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ECDA Student Assistant Marketing & Events Coordinator

About us

The Erasmus Centre for Data Analytics (ECDA) is a flagship centre of excellence of Erasmus University Rotterdam on AI, data and digitalization. Bringing together academic experts, organisational leaders and students, the ECDA team and its community gives you access to world-class research, meaningful know-how, data analytics tools and a relevant network to boost your journey in the space of data analytics, machine learning and Artificial Intelligence. Our purpose is to facilitate the Erasmus University and its public and private partner organisations to prepare society for a data-driven future, hands-on and human-centred, towards a sustainable world.

What will you do?

We are looking for someone who is passionate about marketing and is able to create a vision for the marketing strategy of ECDA and the Data Collaboratory.

  • Create marketing material for ECDA and the Data Collaboratory to effectively communicate with our stakeholder.
  • Formulate a marketing strategy which helps us to set up a brand attractive for our stakeholders
  • Manage and grow social media channels (Linkedin, Instagram, Youtube)
  • Help organize events (summits, summer schools, masterclasses)

What do you get out of it?

  • Experience: A great learning opportunity where you can be in charge of the strategy and implementation.
  • Compensation: You would be paid as a student assistant and would work around 8 hours a week. How and when you work these hours is usually quite flexible.
  • Network: Access to top companies, academics in the field of data and AI.

Interested? Send an email to chakraborty@rsm.nl with your CV and motivation.

ECDA Programme Manager

Deadline: September 30, 2022

Your role

“Creating positive societal impact: the Erasmian way” is central in the strategy of the Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR).

The Erasmus Centre for Data Analytics (ECDA) facilitates Erasmus University Rotterdam and its public and private partner organisations in preparing society for a data-driven future, hands-on and human-centred, towards a sustainable world. ECDA brings together academic experts, organisation leaders and students, and offers access to world-class education and research, meaningful know-how, data analytics tools and a relevant network to societal and business organisations. This boosts a future for the use of data analytics and AI in business and society, and increases the benefits from the digital transformation.

The ECDA:

  • Facilitates hands-on education to students and executives.
  • Organises exclusive events, seminars, and summits
  • Offers a learning community that includes public and private organisations, academia and students
  • Facilitates multi-disciplinary research and innovation based on over 25 expert practices on data analytics, digitalisation and AI
  • Offers infrastructure for data, analytics, and AI in collaboration with technology partners

That’s why ECDA is looking for a Programme Manager from 1 July 2022.

You will co-ordinate and organise several ECDA educational programmes and will be responsible for their optimal performance and quality. You will work with the ECDA team as well as internal and external colleagues and lecturers.

Would you like to be instrumental in making progress towards a better and data driven future?

You will co-ordinate and organise several ECDA educational programmes and will be responsible for their optimal performance and quality. You will work with the ECDA team as well as internal and external colleagues and lecturers.

Would you like to be instrumental in making progress towards a better and data driven future?

 

Your main tasks

  • organising and coordinating Executive Education programmes such as Leadership challenges with data analytics and Leadership challenges with data analytics in higher education
  • advising on Leadership Challenge schedules in consultation with lecturers, student assistants and the ECDA timetabling team
  • preparing course manuals and newsletters, and managing information for the programmes for which you have responsibility on the website and information channels
  • organising programme-related and ECDA events in various venues
  • organising and coordinating challenges in which bachelor and master students work on real-life problems from one of ECDA’s partners
  • identifying and analysing problem areas in services offered by ECDA, and developing proposals for improvement
  • periodically evaluating effectiveness and efficiency of ECDA activities based on evidence and management information, and optimising them with colleagues
  • developing processes contributing to the quality of ECDA services
  • drafting course fees, drafting offers to candidate clients, making proposals for the general budget, and monitoring activities for these proposals
  • attending meetings and providing information about the programmes
  • supervising student assistants, in consultation with colleagues
  • participating in projects and working groups in ECDA.

