PGEU Professional Affairs Advisor – Job Ad
The Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union (PGEU) is the European association representing community pharmacists. Today PGEU has 32 national delegations made up of 40 member associations. Through its members, PGEU represents more than 400,000 community pharmacists and 170,000 pharmacies across Europe.
PGEU’s primary role is to promote the role of community pharmacists in the evolving policy and regulatory framework at EU level, and to serve as a forum for the exchange of information and best practice among its members. For more information visit PGEU website: www.pgeu.eu
The Professional Affairs Advisor reports to the Secretary General and provides PGEU members with information and advice on professional related issues.
- Drafting PGEU policy statements and position papers;
- Liaising with the PGEU members, stakeholders and the EU institutions and agencies;
- Monitoring of EU and national initiatives relevant to pharmacy practice including pharmaceutical policy and regulation, patient safety, public health, digital health, education and continuing professional development;
- Representing PGEU in working groups, EU projects, conferences and other EU fora;
- Preparing annual reports, work programmes, activities reports, internal memos for PGEU members;
- Collecting, analysing and validating national pharmacy practice data from PGEU member associations.
- Qualified European pharmacist (EU/EEA/EFTA master’s degree level qualification)
- Understanding of the community pharmacy environment
- Ability to work autonomously as well as in team
- Demonstrating initiative, capable of working under time pressure
- Ability to represent PGEU externally
- Excellent communication skills
- Excellent written and spoken English
- A full-time contract under Belgian law
- A competitive salary, including extra-legal benefits
- A varied and challenging position in an international and dynamic environment.
Please send your application via e-mail to email@example.com by the 19th of January 2022. The first round of interviews will take place via video. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
The application should include the following documents:
- A motivation letter. The motivation letter should include a paragraph indicating how you can support PGEU and its members in addressing the main challenges and opportunities that community pharmacists in Europe are currently facing.
- A curriculum-vitae