Project Manager Guidelines (32-40 hours)
The European Hematology Association (EHA) is a non-profit organization located in The Hague which serves medical professionals, researchers, and scientists with an active interest in hematology. We are proud to be the largest European-based organization connecting hematologists worldwide to support career development and research, harmonize hematology education, and advocate for hematologists and hematology. EHA is governed by the EHA Board and supported in its activities by various committees. An international team of 35 staff members work in a dynamic, results-driven and open environment and take pride in serving the association in an efficient manner.
For our Research and Mentoring Unit, we are looking for a talented, self-starting, and experienced
Project Manager Guidelines (32-40 hours)
EHA is producing an increasing number of clinical practice guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of hematologic diseases. An EHA Guidelines Committee has recently been set up and principles for EHA’s guidelines methodology, including a policy for endorsing or collaborating with other societies, have been established.
As Project Manager Guidelines, you will be managing and coordinating EHA’s Guidelines portfolio. You will act as the primary contact for the EHA Guidelines Committee, guidelines panels, and EHA Scientific Working Groups involved in guidelines production. You will support data identification and end-product enhancements in collaboration with the guidelines panels and the EHA Research team. Data management (from processing literature search results to coordinating editorial production) will also be one of your tasks. You will support in the development of the EHA Guidelines platform for production, dissemination and adoption of guidelines. You will determine production time lines together with the Guidelines Committee, expert panels and the Research team and you will connect guidelines production with the EHA journal HemaSphere. You will coordinate interaction with other international societies (for joint collaborative projects, endorsements, translations etc.) and will organize meetings and workshops.
In your daily activity you will be communicating with medical professionals, office staff and service providers, and will report to the Head of Research and Mentoring.
You have a bachelor’s degree (or higher) level of education, in science/healthcare or administrative direction. You have knowledge of research methodology and have an affinity with medical writing. You have the capacity to improve processes and find creative solutions.
It would be an advantage to have: a theoretical and practical knowledge of a range of work procedures and practices related to evidence synthesis in guidelines, health technology, or services assessment/research.
Result-oriented, decisive, patient and tactful are words to describe you. You act with the organization’s mission and goals at the forefront of your mind. You have strong organizational skills, are detail oriented without losing the overview and main objectives, and have a natural way of switching between an operational and strategic level.
You are an open and enthusiastic team player who motivates and encourages people to get the best out of themselves. Clarity and open communication are values of paramount importance to you. Your communication skills in English are excellent; you are preferably a native speaker.
You feel comfortable in a small, but relatively complex, organization in which flexibility, collective responsibility and hands-on mentality are essential. You enjoy international travel.
A challenging role in an ambitious and growing international organization with a relevant mission. An independent job with an enthusiastic and hardworking team. The salary range is between €3,000 - €4,500 gross per month, based on full-time employment. Secondary employment conditions are attractive and include 30 vacation days, a collective pension plan, 8% holiday allowance, commuting allowance and the possibility to follow courses that contribute to your personal development. EHA is situated in the center of The Hague, near Central Station, and is easily accessible.
If you are interested in this position, please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, November 20, 2020.
For questions, please contact the EHA Executive Office | +31 (0)70 3020 099
- HR Officer: Liz Stokes, email@example.com
- Head Research and Mentoring: Francesco Cerisoli, firstname.lastname@example.org