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Scientific Project Manager

Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain is looking for a dynamic, highly accountable Scientific Project Manager who is driven by collaboration, exceeding expectations, and challenging the status quo.

Joining a young, dynamic, motivated and creative research team, the Scientific Project Manager will be responsible for the overall management of scientific projects, timelines, and deliverables for Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain.

Using sound scientific judgement and understanding of our goals and objectives, the Scientific Project Manager will provide oversight for all Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain projects and activities, including research, education and communication, among others. The Scientific Project Manager will also represent our organisation in the scientific community with professionalism and a deep understanding of the field and its challenges, actively engaging with relevant communities and stakeholders to develop relationships and opportunities for collaboration and capacity building while reporting to the Foundation’s Scientific Director.

The Scientific Project Manager will be joining the Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain, a patient-led scientific non-profit organisation dedicated to boosting and accelerating research for Dravet syndrome by integrating discoveries in biology with innovative technology. We collaborate and work with a global portfolio of ground-breaking researchers and key opinion leaders formed by individual investigators, multi-investigator teams and inter-institutional collaborators, and support Dravet syndrome patients and families.

Review begins January 24th, 2021.

Key Responsibilities:

 

Organisation and Planning:

  • Support development, implementation, and revision of detailed integration project plan, including deliverable lists, risk management, communication plans, etc., ensuring the scope of work, costs, schedules and risks are properly planned, resourced and managed.
  • Build team ownership and commitment to project plan, and identify, manage and communicate project risks.
  • Prioritise, delegate and manage tasks among team members as appropriate to drive execution of project deliverables and minimize risk.
  • Interact with internal and external stakeholders, by meeting regularly, responding to requests and explaining procedures.
  • Lead team to the successful completion of project goals.

Communication:

  • Manage the relationship and communication with both internal and external stakeholders, ensuring the project is delivered to their satisfaction.
  • Report on project progress and status to management, project stakeholders, as well as any other party, promoting an open communication environment to develop mutual trust and teamwork.

Scientifically Savvy:

  • Show a clear understanding of the core scientific principles as they apply to medical and scientific projects.
  • Keep abreast of new developments and challenges in the field and identify resources to address such issues.

Attention to Detail:

  • Develop a detailed project plan to monitor and track progress, including solid organisational skills, attention to detail and multitasking skills
  • Look closely at your work to identify and correct errors, and to spot and improve weaknesses, carrying out the task-in-hand thoroughly and with accuracy, working with consistent high-quality.

Collaboration and Building Relationships:

  • Work collaboratively with both internal and external stakeholders, including the wider scientific and executive management teams.
  • Build effective relationships with external partners and key opinion leaders and research experts to help develop high quality content.
  • Support of other areas whenever required, including social and family support.

Taking the Initiative:

  • Use your initiative to find and proactively propose solutions to challenging scenarios.
  • Effectively organise your own workload, and understand when certain tasks need to be prioritised.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of industry and patient organisation standards and compliance.
  • Keep up to date with the latest developments in Dravet syndrome research, sharing knowledge, important scientific updates and any research/medical/regulatory milestones within your team when appropriate.
  • Ask team members across all levels for feedback, and proactively implement learnings.
  • Undertake tasks outside of the specifics of the job description where business reasons require it.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in life sciences, pharmacy, medicine or related field. Masters or PhD are a plus.
  • Full proficiency in English and Spanish.
  • Strong knowledge of the MS Office applications, Internet and office technology equipment.
  • Previous professional experience in project management will be valuable.
  • Excellent written and verbal skills with the ability to assemble information from multiple sources and distill it into concise reports and recommendations.
  • Excellent influencing skills, including ability to facilitate effective and efficient decision making.
  • Able to manage your work independently, under tight deadlines while juggling multiple projects.
  • Naturally passionate and curious about health and research.

Job Type and location

Full-time 6-month contract with possibility of extension, hybrid work model (2 days on-site in our offices in Madrid, 3 days work from home).

Contact

Send your CV and cover letter, in English, to research@dravetfoundation.eu.

This position has been closed and is no longer accepting applications.

