multimedia), tangible and intangible cultural heritage, design, festivals, music, literature, performing arts, publishing, radio and visual arts.
    •Relevant policies, for which the cultural expertise is sought, include inter alia sustainable development, climate change, risk management, environment, regional policy, education, digital policies, tourism, health/well-being and enterprise.
    •should have a strong track record of expertise and publication on data analysis and statistics
    •in addition to thematic expertise, the core experts can provide country expertise for at least ten (10) EU Member States.
    • Each should have substantial and up-to-date knowledge and understanding of culture policies and practices in Europe and at the European level.
    • Experience working with and advising decision- makers in culture and other public policy areas is desirable
    • Linguistic skills: Ability to produce reports and replies in English and French.
  • Duration: 60 day(s)
    Core Expert for Cultural Network (+data analysis and statistics)
  • Description of post: The new European Expert Network on Culture is expected to provide independent, rigorous, expert advice, and support to European Commission policy makers, synthesising current research and main issues in a way useful for policy development. The network should be able to provide high-quality advice and support in relation to a wide range of cultural policy issues. The network is expected to provide research analysis, mapping of legislations, funding programmes and schemes, practices and policies in the 27 EU Member States and third countries where necessary, literature reviews, drafting of minutes, and/or policy advice. The expertise of the network should cover all three dimensions defined in the 2018 New European Agenda for Culture: (1) Social dimension - harnessing the power of culture and cultural diversity for social cohesion and well-being (2) Economic dimension - supporting culture-based creativity in education and innovation, and for jobs and growth (3) External dimension - Strengthening international cultural relations
  • Qualifications: •should have a track record of expertise and publications on at least one (1) of the themes in the past 5 years: architecture, archives, libraries and museums, artistic crafts, audiovisual (including film, television, video games and multimedia), tangible and intangible cultural heritage, design, festivals, music, literature, performing arts, publishing, radio and visual arts.
    •Relevant policies, for which the cultural expertise is sought, include inter alia sustainable development, climate change, risk management, environment, regional policy, education, digital policies, tourism, health/well-being and enterprise.
    •should have a strong track record of expertise and publication on data analysis and statistics
    •in addition to thematic expertise, the core experts can provide country expertise for at least ten (10) EU Member States.
    • Each should have substantial and up-to-date knowledge and understanding of culture policies and practices in Europe and at the European level.
    • Experience working with and advising decision- makers in culture and other public policy areas is desirable
    • Linguistic skills: Ability to produce reports and replies in English and French.
  • Duration: 60 day(s)
    Core Expert for Cultural Network
  • Description of post: The new European Expert Network on Culture is expected to provide independent, rigorous, expert advice, and support to European Commission policy makers, synthesising current research and main issues in a way useful for policy development. The network should be able to provide high-quality advice and support in relation to a wide range of cultural policy issues. The network is expected to provide research analysis, mapping of legislations, funding programmes and schemes, practices and policies in the 27 EU Member States and third countries where necessary, literature reviews, drafting of minutes, and/or policy advice. The expertise of the network should cover all three dimensions defined in the 2018 New European Agenda for Culture: (1) Social dimension - harnessing the power of culture and cultural diversity for social cohesion and well-being (2) Economic dimension - supporting culture-based creativity in education and innovation, and for jobs and growth (3) External dimension - Strengthening international cultural relations
  • Qualifications: •should have a track record of expertise and publications on at least one (1) of the themes in the past 5 years: architecture, archives, libraries and museums, artistic crafts, audiovisual (including film, television, video games and multimedia), tangible and intangible cultural heritage, design, festivals, music, literature, performing arts, publishing, radio and visual arts.
    •Relevant policies, for which the cultural expertise is sought, include inter alia sustainable development, climate change, risk management, environment, regional policy, education, digital policies, tourism, health/well-being and enterprise.
    •in addition to thematic expertise, the core experts can provide country expertise for at least ten (10) EU Member States.
    • Each should have substantial and up-to-date knowledge and understanding of culture policies and practices in Europe and at the European level.
    • Experience working with and advising decision- makers in culture and other public policy areas is desirable
    • Linguistic skills: Ability to produce reports and replies in English and French.
  • Duration: 60 day(s)
    Core Expert for Cultural Network - general
  • Description of post: The new European Expert Network on Culture is expected to provide independent, rigorous, expert advice, and support to European Commission policy makers, synthesising current research and main issues in a way useful for policy development. The network should be able to provide high-quality advice and support in relation to a wide range of cultural policy issues. The network is expected to provide research analysis, mapping of legislations, funding programmes and schemes, practices and policies in the 27 EU Member States and third countries where necessary, literature reviews, drafting of minutes, and/or policy advice. The expertise of the network should cover all three dimensions defined in the 2018 New European Agenda for Culture: (1) Social dimension - harnessing the power of culture and cultural diversity for social cohesion and well-being (2) Economic dimension - supporting culture-based creativity in education and innovation, and for jobs and growth (3) External dimension - Strengthening international cultural relations
  • Qualifications: •should have a track record of expertise and publications on at least one (1) of the themes in the past 5 years: architecture, archives, libraries and museums, artistic crafts, audiovisual (including film, television, video games and multimedia), tangible and intangible cultural heritage, design, festivals, music, literature, performing arts, publishing, radio and visual arts.
    •Relevant policies, for which the cultural expertise is sought, include inter alia sustainable development, climate change, risk management, environment, regional policy, education, digital policies, tourism, health/well-being and enterprise.
    •in addition to thematic expertise, the core experts can provide country expertise for at least ten (10) EU Member States.
    • Each should have substantial and up-to-date knowledge and understanding of culture policies and practices in Europe and at the European level.
    • Experience working with and advising decision- makers in culture and other public policy areas is desirable
    • Linguistic skills: Ability to produce reports and replies in English and French.
  • Duration: 60 day(s)
    Name of Project: 
    European Expert Network on Culture EAC/2020/OP/0002
    Status: 
    Closed
    Project start date: 
    Friday, April 24, 2020
    Project end date: 
    Thursday, May 14, 2020
    Duration: 
    20 day(s)