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Project Coordinator (SISAQOL- IMI)

- Woluwe-Saint-Lambert

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The SISAQOL-IMI (“Setting International Standards for the Analysis of Quality of Life”)  project coordinator will manage the daily activities and provide scientific and research support for SISAQOL-IMI, an international multi-stakeholder project funded by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), with the goal to improve standards in the design, analysis and interpretation of patient reported outcome (PRO) and health-related quality of life (HRQoL) data in cancer clinical trials.

  • Takes overall responsibility for project management according to SISAQOL-IMI policies and processes, including scheduling and prioritizing activities at project level.
  • Coordinates the management team and manages SISAQOL-IMI Consortium members and external stakeholders (incl. communication, contracts, budgets)
  • Manages communication with Consortium members and project management team, including reporting and escalation of issues/conflicts beyond project level
  • Provides high level scientific and research support for the various SISAQOL-IMI activities
  • Perform scientific, logistic, operational and administrative tasks related to the SISAQOL-IMI activities
  • Writing and presenting project scientific reports
  • Manages and coordinates the SISAQOL-IMI scientific evidence based consensus meetings
  • At least a master’s degree (but ideally a PhD) in Psychology, Social Sciences, Outcomes Research, Clinical research, or equivalent degree with excellent organizational and communication skills
  • Excellent knowledge of English (both oral and written) and high level diplomatic skills
  • Knowledge of and/or experience with patient-reported outcomes and quality of life is an asset
  • Proficient with MS Office tools
  • A proactive profile, result oriented and problem solver, who gets things done both through both formal channels and informal networks
  • Open minded profile, with strong desire to learn
  • Organized and results-oriented person with the ability to integrate in a multilingual and multicultural environment,
  • Previous experience in pro-actively managing large international studies is an asset
  • Team player with strong leadership skills, using open communication and influencing skills to work effectively within teams and across functions
  • Motivated and has a strong sense of responsibility
  • Ability to write scientific reports, and to present scientific findings are international meetings and conferences

For more information, call Laura Schollen 04 94 04 21 32


Laura Schollen