 

Required qualifications

  • Successful completion of education at least at HBO- or bachelor level, and professional and intellectual abilities that are equal to or greater than this
  • A minimum of two years of relevant work experience in an educational setting
  • Excellent organisational abilities and a methodical approach to work
  • High level of proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio)
  • Applicants with knowledge of education-related systems such as Canvas have an advantage
  • Good communication skills. We require candidates to have both native Dutch and fluent spoken and written English (minimum C1.1 level)

 

Your required competencies

  • Affiliation with or expertise in data, analytics, and artificial intelligence
  • Meticulous in carrying out work activities and an affinity with administrative processes
  • Strong numerical skills and analytical abilities
  • A sense of responsibility to the team and to the university’s mission, but also able to work independently and proactively
  • A can-do and start-up mentality
  • Accustomed to, and smart at, dealing with multiple simultaneous tasks and deadlines
  • Focused on customer service and solution-oriented
  • Flexibility with time and with performing the tasks at hand to ensure the smooth running of ECDA services
  • Willingness to undertake training within the organisation and elsewhere.

 

We offer

We are offering a contract for 0.8 to 1.0 FTE, initially for a year, with the prospect of an extension based on good performance. About 50 per cent of work can be done remotely or from home. You will be required to attend Erasmus University Rotterdam’s Woudestein campus for team sessions and in-class sessions.

The conditions of employment correspond with the collective labour agreement for Dutch Universities (CAO NU). https://www.universiteitenvannederland.nl/files/documenten/CAO/2021/CLA_Universities_Netherlands_2021_2022.pdf

 Salary is subject to training and experience and may vary from a minimum of € 2,846 (scale 10-0 CAO NU) gross per month and up to a maximum of € 4,490 gross per month (scale 10-12 CAO NU), based on a full-time contract of 38 hours.

Erasmus University has attractive employment conditions, which include a holiday allowance of 8 per cent, an end-of-year bonus of 8.3 per cent, and a considerate amount of vacation days. More information is available at https://www.eur.nl/en/working/our-employer-vision/employment-conditions

Training and career development opportunities:

EUR offers all employees an annual personal career budget which can be used to advance your skills and competences. There are lots of training, development, and coaching opportunities at EUR too.

 

Applications

If you are interested in this position, please contact Dr Marcel van Oosterhout

at moosterhout@rsm.nl with cover letter and résumé in English.

For questions please contact Dr Marcel van Oosterhout at moosterhout@rsm.nl

or see ecda.eur.nl

The closing date is 30 September 2022.

Details from this advertisement are not to be used for other marketing activities.

 

About RSM

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) is one of Europe’s top-ranked business schools. RSM provides ground-breaking research and education furthering excellence in all aspects of management and is based in the international port city of Rotterdam – a vital nexus of business, logistics and trade. RSM’s primary focus is on developing business leaders with international careers who can become a force for positive change by carrying their innovative mindset into a sustainable future. Our first-class range of bachelor, master, MBA, PhD and executive programmes encourage them to become critical, creative, caring and collaborative thinkers and doers. Study information and activities for future students, executives and alumni are also organised from the RSM office in Chengdu, China. www.rsm.nl

RSM is an equal opportunity employer and explicitly encourages applications from candidates of all genders, ethnicities, and nationalities.

 

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Full Professor in Information Systems and Artificial Intelligence at Rotterdam School of Management

Deadline: March 25, 2022

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) is the international business school of Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR). Consistently ranked among Europe’s top business schools, with a world-leading research facility and backed by 50 years of experience in business and management education, the School has a track record of delivering real impact when helping people and organizations to perform at their best.

The School is now looking to appoint a Full Professor in Information Systems and Artificial Intelligence to join the Business Information Management (BIM) section in the department of Technology and Operations Management.

The BIM section, ranked as one of the best in Europe, has a large, young, and highly international faculty (16 full-time research-active tenure-track faculty members, 10 full-time and part-time lecturers) educated at renowned institutions in Europe, Asia, and the USA. The BIM section runs a US-style PhD programme and includes 12 PhD candidates. In the past five years, our PhD candidates have accepted faculty positions at top business schools all around the world including Copenhagen Business School, George Washington University, IE Business School, Northwestern University, and MIT Center for Information Systems Research.

BIM is the founding member of the Erasmus Centre for Data Analytics (ECDA), it is also leading a number of ECDA practices, and has developed extensive collaborations with many industry partners. BIM has access to its Erasmus Data Collaboratory as well as to excellent research facilities such as the Erasmus Behavioural Lab and several high-performance computing resources through the SURFsara foundation. All BIM faculty members are supported by the Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM) helps faculty to organise and attend conferences, assist with journal submissions, outbound and inbound research visits, and access to databases.

