[Ip-health] Health Action International Europe vacancy: Project Officer
tessel at haieurope.org
Tue Mar 5 12:46:20 PST 2013
Health Action International Europe vacancy: Project Officer
We are seeking a professional, motivated and experienced self-starter,
with a background in public health, to manage specific research and
advocacy projects (see below) and develop HAI Europe's internal and
external communication strategy. You will have exceptional
communications skills, coupled with several years experience in
successful EU advocacy. Your role will include planning research and
advocacy strategies for your specific projects for both current and
future campaigns, including scoping for future funding opportunities.
You will be responsible both internal (foundation) and external (donor)
reports, so excellence in written English is a must.
With an ability to prioritise under pressure, you will be a team player,
both as a member of the HAI Europe team and within the context of the
HAI Foundation and the wider global HAI network. You will be a dedicated
professional, sympathetic to goals of the foundation to increase access
to essential medicines and improve the rational use of medicines, both
in Europe and beyond.
Letters of motivation and a CV should be sent to Rose de Groot
(Rose at haieurope.org) by 18th March 2013. Applicants will be contacted by
email, and a shortlist of applicants will undergo two rounds of
interview- informal and formal.
Read the full terms of reference for this vacancy here:
Policy Advisor- Trade, Innovation & Access to Medicines
Health Action International (HAI) Europe
Overtoom 60 II, 1054 HK Amsterdam
t. +31 20 683 3684
f. +31 20 685 5002
e. Tessel at haieurope.org <mailto:Tessel at haieurope.org>
w. www.haieurope.org <http://www.haieurope.org/>
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working to increase access to essential medicines and improve their
rational use through research excellence and evidence-based advocacy.
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