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Coordinator for the Oncodistinct Network (m/f/x) 38h/week

Function

The Oncodistinct Network was initiated nearly 7 years ago by clinical research investigators from within and outside of Europe and is based at Institut Jules Bordet in Brussels. The network aims to respond to the exponential changes in the oncology research landscape by accelerating treatment individualization, promoting multidisciplinarity in clinical research, and challenging current practices, particularly in settings with unmet medical needs. Oncodistinct is a research network bringing together leading academic investigators who share the same vision of innovative clinical research. By building a strong collaboration between clinicians, scientists and partners in drug development, Oncodistinct intends to develop early-to-later phase clinical trials with innovative designs and cutting-edge translational research components, all aiming to significantly improve patient outcomes. There are currently 4 ongoing Oncodistinct studies.

The driving force of the Oncodistinct Network is its investigator’s think tank, which generates innovative clinical research projects. Oversight and strategic decision-making come from Oncodistinct’s steering committee, which is composed of one representative per Oncodistinct center. The day-to-day management of activities is supported by the Project Manager with the support of the coordinating and operational teams (involving an executive officer, legal counsel, and support for regulatory, financial, and administrative matters).

The Institut Jules Bordet is seeking a highly motivated and dynamic coordinator to ensure smooth internal and external communication and to coordinate all of the network’s activities.

Main responsibilities

Oncodistinct Management:

  • Provide operational support and new initiatives for the whole network and its activities
  • Ensure the progress of Oncodistinct projects in close collaboration with the Executive officer and the working groups
  • Participate in the future development of the network (e.g: AISBL creation, …)

Promotional activities and communication:

  • Improve internal and external communication of the network (e.g. writing of newsletters for ongoing studies)
  • Propose fundraising actions for the network (grants, calls, events, ..) and participate to reports writing and submissions for grants
  • Coordinate the development of the Oncodistinct website and of the Twitter account and other social media activities
  • Foster Oncodistinct member commitment to the network

Administrative tasks:

  • Active exchange with the Oncodistinct sites (e.g: feasibility surveys, …)
  • Organize Oncodistinct meetings (coordinating team, steering committee, Meet the industry , working group meetings) and other events (including at the logistical level)
  • Meetings minutes writing
  • Follow-up of invoices and expenses of the network

The OncoDistinct network coordinator supports the Executive Officer and the Oncodistinct coordinating team for the whole activities of the network.

The position will be located at the Institut Jules Bordet in Brussels and is intended to be full-time. Part-time could be considered.

Job requirements:

  • Degree in any relevant field
  • Excellent English proficiency (written and oral)
  • Strong organizational, communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
  • Ability to drive, manage and prioritize multiple and varied tasks efficiently and accurately
  • Analytical and problem-solving abilities
  • Taking initiative to develop new strategies and outside-the-box ideas
  • Ability to be autonomous but also to work well within a team
  • Experience in medicine/biology, communications, in network and/or events management and/or project management would be an asset

For more information on the available position and environment, please visit

www.bordet.be and www.oncodistinct.net

  • Placed on:Wed 28 September 2022
  • Location: Bruxelles
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