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ERN-EYE started its activities the 1st March 2017. Since then, our activities grew up and new needs appeared.
Please find here the open positions in ERN-EYE and join us to serve better care for Rare Diseases in Europe!
The Project Officer will provide essential support to ERN-EYE project, working with the Project Manager and other team members to achieve project success. Exact responsibilities will vary by project stage, but key component of a Project Officers’ roles include administrative, technological and scientific/medical skills. Project Officer will work in direct collaboration with the Project Manager.
This year, ERN-EYE is launching the virtual clinical activities to share and deal with challenging clinical cases and to bring our collective expertise to all patients across Members of ERN-EYE. Based on a IT tool provided by the European Commission, called Clinical Patient Management System (CPMS), the virtual clinic starts these days. To help all the users with this new tool, ERN-EYE set up a helpdesk constituted by an IT technician and a medical fellow. After the first fellowship started the 1st October 2018, this activity will continue next year with a new fellow from the 1st October 2019.
This fellowship position is co-funded by the European Commission Innovation & Networks Executive Agency (INEA) – Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) - and by the Hôpitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg (HUS). 75% of the time will be dedicated to ERN-EYE missions and 25 % to the clinical daily mission of the centre of reference dedicated to Rare Eye Diseases CARGO in Strasbourg.