The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) is the world's largest organisation of healthcare professionals dedicated to fighting heart disease. It helps more than 95,000 cardiologists from 150 countries expand the boundaries of cardiovascular medicine so people can lead longer, healthier lives.
The ESC publishes a dozen scientific journals, an array of textbooks and the latest clinical practice guidelines. It provides continuing medical education through webinars and classroom courses and hosts the summit of cardiovascular science each August - ESC Congress - which attracts 31,000 heart specialists and delivers over 4,500 of the latest abstracts.
Discover more about the ESC: https://youtu.be/PDpsDnoqDlM.
See what ESC Congress is all about: https://youtu.be/TKTROkFqXW4.
The European Society of Cardiology within its Advocacy Department in Brussels is actively looking for a talented EU Project Officer interested to be involved in running long-term Horizon 2020 funded projects for a determined contract (2 years). We are seeking highly motivated individuals who are passionate about research and innovation and seeking to work and make a difference at the interface of policy research.
The Project Officer will be responsible for the daily implementation of one or more H2020 funded projects, under the direct supervision and guidance of the Advocacy Manager.
The Project Officer will play a pivotal liaison role with all internal and external stakeholders and tasks of the project implementation. The tasks include but are not limited to:
Maintain project plan, including tracking progress against Gantt Charts, updating plans to reflect progress, monitoring progress, ensuring conformance with deliverables and milestones.
Acting as the main point of contact, including:
Furthermore, the project officer may be asked to monitor developments with regard to the next framework programme for research (Horizon Europe), identify opportunities in health research for cardiovascular disease and assist in preparing project proposals.
Position based in Brussels - Determined contract (2 years) - Starting date: as soon as possible
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