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FACCE-JPI is a Joint Programming Initiative on Agriculture, Food security and Climate Change  ( bringing together 21 countries that are committed to construct joint research programming in areas  addressing interconnecting challenges. It aims to do that with a strong interdisciplinary research base, encompassing economic and societal aspects with a creative approach towards alignment of national research programmes. Running since 2010, FACCE-JPI has a Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) describing the scope of the JPI under 5 core themes as well as biannual Implementation Plans. 


According to the SRA, FACCE has already launched 10 joint actions, including joint calls (ERA-NETs and others) and innovative new alignment mechanisms. FACCE-JPI has been partially financed by 2 Coordination and Support Actions from the European Commission.


Working environment:

FACCE-JPI is managed by an international secretariat partly based in Paris (INRA) with the two JPI coordinators, and a team of 4 others. This secretariat also includes 7 other partners located in Europe.  The INRA team coordinates all the different joint actions but the management of the joint actions is spread amongst the different members of FACCE-JPI. The Scientific Officer will be located in Paris INRA headquarters. S/He will act under the direct responsibility of the co-coordinator.



The Scientific Officer will ensure the scientific coherence and pertinence of the different FACCE actions that

are running or under development. For this, s/he will also contribute to the scientific scoping and development of new actions, in contact with the FACCE Advisory bodies (Scientific Advisory Board, Stakeholder Advisory Board). S/he will also be responsible for the follow up of the portfolio of FACCE-JPI

research actions and the dissemination and valorization of research results coming from these actions.


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