Mon, Oct 15th, 2018
Léargas wishes to add to its panel of external assessors for Erasmus+ in Ireland for the period 2019 to 2020. We are inviting applications from suitably qualified and experienced independent experts to carry out quality assessments of applications and reports in the fields of adult education, school education, vocational education and training, and youth.
We also wish to create a panel of external assessors for the new European Union initiative, the European Solidarity Corps, which creates opportunities for young people to volunteer or work in projects in their own country or abroad that benefit communities and people around Europe. As well as assessing Quality Label applications, successful applicants may be asked to facilitate workshops at local or regional level.
External assessors appointed by Léargas to the panel will be paid a fee ranging from €120 to €360 per application or report, depending on type, size and budget. Fees are not paid for annual briefing/debriefing meetings and expenses associated with evaluations are not refunded.
Briefing and technical training will be provided to the selected assessors in early 2019: dates will be confirmed as soon as possible. If you’re selected to be on the panel, you will be required to attend the training and briefing sessions.
If you’re interested in applying, we strongly recommended that you read the Erasmus+ Programme Guide or refer to the European Solidarity Corps website for further information. You should be familiar with the objectives and the policy priorities applicable for each type of project. To fully understand your role in the application and selection process, we recommend that you refer to the Erasmus+ Guide for Experts.
You need to use this online application form to apply. We cannot accept applications in any other form. The deadline for receipt of applications is midnight (GMT) on 16 November 2018.
Note: Should the need arise, Léargas reserves the right to add suitably qualified assessors to the panel from time to time.