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Utrecht University's Faculty of Science is looking for a Scientific Programme Officer. Are you interested? Then please read the full profile and apply.
We offer a multidisciplinary collaboration of academia, research institutes, industry, health care foundations and regulators to identify, develop, validate and implement highly innovative, advanced in vitro models with high (clinical) predictive value. The Scientific Programme Officer will be employed at the Utrecht University and report to The Advanced In Vitro Models Hub (U-AIM) programme leads.
The Scientific Programme Officer’s task is to connect the community of experts and researchers to stakeholders. The goal is to create a “one-stop shop” where high potential in vitro models are being developed, validated and transitioned to stakeholders. Through a strong cooperation between scientists, students, regulators and industry, U-AIM’s ultimate goal is to reduce animal experimentation and increase market potential of in vitro models. The Scientific Programme Officer is expected to be a fully-fledged dialogue associate for the lead partners. Experience with setting up partnerships and consortia is a must. We are looking for a born networker who seeks connections on the basis of content but is also focused on bringing agreements to an actual conclusion and getting projects started.
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We offer a temporary position (0.8 - 1.0 FTE) for two years. The gross salary - depending on previous qualifications and experience - ranges between €3,475 and €4,757 (scale 11 according to the Collective Labour Agreement Dutch Universities) gross per month for a full-time employment. Salaries are supplemented with a holiday bonus of 8 % and a year-end bonus of 8.3 % per year. We offer a pension scheme, (partly paid) parental leave, collective insurance schemes and flexible employment conditions (multiple choice model). More information is available at: working at Utrecht University.