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Science Project Manager for a nation-wide systems biomedicine program

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The Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) is an interdisciplinary research centre at the University of Luxembourg aiming at the understanding of disease processes by spanning across the disciplines from medicine, biology, computer science, and mathematics to engineering.
The LCSB plans to establish a long-term research program together with the other biomedical research institutions and hospitals in Luxembourg and in collaboration with international partners and initiatives. The program will integrate common platforms and projects in an interdisciplinary approach, combining clinical, experimental and computational research in order to develop the sustainable foundation of a future predictive, preventive and personalised medicine in Parkinson’s disease in Luxembourg.
In order to coordinate these efforts with the principal investigators and the leadership of the participating institutions, the LCSB is seeking to appoint a

 
Science Project Manager for a national research program (f/m)
  • Ref: I1C-DIR-COM-080000
  • Fixed-term contract for 3 years, renewable
  • Employee status
Your role:
  • Support of the LCSB director and the principal investigators in the execution of the programme.
  • Integration of the program activities and communication among the different partners, projects and stakeholders including the scientific community and the general public.
  • Development of an organisational framework to establish a sustainable Parkinson’s disease centre together with the leadership of the participating institutions.
  • Organisational coordination of the project events, such as annual programme meetings and symposia, Project Committee and Scientific Advisory Board meetings.
  • Organisation of scientific and financial monitoring and timely reporting to the Scientific Advisory Board and the national funding agency.
  • Engagement in fundraising to gain further financial support by public and private funders.
  • Serving as the main contact person of the program concerning all organisational issues.
 
Profil:
  • University degree, preferably in biomedicial or computational sciences.
  • Knowledge of the interface between biological and clinical research is required.
  • Basic knowledge of bioinformatics and / or computational sciences and a willingness to acquire further knowledge is necessary.
  • Proven experience of research management, project management tools and techniques and internet technologies.
  • Experience of working independently and in a team-orientated, collaborative environment
  • Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills, excellent interpersonal skills and strong communication skills are required.
  • Ability to effectively organise, prioritise and execute tasks in a highly dynamic environment.
 
 
Offer: 
The University offers highly competitive salaries based on the candidate's experience and is an equal opportunity employer.
Work place is Esch-Belval / Luxembourg.
Applications should be addressed to:
Prof. Rudi Balling
Director of the LCSB
 
All applications will be handled in the strict confidence.
 
For further information, please contact:
 
Dr. Regina Becker
LCSB strategy development
regina.becker@uni.lu
 
Please apply online until 20th December 2014 via the following link: http://emea3.mrted.ly/j70x
 
 

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Please apply online until 20th December 2014 via the following link: http://emea3.mrted.ly/j70x
 
Kontakt für Bewerbungen
Regina Becker

Details der Stellenanzeige


Arbeitszeit
Vollzeit
Vertragslaufzeit
Befristete Anstellung
Stellentyp
Freiberufler & Projektarbeit
Berufserfahrung
Berufserfahrung nicht vorausgesetzt
Region
Luxemburg
Arbeitsort
1511 Luxembourg
Fachgebiet
Biologie & Life Sciences