SCS searches one (E) in charge (E) of mission International Projects

Charged (E) with Mission International Projects

Secured Communicating Solutions Competitiveness Cluster

Inevitable actor of the ecosystem of digital and the accompaniment of the companies and the research laboratories, the SCS Cluster searches un/une in charge (E) of mission international projects on Sophia Antipolis (06) for a two years CDD.

Attached (E) to the head office and in collaboration with all the operational team, your main mission will be the piloting and the follow-up of international projects. You will be in particular in charge of the following missions:

  • To ensure the coordination and the follow-up of the projects: management of the execution of the tasks and the production of deliverable, technical, administrative and financial reporting, communication around the projects;
  • To contribute to the contents of the projects which are articulated on the topics of the Industry of the Future, the smart packaging or the smart grids: organization and participation in “studies visits”, study on the requirements in terms for internationalization and export, definition of strategy of internationalization, organization and accompaniment of SME innovating in missions of prospection and trade shows (MWC, THESE…) in Europe and beyond.
  • To identify the new project appropriatenesses and to coordinate the development of it. 

25% of international displacements to envisage.

You come (E) from a commercial formation or in project management. You have first experience from 3 to 5 years on a similar station. You have a perfect command of English with the oral examination as with the writing. You have a relational ease and a taste pronounced for the international one. You can organize, control and coordinate multipartner projects.

If you are rigorous (), creative (5th), autonomous, force of proposal and impassioned (E) by the innovation and the digital one, JOIN L'EQUIPE of the SCS Cluster!

Send without more delaying your application with guillaume.roux@pole-scs.org

 
February 2018