Work for us

The solutions engineer role works closely with stakeholders and team members to understand requirements that drive the analysis and design of quality technical solutions. These solutions must be aligned with Eureka and IT strategies and in compliance with IT’s architectural standards.

They are responsible for the design and implementation of applications’ build, release, deployment, and configuration activities.

Other responsibilities include working with internal business partners to gather requirements, prototyping, architecting, implementing/updating solutions, building and executing test plans, performing quality reviews, managing operations, and triaging and fixing operational issues.

The solutions engineer must be able to adjust to constant business change; common types of changes include new requirements, evolving goals and strategies, and emerging technologies.

They must be able to interact, develop, engineer, and communicate collaboratively at the highest technical levels with end users, vendors, partners, and all levels of staff.

The profile we are looking for

  • You have a Bachelor in a relevant field or proven track record acquiring the skillset (self-learning, …)
  • Professional certification is a plus (Scrum, DevOps, Java, …)
  • You have proven experience as a full stack developer / 3-6 years total relevant work experience required
  • Familiar with the software development life cycle (SDLC) from preliminary system analysis to tests and deployment
  • Excellent knowledge of software and application design and J2EE architecture (Spring, Hibernate)
  • Strong analysis, design & development skills in the context of multi-tier applications
  • Proven experience with
    • developing Web Services and evolving in a SOA/Microservice environment
    • messaging-queue architecture (RabbitMQ)
  • Good knowledge of relational databases, SQL and ORM technologies (JPA2, Hibernate)
  • Proficiency in software engineering tools and ability to document requirements and specifications
  • Proficient understanding of code versioning & releasing tools such as Git and Dockers
  • Basic understanding of hosting infrastructure VM, Linux, Cloud Infrastructure (AWS), etc
  • Ability to output clean, commented, and team-friendly code

Soft Skills

  • A readiness to embrace and use new approaches and to keep up to date with industry advances
  • Solid organizational skills, attentive to details, good multitasking and time-management
  • An ability to prepare and interpret flowcharts, schedules and step-by-step action plans
  • Experience in an Agile framework (DevOps, Scrum, …)
  • Strong problem-solving skills and willingness to roll up one’s sleeves to get the job
  • Ability to think outside the box, devising new approaches to make improvements
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Mindset

  •  A passion for development and an eagerness to learn
  • Genuinely excited to help Eureka embrace true digitization
  • Enthusiastic and self-driven, with a high degree of commitment
  • Ability to perform well in a fast-paced, agile and multicultural environment

Languages

  • Good English - other European languages are an asset

What we offer you

  • A competitive package in line with your skills and experience
  • Eureka strongly lives by the values of trust, transparency, passion, creativity, autonomy, collaboration, work- life balance and diversity across all our teams and our whole ecosystem of customers and partners.
  • An internal CDI position in our IT department
  • A comfortable and modern office

Application and closing date


Please send your CV with covering letter, including your full name and the word ‘FSD’ in the subject line of your mail to: jobs@eurekanetwork.org

By sending an application, candidates give their consent to their diplomas and references being verified.
The Eureka Association is an equal opportunities employer based in Brussels.


Applications received beyond the closing date will not be accepted.


Please note that only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

The intern will mainly work on the Eurostars programme.

As part of a small, international and dedicated team, you will quickly progress through the induction process and under the guidance and support of colleagues, you will take part in the evaluation processes and the monitoring of a portfolio of R&D projects involving companies from across Europe and beyond.
We are looking for a loyal, service oriented and reliable personality with good administrative skills.


Responsibilities

  • S/he will take an active customer service role, dealing directly with the requests and questions of project participants as well as representatives from the different Member States.
  • S/he will follow-up the administrative activities of the assigned Eurostars projects. 
  • S/he will guide the applications through the evaluation & monitoring processes to ensure timely delivery of milestones and objectives.
  • S/he will contribute to writing reports, presentations and general correspondence.

Qualifications and skills

  • An Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • A high level of fluency in English, written and spoken.
  • Fully conversant with Office 365, particularly Microsoft Excel.
  • A positive, flexible and highly-motivated team-player, with the ability to work independently and manage their own deadlines.
  • An ability to produce analysis of both qualitative and quantitative data.
  • An exceptional administrator, well organised and able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • As a member of a multinational team: sensitivity to cultural differences.

Indemnity and conditions

  • This is an entry-level position with an initial six-month contract.
  • The traineeship is paid and subject to Belgian Law as a ‘convention d’immersion professionnelle.’ The indemnity varies depending on the age of the successful candidate, but an average monthly amount would be approximately 812 euros (for a trainee of 21 years old (index 01/01/2019) plus meal vouchers
  • Applicants must be legally entitled to work in in the European Union.

Application and closing date


Please send an e-mail application with a CV (maximum 2 sides A4) and covering letter, including your full name and the words ‘PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER’ in the subject line to jobs@eurekanetwork.org
By sending an application, candidates give their consent to their diplomas and references being verified.
The Eureka Association is an equal opportunities employer.
Closing date: Monday 5 October 2020 at 17:00 Brussels time
Applications received after the closing date will not be accepted. Interviews are planned to commence immediately after the submission deadline and will be held online.
The internship will begin as soon as possible.
Please note that only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

The Eureka Secretariat, based in Brussels, is looking for an intern to contribute to the development of the Eureka Experts Database (EED), a platform which supports the execution of the Eureka programmes to support research and innovation funding.
The role offers a first introduction to public administration, research funding, database management and international cooperation.
The role will involve database management, so familiarity with databases and with data manipulation via spreadsheets (Excel) is required.

Responsibilities

  • You will review the profiles of people applying to become Eureka experts, checking these against standard criteria and requesting further information if necessary
  • You will identify and perform necessary updates of the database relating to invalid or out-of-date profiles.
  • You will design and pilot a quality control mechanism to allow experts to be graded by their peers and Eureka project officers
  • You may be asked to assist with other tasks within the Eureka office

Qualifications and skills

  • You are positive, flexible and highly motivated team-player, but with the ability to work independently and manage your own deadlines.
  • You should be willing to challenge the status quo, think outside the box and not be shy to argue your ideas.
  • You are familiar with database and data manipulation software (in particular Microsoft Excel) and be comfortable handling and analysing medium to large-sized datasets
  • You are conversant with Office 365
  • You are well organised and able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • You are fluent in English, written and spoken.
  • As a member of a multinational team, you demonstrate diplomacy and sensitivity to cultural differences.
  • You are enrolled in a University
  • You are curious about research and innovation, Eureka’s core business

Indemnity and conditions

  • This is a six-month contract.
  • Applicants must be legally entitled to work in in the European Union.

Application and closing date


Please send an e-mail application with a CV (maximum 2 sides A4) and covering letter (maximum 1 side A4), including your full name and the words ‘DATABASE OFFICER (INTERNSHIP)’ in the subject line to jobs@eurekanetwork.org


By sending an application, candidates give their consent to their diplomas and references being verified.


The Eureka Association is an equal opportunities employer.


Closing date: 8 October 2020 at 17:00 Brussels time


Applications received after the closing date will not be accepted. Interviews are planned to commence immediately after the submission deadline and will be held online.
The internship will begin as soon as possible.


Please note that only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.