|Open, transparent, merit based recruitment policy||Institutional Processes||R2 - R4 researchers|
|Online mobility management App||Administrative & Legal Support||PhD student/Early career researcher R2 - R4 researchers Lecturers (incl. Language Teachers)|
|Central IT mobility system/database||Administrative & Legal Support||PhD student/Early career researcher Lecturers (incl. Language Teachers) Administrative staff|
|Institutional fellowships to attract/retain international talent||Profesional & Academic Development||R2 - R4 researchers Lecturers (incl. Language Teachers)|
|Workshop on career planning for international PhD students||Profesional & Academic Development||PhD student/Early career researcher|
|Open, transparent, merit based recruitment policy||
Open, Transparent, Merit-based Recruitment (OTM-R) policy is one of the Europan Commission's flagship policies for development of a single European labour market for researchers. OTM-R implies: 1) publication of detailed descriptions of the open positions (including the career development prospects and selection process), on international web-based resources such as EURAXESS portal; 2) transparent and fair selection practices, as well as continuous communication with all candidates about the selection progress and outcomes; 3) taking into account whole range of experiences, skills and traits of the candidates and assessment in both quantitative and qualitative manner. OTM-R includes detailed description of the recruitment process that is inline with the principles of Charter & Code belonging to the Recruitment group. The following recruitment stages are concerned: advertising and application, selection and evaluation, and appointment. Implementing OTM-R policy will help making your institution more attractive place to work with enhanced reputation and image, enabling you to recruit better candidates and to implement equal opportunities.
|Online mobility management App||
A simple online mobility management app enabling an inviting person/department to enter all the parameters on incoming PhDs/academics prior to his/her stay, sending out an auto-generated welcoming email (s) with information and access to all university services (online library, pass/card, other electronic services before their coming to the receiving institution.) easing thus the whole pre-arrival process immensely.
|Central IT mobility system/database||
IT mobility system/database is an important segment in organizing information regarding mobility. Each institution should develop its own database, and, if needs be, offer information from it to the other institutions.
|Institutional fellowships to attract/retain international talent||
One of the most frequent obstacles is the lack of human resources to participate in different types of research projects in the country. Attracting and retaining highly skilled researchers may help to bring new expertise and skills and also to create and maintain research and business relationships. Promoting international mobility of researchers is for the host institution and inevitable part of maintaining them later in the country which may result in overcoming labour shortages and boosting entrepreneurship in knowledge-based sectors in the host country.
|Workshop on career planning for international PhD students||
Short interactive workshop to familiarise PhD researchers with basic career planning methods and tools and introduce them into the job search strategies and tools for researchers (in both local and international labour market).
By the end of the workshop participants should:
|Title||Importance||Scale of change||Setup cost||Setup time||Setup personnel||Delivery cost||Delivery time||Delivery personnel|
|Open, transparent, merit based recruitment policy||Essential to have|
|Online mobility management App||Important to have|
|Central IT mobility system/database||Important to have|
|Institutional fellowships to attract/retain international talent||Essential to have|
|Workshop on career planning for international PhD students||Nice to have|