Scientific Officer & Partnership Manager
- Contribution to the Centre's research strategy by in-depth scientific analyses and documentation of established and novel paediatric biomedical research areas and their potential within the Centre's remit
- Supporting the coordination of the existent BRCCH research portfolio and grant assessment of new projects (including management of external reviewers)
- Fostering links with national and international (research) organisations and setting up new partnerships (including moderating sessions, managing new formal collaborations and acting as key focal point for partners)
- Depending on your profile: Responsible for the Centre's initiatives dedicated to early career researchers or technology transfer or fundraising
You hold a doctoral degree in biomedical sciences/life sciences and have genuine and broad interest in and strong knowledge of state-of-the art technologies in health sciences. After your doctoral degree, you worked at least 3 years in research-oriented environments and gained experience in the translation of findings “from bench to bedside”.
Excellent analytical, writing, editorial and communication skills and fluency in English are a must - you need to feel comfortable in assessing and summarising a wider range of scientific content. A sound knowledge of standard IT tools is essential. Strong negotiation and presentation skills are necessary. Previous work experience in low- and middle-income countries and/or in paediatric health is an asset.
- An analytical mind, effective in working dually on independent and team-based tasks
- Ability to deliver complex information to diverse audiences and to engage a wide variety of stakeholders
- Gift to present, moderate and negotiate in the spotlight while ensuring centre stage for the BRCCH stakeholders and their research
- Key understanding of the needs in academic environments and the challenges of translation in (paediatric) health sciences
- Possibility to influence the global footprint of a new research centre
- Interaction with outstanding researchers and institutions in the BRCCH network
- Working conditions of the University of Basel
- Fully flexible working hours and an office location in the heart of Basel
Please apply exclusively via the online application portal. Applications sent by e-mail or by post will not be considered. Applications received will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. The position is provisionally limited until October 2023 (an extension of the contract is envisaged).
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