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Program Coordinator (f/m) for the Int. PhD Program
MAX DELBRÜCK CENTRUM FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE
The Berlin-based MAX DELBRÜCK CENTER FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE (MDC) is a member of the Helmholtz Association of National Research Centers,
supported by the Federal Government of Germany and the Land Berlin. MDC is one of the world-leading research institutes for molecular
biology and genetics, with a focus on translational approaches to develop treatments for neurological diseases, cancer, cardiovascular
diseases, and metabolic diseases. For our Int. PhD-Programm, starting January 1st, 2019 or as soon as possible,
we are seeking for one
Applications are invited for an exciting and challenging position as Program Coordinator for the Int. PhD Program at MDC. As PhD Program Coordinator,
you will join in a small, dedicated team involved in all matters relevant to promotion, training and recruitment of early-career scientists at the MDC.
With 400 PhD researchers from more than 40 countries the program is embedded in an international, highly dynamic and team-oriented environment.
The PhD Program Coordinator will be involved in a wide range of managerial tasks focusing on the successful management and implementation of recruitment and
marketing for the Int. PhD Program, as well as organization of general training opportunities and integration of diverse activities on the new Campus site in Berlin Mitte.
Your tasks will include:
Organization of the bi-annual recruitment including the organization of assessment weeks
Development and implementation of measures to increase the visibility of the Graduate School
Conception and promotion of scientific events
Acting as advisor to faculty and students
Design, maintenance, and administration of the program and application webpage
Development and coordination of national and international collaboration activities including the contact with undergraduate programs
Conception and implementation of marketing measures
Representation of the Graduate School with local and international partners, at conferences and career fairs
Application for funding at national and international programs
We are looking for a highly motivated and proactive person with background (PhD) in life sciences, higher education and/or international relations and interest in science
management in a highly international context. You are an excellent team player with ability to work independently, you are flexible during peak times and show problem-solving
attitude while paying attention to detail. You should enjoy and be able to effectively communicate with a wide range of professionals (students, researchers, group leaders,
administrators, support staff). While working as part of a team, you also enjoy taking over responsibility for your focus area and be able to represent the program to external
and internal partners.
An excellent command of the English language is a prerequisite, as well as a good knowledge of German. Strong IT skills (CMS and databases) and former experience of grant writing are of advantage.
Preference will be given to candidates with experience in graduate education, science -, or project management, especially if carried out in an international setting or demonstrating international mobility.
The initial contract will be for a two years period with the option of extension. Salary is according to the German TVöD E 13.
The MDC is an equal opportunity employer and committed to create an inclusive and diverse work environment.
For further information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please, send your application including all documents indicating the registration number 11005/2018 until November 12, 2018
preferably by e-mail as pdf files (2 files of 5 MB at the maximum) as we do not return any papers to:
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