What is the Soil Mission Board?
The Soil Mission Board is an advisory board to the European Commission. The Board is composed of 15 independent experts in soil-related fields with experience in either business, public administration, science, culture, citizen engagement, or civil society, from across Europe and beyond.
The Mission Board is expected to provide feedback to the European Commission from societal actors.
Ideally, the Board composition will be balanced in terms of geographical origin, gender, and public-private sector.
How will the Soil Mission Board work?
For a period of 3 years, the members of the board will advise the European Commission on how the objectives of the EU Mission: ‘A Soil Deal for Europe’ can be achieved. The new Mission Board will play a vital role in guiding the implementation of the Soil Mission, building on the work of the first phase of the Mission Board.
The members are appointed in a personal capacity and they will act independently and in the public interest. Mission Board members will be expected to work around 15-20 days per year and will meet at least 3 times per year.
Their work will be remunerated and English will be the working language.
Why should you apply?
You can use your expertise to serve the public interest in guiding the European Commission on the actions needed to restore and protect soils. Your expertise will also serve in advising the Commission on how to reap the multiple societal benefits of healthy soils.
You will have the opportunity to work with experts from across Europe on a topic of high societal prominence and be close to political decisions that influence the development of EU initiatives.
How can you apply?
Please read the call for applications attentively and explain precisely and succinctly how you fulfil the criteria and what your relevant experience is.
- 28 tammikuu 2022
- Euroopan tutkimuksen toimeenpanovirasto