Benefits

TOPIV will create different tools for researchers and career development centres. Below is an overview of the things you can expect to be developed at the end of the project period:

  • Papers analysing the latest trends in career development services
  • Online Tools for Career Development Services
  • Study visits
  • Guideline on how to implement a Human Resource Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R)
  • Assistance with the creation of better online information on the national websites of EURAXESS
  • Expert Groups on pertinent topics such as entry conditions, social security, Dual Career Services, Gender, Social integration of third country researchers, Services for Refugee Researchers and much more
  • Communication Materials; and guidelines on how to set up a communication strategy
  • Online Tools and information on inter-sectoral mobility for researchers and Scientific entrepreneurship
  • Easy-to-use Manual on scientific entrepreneurship
  • Guidelines for a Training Needs Analysis among clients of EURAXESS centres
  • Buddy Systems for newcomers in EURAXESS and on specific topics such as sectoral mobility and Human Resource Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R)
  • A Dual Career Guidebook
  • The EURAXESS Family Network: A training tool for the career and life fit of the international researcher and their family
  • A modular structured training programme for the labour integration of refugees researchers
  • Online toolkit on the EURAXESS extranet on how to set up a mentoring programme for researchers in academia interested in industry
  • Capacity training for Euraxess centres: online, offline and by region based on need and on 40 national training plans
  • Network Call guidelines and application forms
  • Guidelines/digital handbook and training TOPIV partners on communication and promotion
  • A mentoring programme for 3rd country researchers, plus a report and recommendation on how to implement such a mentoring programme
  • A Database of centres of excellence, relevant initiatives and infrastructures in the European Research Area (ERA)
  • Representation worldwide through the EURAXESS Worldwide offices, and twinning programmes with these office and local European offices
  • Guidelines and tool on how to engage the European researcher diaspora in different parts of the world.
  • Improvement opportunities for national EURAXESS portals: training for portal administrators, content kits and online courses, a EURAXESS virtual assistant, infographics and promotional material, improvement guidelines and content sharing among national portals.
  • Guidelines and action plans to implement advanced services
  • Recommendations on how to better integrate the EURAXESS newcomers
  • Online and offline tools for quality assessment
  • A practical guide for acquiring and keeping the HR Excellence in Research logo