Healthy Recovery Project ManagerApply by 30 September 2020 1800 CET
We are seeking a highly motivated and proactive individual to support EPHA’s advocacy and policy work on the post-COVID-19 Healthy Recovery, having the European Green Deal at its centre. The successful applicant will support projects relevant for this policy field at EPHA that may include, but are not limited to, engaging with and galvanising the medical community to raise awareness about the health impacts of air pollution and actively engage key health stakeholders in an international campaign against the impacts of transport related air pollution on people’s health. For more information about EPHA visit https://epha.org/about-us/
We anticipate this role will develop in line with EPHA’s work on the European Green Deal and a Healthy Recovery, with the post-holder shaping future priorities and responsibilities. This will be a full-time role, initially under a 6 months contract (renewable dependent on performance and further funding). Overarching direction and role objectives will come from EPHA’s Secretary General.
We offer the chance to join a growing international network of organisations campaigning for improving population health in Europe by reducing health inequalities and to help shape policies with huge implications for public health in Europe and beyond. The successful candidate will have a solid track record in the management of international, especially EU funded, projects.
The post is full-time (38hr/week) and is offered in accordance with Belgian national legislation according to EPHA’s salary grade. All applicants must be qualified, eligible, and able to work in Belgium without requiring a work visa. We are unfortunately not able to provide financial assistance to relocate to Brussels/Belgium.
Please submit applications to email@example.com, (1 page maximum cover letter and a 2 pages maximum CV without a picture) with Subject: “HEALTHY RECOVERY PROJECT MANAGER [YOUR NAME]”.
Please include the following two files as attachments (do not include any other attachments):
1) A CV, 2 pages maximum, with no picture, with filename SURNAME_FIRSTNAME_CV
2) A motivation letter, one page maximum, with filename SURNAME_FIRSTNAME_ML
In the motivation letter, candidates are expected to explain how their relevant experience meet the criteria listed under the ‘Eligibility criteria’.
Please note: late applications or applications that do not follow the instructions explained in the ‘How to apply?’ section will be disregarded.
Closing date for applications
Wednesday 30 September 2020 18:00 CET
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview. Interviews will take place the week beginning 19th October. If a second round of interviews is required these will be held the week after.
Please note that only successful candidates will be contacted for interview.
Desired starting date is 2 November 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter