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Events Manager

EASL is looking for its new Events Manager. EASL is a non-profit organisation (NPO) with its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. It performs its duty under a written constitution. The candidate will be the gatekeeper for the overall EASL congress and event strategy, as well as its sourcing, implementation and delivery. He/she will be accountable for pre-defined and measurable deliverables for all events that are organised under the EASL brand.

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Public Health & Advocacy Manager

EASL is looking for its new Public Health & Advocacy Manager. EASL is a non-profit organization (NPO) with its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. It performs its duty under a written constitution. The candidate should be an experienced, strategic thinking advocacy & policy professional with excellent planning skills to manage our public Health & Advocacy projects.

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Media & Communications Coordinator

EASL is looking for a candidate to join as a dynamic member of the Marketing and Communication team, responsible for communication dissemination of several major projects, driving content creation on EASL’s marketing channels, supervising press activities and supporting the development of corporate communications plans.

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External Opportunities

IDIBAPS

Postdoctoral Position

IDIBAPS (Institut d´Investigacions Biomèdiques August Pi i Sunyer) has an opening position for a highly-motivated, self-driven postdoctoral fellow.

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We are seeking a Postdoc for a liver disease project.
Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB), Agency for Science, Technology, and Research (A*STAR)
61 Biopolis Drive, Proteos #03-10B, Singapore 138673
Tel: (+65) 6586 9854  /  Fax: (+65) 6777 1117  /  Emailkaldis@imcb.a-star.edu.sg

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For enquiries on displaying a hepatology-related vacancy, please contact EASL Marketing & Communications.

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