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 email@example.com
We are particularly keen to hear from people with health policy and programme management backgrounds.
The IFIC fellowship programme offers prospective participants a 10 months enhanced access to the expertise, network and events of IFIC, including one2one mentoring, participation in our study tours, conferences, and summer school. The basis for the fellowship is a project relevant to the fellow and their employer, which will be elaborated during the year. Read more about our current IFIC Fellows, Dr Harry Pope and Dr Martin Thomas and their fellowship projects here
The fellowship runs for one academic year (October – July) and there is a maximum of four places available per year. If you want to know more or want to apply for next year, please contact Dr Viktoria Stein, firstname.lastname@example.org with a CV and a brief outline for the fellowship project.
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The International Foundation is seeking an enthusiastic and flexible early career researcher or professional, who would like to experience the IFIC spirit and work alongside the leading international experts in the field of integrated care theory and practice. The position will offer exciting opportunities to expand your knowledge and network, grow your research skills and enhance your project management capabilities. Interested persons should send their CV, motivation letter and proof of writing skills before July 31 (end of day) to Mirella Lingwood, email@example.com
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The International Foundation is seeking an enthusiastic, passionate and talented Communications Officer. The Communications Officer will be responsible for planning, researching, creating and curating high-quality and timely content for IFIC’s social media and traditional communication channels with a view to promote and support activities of the Integrated Care Academy and other areas of IFIC work as required.
Working with the Directors of Education & Training and of R&D, and reporting to the Director of Communication, the post holder will: i) develop and implement content strategies and plans for IFIC’s communication channels to promote the activities of the ICA©, including special interest groups and ongoing education-related projects; ii) provide content for the communication channels on a day-to-day basis; iii) edit documents and reports prepared by IFIC researchers for a wider audience. The post holder will work closely with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders to identify and determine priorities.
Interested persons should send their CV and cover letter before August 31 (end of day) to Mirella Lingwood, firstname.lastname@example.org
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