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Programme Officer / Economist (f/m/d)
Published(85 days ago)
Deadline for applications(56 days ago)
Deutsches Zentrum für Infektionsforschung e.V.Berlin
Job posting – Global AMR R&D Hub
At the initiative of the G20 leaders a Global AMR R&D Hub has been created. A small Secretariat located in Berlin implements the work of this Hub. More information about the Global AMR R&D Hub can be found at www.globalamrhub.org. The full version of the job posting can be found at http://www.dzif.de/jobs/.
To support the work of the Secretariat of the Global AMR R&D Hub, we are currently searching for one
Programme Officer/Economist (f/m/d)
Starting date: May 1st 2019
The new colleague is expected to provide economic insight notably for the analyses that the Hub is expected to deliver. The Programme Officer/Economist is also expected to follow the relevant discussions worldwide and to provide input.
The Programme Officer/Economist reports to the Lead of the Hub Secretariat.
Tasks and Responsibilities
Contribution to the work of the Global AMR R&D Hub in particular through market analysis and economic modelling;
Representing the Global AMR R&D Hub in interactions with stakeholders;
Help understand the economic impact of different types of incentives for bringing interventions targeting AMR to the market and to patients and other users;
Help understand the social and environmental impacts of policy and regulation, behaviour change and other scenarios.
Qualification and Experience
An advanced degree in economics is desired;
Ability to turn data into insights and research products, including explaining research methods and conclusions to non-expert and non-technical audiences;
Ability to liaise with and consult effectively with diverse stakeholders and to represent the Hub in an international setting in interactions with high-level representatives from academia and policy;
Excellent presentation skills;
Ability to work independently and with a high degree of responsibility;
Highly developed written and verbal communication skills;
IT literate including Microsoft Office products;
Perfect command of spoken and written English required, additional good command of German an asset.
Well developed inter-personal skills. Can challenge and influence senior stakeholders whilst building and maintaining relationships;
Able to work in a flexible and agile way.
The position is for a fixed duration of two years. The position is located in Berlin, Germany. The annual gross salary level matches the German public tariff scheme up to TVöD/Bund E14, depending on the qualification of the retained candidate.
Application documents should comprise a letter of motivation including a description of relevant experience, CV and relevant references and certificates.
Please send your complete documents preferably as a single PDF document (maximum 10 MB) by email to firstname.lastname@example.org using the reference number 1/2019. Closing date is 24 April 2019.
DZIF is an equal opportunity employer. Women are particularly encouraged to apply. Applications from disabled persons with essentially the same qualifications will be given preference.