Ph.D. Research in Energy Transition

Deadline: Dec 1, 2021

The MAGPIE consortium, consisting of 4 ports (Lighthouse port Rotterdam, Fellow Ports DeltaPort (inland), Sines and HAROPA), 9 research institutes and universities, 32 private companies and 4 other institutes, forms a unique collaboration addressing the missing link between green energy supply and green energy use in port-related transport and the implementation of digitalisation, automation, and autonomy to increase transport efficiency. This project accelerates the introduction of green energy carriers combined with realisation of and logistic optimisation in ports through automation and autonomous operations. A living lab approach is applied in which technological and nontechnological innovations are developed or demonstrated. All results feed into the Master Plan for the future European green port, aiming at full decarbonisation by 2050 by providing solutions that can be implemented immediately to make significant steps in decarbonisation already by 2030.

We are seeking highly motivated students with demonstrated academic ability, those who possess a commitment to interdisciplinary research on significant information technology and management issues, and those who desire to pursue an academic research career in this field.

Keywords

Energy transition, Sector coupling, Multi-modal transportation, Port, Energy supply-demand matching, Green information systems, Energy informatics

Ph.D. Research in Smart and Sustainable Transport in Ports

Deadline: Dec 1, 2021

As part of a large European project MAGPIE , we offer a PhD position in smart and sustainable transport within ports. With the increasing awareness of climate change, industries are under more and more pressure to reduce their carbon footprint. One sector that contributes significantly to CO2 emission are international ports. In this project, we study ways to reduce the carbon footprint of one of the largest ports in the world. To do this, we study the implementation of electric, and potentially autonomous, transportation modes within the port. We will particularly focus on two modes of transport: 1) autonomous and electric barges for inter-terminal transportation, 2) green connected trucks. In two separate work packages, we study the challenges in the implementation of these green alternatives. In the third part of the research, we develop a simulation model combined with optimization that can determine the optimal use of the different modes of transportation.

Keywords

Transport and Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, Energy Transition, Multi-modal Transportation, Ports

PhD candidates to research societal impact of AI

Deadline: Oct 15, 2021

Whether it’s grocery shopping or dating, managing our work life, finding out about (possible) future diseases, or streaming a show on Netflix; artificial intelligence (AI) is changing our daily life.

What is the next step for AI? The interdisciplinary Erasmus Initiative ‘Societal Impact of AI’ aims for innovative research and education in AI that places society centre stage. Together with key stakeholders we will set the expectations for the use of AI that benefits society, bringing AI closer to the people. We focus on ensuring human augmentation with AI – AI that works in a manner consistent with the expectations of individual citizens and society.

To do so, we set the rules of engagement for the application of AI in key domains of our society, including work, media, health, and (urban) art. As a team, we address hot topics such as urban AI, deep fake, medical decision making, and digital placemaking and street art. We embrace a multidisciplinary and multimethod approach, including data science, citizen science, and living labs. We also create new opportunities for citizens, students, scholars and organisations to unlock their full potential with AI as co-worker and trusted advisor.

As a PhD candidate, you will get the unique opportunity to help shape the Initiative with your research plan. Closely collaborating with your fellow PhDs and mentored by top scholars from various disciplines, you are encouraged and supported to conduct your PhD project. The position starts in January 2022.

Top talent fellowships societal impact of AI

Deadline: Oct 15, 2021

Whether it’s grocery shopping or dating, managing our work life, finding out about (possible) future diseases, or streaming a show on Netflix; artificial intelligence (AI) is changing our daily life.

What is the next step for AI? The interdisciplinary Erasmus Initiative ‘Societal Impact of AI’ aims for innovative research and education in AI that places society centre stage. Together with key stakeholders we will set the expectations for the use of AI that benefits society, bringing AI closer to the people. We focus on ensuring human augmentation with AI – AI that works in a manner consistent with the expectations of individual citizens and society.

To do so, we set the rules of engagement for the application of AI in key domains of our society, including work, media, health, and (urban) art. As a team, we address hot topics such as urban AI, deep fake, medical decision making, and digital placemaking and street art. We embrace a multidisciplinary and multimethod approach, including data science, citizen science, and living labs. We also create new opportunities for citizens, students, scholars and organisations to unlock their full potential with AI as co-worker and trusted advisor.

As a fellow, you will get the unique opportunity to co-design our interdisciplinary Erasmus Initiative ‘Societal Impact of AI’. You will have a leading role in setting up the research and teaching programmes and developing the societal network. Closely collaborating with your two co-fellows and mentored by top scholars from various disciplines, you are encouraged and supported to develop your own programme line. Together, we’ll define the conditions for a successful track.