The EAA has opened up several Assistant Product Manager positions, an exciting opportunity to gain experience and broaden your network in the field of acoustics.
As an Assistant Product Manager you will be working to bring one of the EAA’s services to the European acoustic community (more details in this PDF file). This can include not only helping in running the product, but also developing a vision for the future of the product, which means that the sky is the limit!
The products in need of an Assistant Product Manager are:
- Acoustics in Practice: Publication on applied acoustic topics
- Nuntius: Bi-monthly newsletter addressed to National Societies
- Schola: The online study guide of acoustics in Europe
- Documenta: Archive of electronic materials in the field of Acoustics
- Mentoring: Links between young and senior acousticians
More information at https://bnam2022.org
As a reminder, the goal of Forum Laboris is to bring together Employers (job providers) looking to hire early-career acousticians, and early-career acousticians (job seekers) looking for a job, internship, or master/bachelor thesis. Interested Employers and job seekers are invited to register.
Early bird registration deadline: 04 April 2022
Registration deadline: 29 April 2022
More information, is available on the Forum Laboris webpage : https://euracoustics.org/products/forum-laboris/
Visit https://acta-acustica.edpsciences.org to read all publication (open access).
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Guanjun Yin, Pan Li, Xuebing Yang, Ye Tian, Jing Han, Wei Ren and Jianzhong Guo
Stanislav Sergeev, Thomas Humbert, Hervé Lissek and Yves Aurégan
Alessia Aulitto, Avraham Hirschberg, Ines Lopez Arteaga and Esmée L.R.H. Buijssen
Isaac Engel, Dan F. M. Goodman and Lorenzo Picinali