To receive a grant, it is necessary to indicate the project participants, those who will also manage the grant. One of the options is organization scheme. The organizational structure of the project is graphically represented on the organization scheme. It should be clear from the scheme who controls whom in the organization, who controls who, who interacts with whom. The scheme should be simple and intuitive.
When compiling the organization scheme answer the following questions:
-Who is responsible for all the work on the project?
-Who is responsible for specific sections of the work plan?
-How are activities and responsibilities distributed among your representatives, supporters and collaborators?
-Who and how will be monitored for the performance of work?
-Who reports to whom?
Organization scheme is indispensable if there are many performers from different organizations participating in the project.
Unlike the summary, curriculum vitae (CV) (the biography of a research assistant) can be more detailed. It is especially convenient if you are a scientist with extensive experience and a large number of publications. In this case, you may need additional space to describe your research and for the list of publications that is attached to the CV.
In most other cases, a brief summary is sufficient.
There are three main ways to organize a resume and CV. The first method is chronological. You list your data on education and places of work, starting with the latest in time, position, and further in retrospective order. This is done so that your reviewer first of all sees your latest achievements.
The second way is functional. You enumerate not just posts (Director, Senior Researcher, Accountant), but the professional skills and duties that you had to. The second method is preferable if you have acquired professional skills without occupying formal positions, but working on a voluntary basis.
The last way is mixed. In the retrospective procedure, you first list information about the education you received with the dates of your studies, the name of the educational institution, specialty, field of specialization, and the date of awarding a degree (obtaining a diploma). It is not necessary to indicate all the schools in which you studied, it will be enough to indicate in which you received the certificate. Do not list non-formal education. This section is only for formal educational programs that end with a diploma or a degree.
Further, you describe in a retrospective manner work experience, at first formal – years, position, organization, what you did (in one sentence, and if it is clear from the job title – you can also omit it). Then you can describe the experience of informal work, especially if you have been doing it a lot. Do not strive to remember everything you have been doing in life – it will suffice to describe the most important milestones, especially in the last 5 years.
Additionally, you can indicate your achievements, what awards, when and for what did you receive? Which societies are you members of? What academic titles do you have? What foreign languages do you know and the degree of proficiency (fluent, advance).