The internship is aimed at recent graduates, such as young BA/MA students, wishing to acquire professional experience in EU policy making, and more specifically in the healthcare sector. The intern’s responsibilities will provide direct experience working with European and international stakeholders in the healthcare arena, in particular the medical technology industry, healthcare professionals and patient organizations.
The main responsibility of the intern will be to support the day-to-day activities of the Government Affairs function within the External affairs team of which the trainee will be part of, as well as the development of the intern’s own projects. As a European trade association based in Brussels representing an innovative industry, MedTech Europe offers a dynamic and multicultural working environment with regular contacts and interactions with its members (companies and national associations) and other stakeholders active in the EU healthcare arena.
Please send us your CV & motivation letter, in an email with subject line “Traineeship application: YOUR NAME”
The motivation letter should be no longer than 250 words, answering the following questions:
Shortlisted candidates may be asked to perform a brief task to assess their writing skills, analytical thinking and creativity during later stages of the recruitment process.
Applications should be sent to: Kalina Bozhkova (K.Bozhkova@medtecheurope.org).
MedTech Europe is the European trade association for the medical technology industry including diagnostics, medical devices and digital health. Our members are national, European and multinational companies as well as a network of national medical technology associations who research, develop, manufacture, distribute and supply health-related technologies, services and solutions.
There are more than 500,000 products, services and solutions currently made available by the medical technology industry. These range from bandages, blood tests and hearing aids to cancer screening tests, pacemakers and glucose monitors. Our sector employs more than 650,000 people. There are more than 26,000 medical technology companies in Europe, of which 95% are SMEs.
For more information, visit www.medtecheurope.org.