Campus seeks coordinator for citizens' activity line
EIT Health Campus is looking for someone to work part-time as a Coordinator of Campus Citizen Programmes. The engagement will end on 31 December 2017, extension is negotiable.
EIT Health Campus is looking for someone to work part-time as a Coordinator of Campus Citizen Programmes. All of EIT Health’s activities are geared toward improving healthcare for European citizens, which means that citizens are beneficiaries of everything we do. To bundle our efforts, EIT Health CAMPUS has set up the Campus Citizen Programmes activity line. We are now looking for an Activity Line Lead Coordinator from within the EIT Health partnership who will help the Campus Education Board to drive the effort forward, to follow up on the individual activities and to support to further develop them in accordance with our strategy. The coordinator shall act independently of the specific programmes which are led by activity leads.
Volume of engagement: up to 0.5 FTE.
Details of Engagement: We are seeking a secondment of a person from a partner organization of EIT Health. The selected candidate will be able to continue working in his/her existing location. The candidate will oversee this activity line in collaboration with the Director of Education and the Education Board and receive the respective EIT funding for this task through EIT Health.
Time period of engagement: The role is vacant as of today. The engagement will end on 31 December 2017, extension is negotiable.
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