Alzheimer Europe is looking to fill the following Luxembourg-based positions:

 

Project Officer (m/f) (Full time) - On a permanent basis


As the Project Officer, you will:

  • Carry out a mapping exercise of data-sharing policies across European research projects
  • Develop and update the Alzheimer Europe database on guidelines on diagnosis and treatment of dementia in Europe
  • Collaborate with EU projects NEURONET and VirtualBrainCloud funded by the Innovative Medicines Initiative and Horizon2020 and contribute to data sharing and data management
  • Help in the dissemination of EU funded research projects
  • Support the communication of medical and research developments to the wider dementia community and the general public via the organisation’s newsletter and website

You should have the following experience and qualities:

  • Completed university education in a scientific field
  • Experience in a similar position (background in data management or data sharing policies will be considered as an advantage)
  • A detailed understanding of dementia research and/or data management and sharing
  • A perfect knowledge of English (knowledge of other European languages will be a plus)
  • Excellent writing and communication skills including communicating scientific concepts in easy-to-understand language
  • Experience of social media
  • Good computer knowledge (Internet applications, Word)
  • A keen sense of responsibility, initiative and ability to work in a small team
  • Willingness to travel abroad for project meetings, scientific conferences and other networking opportunities

Administrative Assistant (m/f) (Part time) - On a permanent basis


As the Administrative Assistant, you will:

  • Handle telephone calls, contacts with internal and external partners, messages and requests
  • Assure efficient processing and managing of document flows
  • Provide active assistance in day-to-day activities
  • Perform various organisational, administrative and secretarial duties efficiently
  • Keep mailing lists and databases up-to-date
  • Respond to general mail requests and deal with filing
  • Update the Alzheimer Europe website pages
  • Support the team with the organisation of events (preparation of documents and preparations) and the Annual Conference (queries and invoices)

You should have the following experience and qualities:

  • Completed secondary education and experience in a similar position (education or background in communication or secretariat will be considered as an advantage)
  • A perfect knowledge of English (knowledge of French and other European languages will be a plus)
  • Good writing and communication skills
  • Experience of social media
  • Good computer knowledge (Internet applications, Word)
  • A keen sense of responsibility, initiative and ability to work in a small team
  • Willingness to travel abroad for Board meetings on a quarterly basis


For either position, please apply by sending your CV, together with a cover letter (both documents in English), by 15 February 2018, to: Alzheimer Europe, 14, rue Dicks, L-1417 Luxembourg or via E-mail to info@alzheimer-europe.org.