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TERMS & CONDITIONS

The European Dravet Syndrome Advanced Therapies (EDSAT) Meeting 2022 is organised by Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain, whose registered office is located at Calle Doctor Fleming, 30, 28036 Madrid, Spain.

The conference shall take place at the Illustrious Official College of Physicians of Madrid, at Calle de Santa Isabel, 51, 28012 Madrid, Spain, on Friday 1st of April 2022. Attendance to this conference is free of charge, but mandatory for organisational reasons. Participants must register online at www.dravetconference.com. Upon registration, each participant will receive an electronic confirmation by email. On-site registration will not be be possible. If a participant has not received the official email registration confirmation within 3 days, they must contact the conference secretariat at research@dravetfoundation.eu.

The conference registration includes: Attendance to all sessions, oral and visual presentations, all coffee and lunch breaks, and conference documentation with all information about the event. The registration does not comprise travelling and accommodation costs or any other personal expenses.

Admittance to the workshop without registration cannot be granted.

Conference Attendance
Upon arrival at the Illustrious Official College of Physicians of Madrid the day of the event, all participants have to register at the onsite Conference Registration Desk. The desk will open on 1st of April at 8:30 a.m. Upon registration onsite, the conference team will provide participants with information about the event and a badge, which should be worn visibly at all times. The personalised badge authorises participants to attend all conference sessions, and lunch and coffee breaks.

Cancellation Policy
Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain reserves the right to cancel any registration forthwith and without liability on its part in the event of any damage to, or destruction of the venue by fire, shortage of labour, strikes, industrial unrest, public health measures, or any other cause beyond the control of the Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain, which shall prevent it from performing its obligations. In these circumstances, every effort will be made to find an alternative format/venue or propose a new date for the conference. Should the conference be cancelled for any reason, airfares, hotels, or other costs incurred by the participants are not reimbursed by the Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain.

Any participant is allowed to cancel his/her registration but must notify this to the conference organisers by e-mail at research@dravetfoundation.eu within a minimum of 10 days
prior the event. Failure to attend the event without prior written notification
by email may incur a no-show fee, which shall cover individual organizational,
material and catering costs.

Name Change
All registrations are only valid for the respective person mentioned in the form. A registered participant unable to attend the conference may nominate (free of charge) a substitute participant by notifying the conference organisers by email at research@dravetfoundation.eu before 24th of March 2022. The procedure allows giving the last name, first name, and email address of the new participant.

Personal Data
Upon registration, the participant authorises Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain to use their personal data stated above to inform the participant of any further conferences, events, or information concerning the conference and Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain’s activities. The conference booklet online will only contain authors, titles, and affiliations of submitted abstracts, but no full abstract texts. The conference printed booklet will contain full abstract texts from all participants. Conference certificates will be sent to the participants as a PDF document upon request at research@dravetfoundation.eu. Only the name & affiliation will be stated in the certificate, not the email addresses of the participants.

Information is collected by an automated computer system that manages registrations. Security and confidentiality are guaranteed by state-of-the-art technical tools. However, Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain declines any responsibility concerning data security transmitted through the internet.

Photography
The conference is held in public; therefore, we do not ban participants, exhibitors, partners and other companies from taking photographs of conference activities and participants, and share it via social media. By participating in the conference, you approve that general pictures will be taken and used for our Social Media output, our websites and other communication purposes. You hereby waive any right to oppose, and expressly authorise the organiser to make them available on the Internet or as it may seem fit. Author’s presentation slides shall not be photographed by any conference participant.

Disclaimer
The conference organiser cannot be held responsible for any loss, injury or damage to any property, whatever the cause may be. Should, for any reason outside the organiser’s control (e.g., political or economic circumstances or a case of ‘force majeure’), the venue or speakers change, or the event be cancelled, the organiser will endeavour to reschedule, but shall not be held responsible for any costs, damages or expenses incurred by the participants. If for any reason the organiser decides to make material changes to this conference, the organiser is not responsible for airfares, hotels or other costs incurred by the participants. The participant takes part in the conference, all tours, and trips at his own risk.

Copyright
The participant is allowed to use the conference documentation exclusively for his/her personal needs.

