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Content developer required

24 October 2016

BGCI is looking to appoint a good science communicator to develop content for the new BigPicnic website. The work is expected to start on 14th November, 2016 and finish on 16th January, 2017

This role will involve:

  • researching and writing website content including sourcing images as appropriate
  • contacting project Partners in the 12 collaborating countries for required text
  • providing an editorial overview of website content
  • uploading website content to CMS

For more information, including how to apply, read the full brief

Deadline for applications: noon, Friday 4th November, 2017

The website will provide a key tool for the communication and dissemination of project work and data and will be multilingual and open access.

Big Picnic: Big Questions – Engaging the public with Responsible Research and Innovation on Food Security is an EU project funded within the Horizon 2020 programme. The project runs between May, 2016 and April, 2019 and aims to facilitate dialogue, discussion and decision making on the direction of research and innovation on the issue of ‘food security’ between experts and the public throughout Europe. The BigPicnic Management Board (MB) wishes to contract a consultancy to create a dynamic interactive website for the project.




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