Careers » European Genomics Project Manager
We are looking for a dedicated and experienced ‘Project Manager’ to support a multi-stakeholder genomics coalition at the EU level.
In this role you will provide the Secretariat function for a newly established multi-stakeholder coalition at the EU level, the European Coalition for Access to Comprehensive Genomic Profiling (ECGP), and help transition European healthcare systems toward personalised medicine. This first-of-its-kind European coalition brings together European experts representing clinicians, patients, pathologists, pharmaceutical companies and advanced diagnostic companies to address the lack of access to Comprehensive Genomic Profiling (CGP).
Essential Job Functions
Location: Remote work
Job type: Part-Time (2 days per week)
- Support with Secretariat functions for the multi-stakeholder coalition, facilitating communication and coordination among diverse stakeholders.
- Help prepare and organise internal coalition meetings (e.g. Steering Group meetings, calls with sponsoring companies), ensuring they run smoothly and efficiently.
- Act as a liaison between coalition members and third partiers responsible for executing activities at the Member State level.
- Collaborate with the EUCOPE Secretariat, member companies and external partners to advance the coalitions’ mission.
- Proactively propose activities and draft the work programme for the coalition, based on input from Members.
- Experience working in multi-stakeholder coalitions, preferable within the healthcare sector.
- Strong leadership skills to guide and motivate coalition members toward common goals.
- Conflict resolution and negotiation skills to address differences among stakeholders.
- Strong networking and relationship-building skills to engage diverse stakeholders, including healthcare providers, patient advocacy groups, government agencies and industry representatives.
- Strong project management skills, with the ability to plan, execute and monitor complex projects
- 3-5 years of project management experience, preferably with EU projects
- Experience in budget planning and financial management
- Genomics / Precision oncology knowledge
- Basic genomics / precision oncology knowledge is desired. Knowledge of rare diseases would also be beneficial.
- In-depth understanding of the healthcare industry required. This could include knowledge of healthcare systems, policies and regulations, with focus on pricing and reimbursement / market access pathways.
- The ability to think strategically and develop long-term plans and objectives for the coalition’s goals related to patient access in healthcare.
- Communication skills
- Proficiency in English
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills to facilitate effective communication among coalition members and external stakeholders.
- Experience with preparing reports, presentations and policy documents.
To apply for this position, please send your Cover Letter and CV to Saskia Jansen email@example.com by 2 February 2024
About the Company
For 15 years, the European Confederation of Pharmaceutical Entrepreneurs (EUCOPE) has been the voice of small and mid-sized health technology companies in Europe. Representing 2600+ biopharmaceutical companies directly or through national associations, EUCOPE advocates for sound public policy that supports innovation, while fostering a community built on a shared purpose: improving and saving the lives of European patients through ground-breaking therapies and medical technology. www.eucope.org