Duration: 6 months
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Please send CV with motivation letter to email@example.com
You will support DITTA activities and prepare input related to International Technical and Regulatory Affairs.
Main tasks and responsibilities
- Support DITTA activities for all the relevant Committees
- Actively monitor and centralise new information from WHO, IMDRF, World Bank, and share with members on regular basis and coordinate DITTA contributions to the relevant ones when decided by the groups
- Research from public sources trends and specific data on Medical Imaging and link it to DITTA sector in order to enrich DITTA documentation and key messages
- Work closely with DITTA Vice-Chair to assist her in preparation of all relevant strategic documents including reports, position papers, internal newsletters, press releases, etc.
- Bachelor Degree or Master Degree (preferred) in political science, European affairs, law or related field;
- Experience in medical technology and the regulatory and technical environment of medical devices is a plus
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
– English (native speaker would be a plus). French, German, Dutch are optional.
- Pack office ( Word, Excel, Power point )
- Experience in working with custom- made databases Page 2 of 2 Soft skills
- Strong analytical skills
- Communicating with others
- Dynamic, creative and pro-active
- Out-of-the-box thinking
- Location: COCIR’s Brussels Office
- Remuneration: To be negotiated
- Start: As soon as possible
- BACKGROUND INFORMATION
DITTA is the united global industry voice for diagnostic imaging, radiation therapy, healthcare IT, electromedical and radiopharmaceuticals, representing more than 600 medical technology manufacturers, committed to improving health care and patient outcomes. DITTA was created in 2001 by four organisations: COCIR (Europe), JIRA (Japan), MEDEC (Canada) and MITA (United States). In 2012, DITTA was incorporated as a non-profit trade association in order to allow growth and enable partnership in global regulatory fora. Since its inception, membership has grown significantly, and today counts ten associations amongst its members. In 2015, DITTA granted the NGO status in official relationship with World Health Organization. Visit DITTA website at www.globalditta.org