We currently have two vacancies at HCWH Europe:
Development Officer [Full-time] starting January 2019
We are seeking a motivated and highly competent business development professional to join our team in Brussels as Development Officer. Reporting to the Fundraising and Development Manager, the post-holder will support the development of high quality funding proposals to a range of institutional donors (e.g. EU, national government, and UN agencies), trusts, foundations, and high net worth individuals. In addition, they will lead on delivering timely and quality reports to funders of our current grant portfolio.
Specific activities will include:
- Identifying appropriate opportunities to grow and diversify HCWH Europe’s funding portfolio
- Supporting programme teams to develop new project concepts via results chains and logical frameworks
- Drafting quality concept notes and project proposals in line with HCWH Europe strategic aims
- Aligning proposal budgets and narratives
- Co-ordinating inputs and preparing reports for funders on project/programme progress
- Developing and maintaining funder information on a CRM system (Salesforce) as well as in a well-organised filing system.
Closing date: 16/12/2019
Project Assistant (Circular Economy) [Full-time internship] starting immeditately
Reporting to the Procurement Policy & Projects Officer, the Project Assistant will directly support activities within HCWH Europe’s Procurement & Circular Economy work programme, which aims to reduce the negative environmental and health impact of the products used in the European healthcare sector. The role will have a particular focus on the overuse of disposable plastics in European hospitals. The ideal candidate will have an interest in environmental issues and human health. They will be dynamic, highly organised and results focused, able to manage different demands, and work independently whilst being an excellent team player.
Responsibilities of the role will include:
- Support the planning and delivery of project calls, meetings, workshops, and engagement activities with HCWH Europe members, partners, and stakeholders
- Assist in the preparation of written materials, including reports, briefing papers and/or documents about general or specific issues related to procurement and circular economy in the healthcare sector
- Contribute to the development and maintenance of a database for monitoring project information and outputs
- Assist in data-gathering and researching background materials for reports, publications, news items, press releases, and position papers
- Assist in the organisation of project-specific workshops, events and webinars
- Contribute to communications and awareness raising work as appropriate
- Support the daily work of the Procurement Policy & Projects Officer
Application deadline: 31/12/2019
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