Digital Health Policy Officer (m/f/d)

  • Brussels, Belgium

    Arbeitsort

  • > 2 Jahre Berufserfahrung, Vollzeit

    Job Level

  • Arbeitsbeginn : 03.01.2022

    Arbeitsbeginn

  • Bewerbungsfrist : 15.11.2022

    Bewerbungsschluss

Job description

Our DIGITALEUROPE vision for Digital for Health in Europe looks at the intersection of the health and tech communities. Our fast-growing membership includes a diverse community of pharmaceuticals, medical devices, consumer, healthcare services and insurance companies. They engage on the most important health care issues with leaders in platform services, data analytics, software, hardware, telecoms, semiconductors and cloud technology. We have also developed a unique high-profile body, ‘DIGITALEUROPE’s Executive Council for Health’, which drives our insights into the digital transformation of healthcare. We are looking for a motivated, pro-active candidate who is full of ideas that can help drive the organisation forward. You will join a dynamic, diverse, fun, and respectful international work environment with opportunities to further grow and develop.

Key tasks and responsibilities

  • Manage the operation of DIGITALEUROPE’s Executive Council for Health driving thought leadership and high-level engagement;
  • In cooperation with the senior staff, support the work of the Digital Health Working Group and coordinate if needed other relevant working groups such as AI, Data and Privacy WGs;
  • Ensure the functioning of bi-monthly working group meetings and, with senior staff, drive consensus in the group and support in the development of position papers and other materials, including research and analysis;
  • Be on top of EU policy developments of relevance, in particular the EHDS or other digital files affecting healthcare, i.e. AI and Data Acts;
  • Prepare and implement outreach and communication activities, build and maintain relationships with external stakeholders;
  • Cooperate closely with our recruitment team to continue to grow our membership base.

Required competencies and skills

  • Ability to collaborate and provide support to our policy team;
  • Can demonstrate an expertise on digital and health issues;
  • Expertise around GDPR and function of the European Data Protection Board would be seen as a big advantage;
  • Master level University education with 2+ years of relevant work experience;
  • Can track legislative movements in the EC, EP, and Council;
  • Proven track record of driving thought-leadership and public speaking;
  • Strong integrity and the ability to be a good facilitator handling different views;
  • Self-driven and organised.

How to apply

Interested candidates should send a CV and a short motivation letter via this page by the 15 November 2022.

Based on the volume of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews, expected to occur in the second half of November. The expected starting date is foreseen as 3 January 2022 or earlier if possible.

Veröffentlicht am: 31.10.2022