TERMS & CONDITIONS

The Dravet Syndrome Conference 2022 is organised by Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain, whose registered office is located at Calle Doctor Fleming, 30, 28036 Madrid, Spain.

The conference shall take place at the Illustrious Official College of Physicians of Madrid, at Calle de Santa Isabel, 51, 28012 Madrid, Spain, on Thursday 31st of March 2022. Attendance to this conference is free of charge, but mandatory for organisational reasons. Participants must register online at www.dravetconference.com. Upon registration, each participant will receive an electronic confirmation by email. On-site registration will not be be possible. If a participant has not received the official email registration confirmation within 3 days, they must contact the conference secretariat at research@dravetfoundation.eu.

The conference registration includes: Attendance to all sessions, oral and visual presentations, all coffee and lunch breaks, and conference documentation with all information about the event. The registration does not include travel and accommodation costs or any other personal expenses.

Admittance to the conference without registration cannot be granted.

Conference Attendance
Upon arrival at the Illustrious Official College of Physicians of Madrid the day of the event, all participants have to register at the onsite Conference Registration Desk. The desk will open on 31st of March at 8:30 a.m. Upon registration onsite, the conference team will provide participants with information about the event and a badge, which should be worn visibly at all times. The personalised badge authorises participants to attend all conference sessions, and lunch and coffee breaks. 

Cancellation Policy
Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain reserves the right to cancel any registration forthwith and without liability on its part in the event of any damage to, or destruction of the venue by fire, shortage of labour, strikes, industrial unrest, public health measures, or any other cause beyond the control of the Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain, which shall prevent it from performing its obligations. In these circumstances, every effort will be made to find an alternative format/venue or propose a new date for the conference. Should the conference be cancelled for any reason, airfares, hotels, or other costs incurred by the participants are not reimbursed by the Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain.

Any participant is allowed to cancel his/her registration but must notify this to the conference organisers by e-mail at research@dravetfoundation.eu within a minimum of 10 days prior the event. Failure to attend the event without prior written notification by email may incur a no-show fee, which shall cover individual organizational, material and catering costs.

Name Change
All registrations are only valid for the respective person mentioned in the form. A registered participant unable to attend the conference may nominate (free of charge) a substitute participant by notifying the conference organisers by email at research@dravetfoundation.eu before 24th of March 2022. The procedure allows giving the last name, first name, and email address of the new participant.

Personal Data
Upon registration, the participant authorises Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain to use their personal data stated above to inform the participant of any further conferences, events, or information concerning the conference and Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain’s activities. The conference booklet online will only contain authors, titles, and affiliations of submitted abstracts, but no full abstract texts. The conference printed booklet will contain full abstract texts from all participants. Conference certificates will be sent to the participants as a PDF document upon request at research@dravetfoundation.eu. Only the name & affiliation will be stated in the certificate, not the email addresses of the participants.

Information is collected by an automated computer system that manages registrations. Security and confidentiality are guaranteed by state-of-the-art technical tools. However, Dravet Syndrome Foundation Spain declines any responsibility concerning data security transmitted through the internet.

Photography
The conference is held in public; therefore, we do not ban participants, exhibitors, partners and other companies from taking photographs of conference activities and participants, and share it via social media. By participating in the conference, you approve that general pictures will be taken and used for our Social Media output, our websites and other communication purposes. You hereby waive any right to oppose, and expressly authorise the organiser to make them available on the Internet or as it may seem fit. Author’s presentation slides shall not be photographed by any conference participant. 

Disclaimer
The conference organiser cannot be held responsible for any loss, injury or damage to any property, whatever the cause may be. Should, for any reason outside the organiser’s control (e.g., political or economic circumstances or a case of ‘force majeure’), the venue or speakers change, or the event be cancelled, the organiser will endeavour to reschedule, but shall not be held responsible for any costs, damages or expenses incurred by the participants. If for any reason the organiser decides to make material changes to this conference, the organiser is not responsible for airfares, hotels or other costs incurred by the participants. The participant takes part in the conference, all tours, and trips at his own risk.

Copyright
The participant is allowed to use the conference documentation exclusively for his/her personal needs.