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The New Project Manager

2010-09-15 08:15


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Isabelle Dème

Bonjour! My name is Isabelle Dème. I work part-time (50%) on CASE and I am hosted within EPOC premises. I have a scienfic background (phD in Energetics) and some prior experiences of European project management. 

I will assist Jacques Giraudeau the project coordinator in all aspects of management of the network.

It includes:
- Regular liaison with the Project Officer in Bruxelles as well as the CNRS divisional staff,
- Maintenance of the overall project plans (project management tools, calendars, resource allocations, task lists, recording of progress),
- Monitoring of the budget for EPOC and assistance (rules, preparation of financial reports, etc...) to the partners,
- Liaising with the consortium partners on a regular basis to ensure that all activities are undertaken in accordance with EU requirements and terms and conditions of the project,
- Collating relevant documentation as required for progress, mid-term, and final reports and assisting Jacques Giraudeau in submission of these reports,
- Planning and scheduling meetings according to the working plan,
- Ensuring the project website is kept up-to-date.

 

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