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We know our success is dependent on the people who work for us, so we are keen to build a strong and talented team with a wide variety of skills and a commitment to our values. While we do not have any current vacancies, if you are interested in hearing about our future vacancies please do send your Curriculum Vitae to info@integratedcarefoundation.org

We are particularly keen to hear from people with health policy and programme management backgrounds.

Director of Integrated Care Programmes

The International Foundation of Integrated Care (IFIC) is looking to recruit a Director of Integrated Care Programmes to join its dynamic and dedicated team to help lead and grow IFIC’s range of activities as it transitions towards a truly global organization that seeks to advance the science, knowledge and adoption of integrated care in policy and practice around the world.

Working in collaboration with IFIC’s CEO and the senior management team (SMT), the Director of Integrated Care Programmes will be responsible for the development, oversight, coordination and organization of IFIC’s full portfolio of programmes. This will include leadership of IFIC’s education and training programme – the Integrated Care Academy© – IFIC’s research and development activities, and IFIC’s growing portfolio of implementation support work through its Integrated Care Solutions© initiative. The postholder will spearhead the formulation of IFIC’s policies in these areas, growing its portfolio of activities in a sustainable manner to ensure the continued delivery of high quality activities that benefit IFIC’s range of key beneficiaries.

In close cooperation with the CEO, the Director of Programmes will set the scope and priorities of this work in collaboration with the Directors and the IFIC Board. The postholder will be expected to show both leadership and entrepreneurship in growing IFIC’s range of educational activities under the umbrella of the Integrated Care Academy©, expand the products and courses available to IFIC partners and external clients, and secure IFIC’s role as the knowledge leader in integrated care research, education, design, implementation and evaluation. Consequently, this portfolio encompasses a wide range of activities including the coordination of summer schools, fellowship programmes, and similar; the management and oversight of EU and other research projects; the internal management of staff and back office functions; as well as the communication and relationship building with IFIC’s external partners. The postholder will thus be line managing all workstream leads and ensure that the various products and events are coordinated, and in line with IFIC’s aims and objectives. The postholder will be responsible that enough resources are available to deliver on the projects and activities, and set priorities, where necessary. A key activity of the role will thus be to actively engage with the IFIC network and establish closer working relationships with the various partners.

Please send a CV and letter of motivation to Georgina Ferrer, Operations Manager, by September 4, 2018.

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Senior Associate

This call is an invitation for expressions of interest to become a ‘Senior Associate’ invites for expressions of interest to become a ‘Senior Associate’ of the International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC). In this role, you will support and grow the work of the Foundation internationally and become actively involved in IFIC’s education and training programmes, research projects, implementation support services, and other activities.

IFIC seeks to work with a number of Senior Associates with the right experience and expertise in integrated care in order to drive forward agreed lines of work. As part of your application, we would therefore ask you to identify specific topics and activities from IFIC’s current portfolio, which you would like to support. We particularly welcome applications from those individuals with whom we have worked with in the past. We also welcome suggestions on how to develop our portfolio further, to better address the needs of our network, partners and clients.

IFIC’s expectations of its Associates are:

  • To work in partnership with IFIC to develop and promote its mission;
  • To become part of a growing faculty of IFIC Associates supporting the delivery its range of integrated care programmes;
  • To support and lead on the generation of new work;
  • To represent the core values of IFIC in daily working life; and
  • To be pro-active in supporting an Associates Network including attendance at conferences and engaging with IFIC alumniAs an IFIC associate, you will be tasked with developing and supporting lines of work with IFIC in partnership with the Chief Executive, the Directors, and the IFIC Board. There is no remuneration attached to being an IFIC Associate. However, it is intended that all IFIC Associates will be invited to become involved in generating new or existing paid work where there is justification and opportunity in so doing (e.g. in education and training activities). Any paid-for work would be subject to a separate agreement.The duration of the IFIC Associate contract will usually be for three years and assessed annually. IFIC Associates will benefit from working in partnership with IFIC on core issues related to integrated care, and will be able to use IFIC’s status to support and promote their work.

If you are interested in becoming an IFIC Associate, please send your CV and a motivation letter outlining your possible contributions to IFIC by Friday 14th September to Georgina Ferrer, Operations Manager.

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Reviewers for the International Journal of Integrated Care (IJIC)

Join the team of reviewers for the prestigious International Journal of Integrated Care (IJIC)
Reviewers will be invited to evaluate article submissions and provide feedback in their area of expertise within the Integrated Care field.
Peer review is an integral part of the scholarly publishing process and an important way to support the academic community.

To be considered as a reviewer, please send your publication list and a current CV to Susan Royer, IJIC managing editor.