Job opportunity: Monitoring and Reporting Officer

The European Green Vehicles Initiative Association for the 2Zero Partnership (EGVIAfor2Zero) and the Connected Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM) Association are associations of stakeholders engaged with the European Commission in co-programmed partnerships, respectively 2Zero and CCAM, in the frame of Horizon Europe.

Both partnerships aim at identifying research and innovation priorities to build the road mobility system of the future. While 2Zero focuses on accelerating the transition to a carbon-neutral road transport system, CCAM concentrates on innovative technologies and services in the area of connected and automated mobility.

The two associations gather a variety of stakeholders in the field of road transport, representing, e.g. car manufacturers, suppliers, smart grid industries, logistics companies, road authorities, research centers, universities, and public authorities.

EGVIAfor2Zero and the CCAM Association work hand in hand with the European Commission to define call topics to be included in Horizon Europe Work Programmes in their respective areas. They also help promote the EU-funded research and innovation projects in these areas.

Both associations are committed to monitoring these EU-funded projects and complementary activities and reporting to the European Commission and their members. These tasks constitute an important part of the work done by the associations’ secretariats. Monitoring and evaluation help demonstrate the added value and the impact of the partnerships, understand in what direction R&I investments are going, and reassess the needs for the following Work Programmes.

To take on this key activity, EGVIAfor2Zero and the CCAM Association are jointly looking for a Monitoring and reporting officer.


The successful candidate will work in one location and share his/her time between the two associations.

Under the supervision of the two directors of secretariat, the Monitoring and reporting officer will be responsible for leading and executing the monitoring of both partnerships

For each secretariat, he/she will be expected to:

  • Ensure regular monitoring and reporting of both partnerships activities and technical achievements (funded projects, additional activities, investments, Key Performance Indicators) in line with monitoring obligations, templates and deadlines;
    • Collect data from members and projects coordinators, design online questionnaires, and possibly conduct interviews
    • Compile quantitative and qualitative data
    • Present the compiled information to the European Commission services and members in the form of reports, visuals and oral presentations
  • Adjust and improve the monitoring framework over time
  • Participate in discussions with the EC services about reporting templates and processes
  • Contribute to or coordinate specific evaluation studies made, for example, by expert groups or external consultants
  • Participate in valorisation activities (dissemination of results from projects)
  • Support the regular exchange of information with the association’s members, governance and secretariat
  • Support the identification of future research and innovation priorities

The successful candidate will also contribute to joint activities between the two secretariats, and may need to:

  • Support the organisation of flagship events, such as the RTR and EUCAD conferences
  • Represent the partnerships in various workshops and conferences, such as the Transport Research Arena (TRA), ITS European Congress …

Candidate profile knowledge, skills, and attitude:

  • At least 2 years of experience in programme evaluation and monitoring, preferably in the field of research funding
  • Good knowledge of and strong interest in policy priorities, industry trends, and/or technologies related to road transport, decarbonisation and automated driving
  • Experience in Horizon 2020 / Horizon Europe programmes
  • Ability to handle a large number of data, compile them, and summarise them in a meaningful way
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English
  • Attention to detail, quality, accuracy and data integrity
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office tools is mandatory; knowledge of other collaborative tools, including surveys, is an asset
  • Ability to work under pressure and respect short deadlines
  • Pro-active mind and ability to work in an autonomous way
  • Proven multi-tasking capacities
  • Ability to build a climate of trust with the members, the stakeholders and the European Commission
  • Candidates must be based in Belgium

Benefits and work conditions

  • A job with broad responsibilities covering many areas in a fast-changing sector
  • Opportunity to work with impactful stakeholders across Europe
  • Two identical half-time contracts, equivalent to a full-time job (38 hours/week)
  • Office located in Brussels, home office possible under conditions to be discussed
  • Salary range (gross salary) – € 45 000 to € 50 000 yearly
  • Benefits in kind, such as meal vouchers
  • Occasional travel

Expected starting date: February 2023

How to Apply?

If you are an enthusiastic individual with a passion for administrative excellence and want to contribute to the success of our associations, please submit your CV and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience to
Application deadline: Friday 12th January 2024