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Program Manager Renal Health

Program Manager Renal Health

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Key takeaways

  • Hours 32 - 38 hr.
  • Salary indication € 3,821 - € 5,230
  • Deadline 1 Sep 2022

Your profile

  • You have a background in biomedical engineering, technical medicine, health sciences or similar with at least a MSc;
  • You ideally have experience in performing research, demonstrate throughout studies or work experience;
  • You ideally have experience in networking and partnering activities, as well as, writing grant applications, both in English and Dutch;
  • You are creative, high self-motivated and have excellent communication and teamworking skills;
  • You have excellent analytical and problem-solving abilities;
  • You have the desire to develop/sharpen skills in coordination.

Our offer

  • An interesting position in a challenging working environment
  • A position for one year on the basis of 32 – 38 hours per week
  • Scale 11 (minimum of €3.821 and maximum €5.230 on the basis of a fulltime employment)
  • Remuneration of 8,3% end-of-year bonus and 8% holiday allowance
  • Minimum of 29 holidays in case of a fulltime employment

Information and application

Are you interested in this position? Please send your application via the ‘Apply now’ button before the first of September. Your application should include:

For detailed information, you can contact Dr. Anneliene Jonker (a.h.jonker@utwente.nl) or Prof Dmitrios Stamatialis (d.stamatialis@utwente.nl).

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About the department

UT – Strategic impulse program on Key Enabling Technologies for Personalized Medicine
The University of Twente recently started a strategic impulse program (SIP) on Key Enabling Technologies for Personalized Medicine. This program has three primary long-term goals: profiling, networking and partnering in the fields of medical technology and personalized medicine for improving personalize care. One of the key pillars there is that of “Personalized Renal Health”.

Personalized Renal Health
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) has been recognized as a leading public health problem, with approximately 1 in 10 Europeans suffering from different kidney diseases. These mortality figures are increasing, but nevertheless kidney disease treatments have not substantially changed over the last decades. Currently, the best treatment is kidney replacement therapy), but with a structural shortage of transplant kidneys, and not all patients being fit for transplantation, CKD patients still need alternative therapies such as hemo- and peritoneal dialysis). As such novel therapies for CKD patients are strongly needed. Within the pillar of Personalized Renal health of the SIP, we aim to connect researchers, but also doctors, patients, companies and other stakeholders, and together set up a network to exchange ideas, build consortia, and strong partnerships to help tackle this worldwide problem.

About the organization

The Faculty of Science & Technology (Technische Natuurwetenschappen, TNW) engages some 700 staff members and 2000 students in education and research on the cutting edge of chemical technology, applied physics and biomedical technology. Our fields of application include sustainable energy, process technology and materials science, nanotechnology and technical medicine. As part of a people-first tech university that aims to shape society, individuals and connections, our faculty works together intensively with industrial partners and researchers in the Netherlands and abroad, and conducts extensive research for external commissioning parties and funders. Our research has a high profile both in the Netherlands and internationally and is strengthened by the many young researchers working on innovative projects with as doctoral candidates and post-docs. It has been accommodated in three multidisciplinary UT research institutes: Mesa+ Institute, TechMed Centre and Digital Society Institute.

About the TNW Faculty

Curious about what the Faculty of Science and Technology (TNW) stands for? Check out the Science and Technology website for more information.

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In the second interview, we will further discuss the job content, your skills and your talents.

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The offer.
If the conversations are positive, you will be made a suitable offer.

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Jonker, A.H. (Anneliene)

Jonker, A.H. (Anneliene)
Programme Manager Personalized Medicine and Funding Officer

Jonker, A.H. (Anneliene)
Programme Manager Personalized Medicine and Funding Officer

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