The European Cancer Patient Coalition (ECPC) is a European umbrella organisation, set up in 2003, based in Brussels gathering over 450 cancer patient associations from 50 countries.
We are recruiting a Senior Research Projects Officer to manage the organisation’s work in EU and third parties funded projects in cancer. The Senior Research Projects Officer will be working with the various project files of the organisation, contributing to EU and industry funded projects, and establishing good working relations with key stakeholders. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional with sound educational and professional background.
This is a full-time position (38 hours per week), an open-end full-time contract under the Belgian legislation and remuneration according to Belgian legislation (CP337.000) and depending on the candidates’ profile and experience. We also offer a full range of extra-legal benefits (group insurance, meal vouchers, eco-cheques, CCT90 Bonus etc.) as well as 5 additional holidays per year.
We offer a captivating and varied function with an organisation driven by its mission and where initiative, creativity, and energy are strongly encouraged.
Interested candidates should send a CV and a cover letter (maximum two pages) in English to Chris.firstname.lastname@example.org by 20th August 2021. The cover letter should outline your suitability and motivation for the post. It should explicitly reference how your profile matches the different job requirements described above. Please also include with your application the names and contact details of two people (ideally a current or former line manager or supervisor) who could provide a reference in case you are short-listed for interview, as well as samples of papers/projects you have written.
Applications not meeting the requirements will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. CV and personal data of non-selected candidates are not shared with anyone outside ECPC.
Starting date: as soon as possible